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People won’t reblog because they don’t want their blogs to look as ugly as their hearts.


People won’t reblog because they don’t want their blogs to look as ugly as their hearts.

(via elephantincognito)

ileftmyheartonguam:

Let me just reblog my shit and say that I love every part of Guam.

ileftmyheartonguam:

Let me just reblog my shit and say that I love every part of Guam.

(via kelsterss)

did-you-kno:

The team over at a University in Taiwan has successfully tested the concept of translating a human heartbeat into an encryption key by using and electrocardiograph (ECG) reading from a person’s palm and capturing the unique signature a person’s heart makes. Once extracted, a secret key is generated as part of an encryption scheme.
 Source

did-you-kno:

The team over at a University in Taiwan has successfully tested the concept of translating a human heartbeat into an encryption key by using and electrocardiograph (ECG) reading from a person’s palm and capturing the unique signature a person’s heart makes. Once extracted, a secret key is generated as part of an encryption scheme.

 Source

(via did-you-kno)

makebelievethati-impress:

I’m gonna visit this wall one day.

makebelievethati-impress:

I’m gonna visit this wall one day.

(Source: luxur1ouslife)






People won’t reblog because they don’t want their blogs to look as ugly as their hearts.


People won’t reblog because they don’t want their blogs to look as ugly as their hearts.

(via elephantincognito)

ileftmyheartonguam:

Let me just reblog my shit and say that I love every part of Guam.

ileftmyheartonguam:

Let me just reblog my shit and say that I love every part of Guam.

(via kelsterss)

(Source: pi4nobl4ck, via laughbitches)

(Source: waxxx, via thtsradd)

did-you-kno:

The team over at a University in Taiwan has successfully tested the concept of translating a human heartbeat into an encryption key by using and electrocardiograph (ECG) reading from a person’s palm and capturing the unique signature a person’s heart makes. Once extracted, a secret key is generated as part of an encryption scheme.
 Source

did-you-kno:

The team over at a University in Taiwan has successfully tested the concept of translating a human heartbeat into an encryption key by using and electrocardiograph (ECG) reading from a person’s palm and capturing the unique signature a person’s heart makes. Once extracted, a secret key is generated as part of an encryption scheme.

 Source

(via did-you-kno)

makebelievethati-impress:

I’m gonna visit this wall one day.

makebelievethati-impress:

I’m gonna visit this wall one day.

(Source: luxur1ouslife)

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