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Johannes Helgeson

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Ariel Perez




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scifi-fantasy-horror: by  Ariel Perez Adepta Sororitas Canoness proto armor

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scifi: did you know? The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programma boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM kittyknowsthings: eilupt: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programmable boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. Source This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing! okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy Writer is actually one of a set language of three! The other ones play the organ: And draw (it produces four different drawings): Thank you for these images. Which just might give me nightmares.
scifi: did you know?
 The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata
 from the 18th century, is a programma
 boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40
 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old
 automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to
 create just enough pressure for fluid,
 elegant writing, and is thought by
 some to be the first computer.
 PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
kittyknowsthings:
eilupt:

biggest-gaudiest-patronuses:

sauntering-vaguely-downwards:

roboticsappreciationsociety:

did-you-kno:

‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata  
from the 18th century, is a programmable 
boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 
letters of custom text. This 240-year-old 
automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to 
create just enough pressure for fluid, 
elegant writing, and is thought by 
some to be the first computer.  Source

This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing!

okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE

computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy

Writer is actually one of a set language of three! The other ones play the organ:
And draw (it produces four different drawings):

Thank you for these images. Which just might give me nightmares.

kittyknowsthings: eilupt: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The...

scifi: Just remember. There is no such thing as a fake geek girl. There are only fake geek boys. Science fiction was invented by a womarn. Specifically a teenage girl. You know, someone who would be a part of the demographic that some of these violently rejecting boys are foxsan Isaac Asimov. simOnbaz yo mary shelley wrote frankenstein in 1818 and isaac asimov was born in 1920 so you kinda get my point divinedorothy If you want to push it back even further Margaret Cavendish, the duchess of Newcastle (1623-1673) wrote The Blazing World in 1666, about a young woman wheo discovers a Utopian world that can only be accessed via the North Pole- oft credited as one of the first scifi novels Women have always been at the forefront of literature, the first novel (what we would consider a novel in modern terms) was written by a woman (Lady Muraskai's the Tale of Genji in the early 1000s) take your snide "Isaac Asimov reblogs and stick it even in terms of male scifi authors, asimov was predated by Jules Verne, HG Wells, George Orwell, you could have even cited Poe or Jonathan Swift has a case but Asimov? PbbBFFTTBBBTBTTBBTBTTT so desperate to discredit the idea of Mary Shelly as the mother of modern science fiction you didn't even do a frickin google search For Shame validcriticism And if you want to go back even further, the first named, identified author in history was Enheduanna of Akkad, a Sumerian high priestess. gunthatshootsennui Kinda funny, considering this Isaac Asimov quote on the subject: Mary Shelley was the first to make use of a new finding of science which she advanced further to a logical extreme, and it is that which makes Frankenstein the first true science fiction story Even Isaac Asimov ain't having none of your shit, not even posthumously touchofgrey37 You know what else was invented by women? Masked vigilantes, the precursor to the modern superhero. Baroness Emma Orczy wrote The Scarlet Pimpernel in 1905. The character would later inspire better known masked vigilantes such as Zorro and Batman. Got that? Stick that in your international pipe and smoke it la-knight I have literally been telling people this for over a year the first extended prose piece- ie a not, as many male scholars will shout, Don Quixote (1605) but The Tale of Genji (1008) written by a woman novel, was thepsychicclam The first autobiography ever written in English is also attributed to a woman, The Book of Margery Kempe (1430s). itsnotjustpms: I’d like to title this stream “Dear Geek Guys” - if you don’t like women in geek culture, get out because it’s not yours. Also, a well-read woman will ALWAYS school you when you try to act the misogynist so go sit down… and read a book written by a woman.I’m not sure if the autobiography portion is correct though. I know there was a Korean woman who wrote a diary that was published…not sure if it counts as autobiography though, perhaps memoir? 
scifi: Just remember. There is no such thing as a
 fake geek girl.
 There are only fake geek boys.
 Science fiction was invented by a womarn.
 Specifically a teenage girl. You know,
 someone who would be a part of the
 demographic that some of these
 violently rejecting
 boys are
 foxsan
 Isaac Asimov.
 simOnbaz
 yo mary shelley wrote frankenstein in 1818
 and isaac asimov was born in 1920 so you
 kinda get my point
 divinedorothy
 If you want to push it back even further
 Margaret Cavendish, the duchess of
 Newcastle (1623-1673) wrote The Blazing
 World in 1666, about a young woman wheo
 discovers a Utopian world that can only be
 accessed via the North Pole- oft credited as
 one of the first scifi novels
 Women have always been at the forefront
 of literature, the first novel (what we would
 consider a novel in modern terms) was written
 by a woman (Lady Muraskai's the Tale of Genji
 in the early 1000s) take your snide "Isaac
 Asimov reblogs and stick it
 even in terms of male scifi authors, asimov
 was predated by Jules Verne, HG Wells,
 George Orwell, you could have even cited Poe
 or Jonathan Swift has a case but Asimov?
 PbbBFFTTBBBTBTTBBTBTTT so desperate
 to discredit the idea of Mary Shelly as the
 mother of modern science fiction you didn't
 even do a frickin google search For Shame
 validcriticism
 And if you want to go back even further,
 the first named, identified author in history
 was Enheduanna of Akkad, a Sumerian high
 priestess.
 gunthatshootsennui
 Kinda funny, considering this Isaac Asimov
 quote on the subject:
 Mary Shelley was the first to make use of a
 new finding of science which she advanced
 further to a logical extreme, and it is that
 which makes Frankenstein the first true
 science fiction story
 Even Isaac Asimov ain't having none of your
 shit, not even posthumously
 touchofgrey37
 You know what else was invented by women?
 Masked vigilantes, the precursor to the
 modern superhero. Baroness Emma Orczy
 wrote The Scarlet Pimpernel in 1905. The
 character would later inspire better known
 masked vigilantes such as Zorro and Batman.
 Got that?
 Stick that in your international pipe and smoke
 it
 la-knight
 I have literally been telling people this for over
 a year
 the first extended prose piece- ie a
 not, as many male scholars will shout, Don
 Quixote (1605) but The Tale of Genji (1008)
 written by a woman
 novel, was
 thepsychicclam
 The first autobiography ever written in English
 is also attributed to a woman, The Book of
 Margery Kempe (1430s).
itsnotjustpms:

