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  3. blizzard-bells:

    egbertitties:

    atomicpowered:

    gr0sse:

    higashizawa:

    remember that sasuke figurine that could hold up like literally fucking anythign

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    And my personal favorite

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    ARE YOU KIDDING ME

    I had to reblog this, I’m sorry

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  4. insectlove:

briargeese: Moth on a feather

    insectlove:

    briargeese: Moth on a feather

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  5. curiosamathematica:

The Wallace-Bolyai-Gerwien theorem states that any two polygons are equidecomposable: it is possible to cut any polygon into finitely many polygonal pieces and then rearrange them to obtain any other polygon.
The theorem doesn’t rely on the axiom of choice (unlike, for example, the more famous Banach-Tarski decomposition). Moreover, the decomposition and rearrangement (which consists of rotations and translations only) can by carried out “physically”: the pieces can, in theory, be cut with scissors from paper and reassembled by hand.
The problem about whether a hinged dissection exists, such as the ones in the animation, remained open until 2007. The paper Hinged Dissections Exist presents a method which always works to find a hinged dissection.

    curiosamathematica:

    The Wallace-Bolyai-Gerwien theorem states that any two polygons are equidecomposable: it is possible to cut any polygon into finitely many polygonal pieces and then rearrange them to obtain any other polygon.

    The theorem doesn’t rely on the axiom of choice (unlike, for example, the more famous Banach-Tarski decomposition). Moreover, the decomposition and rearrangement (which consists of rotations and translations only) can by carried out “physically”: the pieces can, in theory, be cut with scissors from paper and reassembled by hand.

    The problem about whether a hinged dissection exists, such as the ones in the animation, remained open until 2007. The paper Hinged Dissections Exist presents a method which always works to find a hinged dissection.

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  6. Warlocks have been able to turn into a buff winged demon for coming up to four expansions and it still doesn’t have a female model

    if you want to be visibly girl in your alternate form (which you occupy quite a lot of the time) you have to pick the glyph that means you don’t get a unique model at all, and it just pastes horns and wings onto your usual character appearance

    Tagged: #world of warcraft #bad game for nerds
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  7. Level 100 Feral Druid talent with an alternate Cat Form model for each race.

    world-of-warcraft-here:

    Tauren/Lion

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    Troll/Tiger

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    Night Elf/Panther

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    Worgen/Snow Leopard

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    in warlords of draenor, druids can pick a talent that permanently turns their cat form into a buff furry, instead of some kind of panther/lion

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    Tagged: #there's no female model #obviously #I mean #why would there be #world of warcraft
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  10. consultingasshat said: I LOVE YOUR BLOG SOOOO SO MUCH OMG COULD YOU DRAW A COMIC INVOLVING MERMAIDS AND MAYBE A DRAGON FOR ME

    floccinaucinihilipilificationa:

    I HAVE THE HEADCANON THAT DRAGONS THINK THAT MERMAIDS ARE SUPER COOL BECAUSE THEY LIVE IN WATER AND STUFF

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