Iran recently photoshopped a photo of Michele Obama taken during her appearance on the Oscars. They covered her chest and shoulders cuz it’s against their culture for women to express themselves however they want. This is my response to such silly stupidity.
Usually I love morons. they’re fun to laugh at. Take this asshat for instance
He believes the Sandy Hook Massacre was a “Satanic ritual” and was a Hoax.
another funny thing by this asshat he believes only Christian males should carry guns. Because people with loose morals are violent (guess he forgot about the Crusades or the Spanish Inquisition.) anyway like I said I love Morons they’re great to laugh at. the Scary part is. this man has a following. touring and spreading fear and hate. Religion is a Scary thing.
Satan is simply the warden of a very large prison. Quiet man actually, thoughtful and he’s well read. And I happen to know the idea of sacrificing children in his honor annoys him greatly.
Here is the first launch art for Doctor Who Series 7.
Here’s the description:
The image shows Amy Pond being carried by an injured, grim-faced Doctor. They’re both surrounded by Daleks that have been encountered during different eras of the Time Lord’s travels.
A Dalek on the right of the picture does not have any of the vertical grille-like slats that have become a familiar feature, indicating it’s a version the Doctor faced when he first met his oldest enemies on Skaro. And on the left there’s a Special Weapons Dalek, last seen in the 1988 story, Remembrance of the Daleks.
It’s a fiery and exciting sign of what’s to come in the new series!
We also have the launch trailer for Series 7 coming in six hours so tuck this blog away in its own tab and come back at 6am UK time/1am EDT/10pm PDT
Now I wish I had gone to more than one Boy Scout meeting. They creeped me out with their uniforms and conformity back when I was ten years old so I never went back, but if I had suffered through it, I could now have some kind of BSA badge that I could mail back to those jackasses. I guess I’ll just have to live vicariously through others, instead.
We can’t see gamma rays, but thanks to this reinterpretation of data from the Fermi Large Area Telescope, we can hear them. Gamma-ray bursts are incredibly powerful explosions, perhaps the most powerful in the universe.
This one originated from a deep-space explosion in 2008. Photons were divided into different instruments and frequencies and then slowed down big time so they could be separated to individual notes.
It’s not exactly Beethoven, but it’s a very special way to represent invisible data.