I’d like to title this stream “Dear Geek Guys” - if you don’t like women in geek culture, get out because it’s not yours. Also, a well-read woman will ALWAYS school you when you try to act the misogynist so go sit down… and read a book written by a woman.I’m not sure if the autobiography portion is correct though. I know there was a Korean woman who wrote a diary that was published…not sure if it counts as autobiography though, perhaps memoir? 

itsnotjustpms: I’d like to title this stream “Dear Geek Guys” - if you don’t like women in geek culture, get out because it’s not yours....

scifi: did you know? The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programma boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM dream-and-slash: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata from the 18th century, is a programmable boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to create just enough pressure for fluid, elegant writing, and is thought by some to be the first computer. Source This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing! okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy it’s a universally accepted truth that porcelain dolls are creepy and are probably haunted af
scifi: did you know?
 The Writer,' 1 of 3 surviving automata
 from the 18th century, is a programma
 boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40
 letters of custom text. This 240-year-old
 automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to
 create just enough pressure for fluid,
 elegant writing, and is thought by
 some to be the first computer.
 PHOTO: BBCFOURYOUTUBE/TECHNOLOGY NEWS
 DIDYOUKNOWBLOG.COM
dream-and-slash:

biggest-gaudiest-patronuses:
sauntering-vaguely-downwards:

roboticsappreciationsociety:

did-you-kno:

‘The Writer,’ 1 of 3 surviving automata  
from the 18th century, is a programmable 
boy that uses quill and ink to write any 40 
letters of custom text. This 240-year-old 
automaton uses all 6,000 of its parts to 
create just enough pressure for fluid, 
elegant writing, and is thought by 
some to be the first computer.  Source

This is truly a masterpiece of engineering from an early age. So amazing!

okay LOOK. I understand that on a purely mechanical and engineering level that this is an incredible piece but if scifi and fantasy media has taught me anything it’s that this motherfucker is haunted af and probably writes out gruesome deaths that mysteriously end up coming to pass thanks but NO THANKS BYE

computer science major here, i’m with haunted guy


it’s a universally accepted truth that porcelain dolls are creepy and are probably haunted af

dream-and-slash: biggest-gaudiest-patronuses: sauntering-vaguely-downwards: roboticsappreciationsociety: did-you-kno: ‘The Writer,’ 1...

scifi: Cleo was the fastest hunter on the grid, even with a bad hair day. ⚡️ Markers and colored pencil scifi spacegirl bountyhunter rollerderby hair cartoon
scifi: Cleo was the fastest hunter on the grid, even with a bad hair day. ⚡️ Markers and colored pencil scifi spacegirl bountyhunter rollerderby hair cartoon

Cleo was the fastest hunter on the grid, even with a bad hair day. ⚡️ Markers and colored pencil scifi spacegirl bountyhunter rollerderby...

scifi: Leaked photo from the upcoming scifi film Alien: Covenant
scifi: Leaked photo from the upcoming scifi film Alien: Covenant

Leaked photo from the upcoming scifi film Alien: Covenant

scifi: YneRDZ GIGTHePART YES DAD... MY SON Dead 😂😂😂😂 dead hilarious worf startrek criminal mugshot lol roasted scifi comedy partynerdz klingon
scifi: YneRDZ
 GIGTHePART YES
 DAD... MY SON
Dead 😂😂😂😂 dead hilarious worf startrek criminal mugshot lol roasted scifi comedy partynerdz klingon

Dead 😂😂😂😂 dead hilarious worf startrek criminal mugshot lol roasted scifi comedy partynerdz klingon