YOUR NAME IS KANKRI VANTAS, OR IT WAS, YOU GO BY AMBROS VANTAS NOW, TOO MANY KANKRIS ON WORLD AND YOU HAVE CHANGED A LOT IN THE LAST SWEEP, IF ONLY FOR THE BETTER.

Your Trolltag/Chumhandle is chattyGenocide.

This is an independent RP blog for the character PREACHY MUTANT-- I mean KANKRI VANTAS from HOMESTUCK.

Status:none
M!A Status: Tryskalos Witch

Trollian/Pesterchum is now active.
Has two wigglers and two grubs in his care, Lannon (olive wiggler), Ambros (mutant red wiggler), Deroan (fuchsia), and Mirran (violet), Petrus (mutantblooded seagrub) and indigoblooded Tavros and Erigrub he adopted.

3 sweep old "brother" (doppelganger) named Garnet.

Has an Absol named Dana and a bagon named Fieri and 40 shuckles which divigatedMurk is naming.
Can change into a fox
Has memories from his specific divergent timelines.

PROSPIT DREAMER

SEER OF BLOOD

CANCERMUTINY

Touch my muse! Touching is a quiet way of conveying your feelings, so tell me how you feel with your touch!

Top of head: Sibling affection/parental affection
Hair: Yearning
Ear: "I want you to hear me out."
Nose: "You're so cute."
Cheek: "I want to tell you I love you."/Deep affection/Devotion
Neck: Dislike/Hate/Disdain
Shoulder: Worry/Concern for other/Fear
Waist: Possessiveness/"You are mine."
Over the heart: "I love you."
Butt: Sexual attractiveness/lust
Hip: Interest
Back: Wanting to kill/will betray you one day
Stomach: Fun!/Silliness/"Wanna go cause some trouble?"
Forearm: Indifference/Don't particularly care for
Biceps: Aggravation/Irritation/"You are an idiot."
Fingers: Friendship/amicable
Wrist: Fear of losing you
Knee: "Don't worry, I'm here for you."
Chin: Beauty/attractiveness
Thigh: Sympathy/empathy
Calves: "I will cause you pain."
Feet: "I will serve you forever."/Deep devotion and and feelings of servitude/extreme fealty

(Source: fassyy)

howtobeafuckinglady:

please refrain from making transphobic comments and just like appreciate how amazing amiyah’s hair is 
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howtobeafuckinglady:

please refrain from making transphobic comments and just like appreciate how amazing amiyah’s hair is 

thatremindsmeofhomestuck:

welp

its official

this is what this year’s halloween is gonna be like

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sucymemebabaran:

reuniclusjelly:

HOLY SHIT STOP COMPARING EVERYTHING TO MADOKA MAGICA

the futile frustration of this post reminds me a lot of homura’s struggle to save madoka

jaegerrrrr:

yknow who needs some support? aromantic people.we grow up in a society where we’re taught that being in love is the best thing in the world and falling in love and getting married and having kids is literally the only thing you should want in life. and for aromantic people, or anyone on the aromantic spectrum, that’s just really, really shitty. 

andromeda1023:

mindblowingscience:

