This is a form of emotional and physiological torture. Instead of beating the victim, electrocuting them, or keeping them in a small box, the victim is tormented with sensory deprivation and isolation. (Source)
A Cordyceps fungus has attacked this butterfly and grown through the entire body, finally causing its death. White tubes emerge to spread the spores, which then infect other butterflies. Madidi National Park, Bolivia (Source)
This picture, taken of the photographer’s grandmother shortly after she moved into a nursing home in 1997, shows an older man standing behind her. However, the photographer reports that there was no man there while the picture was being taken — and that, years later, members of the family realized he looked a lot like the grandmother’s husband, then deceased for three years. (Source)
Calum would be the one to spontaneously cover your face with his jacket, to protect you from paps. Then he’d grin once you’re out of sight thinking he did a A1 job while you’re glaring at him bc he messed up your hair and he could of warned you.
Using a new technique that is 10x faster than average MRI scanners, researchers at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology show how the muscles in our neck, jaw, tongue, and lips work together to create sound. This is an MRI of a man singing If I Only Had a Brain from The Wizard of Oz. (Source)