Fan art for #SpiderVerse CW'd in case people are wary of spoilers Show more
I did a parody of a silver age Spider-man cover, featuring Into the Spider-verse characters instead!
subreddit drama+, nazis getting wrecked Show more
Daily reminder that the subreddit for the hilariously named "Proud Boys" nazi group was raided and successfully entirely taken over by transmasculine and non-binary resistance, who now use /r/proudboys to post about how proud they are to be boys.
To those who asked if Ladykiller in a Bind would be on sale on another platform: good news! It’s currently 69% off in the Humble Bundle winter sale! Take advantage of the sale critics are calling “sorta funny the first time, but kinda wearing thin now”! https://www.humblebundle.com/store/ladykiller-in-a-bind
Other plants actually emit ultrasound signals. Humans can't hear them, but a forest might be quite noisy for a bat.
Plants which are in distress (such as being dry or damaged) emit sounds more frequently. Combined with the chemical signals they can send each other, both through the air and through the soil, it seems like plants are a lot more talkative than we might realise!
It turns out, some plants can hear! Their flowers can hear the sound of insects buzzing around, and they react by sweetening their nectar to make pollination more tempting.
Technically, 3* is harder to get in this summoning, so I’m actually quite lucky. #FEHeroes
You cannot justify #bitcoin. Just stop and invest that computing power on curing cancer or other pressing problems.
"Do your part" energy conservation plans, like turning lights off when you leave the room, are great for your energy bill, but their job as part of "lowering carbon footprints" is to deflect from the big corporations that actually use the vast majority of the power.
For example, the average US stand-alone home uses ~11,000 kWh per year.
The VERY MOST EFFICIENT roadside LED billboard uses ~61,000 kWh per year. That number rises to ~323,000 kWh at the top end.
found a legit incredible blog about obscure electronic games. beautifully observed write-ups of tons of games i've never encountered, such as this 1988 game by an afro-caribbean woman about subvertng and overthrowing a slave plantation:
Freedom: Rebels in the Darkness
or a 2500+ level puzzle game that is almost literally impossible to complete:
THAT’S FOUR BEARS #mtgpq
Octodon is a nice general purpose instance. more