TheNerdingHour

My names David. I'm a 25 year old INTJ.

I plan on becoming a Pharmacist.

I'm average and arkward for the most part I love cooking, Japanese culture, all sorts of anime, and most nerdy things.
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  • “ We’re all freaks, now that you’re in art school get over it. ”

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    The dean of my school, telling us not to waste our time trying to be “different”

    He also said to not waste time smoking crack because it’s expensive and drugged art is boring and predictable.

    (via fladoodles)

    (via thegeek531)

    distant-traveller:

    The starry sky under Hollow Hill

    Look up in New Zealand’s Hollow Hill Cave and you might think you see a familiar starry sky. And that’s exactly what Arachnocampa luminosa are counting on. Captured in this long exposure, the New Zealand glowworms scattered across the cave ceiling give it the inviting and open appearance of a clear, dark night sky filled with stars. Unsuspecting insects fooled into flying too far upwards get trapped in sticky snares the glowworms create and hang down to catch food. Of course professional astronomers wouldn’t be so easily fooled, although that does look a lot like the Coalsack Nebula and Southern Cross at the upper left.

    Image credit & copyright: Phill Round

    (Source: apod.nasa.gov)

    bogleech:

    florafaunagifs:

    Leaf bug (Phyllium giganteum)

    The constant wobbling as they move is a part of their disguise, making it seem as though the “leaf” is only moving because of a light breeze.

    If you blow on one it will also shake around in the hopes of matching any actual surrounding leaves

    (via resident-cat-expert)

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