Or training blogs or what not. Sport dogs, agility, dock diving, obedience, rally, disc dog, anything really. Even you basic pet accounts I’d like to follow? Id like to know your favorites and if I don’t follow you already to give yourself a shout out.
So I was just thinking about those posts you get in the Discworld tag about the way belief works on the Disc and how Vetinari and/or Vimes is so integral to the way Ankh-Morpork works that they might just sort of… not ever die.
You know, the ones like ‘Vimes is going to become a god of policemen and he’s going to hate it”.
Well. What if it happens to both of them? There are two parts to the city, after all. ‘Proud Ankh’ needs taking down a peg or two (or seven) by Sam Vimes, and if anyone can terrify ‘pestilent Morpork’ into being better then it’s Havelock Vetinari. And they can drive each other mad with stealth puns for centuries, if they want.
Also, this would potentially make them literally Law And Order, and that just seems very fitting in a way that would probably annoy them both.
I got my ps2 emulator to work playing my ps2 discs directly (it’s rad af) and the first thing i just have to play is shadow the hedgehog
it’s like when i was younger i completely missed how ridiculous this game truly was. It was frustrating at a lot of times, yes, but i never REALISED why it felt goofy more than edgy for me. Today I realised.
You can’t say that a gif of shadow spinning whilst holding a grenade launcher won’t make you smile every time.
congrats to bts on the daesang <3 tbh i’ve never been one to pick sides on any of the award shows or the comeback shows where they get trophies and stuff? i just love watching everyone perform and i had such a good time staying up all night to watch the golden disc awards and i was Slain and i woulda been happy no matter who got the daesang <33333
“NieR Automata Soundtrack now is on mastering phase. We enjoyed working on the 3 Discs full of outstanding tracks. I really want everyone to hear it as soon as possible.”- Keiichi Okabe (NieR Automata Composer)
As if it were one of the known Russian dolls, a group of astronomers, led by researchers at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias, (IAC) has found the first known case of three supernova remnants one inside the other. Using the programme BUBBLY, a method developed within the group for detecting huge expanding bubbles of gas in interstellar space, they were observing the galaxy M33 in our Local Group of galaxies and found example of a triple-bubble. The results, which were published yesterday in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, help to understand the feedback phenomenon, a fundamental process of star formation and in the dissemination of metals produced in massive stars.
The group has been building up a data base of these superbubbles with observations of a number of galaxies and, using the very high resolution 2D spectrograph, GHaFaS (Galaxy Halpha Fabry-Perot System), on the 4.2 m William Herschel Telescope (WHT) of the Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes (Roque de los Muchachos Observatory, La Palma), has been able to detect and measure these superbubbles, which range in size from a few light years to as big as a thousand light years across.
Superbubbles around large young star clusters are known to have a complex structure due to the effects of powerful stellar winds and supernova explosions of individual stars, whose separate bubbles may end up merging into a superbubble, but this is the first time that they, or any other observers, have found three concentric expanding supernova shells.
“This phenomenon -says John Beckman, one of the co-authors on the paper- allows to explore the interstellar medium in a unique way, we can measure how much matter there is in a shell, approximately a couple of hundred times the mass of the sun in each of the shells”. However, if it is known that a supernova expels only around ten times the mass of the sun, where do the second and third shells get their gas from if the first supernova sweeps up all the gas?
The answer to that must come from the surrounding gas and in the inhomogeneous interstellar medium. “It must be -says Artemi Camps Fariña, who is first author on the paper-, that the interstellar medium is not at all uniform, there must be dense clumps of gas, surrounded by space with gas at a much lower density. A supernova does not just sweep up gas, it evaporates the outsides of the clumps, leaving some dense gas behind which can make the second and the third shells”.
“The presence of the bubbles -adds Artemi- explains why star formation has been much slower than simple models of galaxy evolution predicted. These bubbles are part of a widespread feedback process in galaxy disc and if it were not for feedback, spiral galaxies would have very short lives, and our own existence would be improbable”, concludes. The idea of an inhomogeneous interstellar medium is not new, but the triple bubble gives a much clearer and quantitative view of the structure and the feedback process. The results will help theorists working on feedback to a better understanding of how this process works in all galaxy discs.
Some projects in the works - a 9″ beeswax disc for a Mars working and datura oil. I also have some pictures kicking around to make more customized seven day candles with but I’m going to have to hit up the 99 cent store before I can get those together,
I am super pleased with how the disc turned out, it’s flawless. Now watch me fuck it up horribly during the inscription process
I would like to dedicate this to @goodqueenalys because I’ve wanted to write for Robbaery for a while now but if she hadn’t come to me to talk about them I probably never would have actually written this, so thank you for that motivation!
Robb goes round to his sisters to collect his laptop from her but is distracted when he meets her new friend, Margaery.