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The Cluster

Decided to draw my interpretation of the physical form of the Cluster, just a quick coloured sketch. I highly doubt we’ll see the Cluster’s actual physical form since if it did, Earth would implode…in my opinion.

My view of it is basically just an orgy of fingers, arms, organs, eyes, and mouths since thats whats predominant in the gem fusion mutants.

My size comparison with a human is probably waaaaaaay off. Probably will revisit this later this weekend.


First Look: The 2018 Ford Mustang

Today, Ford partnered with its ambassador of Service, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, to introduce the new Mustang – the world’s best-selling sports coupe and the company’s most advanced Mustang ever.

  • Sleeker design: New Mustang features a more athletic look, with new front and rear-end design that deliver a leaner and meaner look and refined aerodynamics.
  • More advanced technology: New Mustang technologies include a 12-inch all-digital instrument cluster that you can customize your way, MyMode with memory function that remembers your driving preferences for the next time you drive, and new driver-assist features such as Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection for increased confidence behind the wheel.
  • Improved Performance: Powerful engine upgrades, plus an all-new available 10-speed automatic transmission give Mustang even more performance, while available MagneRide suspension offers optimum handling; optional active valve exhaust affords complete auditory control – let the engine roar, or not.

On sale in North America in fall of 2017. 

How Microchip Identification Works

Microchip identification of animals, whether that’s dogs, cats, horses, rabbits or parrots, is integral to the modern veterinarian’s practice. Microchip identification allows individual animals to be identified with certainty, provides proof of ownership and access to contact details for the legal owner. For stories involving a lost pet, or a stolen animal, it’s vital to understand how microhchips and the system works.

The microchip itself is around the size of a grain of rice, and coated in glass. The glass it very sturdy and non-reactive to living tissue, so after the initial implantation the animal should have no irritation from the chip. It has a very small frequency receiver and only one piece of data: a fifteen digit number, eg 981000000XXXXXX.

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