October 15th

7:18PM //

My new form of revenge is not reading the comments that ppl reply to my post

October 9th

12:50AM // 36,110 notes

barack-obottm:

when the url you wanted is already taken

(Source: goth-memes, via valley-of-subarbiea)

October 5th

11:51PM // 178,230 notes //

me: are there any spirits listening
ouija: yes are you alone
me: yes
ouija: haha nice whats up :P
me: trying to contact my dead grandmother
ouija: cool cool so what would u be doing if i was alive right now lol

September 2nd

9:58AM // 1,263 notes

the4ch:

4コマ nano A (なのエース) 2013年 04月号

The type is always mind expanding

(via bewareofmpreg)

9:58AM // 175 notes // Camera Robot Made For Disney Now Inspects Bridges

txchnologist:

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by Michael Keller

Bridges are made to transport vehicles, not to make it easy for inspectors to do their job. That’s why inspecting the undersides and support pillars of tall ones is no easy task, either requiring people looking for problems to perform feats of contortion or the structure to go without review.

But infrastructure left without scrutiny is infrastructure bound to fail. In the case of the reinforced concrete that makes bridges, the test is a fairly straightforward one.

Inspectors use a device that checks for unseen corrosion within the concrete. The tool is an electrode attached to a wheel that detects big differences in electric potential within the material. This is a sign that corrosion—either from deicing salt that eats away the steel inside or atmospheric carbon dioxide that seeps in and changes the concrete’s chemistry—has set in and needs to be monitored. 

The question is just how to get to those hard-to-reach spots. Now engineers and roboticists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH) have developed a solution. 

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September 1st

10:26PM

a letter to all the transphobes out thar

3:28AM //

It’s not what I want and you never will be

August 26th

11:56PM // 1 note // Mayyyyyyyybe

I should

Kms

August 24th

5:40PM // This is what I want out of disco

August 18th

6:22PM //

if you like bears so much why dont you buy a farm