Neos' Domain

my-heart-hope-soul:

All 9 Bijuus xD

That’s only eight. You’re missing the seven tails.

fuckyeahlaughters:

i just stared at this for like 5 minutes straight.

fuckyeahlaughters:

i just stared at this for like 5 minutes straight.

the-actual-universe:

BLACK HOLE MAY HAVE BEEN FOUND IN THE NEIGHBORHOODFormed around one to two million years ago, the Orion star cluster portrays some strange characteristics according to astronomers. About 1,000 light years away from us, all the stars within this cluster are moving at an incredible speed, so fast that computer models show that the cluster would fly apart if there wasn’t a binding force holding it together. When compared to the number of low-mass stars, high-mass stars are low in numbers and are the fastest moving of them all.After applying many calculations, scientists have made a computer model that shows how this cluster could have evolved to its state today. According to the scenario early in Orion’s life there were many more high-mass stars, most of which were ejected out of the cluster. Some however were drawn inwards towards the center where they possibly collided with the biggest star in the system. Once this star had gotten to the point of instability, it collapsed in because of its own gravitational force and became a black hole about 200 times the mass of our sun. Now thought to be located in the Orion Sword cluster, this black hole is believed to be the culprit behind the strange properties of the Orion cluster.This model and newly formed theory is said to be one of the keys to understanding how giant gas clouds become star clusters and how they evolve."Having such a massive black hole at our doorstep would be a dramatic chance for intense studies of these enigmatic objects," said co-author Professor Pavel Kroupa from the University of Bonn in Germany.-TAZIMAGE CREDIT: NASA/Hubble Space TelescopeSource: http://phys.org/news/2012-11-international-massive-black-hole-sword.html

the-actual-universe:

BLACK HOLE MAY HAVE BEEN FOUND IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Formed around one to two million years ago, the Orion star cluster portrays some strange characteristics according to astronomers. About 1,000 light years away from us, all the stars within this cluster are moving at an incredible speed, so fast that computer models show that the cluster would fly apart if there wasn’t a binding force holding it together. When compared to the number of low-mass stars, high-mass stars are low in numbers and are the fastest moving of them all.

After applying many calculations, scientists have made a computer model that shows how this cluster could have evolved to its state today. According to the scenario early in Orion’s life there were many more high-mass stars, most of which were ejected out of the cluster. Some however were drawn inwards towards the center where they possibly collided with the biggest star in the system. Once this star had gotten to the point of instability, it collapsed in because of its own gravitational force and became a black hole about 200 times the mass of our sun. Now thought to be located in the Orion Sword cluster, this black hole is believed to be the culprit behind the strange properties of the Orion cluster.

This model and newly formed theory is said to be one of the keys to understanding how giant gas clouds become star clusters and how they evolve.

"Having such a massive black hole at our doorstep would be a dramatic chance for intense studies of these enigmatic objects," said co-author Professor Pavel Kroupa from the University of Bonn in Germany.

-TAZ

IMAGE CREDIT: NASA/Hubble Space Telescope

Source: http://phys.org/news/2012-11-international-massive-black-hole-sword.html

forged-mello:

robensemble:

That escalated quickly.

GOD FUCKING DAMMIT

forged-mello:

robensemble:

That escalated quickly.

GOD FUCKING DAMMIT

nyehpora:

tltty:

how much cock could a cock block block if a cock block could block cock

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romario-m:

Feed it now while u still can! Soon, it’ll be feeding on u!! xD
Two-year-old chimpanzee “Do Do” feeds milk to “Aorn”, a 60-day-old tiger cub. This picture has been rated as one of the top 50 animal pictures of 2011! - posted by Amazing Things in the World

romario-m:

Feed it now while u still can! Soon, it’ll be feeding on u!! xD

Two-year-old chimpanzee “Do Do” feeds milk to “Aorn”, a 60-day-old tiger cub. This picture has been rated as one of the top 50 animal pictures of 2011! - posted by Amazing Things in the World

saltybalthy:

sticler:

sassy-gay-dust:

omg what if we named animals after the sound they make like in pokemon

“take the bark for a walk”

“hey could you feed the meows”

“hey look at all those moos”

woah thats one big PPFKEJGKRTLYKTPLFPLPTLTPPLLF

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death-by-lulz:

tin-can:

i am watching masterchef junior and omfg. this kid