nikkibot3000:

return-victorious:

thebatsecho:

Patch I got today

Omg nikkibot3000

holy crap I want ten

nikkibot3000:

return-victorious:

thebatsecho:

Patch I got today

Omg nikkibot3000

holy crap I want ten

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Feather Collar - I by xKimJoanne
Loss by DustinPanzino
 Dsc6815 by le-miracle

No sight so sad as that of a naughty child," he began, "especially a naughty little girl. Do you know where the wicked go after death?"

"They go to hell," was my ready and orthodox answer.

"And what is hell? Can you tell me that?"

"A pit full of fire."

"And should you like to fall into that pit, and to be burning there for ever?"

"No, sir."

"What must you do to avoid it?"

I deliberated a moment: my answer, when it did come was objectionable: “I must keep in good health and not die.

Charlotte Brönte. (via fuckyeahjaneeyre)

(Source: oompaloompaa, via fyeahgothicromance)

ghoulnextdoor:

Foggy Entrance by intao on deviantART
mothernaturenetwork:

The sun flashes jack-o’-lantern grin in this uncanny NASA photoA haunting face reminiscent of a carved jack-o’-lantern emerges from the active regions of the sun’s corona in this image captured on Oct. 8 by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory. According to NASA, “the active regions appear brighter because those are areas that emit more light and energy — markers of an intense and complex set of magnetic fields hovering in the sun’s atmosphere, the corona.”

mothernaturenetwork:

The sun flashes jack-o’-lantern grin in this uncanny NASA photo
A haunting face reminiscent of a carved jack-o’-lantern emerges from the active regions of the sun’s corona in this image captured on Oct. 8 by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory.
 
According to NASA, “the active regions appear brighter because those are areas that emit more light and energy — markers of an intense and complex set of magnetic fields hovering in the sun’s atmosphere, the corona.”

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ri-science:

Today is Ada Lovelace Day, celebrating women in STEM
Ada Lovelace is widely held to have been the first computer programmer. Close friends with inventor Charles Babbage, she was intrigued by his Analytical Engine and in 1842 translated a description of it by Italian mathematician Luigi Menabrea. Babbage asked her to expand the article, “as she understood [it] so well”, and this was when she wrote several early ‘computer programs’ a 100 years before the first computers were built. 
Ada Lovelace Day is an international day of celebration helping people learn about the achievements of women in STEM, inspiring others and creating new role models for young and old alike.
Ada herself was an inspiration to many including Michael Faraday.
On the 10 June 1840, Ada Lovelace sent a copy of her portrait to Michael Faraday with a note saying

'Dear Mr. Faraday,
Mr Babbage tells me that you have expressed a wish to possess one of the engravings of me, by which I feel exceedingly flattered, & hope you will accept one that we still happen to have by us.
I am sorry that there is no proof left, to which I might have put my signature.
 Believe me, yours very truly
 Augusta Ada Lovelace
 St James’ Square

Faraday liked to collect images of people he met or were acquainted with so this etching was gratefully received into his collection. 
This was the start of a friendship and admiration which lasted till until Ada’s death in 1852 at the age of 36.

It really tickles me that the goth community has like adopted Ada Lovelace, possibly because of an attachment to her father. 

ri-science:

Today is Ada Lovelace Day, celebrating women in STEM

Ada Lovelace is widely held to have been the first computer programmer. Close friends with inventor Charles Babbage, she was intrigued by his Analytical Engine and in 1842 translated a description of it by Italian mathematician Luigi Menabrea. Babbage asked her to expand the article, “as she understood [it] so well”, and this was when she wrote several early ‘computer programs’ a 100 years before the first computers were built. 

Ada Lovelace Day is an international day of celebration helping people learn about the achievements of women in STEM, inspiring others and creating new role models for young and old alike.

Ada herself was an inspiration to many including Michael Faraday.

On the 10 June 1840, Ada Lovelace sent a copy of her portrait to Michael Faraday with a note saying

'Dear Mr. Faraday,

Mr Babbage tells me that you have expressed a wish to possess one of the engravings of me, by which I feel exceedingly flattered, & hope you will accept one that we still happen to have by us.

I am sorry that there is no proof left, to which I might have put my signature.

 Believe me, yours very truly

 Augusta Ada Lovelace

 St James’ Square

Faraday liked to collect images of people he met or were acquainted with so this etching was gratefully received into his collection.

This was the start of a friendship and admiration which lasted till until Ada’s death in 1852 at the age of 36.

It really tickles me that the goth community has like adopted Ada Lovelace, possibly because of an attachment to her father. 

(via fyeahgothicromance)

shitgothssay:

mouseborg:

lolgoths:

upthecyberpunx:

theeverydaygoth:

shitgothssay:

I’m gonna piss myself!  *not my art; I’m not this funny. Can’t find the artist online.*

Artist, anyone?

It was submitted to lolgoths by someone who wasn’t identified - might ask them.

Done by
mouseborg
:)

Yes, it was me!

YAY! thank you for this creation :)

shitgothssay:

mouseborg:

lolgoths:

upthecyberpunx:

theeverydaygoth:

shitgothssay:

I’m gonna piss myself!
*not my art; I’m not this funny. Can’t find the artist online.*

Artist, anyone?

It was submitted to lolgoths by someone who wasn’t identified - might ask them.

Done by
mouseborg
:)

Yes, it was me!

YAY! thank you for this creation :)