boss fights: easier than fighting off zombies

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how are you using a holographic computer

we’re working on game boy games. this isn’t the future



It’s HERE!!     LAUNCH DAY!!!!    I’m so excited to share my research goals with you!!

Now more than ever, with programs such as citizen scientists and Project Noah, is the general public becoming more crucial to the scientific process. 

If you could share this post ,and spare a donation to my scientific research, even if it is just $1-$5, you can make a huge difference in conservation and the future of science.

Give a dollar to spiders!!!    Thank you, Tumblr, for continued support and a place for me to share my passions with others.


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Hey, everyone!

If you can spare a dollar or more, please help out my pal Andrea with her research project. There’s still so much to learn about spiders!

okay but that is actually really handy.


For iantine!

i think i just found the meowrails.

[10:20:28 PM [Stormy]: ((i just made a cake with one vanilla layer, one cookies and cream layer, one brownie layer, one white chocolate layer, and one fondant layer))
[10:20:32 PM] [Stormy]: ((i think i have sinned))


you are now aware that you need a dualscar being kitten-kneaded in your life.


you are now aware that you need a dualscar being kitten-kneaded in your life.



People have written a lot of touchy-feely pieces on this subject but I thought I’d get right to the heart of the matter


Black-and-Yellow Garden Spider (Argiope aurantia)

Also known as the garden spider, corn spider, or writing spider, Argiope aurantia is a species of Orb-weaving spider (Araneidae) which is widely distributed throughout North and Central America. True to their common name A. aurantia can inhabit a wide variety of habitats, and are commonly found in gardens. Like other orb weavers A. aurantia webs have a extra thick line of silk in the center of their web (known as a stabilimentum) Argiope aurantia stabilimentums are usually characterized by a zigzag shape. 


Animalia-Arthropoda-Arachnida-Araneae-Araneidae-Argiope-A. aurantia

Images: Dakota L. and Bubba73

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