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Good 3 comments
aphelion · 1 day ago
On the other hand, if you're concerned with a violent reaction, it would be much better to do it in public to discourage a scene, or at least have witnesses.
Xdddddd saw this on my timeline 5 comments
aphelion · 1 day ago
A closer analogy would be a livestream with 20 years latency.
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Quick animal fact #7 6 comments
aphelion · 3 days ago
The risk of getting strafed by a racoon piloting an Apache is low, but never zero.
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It’s not acting it’s real 5 comments
aphelion · 4 days ago
lol yep, oops
Fun facts about german, Pt. III. 6 comments
aphelion · 4 days ago
"Head of the Dead" is still a metal band I'd listen to.
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What if we are the real monsters? 2 comments
aphelion · 4 days ago
Draw full of books taking up 95% of the space under mine, which will be pretty concerning if it turns out the Vashta Nerada aren't just one of the Steven Moffat's terrifying fever dreams.
It’s not acting it’s real 5 comments
aphelion · 4 days ago
A few of the cast members mentioned in interviews that in some crucial scenes he wasn't even on the set at the same time with the people he was interacting with. They filmed the scenes desperately, sometimes with different actors or just stand ins so he wouldn't even know the full context of a scene he himself was in after filming it. After some slip ups with his first movie they took NO chances.
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What is Verdun? 7 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
The bombardment lasted all day long
What is Verdun? 7 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
A million shells were fired
What is Verdun? 7 comments
aphelion · 1 week ago
As the drum roll started on that day
We are wierd fish 6 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
The fire thing is accurate, it also allows us to maximize nutrients gained from food which helps us grow faster, larger, and smarter than wild animals. However the use of external resources for energy and heat is not unique; there are plenty of animals that have tactics for protecting or climate controlling themselves ranging from digging burrows (mice, polar bears, kangaroos (ok, roos more dig ditches but the point stands) etc.), building structures (beavers, ants, spiders, bees, etc.), or using other creatures as protection usually by hiding or laying eggs in fresh carcasses (wasps, flies, rats, wolves, hyenas, etc.).
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Thank you Lucky Star :) 6 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
Yup
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It’s a gift 5 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
:uʍop ǝpᴉsdn ʇsᴉxǝ oɥʍ ǝldoǝԀ
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We are wierd fish 6 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
Most apex predators would fair better than humans if dropped in an unfamiliar environment, and we aint got shit on smaller organisms in terms of numbers. What sets humans apart is our ability to create and manipulate tools, and our ability to communicate complex knowledge to each other and across generations.
Most life forms are limited by their biology to remain within their niche without generations of adaption allowing them to expand or change. Humans can use tools to allow us to participate in almost any niche we wish to (simple tools allow digging, mining, or climbing, complex tools allow extremum environment habitation such as submarine or outer space).
Additionally, humans are unique in that we can retain information long term through writing, without having to have it evolve into our biology the way pretty much every other creature on earth does.
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If I had a Lego Imperial Star Destroyer it would definitely get priority 3 comments
aphelion · 2 weeks ago
Boomer humour: I hate my wife.
Millennial humour: It's not that I don't love my wife, it's just that I just love my LEGO Star Wars USC 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer slightly more.
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Psppspsps *scratch* 4 comments
aphelion · 3 weeks ago
Cats scratching is like dogs barking: if it does if often, you're either mistreating it or didn't train it properly.
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NASA 5 comments
aphelion · 4 weeks ago
1073 likes; might take a while
NASA 5 comments
aphelion · 4 weeks ago
Still show up from time to time for me...
Billie lost it 2 comments
aphelion · 4 weeks ago
mvp
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work 1 comments
aphelion · 4 weeks ago
"It seems the height of pagan vanity to drag your conscripts to their death along with you, but as I integrated into their presence, I began to observe the reasons. Every day, a different set of draugr would awaken, shamble their way to the sarcophagus of their priest, and prostrate themselves before it. Several hours of this, followed by a meticulous cleaning of the area." ~excerpt from "Amongst the Draugr" by Bernadette Bantien.
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aphelion · 5 weeks ago
Ahh, the good old days of Matthias.
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Have we fixed this yet? 3 comments
aphelion · 6 weeks ago
You are, but certain people who don't get that don't like being reminded of that fact.
Fix This 5 comments
aphelion · 6 weeks ago
It's like that guy in The Last Unicorn
"Magic, do as you will!"
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Land below the ocean 3 comments
aphelion · 6 weeks ago
It's not perspective, it's just the Netherlands. While the road (the A6 motorway) does run below water level, it's not actually the ocean but "just" a large lake (IJsselmeer).
Building below sea level is kinda their thing.
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Every pitbull 4 comments
aphelion · 7 weeks ago
Endrega then. That's not better.