last updated
09/27/14:

Work: M-F 8:30AM - 5PM ; 1040 deadline looming/under pressure until 10/15/14.

Currently: misc mixtapes; working on post for "Founders Era AU Week"; working on short levihan and rivetra fanmixes; thinking about doing some writing exercises involving a character and 10 songs; setting up new rp blogs; prepping for NaNoWriMo.
VA: editing auditions, editing rp replies.
IRL: mini-vacation/afh under the night of 09/28/14.

TV: Outlander (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) ; Sleepy Hollow (2x1, 2x2) ; Game of Thrones (season 4)
Anime: --
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul (1)
Cartoons: --

See schedule page for more!

Playlist

01. Coffee - Sylvan Esso
02. Ain't That A Shame - Gaslight Anthem
03. Dancing (KRONO remix) - Aaron Smith
04. Hide (Tropkillaz remix) - N.A.S.A.
05. Outset - Vyking
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CURRENT MOON

A Full Circle Rainbow over Australia  via NASA http://ift.tt/YK2ZQn
 Have you ever seen an entire rainbow? From the ground, typically, only the top portion of a rainbow is visible because directions toward the ground have fewer raindrops. From the air, though, the entire 360 degree circle of a rainbow is more commonly visible. Pictured here, a full circle rainbow was captured over Cottesloe Beach near Perth, Australia last year by a helicopter flying between a setting sun and a downpour. An observer-dependent phenomenon primarily caused by the internal reflection of sunlight by raindrops, the 84-degree diameter rainbow followed the helicopter, intact, for about 5 kilometers. As a bonus, a second rainbow that was more faint and color-reversed was visible outside the first.

A Full Circle Rainbow over Australia via NASA http://ift.tt/YK2ZQn

Have you ever seen an entire rainbow? From the ground, typically, only the top portion of a rainbow is visible because directions toward the ground have fewer raindrops. From the air, though, the entire 360 degree circle of a rainbow is more commonly visible. Pictured here, a full circle rainbow was captured over Cottesloe Beach near Perth, Australia last year by a helicopter flying between a setting sun and a downpour. An observer-dependent phenomenon primarily caused by the internal reflection of sunlight by raindrops, the 84-degree diameter rainbow followed the helicopter, intact, for about 5 kilometers. As a bonus, a second rainbow that was more faint and color-reversed was visible outside the first.

Unusual Rocks near Pahrump Hills on Mars    via NASA http://ift.tt/1qMzGmG
 How did these Martian rocks form? As the robotic Curiosity rover has approached Pahrump Hills on Mars, it has seen an interesting and textured landscape dotted by some unusual rocks. The featured image shows a curiously round rock spanning about two centimeters across. Seemingly a larger version of numerous spherules dubbed blueberries found by the Opportunity rover on Mars in 2004, what caused this roundness remains unknown. Possibilities include frequent tumbling in flowing water, sprayed molten rock in a volcanic eruption, or a concretion mechanism. The inset image, taken a few days later, shows another small but unusually shaped rock structure. As Curiosity rolls around and up Mount Sharp, different layers of the landscape will be imaged and studied to better understand the ancient history of the region and to investigate whether Mars could once have harbored life.

Unusual Rocks near Pahrump Hills on Mars via NASA http://ift.tt/1qMzGmG

How did these Martian rocks form? As the robotic Curiosity rover has approached Pahrump Hills on Mars, it has seen an interesting and textured landscape dotted by some unusual rocks. The featured image shows a curiously round rock spanning about two centimeters across. Seemingly a larger version of numerous spherules dubbed blueberries found by the Opportunity rover on Mars in 2004, what caused this roundness remains unknown. Possibilities include frequent tumbling in flowing water, sprayed molten rock in a volcanic eruption, or a concretion mechanism. The inset image, taken a few days later, shows another small but unusually shaped rock structure. As Curiosity rolls around and up Mount Sharp, different layers of the landscape will be imaged and studied to better understand the ancient history of the region and to investigate whether Mars could once have harbored life.