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killian-me-softly-jones:

Bob’s Burgers - BURGER OF THE DAY

roxred:

earthstory:

This cool little herbaceous perennial plant is called Physalis alkekengi. Due to its paper like appearance, it also commonly referred to as a Chinese or Japanese lantern. This plant blooms during the winter months and then dries in spring. Once it has dried out, the outer skin resembles a thin mesh and inside the bright red fruit can now be seen. -Jean Images from wikicommons

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roxred:

earthstory:


This cool little herbaceous perennial plant is called Physalis alkekengi. Due to its paper like appearance, it also commonly referred to as a Chinese or Japanese lantern. This plant blooms during the winter months and then dries in spring. Once it has dried out, the outer skin resembles a thin mesh and inside the bright red fruit can now be seen.

-Jean

Images from wikicommons

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game boy

game boy

dekutree:

orchid-ink:

iraffiruse:

Satisfying things

being a human is so weird

the leaf in the water made me so hungry idk why it’s so relaxing i gotta poop too

hoopingdotorg:

Jim Smith has been working out of Red Star Ironworks in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and take a look at his latest life size creation. He lives in Kaslo, British Columbia, Canada. Photo by Russell Monk. View/Like/Comment on Hooping.org.

hoopingdotorg:

Jim Smith has been working out of Red Star Ironworks in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and take a look at his latest life size creation. He lives in Kaslo, British Columbia, Canada. Photo by Russell Monk. View/Like/Comment on Hooping.org.

fuckyeahifightlikeagirl:

samflow:

The SCAR Project: Breast Cancer Is Not A Pink Ribbon

The SCAR Project is a series of large-scale portraits of young breast cancer survivors shot by fashion photographer David Jay. Primarily an awareness raising campaign, The SCAR Project puts a raw, unflinching face on early onset breast cancer while paying tribute to the courage and spirit of so many brave young women.

Dedicated to the more than 10,000 women under the age of 40 who will be diagnosed this year alone, The SCAR Project is an exercise in awareness, hope, reflection and healing.

Read more here

Now HERE’S a good goddamn glimpse at breast cancer.  Fuck your “save second base” bullshit.  -C

lordofvermin:

Giving the ground-mist a shimmer, little cups of light, illuminating the forest floor in the hours between sundown and moonrise…

lordofvermin:

Giving the ground-mist a shimmer, little cups of light, illuminating the forest floor in the hours between sundown and moonrise…

pennyfornasa:

Saturn May Have Produced a New Moon!
Say hello to Peggy! This new possible moon was spotted all clumped up on the outer rings of Saturn. Carl Murray (Queen Mary University, London), the lead author of the research paper recently published in the journal Icarus said, “We may be looking at the act of birth, where this object is just leaving the rings and heading off to be a moon in its own right.” Nobody knows yet what Peggy might be, but one possibility is that it’s an accumulation of ring material that has collapsed gravitationally under its own weight. Some of Saturn’s moons, especially the ones orbiting near the rings, are thought to have formed this way.
It’s always amazing to see the discoveries heralded by astronomers that demonstrate how much we have yet to learn about our own Solar System. It’s why NASA and space exploration is important because we should try and make sense of the Universe and how it came to be. Seeing a possible moon form would be a first for us and it’s happening right in our own backyard! Cassini will try and get a closer look at Peggy in late 2016 when it makes a closer approach
We could continue making discoveries and send more missions out into the Solar System, and even beyond with a Penny4NASA. So what are you waiting for? Take action today by visiting www.penny4nasa.com/take-action
Read more about the discovery of Peggy here: http://www.universetoday.com/111233/is-saturn-making-a-new-moon/

Saturn’s new moon, “Peggy”.

pennyfornasa:

Saturn May Have Produced a New Moon!

Say hello to Peggy! This new possible moon was spotted all clumped up on the outer rings of Saturn. Carl Murray (Queen Mary University, London), the lead author of the research paper recently published in the journal Icarus said, “We may be looking at the act of birth, where this object is just leaving the rings and heading off to be a moon in its own right.” Nobody knows yet what Peggy might be, but one possibility is that it’s an accumulation of ring material that has collapsed gravitationally under its own weight. Some of Saturn’s moons, especially the ones orbiting near the rings, are thought to have formed this way.

It’s always amazing to see the discoveries heralded by astronomers that demonstrate how much we have yet to learn about our own Solar System. It’s why NASA and space exploration is important because we should try and make sense of the Universe and how it came to be. Seeing a possible moon form would be a first for us and it’s happening right in our own backyard! Cassini will try and get a closer look at Peggy in late 2016 when it makes a closer approach

We could continue making discoveries and send more missions out into the Solar System, and even beyond with a Penny4NASA. So what are you waiting for? Take action today by visiting www.penny4nasa.com/take-action

Read more about the discovery of Peggy here: http://www.universetoday.com/111233/is-saturn-making-a-new-moon/

Saturn’s new moon, “Peggy”.

huffingtonpost:

Everything you need to know about checking the four upcoming lunar eclipses here.