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Photo 1 Oct 2,157 notes i-martinia-us:

george didn’t even dream of TVs and Iphones

i-martinia-us:

george didn’t even dream of TVs and Iphones

(Source: radio-inactive)

Video 1 Oct 125,214 notes

i-martinia-us:

universalequalityisinevitable:

Robert Sapolsky about his study of the Keekorok baboon troop from National Geographic’s Stress: Portrait of a Killer.

I read about this in “Sex at Dawn”. Awesome story! 

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Photo 1 Oct 3 notes rapedollieangelina:

i can’t WAIT until this arrives in the mail!!! it sounds AWESOME and it was published on my 18th birthday!
 “What if V-E Day didn’t end World War II in Europe? What if, instead, the Allies had to face a potent, even fanatical, postwar Nazi resistance? Such a movement, based in the fabled Alpine Redoubt, was in fact a real threat, ultimately neutralized by Germany’s flagging resources and squabbling officials. But had SS Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich, the notorious Man with the Iron Heart, not been assassinated in 1942, fate might have taken a different turn. We might likely have seen a German guerrilla war launched against the conquerors, presaging by more than half a century the protracted conflict with an unrelenting enemy that now engulfs the United States and its allies in Iraq. How might today’s clash of troops versus terrorists have played out in 1945?
 In this imagined world, Nazi forces resort to unconventional warfare, using the quick and dirty tactics of terrorism–booby traps, time bombs, mortar and rocket strikes in the night, assassinations, even kamikaze-style suicide attacks–to overturn what seemed to be a decisive Allied victory. In November 1945, a truck bomb blows up the Nuremberg Palace of Justice, where high-ranking Nazi officials are about to stand trial for war crimes. None of the accused are there when the bomb goes off, but their judges, all of them present and accounted for, are annihilated. Worse acts of terrorism follow all over Europe.
 Suddenly the Allies–especially the United States–must battle an invisible enemy and sacrifice countless lives in a long, seemingly pointless, unwinnable conflict. On the home front, patriotism corrodes, political fortunes are made and lost in the face of an antiwar backlash, and a once-proud country wonders how the righteous fight for freedom overseas has collapsed into a hopeless quagmire. At once a novel of thrilling military suspense, intriguing alternate history, and profound insight into contemporary affairs, The Man with the Iron Heart is a tour de force by a storyteller of exceptional imaginative power. 

rapedollieangelina:

i can’t WAIT until this arrives in the mail!!! it sounds AWESOME and it was published on my 18th birthday!

What if V-E Day didn’t end World War II in Europe? What if, instead, the Allies had to face a potent, even fanatical, postwar Nazi resistance? Such a movement, based in the fabled Alpine Redoubt, was in fact a real threat, ultimately neutralized by Germany’s flagging resources and squabbling officials. But had SS Obergruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich, the notorious Man with the Iron Heart, not been assassinated in 1942, fate might have taken a different turn. We might likely have seen a German guerrilla war launched against the conquerors, presaging by more than half a century the protracted conflict with an unrelenting enemy that now engulfs the United States and its allies in Iraq. How might today’s clash of troops versus terrorists have played out in 1945?


In this imagined world, Nazi forces resort to unconventional warfare, using the quick and dirty tactics of terrorism–booby traps, time bombs, mortar and rocket strikes in the night, assassinations, even kamikaze-style suicide attacks–to overturn what seemed to be a decisive Allied victory. In November 1945, a truck bomb blows up the Nuremberg Palace of Justice, where high-ranking Nazi officials are about to stand trial for war crimes. None of the accused are there when the bomb goes off, but their judges, all of them present and accounted for, are annihilated. Worse acts of terrorism follow all over Europe.

Suddenly the Allies–especially the United States–must battle an invisible enemy and sacrifice countless lives in a long, seemingly pointless, unwinnable conflict. On the home front, patriotism corrodes, political fortunes are made and lost in the face of an antiwar backlash, and a once-proud country wonders how the righteous fight for freedom overseas has collapsed into a hopeless quagmire. At once a novel of thrilling military suspense, intriguing alternate history, and profound insight into contemporary affairs, The Man with the Iron Heart is a tour de force by a storyteller of exceptional imaginative power. 

Photo 1 Oct 3 notes celestialnorthkorea:

The Allies and the Entente of World War 2. From Harry Turtledove’s Southern Victory series.

celestialnorthkorea:

The Allies and the Entente of World War 2. From Harry Turtledove’s Southern Victory series.

Link 1 Oct 4 notes World War 1 Fantastic - Novels»

theladyfromplanetx:

In a previous post I listed episodes of Sci-Fi and Fantasy based tv series that explored the weird and unusual side of The War to End All Wars. That was just the tip of the iceberg. Now we’re going to the heart of all speculative fiction: literature. Here is a list of novels by some of the most…

Photo 1 Oct 11 notes wtfbadfantasycovers:

This was suggested by a submission but the format was in a link so I had to repost it and I didn’t get the name of the person who submitted it because I was operating on 2 hours sleep at the time.

wtfbadfantasycovers:

This was suggested by a submission but the format was in a link so I had to repost it and I didn’t get the name of the person who submitted it because I was operating on 2 hours sleep at the time.

Link 1 Oct 3 notes 75 Alternate History with Matt Mitrovich | The Kingdoms of Evil»

danbensen:

This week I’m talking to Matt Mitrovich, founder of The Alternate History Weekly Update about, what else, alternate history, the little brother of genre fiction.

So what if…

The South wins the Civil War

The Nazis win WWII

JFK isn’t assassinated.

Point of Divergence

It’s alien and the same at the same time

The maps!

Maps that tell stories.

The World’s Other Side

Harry TurtledoveS.M. Stirling, and Eric Flint

George R.R. Martin and J.R.R. Tolkein

A fantasy world that looks awfully like Byzantine Rome…

Alien Space Bats

…or Space Lizards

Green Antarctica and the Great White South

For Want of a Nail and When Angels Wept

It’s weird and at the same time I love it

Video 1 Oct 3 notes

boyoween:

a new hairstyle to supplement your aesthetic: the suebian knot (Suebenknoten)

a roman anthropologist wrote about this hairstyle in his book about the germanic people in 100AD and then they found a bog body with the hairdo preserved. it was popular in the suebi tribe.

and now im gonna bring it back.


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