On April 2 (this coming Tuesday) Google+, one of our six ‘official suppliers’ of quality GIFage will be shuttered. It’s being closed down due to lack of enough user interest. At Gifville, I am proud of the several years of amazing and eclectic GIFs that Google+ introduced me to, and the quirky and fascinating individuals who +1’ed them. Today will be the last day that I will be working with Google+ as a source before the shutdown. Farewell Google Plus, thanks for making Gifville what it is. I’m forever indebted to you.
Credits: Project Atmos and Discord via Ryan Young (Citrus Rain), Chevy W. (Phoenix Wright), PostingShit v7.1 and Google+
Power concentrated at a single point, overwhelmed, it explodes and casts off the dying fumes of a trillion atoms.
Credits: Protobacillus and Tumblr via hoomanda, psy and Pinterest
A character looking like the love child of Iggle Piggle (of In The Night Garden fame) and a Co-op banana flees a bunch of explosions in dramatic Hollywood style.
Credits: – and Twitter via Identity and GIPHY
Angry bombs make the biggest craters. Jong-Un Kim, take note!
GIF: big badaboom DATE: 01/05/2010
Credits: Ratedesi Forums
Feel the nuclear blast winds rattle your cheeks and obliterate your outhouse with our new patented ‘Next-Gen Physics System’. Gaming just got more realistic.
GIF: next-gen physics system DATE: 26/01/2009
Credits: Ratedesi Forums
Our first Classic GIFs post of 2017. Gifville’s cinemas are currently being packed with fans of the computer game The Legend of Zelda, who have come to watch a cartoon take on the best seller role-player directed by animator Richard Bassler, originally produced in 2005. The Legend of Realistic Zelda, rated PG.
GIF: the legend of zelda DATE: 08/08/2008
Credits: YTMND – Realistic Zelda (Richard Bassler) via Ratedesi Forums
Don’t let them blow our freedoms away.
Credits: piratenewsproductions.com via GifCities and Internet Archive
The time will come, if we don’t wake up…
Credits: Caza and Tumblr via Al Heden Chrism, Awesome GIF’s and Facebook
The nucleus is the small, dense region consisting of protons and neutrons at the center of an atom. The atomic nucleus was discovered in 1911 by Ernest Rutherford based on the 1909 Geiger–Marsden gold foil experiment. After the discovery of the neutron in 1932, models for a nucleus composed of protons and neutrons were quickly developed by Dmitri Ivanenko and Werner Heisenberg.Almost all of the mass of an atom is located in the nucleus, with a very small contribution from the electron cloud. Protons and neutrons are bound together to form a nucleus by the nuclear force.
Credits: Ma Page de gifs animés and Facebook, Wikipedia