buckkybbarnes:

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

candypinkcocks:

letshearitfortheuniverse:

chibisokka:

canuckistanicefront:

assuming shes average height. her boobs appear to be about 1/3 her torso and average torso of a female being 22.6” her boobs are about 7.5” long. a foot is 12 inches. theyre moving at 5,600ft aka 67200 inches a second. her boobs are flopping 8960 times a second.

8960 flops per second would result in the shockwaves from her breasts emitting an 8960 Hz tone, which is actually a very shrill noise within the range of human hearing. You can enter 8960 into this website to hear an audio sample of what her breast-tone would approximately sound like

Did all of you major in boob math

MORE LIKE I’LL NEVER FORGET

sophia-sol:

gailsimone:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

agelfeygelach:

agelfeygelach:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

mutantlexi:

fanbingblink:

Representation matters

My only complaint. No Kate Kane.

Indeed, Kate Kane should totally be here on this photo set of fabulous POC and LGBTQI comics heroes :D

Also maybe Jaime Reyes?

And Kamala Khan, too.

AND COAGULA :D

Because more awesome queer trans ladies are needed

Gorgeous.

who is that person saying they are asexual and please tell me this isn’t just a fan manip??? Googling has not found me any info.

(also yay for all the other representation in this post but the ace thing is PERSONAL)

fleshcoatedtechnology:

FDA Approves First Prosthesis Controlled by Muscle Electrical Signals

Dean Kamen’s DEKA Arm is an electronic prosthetic that mimics natural arm and hand movement with an amazing level of finesse. It’s controlled by electrical signals from the wearer’s muscles. This week, the DEKA Arm became the first muscle-controlled prostheticapproved by the FDA for sale to the general public.
In the FDA study, 90% of test subjects were able to quickly adapt to using the DEKA Arm for tasks that were impossible with traditional arm prosthetics, like brushing hair and using keys and zippers.
This is a cyborg we can all support.
[FDA; DARPA via Engadget / Gizmodo]

fleshcoatedtechnology:

FDA Approves First Prosthesis Controlled by Muscle Electrical Signals

Dean Kamen’s DEKA Arm is an electronic prosthetic that mimics natural arm and hand movement with an amazing level of finesse. It’s controlled by electrical signals from the wearer’s muscles. This week, the DEKA Arm became the first muscle-controlled prostheticapproved by the FDA for sale to the general public.

In the FDA study, 90% of test subjects were able to quickly adapt to using the DEKA Arm for tasks that were impossible with traditional arm prosthetics, like brushing hair and using keys and zippers.

This is a cyborg we can all support.

[FDADARPA via Engadget / Gizmodo]

dabe-strudel:

what really sucks is when you know you should be doing something but physically cannot bring yourself to do it no matter how important doing that thing is

I want to portray a slightly different relationship, one where the two mutually inspire each other to live - if I’m able to, then perhaps I’ll be closer to portraying a true expression of love. -Hayao Miyazaki