Title: Title Track Artist: Death Cab for Cutie 3,759 plays

 

Title Track - Death Cab for Cutie

i want to live the anime life, but i don’t even know where to start

just curmudgeonly yelled at some drunk young adults in our pool because people have to wake up in the morning and they were being loud and I threatened to call the cops.

What have I become?

“Missing you comes in waves. Tonight I’m drowning.”

- Hannah Taylor, “Waves” 

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leave the description of a v complicated emotion in my ask box, and I will make a face for it

jetstreamsamofficial:

The 3D on this thing is unreal.

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aieon:

It may seem like I’m a sarcastic asshole 24/7, but I’m actually only a sarcastic asshole 18/7 because at night I actually have feelings.

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gentlemanbones:

susemoji:

new hat

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another-pokemon-kid:

Brock - Hey I know, I’ll use my trusty frying pan, as a drying pan

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World’s largest earthquake damper

A tuned mass damper, also known as a harmonic absorber, is a device mounted in structures to reduce the amplitude of mechanical vibrations. Their application can prevent discomfort, damage, or outright structural failure. They are frequently used in power transmission, automobiles, and buildings.(source:Wikipedia)

This 728 tons steel pendulum is installed in one of the world’s tallest buildings, the taipei 101 in Taiwan. It helps stabilize the building in case of strong winds and earthquakes, through simple mechanics, when the building moves in a direction it swings in the opposite direction reducing movement by 40%. You can understand how it works by looking at the small GIF image.

It cost $4 million to install the huge damper in the skyscraper but architects and engineers said it had to be done. It spans across 4 of the building’s stories and it was assembled on site because it couldn’t be lifted by a crane, due to its enormous weight.

Here’s a video of the damper in action, on May 12th,2008, when a horrific earthquake hit one of China’s provinces and the tremors reached as gar as Taipei. As the building started to shake, people ran towards the center to see the damper in action, it did it’s job.

via civilengineeringworld

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