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queer trash on the move

queer trash on the move

— Shared 4 days ago on September 27


I’ve never been this anxious over travelling before, thank you ptsd

so happy to be going with mam and stepdad, means I have someone to help calm me down



I only slept like an hour so sleeping in the car it is

— Shared 5 days ago on September 27


it’s 5 in the morning and I’ve already been up for an hour

— Shared 5 days ago on September 27 with 1 note


gracecrane:

Nine Days of Brooklyn Nine-Nine - day 3: Favorite Male Character - Terry Jeffords

"I was born ready! And then I was not born ready for a while, but now I’m back to being born ready!"



im leaving tomorrow and i do not feel in control at all

im leaving tomorrow and i do not feel in control at all

— Shared 5 days ago on September 26 with 1 note


theenergyissue:

Clouds Crashing Over Nebraska

Storm chaser Alex Schueth captured timelapse of a rare cloud formation called undulatus asperatus during a storm over Lincoln, Nebraska earlier this summer. The term, which translates to “roughed or agitated waves,” describes the bizarre rolling pattern formed by the clouds. Observers have noted that the phenomenon gives the impression of being underwater looking up at the surface at waves. Margaret LeMone, a cloud expert with the National Center for Atmospheric Research has taken photos of asperatus clouds for 30 years, and considers it a likely new cloud type.



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thebicker:

stay-human:

I remember when I first found out the truth about “Somali pirates” I got chills because of how horrific the truth was and how insanely creepily well the media had twisted the situation. Every single fucking article making it seem like these “pirates” were just…



khymeira:

sixpenceee:

A graduate student has created the first man-made biological leaf. It absorbs water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen just like a plant. He did this by suspending chloroplasts in a mixture made out of silk protein. He believed it can be used for many things but the most striking one is the thought that it could be used for long distance space travel. Plants do not grow in space, but this synthetic material can be used to produce oxygen in a hostile environment. (Video)

Julian Melchiorri’s terraforming protocols

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