First interstellar sighting of a branched alkyl molecule

Interstellar molecule hunters have bagged a prize specimen by detecting the first branched carbon species and at a surprisingly high abundance. The finding is important because it increases the likelihood that the chemistry that occurs within the interstellar medium is capable of producing amino acids as a potential seed for life on Earth. Until now the only non-cyclic molecules found in the vast spaces between stars have had a straight-chain carbon backbone, whereas a branched structure is a key characteristic of amino acids found in living organisms.
The research team, from the Max Planck Institute of Radioastronomy and the University of Cologne, both in Germany, and Cornell University in the US, made its observations with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), in Chile. The telescope array was trained on the star-forming region of Sagittarius B2, 27,000 light years from Earth that is notoriously rich in organic molecules.
The researchers detected a spike in the radio spectrum characteristic of the branched alkyl molecule iso-propyl cyanide. The team had previously made the first interstellar detection of its straight-chain sister molecule n-propyl cyanide.
‘In many of the meteorites we find on Earth there are amino acids and we would like to understand how these molecules form,’ says team member Arnaud Belloche. ‘There are many indications that these amino acids come from interstellar space but so far we have no direct evidence. The detection of this branched molecule connects interstellar chemistry with the molecular inventory of meteorites.’
It may be some time, however, before the first amino acid is detected in the interstellar medium. The relative abundance of the species needed to react to create amino acids is such that even the simplest amino acid would be present in only tiny amounts. ‘My guess is that at least the simplest one is probably there but the emissions are so fine that we cannot detect it yet,’ says Belloche.
Commenting on the finding, astrochemist Martin McCoustra of Heriot-Watt University in the UK, says: ‘The work adds to the growing body of evidence that complex organic molecules are readily formed in and on the icy grains found in the dense clumps of gas from which stars and planetary systems evolve.’
McCoustra adds: ‘Observations of these nitrile derivatives are particularly important for their potential links to prebiotic chemistry. What we see in the gas phase in this environment points to the contents of the icy rubble that will form cometry bodies in this nascent stellar system; comets which, in the case of our own Solar System, went on to seed the ‘Goldilocks’ environment of the young Earth with a prebiotic soup.’
REFERENCES 
A Belloche et al, Science, 2014, 345, 1584 (DOI: 10.1126/science.1256678)






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andromeda1023:

mindblowingscience:

First interstellar sighting of a branched alkyl molecule

Interstellar molecule hunters have bagged a prize specimen by detecting the first branched carbon species and at a surprisingly high abundance. The finding is important because it increases the likelihood that the chemistry that occurs within the interstellar medium is capable of producing amino acids as a potential seed for life on Earth. Until now the only non-cyclic molecules found in the vast spaces between stars have had a straight-chain carbon backbone, whereas a branched structure is a key characteristic of amino acids found in living organisms.

The research team, from the Max Planck Institute of Radioastronomy and the University of Cologne, both in Germany, and Cornell University in the US, made its observations with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), in Chile. The telescope array was trained on the star-forming region of Sagittarius B2, 27,000 light years from Earth that is notoriously rich in organic molecules.

The researchers detected a spike in the radio spectrum characteristic of the branched alkyl molecule iso-propyl cyanide. The team had previously made the first interstellar detection of its straight-chain sister molecule n-propyl cyanide.

‘In many of the meteorites we find on Earth there are amino acids and we would like to understand how these molecules form,’ says team member Arnaud Belloche. ‘There are many indications that these amino acids come from interstellar space but so far we have no direct evidence. The detection of this branched molecule connects interstellar chemistry with the molecular inventory of meteorites.’

It may be some time, however, before the first amino acid is detected in the interstellar medium. The relative abundance of the species needed to react to create amino acids is such that even the simplest amino acid would be present in only tiny amounts. ‘My guess is that at least the simplest one is probably there but the emissions are so fine that we cannot detect it yet,’ says Belloche.

Commenting on the finding, astrochemist Martin McCoustra of Heriot-Watt University in the UK, says: ‘The work adds to the growing body of evidence that complex organic molecules are readily formed in and on the icy grains found in the dense clumps of gas from which stars and planetary systems evolve.’

McCoustra adds: ‘Observations of these nitrile derivatives are particularly important for their potential links to prebiotic chemistry. What we see in the gas phase in this environment points to the contents of the icy rubble that will form cometry bodies in this nascent stellar system; comets which, in the case of our own Solar System, went on to seed the ‘Goldilocks’ environment of the young Earth with a prebiotic soup.’

REFERENCES

A Belloche et alScience, 2014, 345, 1584 (DOI: 10.1126/science.1256678)

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badgraph1csghost:

sillyandquiteawkward-reblog:



so what kind of theoretical tensile strength are we talkin about here because
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badgraph1csghost:

sillyandquiteawkward-reblog:

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so what kind of theoretical tensile strength are we talkin about here because

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knightofbootytime:

YESSSSS YESSSSSSSS YESS, W E R I S E A G A I N, H O M E S T U C K