The Adult Water Temple
sangrebelleza:

moonblossom:

d0cpr0fess0r:

tsupertsundere:

fuckyeahwomenprotesting:

tontonmichel:

The choice is yours.

This is a shit ton of bullshit and shaming. People are born with health problems and perfectly healthy people develop health problems. There isn’t always a choice.

are your eyes red, itchy, and inflamed? don’t reach for those eyedrops, just grab a fucking red pepper and shove that into your eyes instead, just fucking jam all the vegetables you can into your eyes you fucking animal just do itgo greengo green

Inject V8 directly into your veins you miserable bag of trash. Get a giant syringe full of vegetable juice and stab right through your fucking arm in a wild attempt to cure your heart condition.

Wow, and here I could have saved all the time and discomfort of fucking brain surgery by eating a leek or something. WHO KNEW?!

You suffering from severe pain caused by arthritis, chronic pain, herniated disc… Fuckin eat yo self some lettuce you’ll feel better.
Fucking dumb post

sangrebelleza:

moonblossom:

d0cpr0fess0r:

tsupertsundere:

fuckyeahwomenprotesting:

tontonmichel:

The choice is yours.

This is a shit ton of bullshit and shaming. People are born with health problems and perfectly healthy people develop health problems. There isn’t always a choice.

are your eyes red, itchy, and inflamed? don’t reach for those eyedrops, just grab a fucking red pepper and shove that into your eyes instead, just fucking jam all the vegetables you can into your eyes you fucking animal just do it
go green
go green

Inject V8 directly into your veins you miserable bag of trash. Get a giant syringe full of vegetable juice and stab right through your fucking arm in a wild attempt to cure your heart condition.

Wow, and here I could have saved all the time and discomfort of fucking brain surgery by eating a leek or something. WHO KNEW?!

You suffering from severe pain caused by arthritis, chronic pain, herniated disc… Fuckin eat yo self some lettuce you’ll feel better.

Fucking dumb post

asf13957:

tinyfishlungs:

Common Loon

(Just admitted one of these birds yesterday. Gorgeous.)

With this post, B, I am sending you psychological/digital hugs <3 oo

travelingcolors:

Castle and church of Bled | Slovenia (by Lenart Zore)

asf13957:

IC5070 - The Pelican Nebula by Jesús M. Vargas and Maritxu Poyal

"New reprocessed. This time the sum total of Narrow Band + RGB + Luminance Halfa shots, treated with stars."

The Pelican Nebula is an H II region associated with the North America Nebula in the constellation Cygnus. The gaseous contortions of this emission nebula bear a resemblance to a pelican, giving rise to its name. [**]

I thought you might like these pictures, love.

thelandofmaps:

Legality of Corporal Punishment Europe vs. USA [1219x573]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

thelandofmaps:

Legality of Corporal Punishment Europe vs. USA [1219x573]
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
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shadowmaat:

This is a seriously impressive body of work. Jackson Crawford is a lecturer at UCLA, where he teaches Old Norse, Scandinavian Mythology, Vikings, and Sagas. He’s transformed the entirety of the Star Wars movies (1-6) into an Icelandic Saga, with dual translations in Old Norse and English. Just skimming through it is amazing. For instance, here’s the scene with Han and Greedo:

“Let us throw axes,” said Hani the Duelist, “My father was a great viking, and I think this to be the manliest of sports.”
“Certainly it is,” said Grídó, “And we shall throw our axes at the same time.” He heaved up his axe, and Hani heaved up his own.
But Hani threw his axe first, and the axe dug all the way into the brain of Grídó, who fell down dead straightaway.
And then Hani the Duelist spoke this stanza:

I know what is proper:
I pray, with happy heart,
To all the mighty spirits of battle,
The ones who crafted the stars in the heavens,
And all the gods of war,
That a bloody eagle
Will perch with blood-stained beak
Above the rotting remains of Grídó’s scalp.
I killed him.

