1. queenelxa:

spacebisexuals:

eyes-like-hers:

deepr:

cattart:

hazelbuttz:

hazelbuttz:

Shout out to Carlos Benavides, the coffee guy for the animators of Disney’s Frozen


You go, Carlos.

fan base for carlos

Carlos rocks

die hard Carlos fan right here

Carlos Benavides is a long time caffeinator for Disney! He provided caffeination for
Meet The Robinsons
Tangled
Whinnie the Pooh
Frozen


OMG GUYS. IT’S HIM!!!!!!

    queenelxa:

    spacebisexuals:

    eyes-like-hers:

    deepr:

    cattart:

    hazelbuttz:

    hazelbuttz:

    Shout out to Carlos Benavides, the coffee guy for the animators of Disney’s Frozen

    You go, Carlos.

    fan base for carlos

    Carlos rocks

    die hard Carlos fan right here

    Carlos Benavides is a long time caffeinator for Disney! He provided caffeination for

    1. Meet The Robinsons
    2. Tangled
    3. Whinnie the Pooh
    4. Frozen

    OMG GUYS. IT’S HIM!!!!!!

  2. manafromheaven:

    haussofkm:

    mockeryd:

    Dog: I AM SORRY BABY HUMAN! DO NOT CRY ANYMORE! i SHALL BRING YOU MORE TOYS

    The cutest thing ever.

    OMG

  3. phototoartguy:

    Puppy’s First Visit To The Beach Will Make All Other Dog Photos Out There Irrelevant

    This little fella’s name is Champ. He’s a 9-week-old golden retriever that went to the beach for the first time in Hagar Township on Lake Michigan.

    Photograher Patrick Holthof

  4. pricepricebaby:

    abulletforniki:

    powerofvoodoo:

    well this is rEALLY CUTE.

    IT’S THE CUTEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN.

    I have reblogged this at least 5 times and I don’t care

  5. doyouwannabuildasnowman:

invanity-wetrust:

ticklesthesomething:

geminihoneybee:

olitwist:

toluicacid:

pink-nation-xoxo:

disney-rapunzel-merida-vanellope:

Let’s give a moment to those mothers that can not have a child…

and to the husbands that stick by their wives regardless of wether they can have a child

This was the most realistic Disney movie ever.

yeah the part where the house flies off due to a bunch of balloons was very realistic 



Actually they consulted an architect about how many balloons exactly it would take to do that to a house of that exact size and weight. They calculated that moment using a physics engine and took everything into account. Unless a professional architect as well as all of the physics professors who put their effort into that highly advanced physics engine are wrong, that take off was actually very doable and scientifically accurate.

GET WRECKED SON

It just got better

Well, actually… National Geographic built a small house to fly with balloons on “How Hard Can It Be?”.  They could not use regular sized balloons because it was too much weight, even with a small one bedroom “house” that was made out of super light materials.  They explain it all in the episode.  They had to upgrade to large weather balloons that were 8 ft in diameter.  I was lucky enough to volunteer all night helping put these large balloons into place before launch.  Each balloon took an entire tank of helium to fill and two people were required at all times to hold each balloon because they had so much lift.
So, actually the movie wasn’t too far off reality with a flying house.  It is possible.
http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/videos/a-house-in-flight/

    doyouwannabuildasnowman:

    invanity-wetrust:

    ticklesthesomething:

    geminihoneybee:

    olitwist:

    toluicacid:

    pink-nation-xoxo:

    disney-rapunzel-merida-vanellope:

    Let’s give a moment to those mothers that can not have a child…

    and to the husbands that stick by their wives regardless of wether they can have a child

    This was the most realistic Disney movie ever.

    yeah the part where the house flies off due to a bunch of balloons was very realistic 

    Actually they consulted an architect about how many balloons exactly it would take to do that to a house of that exact size and weight. They calculated that moment using a physics engine and took everything into account. Unless a professional architect as well as all of the physics professors who put their effort into that highly advanced physics engine are wrong, that take off was actually very doable and scientifically accurate.

    GET WRECKED SON

    It just got better

    Well, actually… National Geographic built a small house to fly with balloons on “How Hard Can It Be?”.  They could not use regular sized balloons because it was too much weight, even with a small one bedroom “house” that was made out of super light materials.  They explain it all in the episode.  They had to upgrade to large weather balloons that were 8 ft in diameter.  I was lucky enough to volunteer all night helping put these large balloons into place before launch.  Each balloon took an entire tank of helium to fill and two people were required at all times to hold each balloon because they had so much lift.

    So, actually the movie wasn’t too far off reality with a flying house.  It is possible.

    http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/videos/a-house-in-flight/

About me

I am a fourth year at Cal Poly SLO studying aerospace engineering. I love everything Disney, and go to Disneyland whenever possible. Reading, scrap booking, and painting are my passions, as well as hanging out with my friends and meeting new people. I am definitely loving life. :)