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Yeah I'm Jason Canty, I run Angry Viking Press (http://www.angryvikingpress.com)
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ilovetempe:

more humanized tf

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We are the granddaughters of the witches you weren’t able to burn.
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tea-bot:

Some Shovel Knight x Shield Knight brought to you by the power of friendship. And a Pilot Fineliner.

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millennialau:

Rev Sekou kneeled between protesters and police and prayed, then was thrown into a police vehicle with blood smears all inside of it.

They are Tossing Priests. now.. Great.

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Asker weeb-admiral Asks:
How does it feel to know most of the anime you've posted was made by cis hetero males eh?
jasoncanty01 jasoncanty01 Said:

ohgodhesloose:

idislikecispeople:

specialsnowflakesanonymous:

idislikecispeople:

How does it feel that literally every piece of technology you’ve touched was made in part by trans women? :3

What

Lynn Conway, a trans woman, helped improve processor performance, making it possible to make them smaller while outputting the same amount of power as a larger one, and Sophie Wilson, a trans woman, designed the Acorn micro computer while also helped pioneer the ARM processor.

Without the help of these two trans women, we wouldn’t have the iPhones and laptops we have today.

mindblowingscience:

New material steals oxygen from the air: One spoonful absorbs all the oxygen in a room

Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have synthesized crystalline materials that can bind and store oxygen in high concentrations. Just one spoon of the substance is enough to absorb all the oxygen in a room. The stored oxygen can be released again when and where it is needed.

We do fine with the 21 per cent oxygen in the air around us. But sometimes we need oxygen in higher concentrations; for example lung patients must carry heavy oxygen tanks, cars using fuel cells need a regulated oxygen supply. Perhaps one day in the future even sunlight-driven “reversible” fuel cells will be made. With these we will have to separate oxygen from hydrogen in order to recombine them in order to get energy.

"In the lab, we saw how this material took up oxygen from the air around us," says Christine McKenzie.

The new material is crystalline, and using x-ray diffraction the researchers have studied the arrangement of atoms inside the material when it was filled with oxygen, and when it was emptied of oxygen.

Oxygen comes and goes in many places

The fact that a substance can react with oxygen is not surprising. Lots of substances do this — and the result is not always desirable: Food can go rancid when exposed to oxygen. On the other hand a wine’s taste and aroma is changed subtly when we aerate it — but not with too much oxygen! Our bodies cannot function if we do not breathe.

"An important aspect of this new material is that it does not react irreversibly with oxygen — even though it absorbs oxygen in a so-called selective chemisorptive process. The material is both a sensor, and a container for oxygen — we can use it to bind, store and transport oxygen — like a solid artificial hemoglobin," says Christine McKenzie.

The material is so effective at binding oxygen, that only a spoon of it is enough to suck up all the oxygen in a room. The researchers’ work indicates that the substance can absorb and bind oxygen in a concentration 160 times larger than the concentration in the air around us.

"It is also interesting that the material can absorb and release oxygen many times without losing the ability. It is like dipping a sponge in water, squeezing the water out of it and repeating the process over and over again," Christine McKenzie explains.

Once the oxygen has been absorbed you can keep it stored in the material until you want to release it. The oxygen can be released by gently heating the material or subjecting it to low oxygen pressures.

This sounds like a Jams Bond Villain device, but at the same time a quick way to add Air to a Space base in the future.

"Ok guys we go the Base set up.. warm up the air in a box and we can start living in it in no time. "

ellysnoodles:

ロマンスアカデミー7

Creepy Dating Sim on a Disney Cartoon..

Sure why not.

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Mighty Avengers #8

UGHHH Austin Powers was his Fave as a Kid… Ughh I’m to old.

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pureorangeness:

cryena:

pureorangeness:

cryena:

wtf do you mean there’s gonna be a tetris movie

whAT THE FUCK WOULD THE STORYLINE BE ABOUT

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VE_1KlWFJyA

i WISH

WELL BUDDY LOOKS LIKE YOUR WISH IS GONNA GET GRANTED UP ITS ASS

Been working on stuff, just been a mix of slight depression and busy with work and NYCC coming up for my comic company. 

theamazingsallyhogan:

jasoncanty01:

thegreymouse:

My friends Down Under sent me a gift beyond words…

These look interesting.

Things that don’t bother Australians:
*Having, like, almost ALL of the most venomous animals
*Sharks
*Emus, which are sorta like ostriches only they’ll kill you
*Heat so intense it melts your shoes:
*Seriously, the venomous animals. Even the platypus is venomous
*Australian stereotypes

Things that seriously bother Australians:

*The rising price of a Freddo bar

Yeah I’ve heard all of that and I’m not surprised.

siddharthasmama:

whoismims:

Hong Kong’s protesters are using the same “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture used in Ferguson

tears in my eyes; solidarity arising from such horrible situations is bittersweet.

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ugs-kotatsu:

刑務所裏でタイマン

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