DJ Linxxx in the house!
dirtylowfrequencies:

to live, to dream,
in what we believe.
to laugh, to love
in what we have done.
it’s not that easy to forget what we have done wrong,
but if we hadn’t, we wouldn’t be here at all.
🌑🌓🌔🌕

dirtylowfrequencies:

to live, to dream,
in what we believe.
to laugh, to love
in what we have done.
it’s not that easy to forget what we have done wrong,
but if we hadn’t, we wouldn’t be here at all.
🌑🌓🌔🌕

q-dance:

Chills, take us back! #Defqon1

q-dance:

Chills, take us back! #Defqon1

stereokem:

This is absolutely terrifying. “This image may look like something dreamed up for a surreal horror movie, but it’s a real horror for the tarantula in question. This unfortunate arachnid is infected with Cordyceps, a parasitic fungus that replaces its host’s tissue with its own. Cordyceps fungi invades its hosts (mainly arthropods), and its mycelium eventually replaces the host’s tissue. Once the… arthropod is dead, cylindrical or branching growths emerge from the creature’s dead body. Some species also have mind-control capabilities, convincing the host to travel to a place where the fungus will find optimal growth conditions before the host dies.” More info: http://bit.ly/MaYrZB Massive thanks to Laura Tilston for sending me this link earlier, coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. http://bit.ly/12vCOxE
 
— “I fucking love science” via Facebook

glad we dont have that kind of diseases for us humans 😨

stereokem:

This is absolutely terrifying.

“This image may look like something dreamed up for a surreal horror movie, but it’s a real horror for the tarantula in question. This unfortunate arachnid is infected with Cordyceps, a parasitic fungus that replaces its host’s tissue with its own.

Cordyceps fungi invades its hosts (mainly arthropods), and its mycelium eventually replaces the host’s tissue. Once the arthropod is dead, cylindrical or branching growths emerge from the creature’s dead body. Some species also have mind-control capabilities, convincing the host to travel to a place where the fungus will find optimal growth conditions before the host dies.”

More info: http://bit.ly/MaYrZB

Massive thanks to Laura Tilston for sending me this link earlier, coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. http://bit.ly/12vCOxE
 
— “I fucking love science” via Facebook

glad we dont have that kind of diseases for us humans 😨

thisisadynasty:

insomniaticsnowyowl:

I was thinking about this scene the other day lol

alexcabfix

smartgirlsattheparty:

Some days you just need a little cat love ;)

kosmickittie:

The Sound of Q-Dance Part II

kosmickittie:

The Sound of Q-Dance Part II

#qdance #hardstyle

#qdance #hardstyle