The Hobbit Cast:  Closeups by Sarah Dunn 

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swagmastamitch:

A gorilla walks into a bar. The bartender looks up and asks the gorilla what he’d like to drink, the gorilla says scotch. The bartender then realizes that gorillas can’t talk and wakes up. He turns and starts to tell his wife about his dream but she shrugs his hand off her shoulder. He then rolls over and begins to cry because his marriage is in shambles.

loopsosceles-triangle:

ta2dfreek:

ckck:

Behind the scenes photos from The Nightmare Before Christmas, which was released 20 years ago today (October 29th, 1993)!

love

this was released 5 days after i was born :D

spaceplasma:

Ash charges up volcanic lightning

Lightning in volcanic plumes is not completely understood, but there are several ideas about how it might work. Lightning is a giant spark that fires when large quantities of electric charge build up. Thunderclouds are made of water, ice and hail, and the electrification arises from collisions between light particles (ice) moving upwards in the cloud, and heavier water drops falling.
One way lightning in volcanic plumes could be generated is from ash particles colliding with each other. This is similar to the electric charge that can be generated by rubbing a balloon on a jumper.
Another way lightning can occur in volcanic plumes is from some volcanoes, like Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland, that have glaciers on top of them. When the volcano erupts, the glacier melts, which both causes huge floods and makes a big cloud of ice and water that becomes mixed with the volcanic plume. This mixture of cloud and plume can generate volcanic lightning by ice, water, and ash collisions in what’s called a ‘dirty thunderstorm’.
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Credit: Karen Aplin, Pete Wilton

spaceplasma:

Ash charges up volcanic lightning

Lightning in volcanic plumes is not completely understood, but there are several ideas about how it might work. Lightning is a giant spark that fires when large quantities of electric charge build up. Thunderclouds are made of water, ice and hail, and the electrification arises from collisions between light particles (ice) moving upwards in the cloud, and heavier water drops falling.

One way lightning in volcanic plumes could be generated is from ash particles colliding with each other. This is similar to the electric charge that can be generated by rubbing a balloon on a jumper.

Another way lightning can occur in volcanic plumes is from some volcanoes, like Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland, that have glaciers on top of them. When the volcano erupts, the glacier melts, which both causes huge floods and makes a big cloud of ice and water that becomes mixed with the volcanic plume. This mixture of cloud and plume can generate volcanic lightning by ice, water, and ash collisions in what’s called a ‘dirty thunderstorm’.

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Credit: Karen Aplin, Pete Wilton

j4sonh:

The evolution of Walter White    

Unknown artist.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY WINONA RYDER! (October 29, 1971)

"I don’t believe I am influencing anybody but myself."