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"Let's believe that if we all stand together, we're a force that could shake the whole world."

Sulley, you’re not supposed to name it. Once you name it, you start getting attached to it. Now put that thing back where it came from or so help me.

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make me choose
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anonymous asked: hogsmeade or diagon alley

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Top: With a loud roar and a flash of fire, a Seawolf missile erupts from its launcher aboard HMS Iron Duke and Bottom: The Seawolf missile is tracked from the ops room onboard HMS Iron Duke [Pictures: Petty Officer Airman (Photographer) Carl Osmond, Crown copyright]

HMS Iron Duke is the first ship in the Fleet to receive the new Artisan radar. Last year, she also received the latest version of Seawolf – which has protected Royal Navy frigates for more than 30 years. It can now track – and destroy – a target the size of a cricket ball travelling at 3 times the speed of sound. 

Iron Duke was travelling back to Portsmouth, following 8 weeks of training, when the new Artisan and Seawolf were tested for the first time. Artisan, able to track up to 800 targets simultaneously, successfully tracked a sea-skimming target then passed the data to the Seawolf system. 

The launched missile then followed and successfully blasted the object out of the sky with a direct hit. 

This is how alcohol looks under the microscope:

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A company called Bevshots has produced a series of shots of booze under the microscope at the Florida State University’s chemistry labs.

Molecules at 1000x Magnification

Champagne:

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Dry Martini:

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Margarita:

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Pina Colada:

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Sake:

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Scotch:

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Tequila:

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Vodka:

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someone make dresses out of these patterns

holy cow

VODKA IS A PEACOCK YES

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I LITERALLY SCREAMED THIS IS PERFECT



BEAUTIFUL GOOOLD!~

excuse me, aren’t you forgetting the most fabulous princess


oh no it got better


MY GOODNESS YOU’RE RIGHT

no one’s chest sparkles like Gaston’s

MY EYES

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA 

And I’m dead from laughing so much

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the greatest movie of all time

That one kid that just drops in the last one

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