Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.

➔ Bilder von der Bauchfletscher-WM

Was ein Haufen Bekloppter. Herrlich!


(via blogrebellen.de)


➔ Jim Carrey: I Needed Color

Er kommt wirklich wahnsinnig zerbrechlich, getrieben und durchaus sympathisch rüber. Wenn er nur nicht so einen Scheiß übers Impfen erzählen würde…
Aber hier geht’s um seine Bilder und die sind, ähm, beeindruckend. O_O


(via überall)


➔ Temperature anomalies arranged by country 1900 – 2016

Temperature anomalies arranged by country 1900 - 2016.


➔ Sardine Feeding Frenzy: Whale, Shark, Dolphin and Sea Lions – The Hunt – BBC Earth

Das nenn ich mal ne amtliche Schlacht am Buffet.

A sizeable shoal of Sardines proves to be quite a magnet for a variety of different sea predators. Surprisingly, none of the predators on display attack each other, instead they corral the ball of fish, taking turns to eat.

(via swiss-miss.com)


➔ The Lone Lookout: The Man Protecting Montana’s Forests

Ich geb ja zu, dass das durchaus seinen Reiz hat, aber auf Dauer? Länger als zwei Tage? Puh.

For the past 24 years, Leif Haugen has spent his summers living alone atop a mountain in Montana’s pristine wilderness. As a fire lookout for the U.S. Forest Service, Leif is charged with protecting the surrounding landscape, watching for signs of fire from his solitary perch. Spending up to two weeks alone at a time, he spends his days unwinding amid the peace and quiet, watching as the world passes him by.


➔ Our Jail’s a Zoo!

Ja, manche Leute haben ne Arbeit, die irgendwie mehr ist als nur ein Job.

When I first heard Jeanne’s story, I was blown away. I think in the United States, we particularly ignore the issue of rehabilitation vs punishment in our jail and prison systems. Jeanne’s work offers a really important example of how we can bridge that gap and give non-violent inmates the opportunity to turn their lives around, do good while they’re incarcerated, and prepare for life after jail by learning lessons in compassion and care for others. I hope we get to see more programs like Jeanne’s spread across the country in the coming years.

Marine biologist, Jeanne Selander had never set foot in a jail when she was offered a job working at one full time, to care for a few rescue animals who lived under the county jail in the Florida Keys. She was going to say „no,“ until she arrived and saw the potential for this „oddity under the jail.“ Now, 10 years later, she’s not only rescued hundreds of domestic and exotic animals, but she’s providing inmates the opportunity for rehabilitation and restoration.

(via filmshortage.com)


➔ Time Travel Heals All Wounds

Schlimmer geht immer. Leider.
Ein feiner Cartoon über die Schrecken des politischen Personals.


➔ Topography of Dante’s Inferno

“The Topography of Dante’s Inferno (Infernal Topography)” is an alternative learning tool for the Divine Comedy first Cantica, made for aiding visual memory. The digital version of the Dante’s Inferno has been developed to be a synsemic (visual syntax) access point to Dante’s literature, aiding its study.

(via nerdcore.de)


➔ Holy Diver Giant Slalom Video report

So’n bisschen verrückt muss man wohl sein.

New this year in the Ekstremsportveko program, the Holy Diver Giant Slalom. An extreme kayaking race comprised of multiple giant slalom gates through the last 2 major class IV+ – V rapids of the classic lower Myrkdalselva.


HINTERLASSEN SIE EINE ANTWORT

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here