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#1
ᾋ łἔṩṩὄᾗ ἷᾗ ғἷᾗḋἷᾗʛ ṩἔłғ ᾄмὄᾗʛṩҭ ƈђᾄὄṩ:


Ẃἔ ᾄʀἔ ᾄłł ἷᾗ ᾄ ṩҭᾄҭἔ ὄғ ƈὄᾗṩҭᾄᾗҭ ῥὗłṩᾄҭἷᾗʛ ғłὗẋ, ᾄᾗḋ ẏἔҭ ṩὄмἔҭἷмἔṩ ҭђἷṩ ƈᾄᾗ вἔ ὄvἔʀᾧђἔłмἷᾗʛ


Ҭὄ ҭђἔ ῥὄἷᾗҭ ὄғ ṩƈʀἔᾄмἷᾗʛ, ҭђἔṩἔ ғἔἔłἷᾗʛṩ ὄғ ṩὗῥῥʀἔṩṩἔḋ ἷᾗḋἷvἷḋὗᾄłἷҭẏ вἔἷᾗʛ ἔʀὄḋἔḋ вẏ ҭђἔ ṩђἔἔʀ мᾄṩṩ ᾄᾗḋ ἷʀʀἔłἔvᾄᾗƈἔ ὄғ ὄὗʀ ὄᾧᾗ łἷғἔ ƈᾄᾗ ὄvἔʀᾧђἔłм ὗṩ ᾄłł


Ἷҭ ἷṩ ҭђὗṩ ἷмῥὄʀҭᾄᾗҭ ҭὄ ғἷᾗḋ ὄὗʀ ṩἔᾗṩἔ ὄғ ἷᾗḋἷvἷḋὗᾄłἷҭẏ, ҭὄ ᾄƈƈἔṩṩ ᾄᾗḋ ἔмᾗᾄҭἔ ὄὗʀ ὄᾧᾗ ṩἔᾗṩἔ ὄғ ṩἔłғ, ἔvἔᾗ ἷᾗ ҭђἔ ḋἷłὗҭἔḋ мἷẋҭὗʀἔ ὄғ ἔvἔʀẏ ђὗмᾄᾗ ƈὄᾗṩƈἷὄὗṩᾗἔṩṩ ḋὄἷᾗʛ ҭђἔ ṩᾄмἔ


BεȻλƲȘε ΘɴȻε τħίȘ ħλȘ ßεεɴ ʃΘƲɴɖ, ƲτίιίȘίɴĢ τħε ɱλȘȘ ȻΘɴȘȻίΘƲȘɴεȘȘ Ȼλɴ Θɴιϓ ßε ßεɴεʃίȻίλι


I ßειίενε ϓΘƲ Ȼλɴ ßε ϓΘƲરȘειʃ


FƲιʃίιι ϓΘƲર ɖεȘίરεȘ, ĢΘ λɴɖ ßε ώħλτ ϓΘƲ ώλɴτ τΘ ßε

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#3
Quote by Jackintehbox
is that what uncircumcised penises look like? gross.

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#4
amidoinitright?
Quote by SGstriker
If KFC is finger-licking good, then people would probably suck dicks for Popeyes. That's how good it is.


There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
#7
Dude, don't make fun of tardigrades. They are super cool and probably our oldest Earthling ancestors.
BOOM-SHAKALAKALAKA-BOOM-SHAKALAKUNGA
#8
This is the most inspirational thread I have ever seen, thank you TS
I have nothing important to say
#9
u̴ͬ̾ͪ͌̅̅̒̈̏͏̵̣̯͎͓̱̺̯̱̳̻̝̘̠͔̮͔̀͞ ̘͖̰̱͓̫̫̬͒̒͛̑̏ͯ̾̓̕͜͝͞w̨͆ͦ͒͗͟͡͏̷̺̳̹̣̩̟̲̩̬͍̥̝ǒ̧̱̼̘͈̗̟̠̞̝̮̦ͧ̅́̃̂̒́̕͟ͅt̑̍̏͌ͧ̎͛̍̔ͣ̓̆͛̑̄̉̉͗͟͏̵̛̺͈͎̦̗͎͚͞ ͐ͮ̅͛͊͊͛͐̂̂͛ͨ͟͠҉̶̠̯̭̠̬̺̜̺͉̜͎̪̠͙͖m͇͚͇ͪͦ͌ͦ̂̅ͩͦ͋͒̽̌̏͂͂ͤ͑̔ͧ̕͜͝͞ͅ8̬͓̙̤̙̪͕͎̰͙͂ͯ̾͋͋̌̃ͩ̔̑ͫ̉ͤ̅̒̏́́ͅ
#10
gr87 post m87
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#11
now this is what i call a quality thread

