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4chan M&M Duel

4chan M&M Duel Throwback to my proudest internet moment 14 hrs agoWholesome Compilation for dndxplain 15 hrs agoWhen you don't have any armor but you need the XP 18 hrs agoHello Darkness my old friend.22 hrs agoUncle Vinnie's Slightly Used Dank (Pics) #12 21 hrs agoAnon writes som Shakespeareian level poetry 18 hrs agoThis ad is just.

Ay caramba! Scientists think they’ve found Bart (and hidden ice) on asteroid

Ay caramba! Scientists think they’ve found Bart (and hidden ice) on asteroid Scientists have discovered a variety of landslides on the Texas-sized asteroid Ceres thanks to images captured by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft.The most common landslides, Type II, are thinner, shallower, and longer than Type I, resembling avalanches found on Earth and Mars.

These giant, beautiful icebergs are actually signs of a warm Arctic winter

These giant, beautiful icebergs are actually signs of a warm Arctic winter There giant, floating mountains of ice are part of what's known as "Iceberg Alley" and they represent climate change.The icebergs, which have been spotted off the coast of Canada, have become a big tourist attraction.

Historical photos part 2017 BC

Historical photos part 2017 BC 1958 George Orwell's passport photo from his time as a colonial police officer in Burma.1954 1927: The USS Langley, the United States Navy's first aircraft carrier, seven years into service 1964 South Africa - S.

Fire, Ice, Earth and Air.

Fire, Ice, Earth and Air. Dragon Ball Multiverse 1307-1309 16 mns agoUncle Vinnie's Slightly Used Dank (Pics) #23 27 mns ago"Would you date someone who is obese?" 29 mns agoBill Nye The Mouthpiece Guy 29 mns agoWhen you don't know if a door is push or pull 33 mns ago/pol/lak reveals his power level.

Scientists Unravel the Mystery of Antarctica's Blood Falls

Scientists Unravel the Mystery of Antarctica's Blood Falls However, geologist Griffith Taylor was made of sterner stuff when he discovered Blood Falls in the early 1900s.This flow of red liquid on Taylor Glacier in Antarctica has been perplexing scientists since it was discovered, but they’ve finally figured it out.