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This is off the Bermuda Triangle, where 16+ ships washed up on a sand bar. The mystery is still unsolved
Actually the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has been given a scientific explanation: methane vents which have been discovered in that region.
Methane reduces the density of water, causing ships that would normally float, to instead sink.
Methane, when in gas form, messes with the electrical components of aircraft, causing them to fail and sometimes fall right out of the sky.
Methane also causes the water to turn a ghostly greenish color, and the “ghost ships” reported to be seen are simply green reflections of the ships that scatter the bottom of the triangle.
Fucking science, man.
Actually, “there is no greater incidence of events occurring in the Bermuda Triangle than anywhere else in the world.” Sure, methane vents are part of it. But so are weather, human error, and everything else than could go wrong when on a boat or plane. Sure is fun to speculate though.
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the funny thing about moleskines is it will organize your life but it will also set your imagination loose.
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A Miniature Tree carved from a TakeAway McDonald Bag by Yuken Teruya
Yuken Teruya is a young japanese artist reknown for her skill in cutting off existing objects and transform them into something that looks aesthetically natural.
Her amazing tree carved from a McDonald’s Bag is mesmerizing. You can admire this work at David B Smith group show in Denver.
Aug 13 Reblogged
Velociraptor in Melbourne
when i win the lottery i’m buying one. like, i will literally have it follow me 24/7. gonna have to buy a truck though.
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Bryan Nash Gill - Woodcuts, 2005-2011
Gill uses recycled lumber, covers the surface of the wood with ink and washi paper, and with his fingers and fingernails presses and scratches the pattern of the tree rings into the paper until the impression is completely and evenly represented.
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