September212013
August312013

motherfuckingmasterpiece:

Dinosaur masterpost

With a newcomer!

(Source: stalelemonade)

7PM
Haha. Yus!

Haha. Yus!

(Source: facebook.com, via ivyinspace)

7PM
the-doctor-stole-my-catchphrase:

The first three minutes of Firefly were the best moments of the entire show. 

the-doctor-stole-my-catchphrase:

The first three minutes of Firefly were the best moments of the entire show. 

(via just-gonna-sit-here-and-be-nerd)

7PM
josephc:

jtotheizzoe:

Dinoluminescence
DINO PET, the world’s first bioluminescent toy, is offiically my new favorite Kickstarter. Shut up and take my money (insert meme pic here).
It’s a dino, filled with dinos! A nightlight that stores the energy of the sun in living form, and releases it at night. Let me ‘splain…
Yonder Biology is a San Diego company that deals in the intersection of science and art, a cause close to my own heart. Within this 3-D printed dinosaur is a solution of dinoflagellates, photosynthetic organisms that are powered by the light of the sun, with the ability to release that energy in the form of brilliant blue bioluminescence when agitated at night (they can tell time!).
They give us brilliant scenes like these glowing, crashing waves:

That light is the product of an enzyme called luciferase and a high-energy molecule called luciferin, all manufactured by the dinoflagellate. What’s the purpose? To startle predators, or even to bathe them in light so they the hunter becomes prey itself.
Thanks to these guys, you don’t have to go to a tropical beach to experience that. You can have it at home, a dino bottle of dinos, full of awesome science
(check out DINO PET on Kickstarter for more)

yeah, I’m pretty sure I need this.

josephc:

jtotheizzoe:

Dinoluminescence

DINO PET, the world’s first bioluminescent toy, is offiically my new favorite Kickstarter. Shut up and take my money (insert meme pic here).

It’s a dino, filled with dinos! A nightlight that stores the energy of the sun in living form, and releases it at night. Let me ‘splain…

Yonder Biology is a San Diego company that deals in the intersection of science and art, a cause close to my own heart. Within this 3-D printed dinosaur is a solution of dinoflagellates, photosynthetic organisms that are powered by the light of the sun, with the ability to release that energy in the form of brilliant blue bioluminescence when agitated at night (they can tell time!).

They give us brilliant scenes like these glowing, crashing waves:

That light is the product of an enzyme called luciferase and a high-energy molecule called luciferin, all manufactured by the dinoflagellate. What’s the purpose? To startle predators, or even to bathe them in light so they the hunter becomes prey itself.

Thanks to these guys, you don’t have to go to a tropical beach to experience that. You can have it at home, a dino bottle of dinos, full of awesome science

(check out DINO PET on Kickstarter for more)

yeah, I’m pretty sure I need this.
April52013
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September122011
fuckyeahtattoos:

My first tattoo, done on Feb. 19, 2010 at Oshkosh Tattoo
I got a triceratops on my ankle because it has always been my favorite dinosaur. 

fuckyeahtattoos:

My first tattoo, done on Feb. 19, 2010 at Oshkosh Tattoo

I got a triceratops on my ankle because it has always been my favorite dinosaur. 

September82011
September72011
josephc:

thedailywhat:

Canine Cosplay of the Day: On the one hand, these Animal Planet-brand dino-themed get-ups for dogs constitute borderline animal abuse.
On the other hand, PET DINOSAUR.
[geekologie.]

LOLWUT.

YUS!!! OMG, I WANT THIS SO BADLY!!!

josephc:

thedailywhat:

Canine Cosplay of the Day: On the one hand, these Animal Planet-brand dino-themed get-ups for dogs constitute borderline animal abuse.

On the other hand, PET DINOSAUR.

[geekologie.]

LOLWUT.

YUS!!! OMG, I WANT THIS SO BADLY!!!

(Source: thedailywhat)

September52011