anonymous asked:

Nobody's tall enough to put the star in top of the tree so Wirt, being the lightest of the group (besides Lorna but she thinks she'll fall) and Jason being the strongest (besides Sara who doesn't trust herself to not drop Wirt) are left to do it can u imagine what happens hmm?

they probably end up falling on eachother like ever cliche thing ever and they both blush like the losers they are

look at these loser look

Beth & The Color Yellow

Not sure if this has been said before but I’ve been staring at that gif of Daryl dropping to his knees in the 5B promo and I swear to god he’s looking at Beth’s yellow polo. So it kind of made me think, hey yellow is generally an uplifting color. And I don’t need to elaborate on the significance of that in relation to our girl.

I found this online regarding psychology and the color yellow:

"This color relates to acquired knowledge. It is the color which resonates with the left or logic side of the brain stimulating our mental faculties and creating mental agility and perception.

Being the lightest hue of the spectrum, the color psychology of yellow is uplifting and illuminating, offering hope, happiness, cheerfulness and fun.

In the meaning of colors, yellow inspires original thought and inquisitiveness.

Yellow is creative from a mental aspect, the color of new ideas, helping us to find new ways of doing things. It is the practical thinker, not the dreamer.”

-> Gimple said he had season 5 written during the filming of season 4. Maybe there’s a reason those polos at the country club were yellow? Why not blue, white, pink, or green?


"I am happy, just not blind."
“I am strong.”
“I made it. “
“You gotta stay who you are, not who you were.”
“There’s still good people Daryl.”

Seeing that polo could maybe kickstart Daryl back to life. As someone said here recently that shirt represented their time together. I just know the costume and makeup department on this show is meticulously planned out, so maybe it’s just one more egg that was right in front of us this whole time.

Just trying to keep the positivity. I’m probably crazy who knows.


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A team of engineers claims to have created the world’s lightest material.

The substance is made out of tiny hollow metallic tubes arranged into a micro-lattice - a criss-crossing diagonal pattern with small open spaces between the tubes.

The researchers say the material is 100 times lighter than Styrofoam and has “extraordinarily high energy absorption” properties.

Potential uses include next-generation batteries and shock absorbers.

The research was carried out at the University of California, Irvine, HRL Laboratories and the California Institute of Technology and is published in the latest edition of Science.

"The trick is to fabricate a lattice of interconnected hollow tubes with a wall thickness 1,000 times thinner than a human hair," said lead author Dr Tobias Schaedler.


The resulting material has a density of 0.9 milligrams per cubic centimetre.

By comparison the density of silica aerogels - the world’s lightest solid materials - is only as low as 1.0mg per cubic cm.

The metallic micro-lattices have the edge because they consist of 99.99% air and of 0.01% solids.

The engineers say the material’s strength derives from the ordered nature of its lattice design.

By contrast, other ultralight substances, including aerogels and metallic foams, have random cellular structures. This means they are less stiff, strong, energy absorptive or conductive than the bulk of the raw materials that they are made out of.

William Carter, manager of architected materials at HRL, compared the new material to larger low-density structures.

"Modern buildings, exemplified by the Eiffel Tower or the Golden Gate Bridge are incredibly light and weight-efficient by virtue of their architecture," he said.

"We are revolutionising lightweight materials by bringing this concept to the nano and micro scales."


To study the strength of the metallic micro-lattices the team compressed them until they were half as thick.

After removing the load the substance recovered 98% of its original height and resumed its original shape.

The first time the stress test was carried out and repeated the material became less stiff and strong, but the team says that further compressions made very little difference.

"Materials actually get stronger as the dimensions are reduced to the nanoscale," said team member Lorenzo Valdevit.

"Combine this with the possibility of tailoring the architecture of the micro-lattice and you have a unique cellular material."

The engineers suggest practical uses for the substance include thermal insulation, battery electrodes and products that need to dampen sound, vibration and shock energy.


i mean when else do you really get time

t’s about one hundred times lighter than Styrofoam, with a density of 0.9 mg/cc (Milligram per Cubic Centimeter) and has extraordinarily high energy absorption properties. This is a new type of metal which is 99.9 percent air, as show in the image it can sit on top of a dandelion fluff without crushing it. This pioneering research was carried out by a research engineering team at the University of California, Irvine, HRL Laboratories and the California Institute of Technology.


“I’m a natural blonde, but my hair has been almost every color you can imagine. As an actor, I like to get into my character as much as I can, and often that starts with the color of my hair.”


byungman: hurry up and take it (the mask) off! honestly, i don’t know about anyone else, but L, even if you’re wearing that I know it’s you. we filmed a sitcom together, right? so i can roughly tell from looking at your behaviour.