New beautiful promotional images for The Amazing Spider-Man 2
PETER and GWEN’s Love Story - THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN 2 Featurette
The Amazing Spider-Man poster 3 by Matthew Ferguson
//Visiting NYC and I went on a walking tour of all the superhero comic and film hotspots. It was great. May have to make a pilgrimage to the George Washington and Brooklyn Bridges.
Today the Department of Awesome Natural Phenomena introduces us to an incredibly beautiful nighttime occurrence known as Light pillars. They’re one of nature’s rewards for enduring extremely cold weather.
Light pillars are created when ice crystals with roughly horizontal faces form in the atmosphere and reflect light from the sun, moon, or even man-made sources such as street lights.
"So, how does one explain all of the colors? As the Weather Doctor states, ‘Because the light rays forming pillars are reflected, they take on the color of the incident light. For example, when the sun is higher in the sky, pillars are white or bright yellow in color. But when it is near the horizon and its light color dominantly orange, gold or red, so is the resulting pillar.’”
Light pillars have been known to be the source of false UFO reports, which doesn’t seem at all surprising when you consider the Close Encounters-esque atmosphere in each of these wonderful photographs.
Photos by Jay Callaghan, Osato Naoya, Francis Anderson, Tristan Grezko, and Jason Ahms respectively.
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Our entire universe might exist inside a massive black hole, say physicists
Are we living inside a black hole? A few scientists think it’s the best theory to explain pre-Big Bang reality.
Okay you guys, I need your help with something. A girl in my class (I am also a girl) told me today that ‘Marvel is for boys.’(She’s 15, like me.) I (obviously) disagree with this, because it shouldn’t be for any specific gender.
So, to prove her wrong, please spread the word and reblog this to prove that Marvel isn’t just for boys.