as for tardigrades, thay are prolly the toughest mofos on this planet. mr t is like a fruit coctail drinking pansy to them

Tardigrades are able to survive in extreme environments that would kill almost any other animal, including:

Temperature – tardigrades can survive being heated for a few minutes to 151 °C (304 °F),[26] or being chilled for days at −200 °C (-328 °F).[26] Some can even survive cooling to −272 °C (~1 degree above absolute zero or -458 °F)[27] for a few minutes.

Pressure – they can withstand the extremely low pressure of a vacuum and also very high pressures, more than 1,200 times atmospheric pressure. Tardigrades can survive the vacuum of open space and solar radiation combined for at least 10 days.[28] Some species can also withstand pressure of 6,000 atmospheres, which is nearly six times the pressure of water in the deepest ocean trench, the Mariana trench.[18]

Dehydration – the longest that living tardigrades have been shown to survive in a dry state is nearly 10 years,[8][29] although there is one report of a leg movement, not generally considered "survival",[30] in a 120-year-old specimen from dried moss.[31] When exposed to extremely low temperatures, their body composition goes from 85% water to only 3%. As water expands upon freezing, dehydration ensures the tardigrades do not get ripped apart by the freezing ice.[32]

Radiation – tardigrades can withstand 1,000 times more radiation than other animals,[33] median lethal doses of 5,000 Gy (of gamma rays) and 6,200 Gy (of heavy ions) in hydrated animals (5 to 10 Gy could be fatal to a human).[34] The only explanation found in earlier experiments for this ability was that their lowered water state provides fewer reactants for the ionizing radiation.[35] However, subsequent research found that tardigrades, when hydrated, still remain highly resistant to shortwave UV radiation in comparison to other animals, and that one factor for this is their ability to efficiently repair damage to their DNA resulting from that exposure.[36]
Irradiation of tardigrade eggs collected directly from a natural substrate (moss) showed a clear dose-related response, with a steep decline in hatchability at doses up to 4 kGy, above which no eggs hatched.[37] The eggs were more tolerant to radiation late in development. No eggs irradiated at the early developmental stage hatched, and only one egg at middle stage hatched, while eggs irradiated in the late stage hatched at a rate indistinguishable from controls.[37]

Environmental toxins – tardigrades can undergo chemobiosis, a cryptobiotic response to high levels of environmental toxins. However, as of 2001, these laboratory results have yet to be verified.[30][31]

Outer space – tardigrades are the first known animal to survive in space. On September 2007, dehydrated tardigrades were taken into low Earth orbit on the FOTON-M3 mission carrying the BIOPAN astrobiology payload. For 10 days, groups of tardigrades were exposed to the hard vacuum of outer space, or vacuum and solar UV radiation.[3][38][39] After being rehydrated back on Earth, over 68% of the subjects protected from high-energy UV radiation revived within 30 minutes following rehydration, but subsequent mortality was high; many of these produced viable embryos.[28][40] In contrast, dehydrated samples exposed to the combined effect of vacuum and full solar UV radiation had significantly reduced survival, with only three subjects of Milnesium tardigradum surviving.[28] In May 2011, Italian scientists sent tardigrades on board the International Space Station along with other extremophiles on STS-134, the final flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour.[41][42][43] Their conclusion was that microgravity and cosmic radiation "did not significantly affect survival of tardigrades in flight, confirming that tardigrades represent a useful animal for space research."[44] In November 2011, they were among the organisms to be sent by the US-based Planetary Society on the Russian Fobos-Grunt mission's Living Interplanetary Flight Experiment to Phobos; however, the launch failed. It remains unclear whether tardigrade specimens survived the failed launch.


