petition to have sora, riku, and kairi have sweet ass armour like ven, aqua, and terra in KH3
"Fuck what Saix says. I'll protect you."
Things I wish my mom had told me:
- To play DS games on a 3DS without it looking like a blurry mess, press select while booting up a game. That will shrink the game down to it’s original resolution.
THE LAST THING I DREW. (KIND OF. NOT REALLY LAUG HS)
UHHH I DUNNO i really love lineart to be honest i just love how it looks but i definitely enjoy coloring a lot more?? IDK BOTH BOTH IS GOOD
This survey is designed to allow you to give feedback about what you like and want to see for the future of KINGDOM HEARTS. Please be as honest as possible and try to answer all the questions.
Well, this certainly doesn’t happen very often! In a strange turn of events, the official Kingdom Hearts Facebook page posted a link to a players survey. If you can spare a few minutes and are interested in filling out the form, you’ll be able to answer questions based on your opinion of the Kingdom Hearts series, general taste in games, wishes for preorder bonuses, etc.
The survey will only remain active until March 14, 2014 at 11:59 PM PST.
No doubt the community has been waiting for a chance to be able to contribute and send in some great feedback, so be sure to take advantage of the opportunity!
Celano, Italy (by L-M PHOTOS)
uh sorry for my lack of activity lately……..
tbh i’m really surprised more people don’t love larxene i mean she’s like so unrepentantly evil
Nico Robin, having none of your shit since 1999
Anonymous asked: Hello! I have a question concerning dimensions. I am writing a story where I include a character going from one dimension to another. Though my knowledge of dimensions is pretty limited. Do you have any reliable sources (whether it be in book form or online) about dimensions?
Well, there’s this awesome video from Sixty Symbols that might be interesting to you. And here’s another from Sixty Symbols. Pretty nifty, yeah? And here’s a video called Imagining 10 Dimensions that explains dimensions very thoroughly.
It’s worth mentioning that a dimension isn’t the same thing as a parallel universe. These terms are often confused in fiction. A dimension is a term used in mathematics and physics to explain a measurable extent like length, width, breadth, height, duration, etc. Humans “live in a world defined by three spatial dimensions and one dimension of time. In other words, it only takes three numbers to pinpoint your physical location at any given moment.” (x) A parallel universe is a universe related to ours, but that exists in a separate reality. Sometimes the differences between parallel universes are major; sometimes they differ only in one tiny respect.
When we speak of dimensions, we’re speaking in terms of 1D (line), 2D (flat surface), 3D (e.g. space, cubes, bananas, Earth, roller-coasters), 4D (not smell-o-vision or getting splashed with a bit of water during a movie, but the mathematical kind of 4D, like hypercubes), etc. When we speak of parallel universes, we fiction writers tend to speak in terms of things like Harold deciding to put on black slacks in one universe and jeans in another, or of dinosaurs still living in one but not another, or of our planet having several moons in one but not another, etc. Events have changed, yes, and there are definite differences between the universes, but there is no added dimension.
Here are a few books that might help you understand dimensions:
- Imagining the Tenth Dimension: A New Way of Thinking About Time and Space by Rob Bryanton
- The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality by Brian Greene
- The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory by Brian Greene
- The Theory Of Everything by Stephen W Hawking
Here are a few books that might help you understand parallel universes:
- Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos by Michio Kaku
- The Hidden Reality: Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos Paperback by Brian Greene
- Parallel Universes: The Search for Other Worlds by Fred Alan Wolf
And check out these fictional books written with dimensions in mind:
- Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions by Edwin Abbott
- Sphereland: A Fantasy About Curved Spaces and an Expanding Universe by Dionys Burger
- The Planiverse by A. K. Dewdney
- Spaceland by Rudy Rucker
- The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics by Norton Juster
- Flatterland by Ian Stewart
And here is a GoodReads list of fiction books written with parallel universes in mind, and also one of YA books written along the same lines.
If anyone feels better qualified to tackle this question or would like to add their expertise to this post, please shoot us a message! Thank you, and thanks for your question, anon!