Anonymous said: why are white people so sensitive

brad-t:

catholicnun:

This mess

hahahahaha her bio:

daddysfallenangel-:

We’re not the ones that still cry about slavery.

I’m a bit of a walking contradiction. I’ve been told I should have been born in the 80’s, even the 70’s. Whatever is said I know I should have not been born in the 90’s. I’m a horror fanatic. I’ll watch any horror movie. Even if it’s a ‘z-rate film’. I’ve got this thing for metal; not screamo, METAL, the genre that created your shitty screamo genre. And 80’s rock, also. Play Pantera or Avenged Sevenfold around me and I’ll love you forever.

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zodiacs

sexywiddlebaby:

aries - fucking weeb
taurus - otaku trash
gemini - sleeps w/ at least 2 waifu pillows
cancer - wants to be a mangaka
leo - entry level anime filth
virgo - likes sword art online
libra - owns all of evangelion on dvd
scorpio - subscribed to shonen jump
sagittarius - pocky eater
capricorn - wears neko ears to family events
aquarius - naruto runner
pisces - wapanese

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80s-90s-supermodels:

Thierry Mugler, early 90sModel : Beverly Peele

80s-90s-supermodels:

Thierry Mugler, early 90s
Model : Beverly Peele

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motivationintohabit:

a-tiny-romantic-dream:

ben-c:

theflowerwithoutfragrance:

ben-c:

i’ve literally been getting people messaging me daily about this BS since i made that post about fasting being unhealthy.

so here.

here are the actual irrefutable scientifically proven facts on the matter.

if you want natural ways to lose weight that are HEALTHY, or natural ways to cleanse that are HEALTHY, feel free to message me and i will help you without letting you starve

please for lucifer’s sake stop stop stop condoning starvation. it’s dangerous and it’s deadly and i am so sick of impressionable young people being taught that this is acceptable in any way. starvation is not the answer to anything

Always reblog

what do u mean always reblog i posted this 5 minutes ago

THIS THIS THIS. I have caused myself permanent damage. After three years I said to my doctor ‘well, by now my metabolism should have gone back to normal, right?’ hahahHAHA….. No, it didn’t. “It never will”, she replied. Losing weight for those in recovery is hard but it is still possible, by working out and building muscle (that burn the calories your slowed down metabolism won’t burn).

Just don’t ever starve yourself, don’t skip meals. 

<3

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awkwardsituationist:

from “fantastic fungi, the forbidden fruit” by louis schwartzberg, a documentary about mycologist paul stamets. “the task that we face today is to understand the language in nature. my mission is to discover the language of the fungal networks that communicate with the ecosystem. i believe that nature is intelligent. the fact that we lack the language skills to communicate with nature does not impugn the concept that nature is intelligent; it speaks to the inadequacy of our skill set for communication,” paul says. “i believe nature is a force for good. good is not only a concept, it is a spirit. and hopefully this spirit of goodness will survive.”

excerpts from paul stamets TED talk, “six ways mushrooms can save the world”:

mycelium infuses all landscapes, it holds soils together. it’s extremely tenacious. it holds up to 30,000 times its mass. we have now discovered that there is a multi directional transfer of nutrients between plants, mitigated by the mycelium. in a single cubic inch of soil, there can be more than eight miles of these cells. the mycelium, in the right conditions, produces a mushroom that bursts through with such ferocity it can break asphalt.

we’re more closely related to fungi than we are to any other kingdom. we share in common the same pathogens. fungi don’t like to rot from bacteria, and so our best antibiotics come from fungi. i”ve been a scanning electron microscopist for many years, and when i’m staring at the mycelium, i realize that they are microfiltration membranes. we exhale carbon dioxide, so does mycelium. it inhales oxygen, just like we do. but these are essentially externalized stomachs and lungs. and i present to you a concept that these are extended neurological membranes.

most of you may not know that fungi were the first organisms to come to land. they came to land 1.3 billion years ago, and plants followed several hundred million years later. the mycelium produced oxalic acids, pockmarking rock and grabbing calcium and other minerals and forming calcium oxalates. this makes the rocks crumble, and is the first step in the generation of soil.

now, we’ve had several extinction events (and our currently in the sixth), and 65 million years ago we had an asteroid impact, and a huge amount of debris was jettisoned into the atmosphere. sunlight was cut off, and fungi inherited the earth. those organisms that paired with fungi were rewarded, because fungi do not need light. fungi use radiation as a source of energy, much like plants use light. so, the prospect of fungi existing on other planets elsewhere, i think, is a forgone conclusion.

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adlerplanetarium:

On July 31, 1969, the @nasa Mariner 6 #spacecraft encountered Mars. Together with Mariner 7, nearly 200 photos were taken with the goal of studying the Martian surface. This photo, recorded by Mariner 7, shows the planet’s southern polar ice cap. #tbt #science4everyone

adlerplanetarium:

On July 31, 1969, the @nasa Mariner 6 #spacecraft encountered Mars. Together with Mariner 7, nearly 200 photos were taken with the goal of studying the Martian surface. This photo, recorded by Mariner 7, shows the planet’s southern polar ice cap. #tbt #science4everyone

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colchrishadfield:

21,000 years ago, the ice over Montreal was 3 kilometers thick, and dwarfed the Sears and CN Towers. The land is still rising back up like a sponge from the great weight of the ice. Conditions changing over time. (xkcd)

colchrishadfield:

21,000 years ago, the ice over Montreal was 3 kilometers thick, and dwarfed the Sears and CN Towers. The land is still rising back up like a sponge from the great weight of the ice. Conditions changing over time. (xkcd)

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scifigeneration:

Rocky planets are thought to form through the random collision and sticking together of what are initially microscopic particles in the disc of material around a star. These tiny grains, known as cosmic dust, are similar to very fine soot or sand. Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have found that the outer region of a dusty disc encircling a brown dwarf — a star-like object, but one too small to shine brightly like a star — also contains millimetre-sized solid grains like those found in denser discs around newborn stars. The finding challenges theories of how rocky, Earth-scale planets form, and suggests that rocky planets may be even more common in the Universe than expected.

Credit:ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/L. Calçada (ESO)/M. Kornmesser, J. Freitag, S. Messenger

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Accompanying the Sun in its 250 million year journey around the center of the Milky Way is a retinue of small worlds. Some are planets, some are moons, some asteroids, some comets. We humans are one of the 50 billion species that have grown up and evolved on a small planet, third from the Sun, that we call the Earth.

We have sent spacecraft to examine seventy of the other worlds in our system, and to enter the atmospheres or land on the surfaces of four of them….We have been engaged in a mythic endeavor.

Carl Sagan, Billions and Billions (via whats-out-there)

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