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infamousindigochild:

harleyhendrix:

I watched this for like 20 minutes

It feels like I’m watching the birth of a demon

をぉ!

odakin:

infamousindigochild:

harleyhendrix:

I watched this for like 20 minutes

It feels like I’m watching the birth of a demon

をぉ!

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risingtensions:

jessysmith:

looked in the source on steph davidson's portal

i also have a secret message in the søᵾɍȼɇ føɍ ɍɨsɨnǥ ŧɇnsɨøns

risingtensions:

jessysmith:

looked in the source on steph davidson's portal

i also have a secret message in the søᵾɍȼɇ føɍ ɍɨsɨnǥ ŧɇnsɨøns

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2 days ago

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beesandbombs:

spinning springs

beesandbombs:

spinning springs

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4 days ago

alexandrediboine:

sophiafosterdimino:

Tactical, the zine of RPG classes that I made for Indiecade last week, is now for sale online as a full-color digital pdf! It is only $2!

16 unique and unusual classes with dubious skills and handy abilities!

Thanks to everyone who read & enjoyed the zine at Indiecade. Lots of people told me (after reading it) what their favorite class was, and I kinda love hearing stuff like that, so feel free to comment with your fave! It’ll warm my heart.

Check out the zine here!

… & let me know what you think ♥

this is amazing !

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rinsfw:

the saga continues

rinsfw:

the saga continues

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CHARMANDER

CHARMANDER

2 weeks ago
likeafieldmouse:

Why are human faces so unique?
What’s in a face? The amazing variety of human faces — far greater than that of most other animals — is the result of evolutionary pressure to make each of us unique and easily recognizable, according to a new study out of UC Berkeley.
Behavioral ecologist Michael J. Sheehan explains that our highly visual social interactions are almost certainly the driver of this evolutionary trend. Many animals use smell or vocalization to identify individuals, making distinctive facial features unimportant, especially for animals that roam after dark, he said. But humans are different.
“Genetic variation tends to be weeded out by natural selection in the case of traits that are essential to survival,” Nachman said. “Here it is the opposite; selection is maintaining variation. All of this is consistent with the idea that there has been selection for variation to facilitate recognition of individuals.”
Human faces are so variable because we evolved to look unique →

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Why are human faces so unique?


What’s in a face? The amazing variety of human faces — far greater than that of most other animals — is the result of evolutionary pressure to make each of us unique and easily recognizable, according to a new study out of UC Berkeley.

Behavioral ecologist Michael J. Sheehan explains that our highly visual social interactions are almost certainly the driver of this evolutionary trend. Many animals use smell or vocalization to identify individuals, making distinctive facial features unimportant, especially for animals that roam after dark, he said. But humans are different.

“Genetic variation tends to be weeded out by natural selection in the case of traits that are essential to survival,” Nachman said. “Here it is the opposite; selection is maintaining variation. All of this is consistent with the idea that there has been selection for variation to facilitate recognition of individuals.”

Human faces are so variable because we evolved to look unique

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2 weeks ago
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2 weeks ago

capanodesign:

Quinta da Regaleira is an estate located near the historic center of Sintra, Portugal.

The land that is now Quinta da Regaleira had many owners over the years. It belonged to the Barons of Regaleira, a family of wealthy merchants from Porto, when it was sold in 1892 to Carvalho Monteiro for 25,000 réis. Monteiro was eager to build a bewildering place where he could collect symbols that reflected his interests and ideologies. With the assistance of the Italian architect Luigi Manini, he recreated the 4-hectare estate. In addition to other new features, he added enigmatic buildings that allegedly held symbols related to alchemy, Masonry, the Knights Templar, and the Rosicrucians. The architecture Manini designed evoked Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, and Manueline astyles. The construction of the current estate commenced in 1904 and much of it was completed by 1910

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