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WHO THE FUCK VOTED BILL NYE OFF DANCING WITH THE STARS???? HE INVENTED SCIENCE WHAT DO U THINK YOURE DOIGN

he left because he got injured..

WHO THE FUCK HURT BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY

He tore his own ligaments whilst dancing.

WHO THE FUCK ALLOWED BILL NYE TO DO THIS TO HIMSELF

(via humantic)

rhamphotheca:

The barreleye fish, Macropinna microstoma, has tubular eyes (the green globes in the image) and a transparent shield protecting its upward-looking eyes. The glasshead barreleye fish, Rhynchohyalus natalensis, is a closely related species which is not found here in the Northeast Pacific. Recently, scientists discovered that the glasshead barreleye fish’s eyes, which are cylindrical with a conventional refractive lens on top, also have a second retina. Bioluminescence from deep-sea prey enters through a cornea and hits a separate silvery surface, to be focused on the second retina. The fish can therefore see objects above it with its conventional cylindrical eye, and detect other deep-sea creatures to the side and below via the reflector eye looking sideways. Read more about these amazing eyes:http://ow.ly/uU3Ic You can also see our YouTube video about the barreleye here http://ow.ly/uU3BE

rhamphotheca:

The barreleye fish, Macropinna microstoma, has tubular eyes (the green globes in the image) and a transparent shield protecting its upward-looking eyes. The glasshead barreleye fish, Rhynchohyalus natalensis, is a closely related species which is not found here in the Northeast Pacific.

Recently, scientists discovered that the glasshead barreleye fish’s eyes, which are cylindrical with a conventional refractive lens on top, also have a second retina. Bioluminescence from deep-sea prey enters through a cornea and hits a separate silvery surface, to be focused on the second retina. The fish can therefore see objects above it with its conventional cylindrical eye, and detect other deep-sea creatures to the side and below via the reflector eye looking sideways. Read more about these amazing eyes:
http://ow.ly/uU3Ic

You can also see our YouTube video about the barreleye here http://ow.ly/uU3BE

(via ooksaidthelibrarian)

Commander Vimes didn’t like the phrase ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’, believing the innocent had everything to fear, mostly from the guilty but in the longer term even more from those who say things like ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’.

—Terry Pratchett (via beornwulf)

(Source: theredkite, via ooksaidthelibrarian)