Fashion! Put It All On Me ➝  Kristian Aadnevik f/w 2014-2015[2/2]

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cherrywvvess:

creepshowapparel:

Need

Can we grow old in this house please?

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bakeanddestroy:

i-amjadeyfishh:

jcorey:

janicexxx:

fleshlight:

To show our support for Christy Mack we are offering a $5K reward for info leading to the arrest of “War Machine.”

It’s up to $10,000 now. Signal boost.

Just reblog this shit trust me & fuck him.

He’s probably hiding out somewhere here in SD since he lives here…


This guy makes me sick.

bakeanddestroy:

i-amjadeyfishh:

jcorey:

janicexxx:

fleshlight:

To show our support for Christy Mack we are offering a $5K reward for info leading to the arrest of “War Machine.”

It’s up to $10,000 now. Signal boost.

Just reblog this shit trust me & fuck him.

He’s probably hiding out somewhere here in SD since he lives here…

This guy makes me sick.

pappubahry:

The moon, photographed by either David Scott or James Irwin near the landing site of Apollo 15, July 1971.  (Mission-roll-frame AS15-85-11354ff.)

pappubahry:

The moon, photographed by either David Scott or James Irwin near the landing site of Apollo 15, July 1971.  (Mission-roll-frame AS15-85-11354ff.)

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"Until the middle twentieth century, it was impossible to see how mere atoms and molecules could account for the intricacy and elegance, the fitting of form to function, of a living thing."

Carl Sagan (via whats-out-there)

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howstuffworks:

TechStuff » Tesla: The Man, the Myths, the Truth

Nikola Tesla was a genius, a science nerd, and an underdog — the perfect recipe for an Internet superhero. But who was Nikola Tesla, really? What did he actually invent? Join Jonathan and Lauren as they explore some of the popular misconceptions about Tesla’s life and work.

Tesla in his laboratory, circa 1910. [Image source]

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"One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done."

Marie Curie (passed away exactly eighty years ago)

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spacettf:

FXS_1718s by savillent on Flickr.
thenewenlightenmentage:

Heart-Shaped Bubbles
In the area of NGC1929 in the LMC is found the complex nebula seen above. Known as the N44 superbubble complex, this turbulent emission nebula is dominated by a vast bubble about 325 by 250 light-years across. The bubble’s interior is formed either by massive winds produced by a cluster of a few to many OB stars combined with the remnant shell of old supernovae. If you look closely along the right of the nebula you can discern the presence of a second bubble. As superbubbles expand and age their surface brightness diminishes. Finally it is thought that superbubbles can trigger new star formation in areas of the shells where gases condense.
Image Credit: SSRO/PROMPT AND NOAO/AURA/NSF

thenewenlightenmentage:

Heart-Shaped Bubbles

In the area of NGC1929 in the LMC is found the complex nebula seen above. Known as the N44 superbubble complex, this turbulent emission nebula is dominated by a vast bubble about 325 by 250 light-years across. The bubble’s interior is formed either by massive winds produced by a cluster of a few to many OB stars combined with the remnant shell of old supernovae. If you look closely along the right of the nebula you can discern the presence of a second bubble. As superbubbles expand and age their surface brightness diminishes. Finally it is thought that superbubbles can trigger new star formation in areas of the shells where gases condense.

Image Credit: SSRO/PROMPT AND NOAO/AURA/NSF

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astrodidact:

I’m sure a ton of you have seen this already, but there’s no way this isn’t going to be on my page. 

Same.

astrodidact:

I’m sure a ton of you have seen this already, but there’s no way this isn’t going to be on my page. 

Same.

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ofcityromance:

mythoccult:

Ed and Lorraine Warrens Occult Museum 

Museum that contains haunted objects.

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happilycamping
check this out!

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astrodidact:

The oldest rocks ever discovered in our solar system have been dated back about 4.57 billion years, meaning Earth obviously finished forming later than that. However, determining exactly when that happened can be difficult. New research presented by French geochemists from the University…