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theunknownmary:

Life is filled with too many drugs…

theunknownmary:

Life is filled with too many drugs…

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mapsontheweb:

Global carbon dioxide emissions

mapsontheweb:

Global carbon dioxide emissions

(Source: Ars Technica)


amiranizer:

Bill Steer on stage with CARCASS, early 90’s

amiranizer:

Bill Steer on stage with CARCASS, early 90’s

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peppermintbabe69:

Acid Witch & Nunslaughter - Spooky [7”-Split-EP], 2014

peppermintbabe69:

Acid Witch & Nunslaughter - Spooky [7”-Split-EP], 2014

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maptacular:

Mapping the future of sea-level rise on the Potomac, the Chesapeake and the Atlantic
“Climate Central on Tuesday released new maps for the District, Maryland, Virginia and Delaware cataloguing flood risk from climate change. The topline news is that roughly $42 billion worth of property in the region lies within 5 feet of current high tide and is therefore likely to be inundated by storm-related flooding within the next few decades as sea levels rise.
But the maps are more interesting for their local details than for the broad sweep of data. The organization of scientists and journalists is mapping flood risk on the entire U.S. coast, taking note of every school, police station, hospital, museum, roadway and environmental hazard. So it’s worth poking around to see what’s likely to get hit at various flood levels.”
Via The Washington Post

maptacular:

Mapping the future of sea-level rise on the Potomac, the Chesapeake and the Atlantic

Climate Central on Tuesday released new maps for the District, Maryland, Virginia and Delaware cataloguing flood risk from climate change. The topline news is that roughly $42 billion worth of property in the region lies within 5 feet of current high tide and is therefore likely to be inundated by storm-related flooding within the next few decades as sea levels rise.

But the maps are more interesting for their local details than for the broad sweep of data. The organization of scientists and journalists is mapping flood risk on the entire U.S. coast, taking note of every school, police station, hospital, museum, roadway and environmental hazard. So it’s worth poking around to see what’s likely to get hit at various flood levels.”

Via The Washington Post

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fuckyeahmotorhead:

Its Philthys 60ths birthday! Happy Bday Phil!

fuckyeahmotorhead:

Its Philthys 60ths birthday! Happy Bday Phil!


mapsontheweb:

Languages and dialects of Europe

mapsontheweb:

Languages and dialects of Europe

(Source: stratfor.com)


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