• alucard: thanks for the rescue
  • alucard: could you please take me to [BATTLESHIP TEPES] in [SECTOR DRACULA X] so i can kill my shitty dad again
  • samus: ETA is 3 days, 15 hours
  • samus: that's enough time for me to domme the shit out of you with my grapple beam
  • alucard: nice

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orangelemonart:

The best thing about Evangelion is Ramiel 

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You got this memetically hilariously low budget angel made back during NGE when they were scraping at ways to cut spending where they could manage,

And then it’s like. CAN YOU SEE WHAT WE CAN AFFORD NOW WE ARE THE BIGGEST FRANCHISE EVER

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pluralfloral:

skyeribbon:

Current mood: Elmo getting a manicure

boyxx OMG

pluralfloral:

skyeribbon:

Current mood: Elmo getting a manicure

boyxx OMG

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  • Anita Sarkeesian: Your appointment to EA should be finalized within the week, I have already discussed the matter with the Editor
  • Zoe Quinn: I take it he was agreeable?
  • Anita Sarkeesian: He didn't really have a choice.
  • Zoe Quinn: Has he been compromised?
  • Anita Sarkeesian: Oh yes, most certainly. When I mentioned we could put him on the priority list for hot gaming tips and tricks he was so willing it was almost pathetic.

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deathforming:

k0enig-is-a-g0d:

my halloween costume tbh

my day to day outfit

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bourbonface:

A closer look at MIT’s next-gen spacesuits

When on Mars, jump, don’t run. That’s one of the many findings Dava Newman, aerospace engineer and spacesuit designer at MIT, has learned from her research on human performance in space. “On Earth, if you run, you get there faster but you use more energy,” says Newman. “In the Martian environment, a loping locomotion is faster and uses less energy.” 
Her response to the rigid and cumbersome traditional version [of space suits] is the BioSuit (shown here), an outfit designed as a second skin. It uses nickel titanium shape-memory alloys and applies the correct pressure to the human body (equivalent to 30 per cent of Earth’s atmosphere) — but it’s flexible enough to put on and take off in minutes. “We’ve discovered that this material is the best in terms of mimicking human performance,” says Newman.

Gimme.

bourbonface:

A closer look at MIT’s next-gen spacesuits

When on Mars, jump, don’t run. That’s one of the many findings Dava Newman, aerospace engineer and spacesuit designer at MIT, has learned from her research on human performance in space. “On Earth, if you run, you get there faster but you use more energy,” says Newman. “In the Martian environment, a loping locomotion is faster and uses less energy.” 

Her response to the rigid and cumbersome traditional version [of space suits] is the BioSuit (shown here), an outfit designed as a second skin. It uses nickel titanium shape-memory alloys and applies the correct pressure to the human body (equivalent to 30 per cent of Earth’s atmosphere) — but it’s flexible enough to put on and take off in minutes. “We’ve discovered that this material is the best in terms of mimicking human performance,” says Newman.

Gimme.

(Source: wired.co.uk)

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