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Insects [11 Jul 2007|06:15pm]

cloudy
This dude's pics are pretty rad.

Example, if the site will let me hotlink:Collapse )
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WEEEEE! [24 Feb 2007|02:02pm]

cloudy
http://coasters.coleclan.net/videos/stormrunner_small.mov
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Everything looks awesomer when you're in space!!! [20 Feb 2007|08:01pm]

cloudy




A LAKE!


A VOLCANO!


MORE FROM THE NASA WEBSITE ARCHIVE (MOSTLY OF ASTRONAUTS HANGING OUT IN SPACE)
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Fairly cubic foods [11 Jan 2007|02:00am]
andalusiandog
OUCH!
Mmmmm!

See it in action care of some very charming people.

And for dessert:

Mmmmm-mmmmmm-mmmmm!
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refrigerator magnets [28 Dec 2006|10:32am]

aeeee

My family goes on tours and collects them.
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matches, warning labels [28 Dec 2006|12:31am]

aeeee

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very strong magnets [26 Dec 2006|06:42pm]

aeeee

It was a Christmas present.
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i joined your community [18 Aug 2006|05:09pm]

politics____
[ mood | amused ]

because i like your interests.

"very strong magnets" are awesome.

hello.

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Not How You Remember It [22 Jul 2006|12:46am]

oublier
One of my favorite net things right now is on our very own LiveJournal. As my best friend is, strangely enough, at summer camp, I have to find other outlets for my excitement. Yay for you guys! Go see sbtbqotd: Saved by the Bell Quote of the Day. As though you didn't get enough of it when you were twelve (give or take), it has been chewed and regurgitated for you like some obsessive mother bird.

Saved by the Bell: "I didn't know there was so much in it!"
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"I manufacture tabletops for shops," said Tom counterproductively. [06 Jul 2006|10:48pm]

cloudy
To celebrate my love of adverbs, I offer you:

A dictionary or something of Tom Swifties.

Lol, '"I can see the Greek woodland deity is no more," Tom said with a deadpan expression.'

'"We're off to Scotland," said Tom clandestinely.'

I'm not even off the first page yet.


p.s. DID YOU GUYS SEE THE SIDE-BAR THAT alibi_factory MADE? I COULD STARE AT IT FOR HOURS.
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WELL DONE [05 Jul 2006|05:18pm]

tomatorama

HELP look at W! And why isn't N anthro-po-mo-fic?


These may just be ratings of the animals in question. Squirrels, for example are splendid, whereas doormice are merely good.


I like the whale on the diving board.

wide kneeCollapse )


Could we have a literacy hour please?


OWLS


Hahaha loser


In the same vein, these are some really limited name badge stickers


A papparazi photograph of you.


WELL DONE Ron.


This man has 2 beards, now that's hardly fair.


H. Kitty seems just a bit sarcastic.
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Things shaped like things [05 Jul 2006|01:00am]

cloudy
sprinkles and chicken nuggets:


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Okay, I need to go to sleep, so now it's your turn. Find more and post them as comments.
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Things That Are Larger Than You May Expect [04 Jul 2006|11:05pm]

alibi_factory


MORE!Collapse )
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Mammatus clouds [03 Jul 2006|09:46pm]

cloudy


As updrafts carry precipitation enriched air to the cloud top, upward momentum is lost and the air begins to spread out horizontally, becoming a part of the anvil cloud. Because of its high concentration of precipitation particles (ice crystals and water droplets), the saturated air is heavier than the surrounding air and sinks back towards the earth.

The temperature of the subsiding air increases as it descends. However, since heat energy is required to melt and evaporate the precipitation particles contained within the sinking air,the warming produced by the sinking motion is quickly used up in the evaporation of precipitation particles. If more energy is required for evaporation than is generated by the subsidence, the sinking air will be cooler than its surroundings and will continue to sink downward.

The subsiding air eventually appears below the cloudbase as rounded pouch-like structures called mammatus clouds.


Text from http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/cld/cldtyp/oth/mm.rxml
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I love picspam [03 Jul 2006|12:42am]

cloudy
[ mood | sleepy ]



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HOW DO I MAKE THIS LOOK DECENT WITHOUT PAYING FOR IT [02 Jul 2006|07:34pm]

cloudy
I really just want to see what I'm doing to the layout, and I can't if there are no posts. SO HERE IS A POST OKAY.
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