Gozd in gora poj,
silen ženimo hrup,
uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#12
It remains unclear whether tardigrade specimens survived the failed launch.


You know they did
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#13
yeah and now the little demi-gods are pissed at us for sending them to some shitty deserted moon. gj scientists


Gozd in gora poj,
silen ženimo hrup,
uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#14
Quote by JamSessionFreak
yeah and now the little demi-gods are pissed at us for sending them to some shitty deserted moon. gj scientists

The failed launch is the fault of engineers, not scientists.
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Don't go ninjerin nobody don't need ninjerin'
#15
The mushroom, from its point of view, is an elder life-form, and as such it offers its tempering experience to a vibrant but naive child-race standing for the first time on the brink of flight to the stars. As our imagination has striven outward to attempt to encompass the possibility of the intelligent Other somewhere in the starry galaxy, so has the Other, observing this, revealed itself to be among us, when we are in the psilocybin trance, as an aspect of ourselves. In the phenomenon of Stropharia cubensis, we are confronted with an intelligent and seemingly alien life-form, not as we commonly imagine it, but an intelligent alien life nevertheless.

My own reaction to the mushroom's claims concerning the extraterrestrial origin of tryptamine hallucinogens and the visions they bear has taken many forms. I think it is possible that certain of these compounds could be 'seeded genes' injected into the planetary ecology aeons ago by an automated space-probe arriving here from a civilization somewhere else in the galaxy. Such genes could have been carried along in the genome of a mushroom or some other plant, awaiting only the advent of another intelligence and its discovery of them to begin reading out a message that opens with the bizarre dimension familiar to shamans everywhere. The point of such a message could only be made clear when those for whom the message was intended had advanced to a sufficient level of technical achievement to appreciate it. The exponential growth of analytical tools and methods over the past century may indicate that we are now approaching such a level. I speculate that the final content of the message will be instructions--it will be called a 'discovery'--of how to build a matter-transmitter or some other device that will allow us direct contact with the civilization that sent the message-bearing hallucinogen genes to Earth so many aeons ago.
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#17
sup zalgo
Quote by muffinduck01
Yeah......

Nothing wakes you up faster then that feeling of warm shit where it shouldn't be.


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Bumpety

My GF just rammed my butt hole for like 10 minutes with a lubed up drumstick
#18
Quote by sam b
u̴ͬ̾ͪ͌̅̅̒̈̏͏̵̣̯͎͓̱̺̯̱̳̻̝̘̠͔̮͔̀͞ ̘͖̰̱͓̫̫̬͒̒͛̑̏ͯ̾̓̕͜͝͞w̨͆ͦ͒͗͟͡͏̷̺̳̹̣̩̟̲̩̬͍̥̝ǒ̧̱̼̘͈̗̟̠̞̝̮̦ͧ̅́̃̂̒́̕͟ͅt̑̍̏͌ͧ̎͛̍̔ͣ̓̆͛̑̄̉̉͗͟͏̵̛̺͈͎̦̗͎͚͞ ͐ͮ̅͛͊͊͛͐̂̂͛ͨ͟͠҉̶̠̯̭̠̬̺̜̺͉̜͎̪̠͙͖m͇͚͇ͪͦ͌ͦ̂̅ͩͦ͋͒̽̌̏͂͂ͤ͑̔ͧ̕͜͝͞ͅ8̬͓̙̤̙̪͕͎̰͙͂ͯ̾͋͋̌̃ͩ̔̑ͫ̉ͤ̅̒̏́́ͅ




^as you can see, the Earth's magnetic fields have a tendency to skew oncoming text.