Seestra?

Seestra?

I'm Jesse, the ginger studying film and writing at GVSU in Michigan while I eat Nutella out of the jar, watch disney movies, and cry about Helena.

(helenamanning10 during clonepocalypse)

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Once you get this you must share five random facts about yourself, then pass this on to your 10 favourite followers. ben-lyintous

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  1. I don’t have an appendix because it blew up last year
  2. I just turned 19 and my mother bought me a 69 box of crayola markers
  3. I’m listening to 400 Lux by Lorde as I type this
  4. I could literally eat Taco Bell every day of my life and be completely satisfied.
  5. I’m kind of a germophobe because my immune system is practically non-existent
friend: We going to that party Saturday night, ok?
me: I can't, I am going to be emotionally unstable. Orphan Black is on.
friend: Why are you going to be emotionally unstable?
me: ...Orphan Black is on.
friend: You're picking a show over going to a..
me: YUP.
lets-have-crazy-science:

My first attempt at glitch art! There are many ways to create glitch art and one of them is to alter the coding of the file creating errors on purpose which is the method I used here. No Photoshop whatsoever involved, just codes. Pretty much like genetically modifying DNA, except this is picture DNA. If you were to open these images in a hex code editor, the clones respective names and "This organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property" can be found somewhere in the code as seen in the screenshot, because I put them there :d.  I wish I could’ve went even further with the glitching but there’s a risk of damaging/breaking the files if you go too far, much like with *cough*realhumans*cough*. 
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lets-have-crazy-science:

My first attempt at glitch art! There are many ways to create glitch art and one of them is to alter the coding of the file creating errors on purpose which is the method I used here. No Photoshop whatsoever involved, just codes. Pretty much like genetically modifying DNA, except this is picture DNA. If you were to open these images in a hex code editor, the clones respective names and "This organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property" can be found somewhere in the code as seen in the screenshot, because I put them there :d.  I wish I could’ve went even further with the glitching but there’s a risk of damaging/breaking the files if you go too far, much like with *cough*realhumans*cough*. 
Zoom Info
lets-have-crazy-science:

My first attempt at glitch art! There are many ways to create glitch art and one of them is to alter the coding of the file creating errors on purpose which is the method I used here. No Photoshop whatsoever involved, just codes. Pretty much like genetically modifying DNA, except this is picture DNA. If you were to open these images in a hex code editor, the clones respective names and "This organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property" can be found somewhere in the code as seen in the screenshot, because I put them there :d.  I wish I could’ve went even further with the glitching but there’s a risk of damaging/breaking the files if you go too far, much like with *cough*realhumans*cough*. 
Zoom Info
lets-have-crazy-science:

My first attempt at glitch art! There are many ways to create glitch art and one of them is to alter the coding of the file creating errors on purpose which is the method I used here. No Photoshop whatsoever involved, just codes. Pretty much like genetically modifying DNA, except this is picture DNA. If you were to open these images in a hex code editor, the clones respective names and "This organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property" can be found somewhere in the code as seen in the screenshot, because I put them there :d.  I wish I could’ve went even further with the glitching but there’s a risk of damaging/breaking the files if you go too far, much like with *cough*realhumans*cough*. 
Zoom Info
lets-have-crazy-science:

My first attempt at glitch art! There are many ways to create glitch art and one of them is to alter the coding of the file creating errors on purpose which is the method I used here. No Photoshop whatsoever involved, just codes. Pretty much like genetically modifying DNA, except this is picture DNA. If you were to open these images in a hex code editor, the clones respective names and "This organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property" can be found somewhere in the code as seen in the screenshot, because I put them there :d.  I wish I could’ve went even further with the glitching but there’s a risk of damaging/breaking the files if you go too far, much like with *cough*realhumans*cough*. 
Zoom Info

lets-have-crazy-science:

My first attempt at glitch art! There are many ways to create glitch art and one of them is to alter the coding of the file creating errors on purpose which is the method I used here. No Photoshop whatsoever involved, just codes. Pretty much like genetically modifying DNA, except this is picture DNA. If you were to open these images in a hex code editor, the clones respective names and "This organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property" can be found somewhere in the code as seen in the screenshot, because I put them there :d.  

I wish I could’ve went even further with the glitching but there’s a risk of damaging/breaking the files if you go too far, much like with *cough*realhumans*cough*. 

(Source: lets-have-crazy-science.tumblr.com )