Random Red Ramblings

"The world needs bad men, Marty. We keep other bad men from the door."

(Source: gyllenhawl)

(Source: lady-arryn)

2001: A Space Odyssey (USA - UK, 1968)

(Source: in-love-with-movies)

(Source: hannisballs)

sashayed:

nyooms:

jackhowardvevo:

headlikeanorange:

Rufous elephant shrew (Hidden Kingdoms - BBC)

NOOT NOOT 

oh my god

i like thinking about how we all evolved from a lil guy not unlike this. a lil shrew. a lil noot noot, way back in the whatever. thanks mama shrew. thanks 4 living through that comet

sashayed:

nyooms:

jackhowardvevo:

headlikeanorange:

Rufous elephant shrew (Hidden Kingdoms - BBC)

NOOT NOOT 

oh my god

i like thinking about how we all evolved from a lil guy not unlike this. a lil shrew. a lil noot noot, way back in the whatever. thanks mama shrew. thanks 4 living through that comet

(Source: ed-sheeran)

The Crocodile’s Dilemma | paradox |

A crocodile, who has stolen a child, promises the father that his child will be returned if, and only if, he can correctly predict whether or not the crocodile will, in fact, return the child. If the father correctly guesses that the child will be returned, the transaction will go without a hitch.

But a dilemma could arise for the crocodile if the father guesses that his child will not be returned.

If, in that case, the crocodile decides to keep the child, he violates his own terms; the father’s prediction is correct, the child should be returned. However, if the crocodile then decides to return the child, he is still in violation of his terms, the father’s prediction is falsified, and the child should not be returned.

There is no justifiable solution.

paisleywitch:

Lancelot’s haircut was interrupted by a downpour so now he’s Lancelion, the Glorious.

hermione:

Fargo 1.01, ‘The Crocodile’s Dilemma’

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