The octopus is a cynical sort. He hardly believes in anything really. Except for flying saucers. He hopes that one will take him out of here, shortly.
Ask me if I care. I do.
I sometimes post octopusses, sometimes robots or elephants or landscapes or archery or mermaids, sometimes something else altogether, but mostly, girls with braids and pretty clothes. I like dresses. Please send me some. Or better yet, come for a visit with a nice one on.
I intend to live forever. So far, so good.
Heard this song for the first time while high as fuck on acid… I think… Or was it mushrooms? Either way… It was EPIC SHIT. And now I cant stop listening to it.
Aphrodites Child- Four Horsemen
Big T-Rex outside Drumheller information centre. Drumheller, Alberta is the the capitol of paleontological research of North America.
New light has been shed on the diet and food acquisition strategies of some of the earliest human ancestors in Africa, according to a new study led by Baylor University.
Early tool making humans, known as Oldowan hominin, started to exhibit a number of physiological and ecological adaptations beginning around two million years ago. These adaptations, including an increase in brain and body size, heavier investment in their offspring and significant home-range expansion, required greater daily energy expenditures. How these early humans acquired the extra energy to sustain these major shifts has been the subject of much debate among researchers.