"I don’t pay attention to the
world ending.
It has ended for me
many times
and began again in the morning."

Nayyirah Waheed  (via daughterofgollum)

(Source: magnifiquementtragique, via pizza)

steveblogers:

alkowhol:

misandry-mermaid:

lolatprolife:

personhoodusa:

Human life begins at the moment of fertilization. http://ift.tt/1xeARBj

Some days you don’t even need to make fun of them, they do it all themselves. - Rachel








Amen to that addition.

THIS IS A PERSON!!!!!!!!!

(actually, it’s a sea urchin [x].  but i’m sure anti-choicers could tell the difference between an echinoderm and a full-fledged person…right?)
the kind folks at personhoodusa might be confused.  after all, they seem to have intellectual integrity on par with an 8-cell stage embryo, given that they didn’t feel any need to attribute this picture to its source.  luckily for them, some of us weren’t raised in a goddamn barn.  this image was taken by Yorgos Nikas at Wellcome Images.  

steveblogers:

alkowhol:

misandry-mermaid:

lolatprolife:

personhoodusa:

Human life begins at the moment of fertilization. http://ift.tt/1xeARBj

Some days you don’t even need to make fun of them, they do it all themselves. - Rachel

Amen to that addition.

THIS IS A PERSON!!!!!!!!!

(actually, it’s a sea urchin [x].  but i’m sure anti-choicers could tell the difference between an echinoderm and a full-fledged person…right?)

the kind folks at personhoodusa might be confused.  after all, they seem to have intellectual integrity on par with an 8-cell stage embryo, given that they didn’t feel any need to attribute this picture to its source.  luckily for them, some of us weren’t raised in a goddamn barn.  this image was taken by Yorgos Nikas at Wellcome Images.  

(via georgeblahden)


the greatest picture of all time

the greatest picture of all time

(Source: petercapcldi, via pizza)

r0wdyruff:

help me, i am trapped

in a haiku factory

save me, before they

(Source: litlpup, via pizza)

baiovevo:

FIVE YEARS HE WAITED FIVE YEARS

(via pizza)

sci-universe:

did-you-kno:

Source 

Most of what we know about Venus is from the 1970s and ’80s. Soviet scientists composed all kinds of panoramas of the planet:
Here is a shot of its atmosphere from 1975, captured by the first artificial satellite of Venus. It performed the first long-term survey of cloud structure and dynamics. 

1982:
and in 1983 the twin orbiters, Venera-15 and Venera-16, carried out the first high resolution survey of the surface:
They did a good job.

sci-universe:

did-you-kno:

Source 

Most of what we know about Venus is from the 1970s and ’80s. Soviet scientists composed all kinds of panoramas of the planet:

Here is a shot of its atmosphere from 1975, captured by the first artificial satellite of Venus. It performed the first long-term survey of cloud structure and dynamics. 

1982:

and in 1983 the twin orbiters, Venera-15 and Venera-16, carried out the first high resolution survey of the surface:


They did a good job.

(via space-tart)