Hey Vasquez . . .

sousaphoner:

eternalwinternight:

hunhanny:

I feel educated

Where was this when I was in calculus

why am i only seeing this now like

sousaphoner:

eternalwinternight:

hunhanny:

I feel educated

Where was this when I was in calculus

why am i only seeing this now like

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wateredmist:

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon - somewhat pastel colour palette (insp)

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veganfoody:

How to Tell if your Avocado is Ripe

veganfoody:

How to Tell if your Avocado is Ripe

Women Bathing in a Lake (18th century) / The Cloud Door (dir. Mani Kaul, 1994)

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This idea that we somehow have to be “fair” about everything is how we wind up having Bill Nye getting into public discussions about climate change, a spectacle my colleague Daniel D’Addario recently noted mistakenly gives the whole fiasco attention and credibility “as an entertaining, wacky debate between two personalities.” It’s how we wind up continuing on in a nation in which three out of ten people take the Bible literally, and an alarming nearly 40% believe in intelligent design. Roughly 18% of Americans believe the sun revolves around the earth Should we have a debate about it? Should we hear out the “sun revolves around the earth” faction?

In our zeal for balance, we have allowed ignorance to be perpetuated. We send our kids to schools where the “Christian Perspective” is given weight as historical fact. We talk about the “debate” over climate change as if it’s a “debate” and not a scientifically supported serious warning. We let other people’s ignorant arrogance run roughshod over our own misguided attempts at open-mindedness.

“Cosmos” isn’t trying to pick a fight. It’s a love letter to the triumph of investigation over superstition. It’s not perpetuating an agenda, other than maybe Neil deGrasse Tyson’s perfectly sane advice that you “don’t try to use the Bible as a textbook.” Or as Carl Sagan once said, “It is far better to grasp the universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.”

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unatract:

zay4ik:

why is it so small

it’s a baby

unatract:

zay4ik:

why is it so small

it’s a baby

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