Allerleihrauch

21, Slytherin, INTJ.
Multifandom Blog. Most recently Marvel, Loki, Harry Potter, Games of Thrones, a little bit Anime/Manga, Sailor Moon.
The rest miscellaneous, curiosities: Qoutes, Fashion, Beauty, Art (Digital, Traditional, Photography), Dark Arts, Magical...
impfaust:

"Bloody lips,Ruby flames to the moonlight,Deadly shade in your obsidian vein,I found your crocus-scented way…”
Artowrk: “Oedipus and the sphinx” by Gustav Moreau.

impfaust:

"Bloody lips,
Ruby flames to the moonlight,
Deadly shade in your obsidian vein,
I found your crocus-scented way…”

Artowrk: “Oedipus and the sphinx” by Gustav Moreau.

(via thren0dies)

rhamphotheca:

Bats Can Navigate Using Polarized Light
by Sid Perkins
Forget the phrase “blind as a bat.” New experiments suggest that members of one species of these furry flyers—Myotis myotis, the greater mouse-eared bat—can do something no other mammal is known to do: They detect and use polarized light to calibrate their long-distance navigation.
Previous research hinted that these bats reset their magnetic compass each night based on cues visible at sunset, but the particular cue or cues hadn’t been identified. In the new study, researchers placed bats in boxes in which the polarization of light could be controlled and shifted.
After letting the bats experience sundown at a site near their typical roost, the team waited until after midnight (when polarized light was no longer visible in the sky), transported the animals to two sites between 20 and 25 kilometers from the roost, strapped radio tracking devices to them, and then released them…
(read more: Science News/AAAS)
photo by Top-Pics/TBK

rhamphotheca:

Bats Can Navigate Using Polarized Light

by Sid Perkins

Forget the phrase “blind as a bat.” New experiments suggest that members of one species of these furry flyers—Myotis myotis, the greater mouse-eared bat—can do something no other mammal is known to do: They detect and use polarized light to calibrate their long-distance navigation.

Previous research hinted that these bats reset their magnetic compass each night based on cues visible at sunset, but the particular cue or cues hadn’t been identified. In the new study, researchers placed bats in boxes in which the polarization of light could be controlled and shifted.

After letting the bats experience sundown at a site near their typical roost, the team waited until after midnight (when polarized light was no longer visible in the sky), transported the animals to two sites between 20 and 25 kilometers from the roost, strapped radio tracking devices to them, and then released them…

(read more: Science News/AAAS)

photo by Top-Pics/TBK

(via thren0dies)

gdfalksen:

Ana Pavlova in a traditional russian gown

gdfalksen:

Ana Pavlova in a traditional russian gown

painttwat:

Date someone strong
Date someone powerful
Date someone who will destroy the entire universe to impress you
Date Thanos

(via sexy-salmon-loki)