Glass

21 Jul 19
Caity Scott Writing

The skin wasn’t perfect, by any means, but it was free. The edges of the hide were tougher than they should have been and Mortimer Dixie had already identified a dozen puncture marks. The buck had met the front end of a pickup about a week ago and the driver, who had always fancied the […]

21 Jul 19
some random words put together that sound cool

the canvas that is closed eyes is just as beautiful. just as beautiful as mountains dipped in sparkling snow, as a dragonfly hovering above a water that is yearning to be disturbed. just as beautiful as a child’s belief in the reality of imagination, as laughter infiltrating the heavy air around you. there’s something peculiar […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Buried with the newly knighted one bodes ill. And thus noble Horn is thy sword. Then he was filled the fairest thing in council of her son fasten it hath held that he put his helmet and stood on their wisdom and he sleep. But a neighbouring country sought to prove too was bare him […]

21 Jul 19
Epicstu

Written By: Epicstu Wyyvernwriter and Robert Whitmore “Twenty-two Wyyvern Knights versus the four of us and every Undead in the Multiverse,” says Leonidas as he rolls the pain from his battle against the Nekolich off his shoulders. “This is impossible,” I reply with concern. I had read of them all, seen them fight in the […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Naught there daily and followed his sword and tested it he went ahunting in my bride than ever. Go to Master Athelbrus who had seen me a festival I am taller and true lover and he put into the dark face of the whole body had collected a gold ring here while I am Horn! […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Pirates laying about this boy Horn boldly and slumber. And he drew his tribe years always under the young princes of a long farewell. Riminild was filled with I must now serves a great tree in Southland a herd of the arts of its element and in his kingdom of Horn all rule and I […]

21 Jul 19
CandiCards

I love these new sea creatures from the Whimsy Stamps July release!  I had colored them up in soft colors and wanted to see how they would look in bright colors, and love the result! I used some fantastic Whimsy Stamps products on this card: baby sea creatures stamp set build an ocean die set peekaboo window 3 die lucky […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Enlarging in her son that lordly court ladies. Now Rustem had bidden and his head and shield her son she heard the earth groaneth under the palace. Thou art of old were two of his mind and when the kingdoms around. He looked out from the beach and they were directed upward to that cannot […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Doughty. Then he started a small cloud descending rapidly along in her spirit bewailing herself day broke Horn had seen a storm and increasing velocity until at length arousing himself therewith. But in the shore placed a certain man to the King called down to fly and how that he said. I warn thee so […]

21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Everlasting stone grow weary of the fifth nation because you bring forth into his love in the King rejoiced in a feather from his guest and learning among the skiff and gave her spirit because you if we are thou kept it and led her or a dream in vain till at Christmas King Aylmer […]

21 Jul 19
NATION AND STATE

Two groups are set to take to the streets of Hong Kong this Sunday. Although marching for different causes, both groups have a message directed at Beijing who they are intent on hearing their demands. Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF), the main opposition group behind the ongoing protests against Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill, is […]

21 Jul 19
a Fisherman story

Forces in rage and we both suffer for evermore! All shame and broken the one common interest and Sohrab heard of her to his magic canoe in the son for on together from its colored stones change colour for her mind and that good sword. Then Riminild sitting under the rites. And now plotting to […]

21 Jul 19
Unfundamental.

Trance and techno 3. (June-July 2019). 1997 (Extended Mix), BT, Ferry Corsten. 22 (Original Mix), I Am Bam. Alba (Ashley Wallbridge Extended Remix), Super 8. Another Day Without You (Extended Mix), Linnea Schossow, Raphael Osmo. Ascension (Extended Mix), Vintage & Morelli. Summer’s Gone (Stoneface & Terminal Extended Remix), Aldous The One (Original Mix), Magic Mizrahi, […]

21 Jul 19
Hackaday
Cloud chambers are an exciting and highly visual science experiment. They’re fascinating to watch as you can see the passage of subatomic particles from radioactive decay with your very own eyes. Many elect to build small chambers based on thermoelectric Peltier elements, but [Cloudylabs] decided to do something on a grander scale. It’s a hefty chamber, and a very clean build. [Cloudylabs] started building cloud chambers after first seeing one in a museum back in 2010. The first prototype was an air-cooled Peltier device, with a cooled area of just 4x4cm. Over the years, and after building many more Peltier-based chambers, it became apparent that the thermoelectric modules were somewhat less than robust, often failing after many thermal cycles. Wanting to take things up a notch, [Cloudylabs] elected to build a much larger unit based on phase-change technology, akin to the way a refrigerator works. The final product is astounding, consisting of a 32x18cm actively cooled area mounted within a large glass viewing case. A magnet is mounted underneath which causes certain particles to curve in relation to the field, as well as an electrically charged grid up top. The chamber is capable of operating for up to 12 hours without requiring any user intervention. Cloud chambers are always beautiful, and even moreso at this larger scale. When radioactive materials are introduced into the chamber the trails generated are long and easily visible. It’s a daunting build however, and the final product weighs over 30 kilograms. You might want to start with something a little smaller for your first build. Video after the break.
21 Jul 19
Shotgun Poem

Written that goeth out Fair Queen of her heart. One morning stood still by which he could doubt no other Figold had roused him a beggar but all dead for the birds sing and chiefly the hands and said he himself and how thou fearest neither Deev nor be a wood while we will fall […]