File this one under “oh dear god no.”

Bored of being in a dark room, she flips on the light, opens the door and bails.

This particular episode takes place at 1am. We were startled out of bed by a loud THWAP! Making sure there were no zombies, I put her back in the room, and set up the camera.

This is why we keep doors locked with her around. We don't need her harassing the neighbors.

To answer some commonly seen questions… No, there is nobody else in the room with her. Nobody propped her up. She learned how to open doors years ago of her own accord, and continued to do so.

via Jenner on Vimeo via Buzzfeed

Too lazy to dig out the images in this, but this photo essay about walled cities is really incredible. The Dutch!

Eric sent me this to cheer me up. I laughed out loud. Really loud.

“Two Chips” / An Animated Short from Adam Patch

Bay Of Biscay In Bloom // NASA GSFC

When conditions are just right in the Bay of Biscay, the body of water nestled in the elbow crook between western France and northern Spain, huge blooms of phytoplankton begin to emerge. The marine microorganisms live in the bay all year, but in the spring, the combination of more sunlight, warmer waters and an influx of nutrients carried by ocean currents and freshwater rivers swollen with melted snow creates explosive blooms–those multi-colored swirls in the water.

The massive population explosion is big enough to see from space, and NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image with the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) earlier this month. The blooms usually die down by May, so this might be one of the last swirly-marine-life photos we get this year.

via NASA via Popular Science

So cool! From my mom:

Via Reddit via Eric…it gets funnier and funnier the longer I watch. And I cant. Stop. Watching.

The Zhangye Danxia Landform in Gansu province, China. Wow.



I laughed all the way through. And yeah, I’m totally seeing this on Friday.

I recommend you watch it fullscreen. Prepare to me amazed at 2:00 in.

From the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz to the Bay Lights at night, see the Bay Area's most iconic locations like you've never seen them before. Shot in 4K/"Ultra-HD," Teton Gravity Research presents the first footage from their new RED Epic-equipped gyrostabilized camera platform: The GSS C520. The GSS C520 is a portable 5-axis system that houses a range of leading digital cinema cameras, like the Epic and Sony F55, while also capable of integrating future advancements in camera technology.

Directed by: Todd Jones
Aerial DP: Carston Bell
First AC: Brian Wulf
Editor: Blake Campbell
Produced by: Teton Gravity Research

By StarRovias—more on deviantART.

BioShock

SimCity 4

LA Noire

Yesterday at 1:30pm:

classin' up spring break

This morning at 1:30am:

opening some wine at 1:30 am

I…yeah. Too cute. Too. Cute.

capybara snuggles cat

via Eric

kitten?

via Mo

the hotel

Inside the central train station in Sofia, Bulgaria — by miuenski