Amazing Spider-man 700.1
//I think I’m ready to have another go at this. I’ve now broken up from college for Winter and don’t feel quite so crushed.
I’d like to have a go at re-booting the blog. I’m sure no one is interested in this blog any more, but if you are and would like to plot then drop me a note in my inbox. It would be much appreciated.
With the re-boot ,Gwen is now fully 616!verse unless requested that she be movie!verse (which I am still happy to do, if you feel more comfortable with it).
(nothelplesssoftandcuddly (follow for an A+ Black Widow)- We can keep next thread movie!verse or switch, up to you.)
I hope to get a few open starters up in the next week, but if you want something more specific then don’t hesitate to ask/ suggest it.
A circumhorizontal arc, often called a fire rainbow, is an optical phenomenon in which an ice halo forms by hexagonal, plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds. The halo is so large that the arc appears parallel to the horizon, hence the name.
When the sun is very high in the sky, sunlight entering flat, hexagon shaped ice crystals gets split into individual colors just like in a prism.
Image captured by Lisa Gonnelli.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier; 116 days
The Amazing Spider-Man 2; 148 days
X-Men: Days of Future Past; 165 days
Guardians of the Galaxy; 235 days
Avengers: Age of Ultron; 509 days
The Fantastic Four; 557 days
Batman vs. Superman; 587 days
Ant-Man; 600 days
X-Men: Apocalypse;900 days
The Amazing Spider-Man 3; 913 days
The Amazing Spider-Man 4; 1622 days
Here is an interesting graphic representing the orbits of the over 1,000 known potentially hazardous asteroids that may one day affect life on Earth.
Learn more here : http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130812.html
Photo Credit: NASA
The night Gwen Stacy died.
A minimalist illustration based on Marko Manev “Noir” posters.
Commentary on the Amazing Spider-man 2 trailer from director Marc Webb, Andrew Garfield, Jamie Foxx, Emma Stone, and Dane DeHaan.
When a water drop strikes a pool, it can form a cavity in the free surface that will rebound into a jet. If a well-timed second drop hits that jet at the height of its rebound, the impact creates an umbrella-like sheet like the one seen here. The thin liquid sheet expands outward from the point of impact, its rim thickening and ejecting tiny filaments and droplets as surface tension causes a Plateau-Rayleigh-type instability. Tiny capillary waves—ripples—gather near the rim, an echo of the impact between the jet and the second drop. All of this occurs in less than the blink of an eye, but with high-speed video and perfectly-timed photography, we can capture the beauty of these everyday phenomena. (Photo credit: H. Westum)
Dog Food Additive May Prevent Chemo Side Effect
Working with cells in test tubes and in mice, researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine have discovered that a chemical commonly used as a dog food preservative may prevent the kind of painful nerve damage found in the hands and feet of four out of five cancer patients taking the chemotherapy drug Taxol.
The Food and Drug Administration-approved preservative, an antioxidant called ethoxyquin, was shown in experiments to bind to certain cell proteins in a way that limits their exposure to the damaging effects of Taxol, the researchers say.
Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2013/09/dog-food-additive-may-prevent-chemo-side-effect