pokemon-photography:

blazikingdom:

thedevintownsendfanproject:

offside-goal:

guaridadelmalvado:

"shoes in spanish"

MOMMY ISSUES

JAPANESE PORNSTAR

But you guys need to watch the video if you haven’t already

I wasn’t expecting these to be clever.  

pokemon-photography:

blazikingdom:

thedevintownsendfanproject:

offside-goal:

guaridadelmalvado:

"shoes in spanish"

MOMMY ISSUES

JAPANESE PORNSTAR

But you guys need to watch the video if you haven’t already

I wasn’t expecting these to be clever.  

Frequently, I am assumed to be a leader despite my desire to be none at all. 

It is taxing. Sometimes, I don’t wish to explain or make decisions. Unless I sign up for the position, please don’t make me a target to use as guidance for your arrows. 

Posted on August 28, 2014

Reblogged from: Hello There

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cyclopentadiene:

…..excuse me, the what rule?

Posted on August 28, 2014

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nanodash:

psychonauticthought:

nanodash:

This is an image of Tourmaline, photographed from two different angles with polarised light.

Tourmaline is Pleochromic, meaning it changes colour as the angle changes. This isn’t a surface effect like the changing rainbow colours on an oil slick, it happens throughout the crystal.

The crystal structure in Tourmaline is anisotropic, which means it looks different from different directions. That means light coming in from different directions experience different effects and can get absorbed in different amounts, leading to something very cool.

It also happens with other crystals, like this Cordierite

There needs to be a video of this!

Here’s a gif. I like gifs. This is Iolite, the gem version of Cordierite, changing colour as the angle changes. Pretty. If you absolutely need a video though, here’s the source

image

Posted on August 24, 2014

Reblogged from: Shychemist

Source: nanodash

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What is your ultimate fantasy? - Anonymous

becomingathena:

Financial stability.

Posted on August 24, 2014

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Many scholars forget, it seems to me, that our enjoyment of the great works of literature depends more upon the depth of our sympathy than upon our understanding. The trouble is that very few of their laborious explanations stick in the memory. The mind drops them as a branch drops its overripe fruit. … Again and again I ask impatiently, “Why concern myself with these explanations and hypotheses?” They fly hither and thither in my thought like blind birds beating the air with ineffectual wings. I do not mean to object to a thorough knowledge of the famous works we read. I object only to the interminable comments and bewildering criticisms that teach but one thing: there are as many opinions as there are men.

— Helen Keller (via observando)

Posted on August 23, 2014

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