Polar Vortex suggests evidence of Global WarmingI'd like to add quotations to "polar vortex" since the title does not allow me to. The term was invited by the media and has no scientific definition. And it's the media that has also started this look how cold it is - global warming must be fake nonsense. I feel a little compelled to talk about how that statement is wrong. My job and education deal with ecological restoration and community outreach for starters. Also, my favorite entertainment sources have been frequently making jokes about it. For example:More Like This
First off, the "controversy" of global warming legitimacy is mainly an American phenomenon. It is mostly perpetuated by politicians, media, and business affected by measures to reduce carbon emissions.
American Association of Science (AAAS): The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change
How political polarization became part of this particular environmental issue i
I did the impossible...!----This journal entry is dedicated to those people, who wants to know me as who I am, not as "oh, this who drew thatMore Like This
stupid 5345th Quilladinfanart;
so it's quite time-consuming to read all ----
I want to tell you, that my last 3 weeks were filled with nervous days.
I'VE GOT KICKED OUT FROM MY STUDIES!
I've got document that informed me about that decision.
You'll ask, WHY, WEIRDA, HOW?
I'll tell you, honestly it has begun because of money matter. I was had to get prolongation with really late deathline.
When I payed all amount of money, almost every professor that was my tutor at 1st year hasn't been in Cracov, where I'm studing.
But not only this. THIS IS NOTHING.
There's something worse, that's really true...
I've got an apathy and I thought I won't get all pass marks in right time. Also seeing how many to do we have on second year, I started to think that I won't be able to handle all due to my self-criticism that used paralyze me.(that's wh
Submit to deviantART Directly From SketchBook AppsDeviantART is proud to announce that SketchBook users on iPad and Android tablets now have the ability to create and submit art directly from their devices to deviantART!More Like This
Our recent partnership with Autodesk has allowed deviantART to become the first community integrated into SketchBook -- the professional-grade painting app that is easy to use for every artist. Merging these two powerhouse environments means that tablet users will be able to publish their creations from SketchBook directly to their deviantART accounts. Deviants will also be able to use the app to browse the inspirational works of other SketchBook artists in the autodesk-sketchbook group.
This is a first step in what will become a much fuller integration that will bring more deviousness to SketchBook and add a powerful creation tool to the arsenals of deviant artists everywhere, as we welcome new SketchBook users into the deviantART community.
DeviantART is the first community integrated into SketchBook