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August 20 2017

“I want food”

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Yellowstone currently leaks around 6GW in heat,” Wilcox says. “Through drilling in this way, it could be used to create a geothermal plant, which generates electric power at extremely competitive prices of around $0.10/kWh. You would have to give the geothermal companies incentives to drill somewhat deeper and use hotter water than they usually would, but you would pay back your initial investment, and get electricity which can power the surrounding area for a period of potentially tens of thousands of years. And the long-term benefit is that you prevent a future supervolcano eruption which would devastate humanity.
BBC - Future - Nasa’s ambitious plan to save Earth from a supervolcano
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A Vegan Horror Story
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BIRD: I eat things your size, but not like you
CAT: I eat things like you, but not your size



passionatelyawesome:

1128nesecret:

cyclonemetal:

"well, it seems we are at an impasse."

"so we are. carry on, cat"

"same to you, bird."

They literally were in an awkward situation

I love how the bird leaves like “well, I best be hitting the dusty trail”

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friendly-neighborhood-hitler:

triss19:

brunz:

when the season’s grain yield is good and your family can afford a loaf of bread this week

the comment section is a gift 

youtube comments: not always a mistake.

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Fast & Furious 6 , by Chris Morgan, 2013
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