violence-lover:

Here is a series of mash arts, mixing Iron man with everybody, by Kode Logic.

(via fortysixandtwo)

thedreamerie:

If anyone does this, they may need to seek help for alcohol poison!
But I’m willing to try ;)

I’m going to have to do this.

thedreamerie:

If anyone does this, they may need to seek help for alcohol poison!

But I’m willing to try ;)

I’m going to have to do this.

I brought you some supper but if you’d prefer a lecture, I’ve a few very catchy ones prepped…sin and hellfire… one has lepers. — Shepherd Book (Firefly)
I don’t know. I rather value my melancholy. Used to be a personality trade one was allowed to have, like Abraham Lincoln or Lord Byron. Now, one is required to grin and say things like… “Great”! — Alan Shore,’Boston Legal’ (via mrsdelle)
thetruthisvital:

Hubble has spotted an ancient galaxy that shouldn’t exist

This galaxy is so large, so fully-formed, astronomers say it shouldn’t exist at all. It’s called a “grand-design” spiral galaxy, and unlike most galaxies of its kind, this one is old. Like, really, really old. According to a new study conducted by researchers using NASA’s Hubble Telescope, it dates back roughly 10.7-billion years — and that makes it the most ancient spiral galaxy we’ve ever discovered.
"The vast majority of old galaxies look like train wrecks," said UCLA astrophysicist Alice Shapley in a press release. "Our first thought was, why is this one so different, and so beautiful?"

Read more: here

thetruthisvital:

Hubble has spotted an ancient galaxy that shouldn’t exist


This galaxy is so large, so fully-formed, astronomers say it shouldn’t exist at all. It’s called a “grand-design” spiral galaxy, and unlike most galaxies of its kind, this one is old. Like, really, really old. According to a new study conducted by researchers using NASA’s Hubble Telescope, it dates back roughly 10.7-billion years — and that makes it the most ancient spiral galaxy we’ve ever discovered.

"The vast majority of old galaxies look like train wrecks," said UCLA astrophysicist Alice Shapley in a press release. "Our first thought was, why is this one so different, and so beautiful?"

Read more: here

(via grand-fantasy)