Plenty of Jellyfish (and other science facts)

rektas:

papa-khan:

What the fuck this is supposed to be fallout? xD

yeah sounds about right

I just completed my last and most difficult English course for my minor. All you need to know is that on the last grade assessment provided by our prof, it contained the words “Pokemon”, “Great Work”, and “A+”.

GET TO KNOW ME MEME: 5 favourite movies [4/5]
↳ The Heat (2013) - 'I'll shut the door on you. You lay down here and put your head in the door. And I'll slam it about 157,000 times.'

hotandcoldaf:

seventhdoctor:

science-doyourstuff:

As VGCG pointed out, I did a TC:UTK LP once.

http://lparchive.org/Trauma-Center-Under-the-Knife/

Maybe you should read it if you have nothing better to do.

Still recommending this 1000%.

If you’re at all remotely interested in Trauma Center this LP is great and informative, with background on some of the stuff in the game and commentary/extra info/real-life analogues of the crazy video game viruses from an actual med student.

If you’re not remotely interested, please give it a chance because Trauma Center is a great and terrifically fun game and series even as it flies defiantly in the face of actual medicine 70% of the time and I love it a lot! Even if some of the operations are brutal enough to make me want to throw my game device/console.

Can confirm, damn good and interesting LP.



Awww you guys, geez. Thanks. :)

idk-king:

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I am so sorry, Oliver.

As VGCG pointed out, I did a TC:UTK LP once.

http://lparchive.org/Trauma-Center-Under-the-Knife/

Maybe you should read it if you have nothing better to do.

jaq-attack:

science-doyourstuff:

jaq-attack:

I’M A DOCTOR NOT A BOMB TECH FUCK THIS GAME

OF COURSE YOU ARE, you went through three years of anime doctor school where they minor in laser pointers. That’s all you need for this mission. Excellent, are you playing the Wii one?

I HAVE BEEN DOING THIS FOR AN HOUR. I HAVE BLOWN EVERYONE UP LIKE SIX TIMES. KILL ME.

(Yes I am and I regret every second)

aw man fuck that mission, it’s awful on my nerves. Past turning it down to easy (which isn’t easy) there’s no easy way.

Only advice I can give is to start out burning the panels that are about 3 spaces away from any red panels, the red panels will never travel more than to their neighbours at any time, at least at first. Also they all flash three times until they switch (on Normal, I think? May be the same for easy, just slower), so once they start flashing you can burn its neighbours away with reckless abandon.

Just try doing it one at a time, starting only on the first blink, no rush. Also near the end part when they are almost all gone, never try hitting it when none of them are glowing red, because then it will appear red at random the next round and you might kill yourself. Also, I know it works, but don’t try hitting the panels unless they are right in front of you or else it might read that you hit the core, even if you didn’t.

Also, don’t be afraid to use the healing touch, especially at the end when the core is exposed. It makes it extremely easy. Go slow, you have a whole thirty seconds to finish the core off, and with the healing touch you have over a minute. You only need to fry it for three seconds total at the end.

Good luck!

jaq-attack:

I’M A DOCTOR NOT A BOMB TECH FUCK THIS GAME

OF COURSE YOU ARE, you went through three years of anime doctor school where they minor in laser pointers. That’s all you need for this mission. Excellent, are you playing the Wii one?

Sophie, the girl, is given a spell and transformed into an old woman. It would be a lie to say that turning young again would mean living happily ever after. I didn’t want to say that. I didn’t want to make it seem like turning old was such a bad thing — the idea was that maybe she’ll have learned something by being old for a while, and, when she is actually old, make a better grandma. Anyway, as Sophie gets older, she gets more pep. And she says what’s on her mind. She is transformed from a shy, mousy little girl to a blunt, honest woman. It’s not a motif you see often, and, especially with an old woman taking up the whole screen, it’s a big theatrical risk. But it’s a delusion that being young means you’re happy.

Hayao Miyazaki, on what attracted him to Howl’s Moving Castle

The Auteur of Anime by Margaret Talbot: “The New Yorker” (January 17th, 2005) 

(via m-azing)