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Hi, name's Hannah. Just another playful 20 year old in the evergreens of Washington.
Likes: science, raunchy humor, comic books, video games, movies, zombies, lights, steampunk, and ladies. ♀♀ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dislikes: modern my little ponies, anime (with some exceptions), and homestuck.
Red tides, a common term for the more proper name of “harmful algal blooms” (HABs), occur when colonies of algae—simple ocean plants that live in the sea—grow out of control while producing toxic or harmful effects on people, fish, shellfish, marine mammals and birds. The human illnesses caused by HABs, though rare, can be debilitating or even fatal. As the name suggests, the bloom of algae often turns the water red.
But not all algal blooms are harmful. Most blooms, in fact, are beneficial because the tiny plants are food for animals in the ocean. In fact, they are the major source of energy that fuels the ocean food web.
Inspired by the epic PS2 classic Shadow of the Colossus and available as a t-shirt, hoodie or phone case in brown or white.
A friend of mine is going to Comic-con in PHX this weekend with this bad-ass Garrus costume. So freakin’ talented! She told me to tell Tumblr that if anyone wanted to see more pics and info on this, they should check in at Red Nebula Studios (http://www.rednebulastudios.com/) where she’ll post more after the Con…
I thought the first picture was a wall poster!!! My brain, can’t- oh my god!
Street harassment is not a compliment.
fuck the gender binary
A better question is; what are you do’n tonight?
I stumbled upon this site and I think it’s a great movement! I did a drawing/illustration a while back and I think it might fit in here.
Oh man, your art is GREAT! And this picture is really funny, made me smile big time.
Guys, check this artist out. He’s really great!
Both are cool looking outfits but regardless INEFFICIENT CLOTHES ARE INEFFICIENT!
You bet I do!
I know that feeling. How can you pick a favorite branch of science? WHY would you pick a favorite?
Well, I don’t have much first-hand knowledge about the inner workings of the 13-year-old mind (some things are beyond even science), but did you guys know I have a list of science book recommendations on my blog? I’ve recently updated it! Check ‘em out here.
It’s impossible to create a comprehensive list, but you can always tweet me or email me (itsokaytobesmart at gmail) if there’s something I should add or if you have a really special favorite Tumblr users can reply below?