Then Hani the Duelist, son of Jarl Sóló, left the house, and with him was Tsiubakka the Frisian.

Go check it out. 

istanbulunbeyfendisi:

Akşam olsa da yesek! :)

istanbulunbeyfendisi:

Akşam olsa da yesek! :)

kylejthompson:

Plague(2014) - Kyle Thompson

How did you deal with those cockroaches on your naked body?

kylejthompson:

Haa the cockroaches really grossed me out at first.  I bought like a dozen online, and they accidentally sent me the order twice so I had a huge tub of cockroaches.  Theres definitely this innate visceral reaction to huge bugs like that, so it took me a few days to get used to it.  Also they hiss and run around like crazy most of the time you touch them so I’d flinch every time I handled one.  I think it’s important to push your boundaries, so I like to shoot things that makes me uncomfortable.  Same with lighting myself on fire, or going in cold water, or photos in very public places, or sleeping in some abandoned houses and all that. Just trying to push my boundaries and let it reflect in my work

johnnythehorse:

Bruce McCall

johnnythehorse:

Bruce McCall

asf13957:

B, I love you &lt;3 oo

asf13957:

B, I love you <3 oo

kqedscience:

Generations of Exploration: From Hubble to the James Webb Space Telescope
If you think the list of achievements of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is impressive, consider that its successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, will sport a mirror 21 feet across, with more than 20 times the light-collecting capability of its predecessor!
Learn more from astronomer Ben Burress of Chabot Space &amp; Science Center.

kqedscience:

Generations of Exploration: From Hubble to the James Webb Space Telescope

If you think the list of achievements of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is impressive, consider that its successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, will sport a mirror 21 feet across, with more than 20 times the light-collecting capability of its predecessor!

Learn more from astronomer Ben Burress of Chabot Space & Science Center.

thenewenlightenmentage:

Starshade Could Help Photograph Distant Planets
As a planet orbits near its sun, the bright stellar light interferes with observations made from Earth. To block the excess light, NASA scientists want to launch into space a large instrument called a starshade that will allow a space telescope to directly image an Earth-sized planet in an Earth-like orbit.
“A starshade removes most of the starlight by blocking it outside the telescope. It creates a shadow much like the Moon does during a solar eclipse,” said Jeremy Kasdin of Princeton University in an email.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

Starshade Could Help Photograph Distant Planets

As a planet orbits near its sun, the bright stellar light interferes with observations made from Earth. To block the excess light, NASA scientists want to launch into space a large instrument called a starshade that will allow a space telescope to directly image an Earth-sized planet in an Earth-like orbit.

“A starshade removes most of the starlight by blocking it outside the telescope. It creates a shadow much like the Moon does during a solar eclipse,” said Jeremy Kasdin of Princeton University in an email.

Continue Reading

utcjonesobservatory:

Hubble Telescope Detects Water On Five Exoplanets:
NASA’s Hubble Telescope has discovered signs of water vapor on five Jupiter-sized planets outside the solar system.
But the fiery planets are not suitable for life, sitting too close to their respective suns to sustain water on the surface, scientists say. The telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3, which measures near-infrared light, detected traces of water by observing each planet as it passed in front its sun, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Scientists expect the James Webb Telescope, which plans to launch in 2018, will be stronger than the Hubble and able to spot signs of water on smaller planets similar to Earth.

utcjonesobservatory:

Hubble Telescope Detects Water On Five Exoplanets:

NASA’s Hubble Telescope has discovered signs of water vapor on five Jupiter-sized planets outside the solar system.

But the fiery planets are not suitable for life, sitting too close to their respective suns to sustain water on the surface, scientists say. The telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3, which measures near-infrared light, detected traces of water by observing each planet as it passed in front its sun, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Scientists expect the James Webb Telescope, which plans to launch in 2018, will be stronger than the Hubble and able to spot signs of water on smaller planets similar to Earth.