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petalspalace:

to-be-a-lost-boy:

tardisinwonderland:

necromander:

Be careful what you wish for.

Wow I never realized that the colors were inverted

You’d think I would have noticed that

That’s the point. The world Coraline lives in is supposed to be boring and gray, but the people are what give it life and purpose. In the Other Mother’s world the people are plastic puppets where she pulls the strings because it presumably changes for every child she takes, but the world around them is bright and colorful for the purpose of enticing the children to stay… before they notice the inhabitants are nothing but dust.

that was deep

This was the scariest damn film I’ve ever seen

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justplainsomething:

wordsthatididntsay:

Fellow students, grab some textbooks/ebooks from here, here, here, and here.

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We’re trying to get an education. Not go for broke. Hope this helps everyone out a little. I have so many issues with publishers and the daylight robbery that is textbooks. 

Because I remember how shitty textbook prices were in college, here are some other options for my followers.

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fizzingwizard:

Found this floating around the internet years and years ago. No idea where it’s from. But man. Now I know why we never see Logan teaching class on panel!
"bring beanie babies"
D:

fizzingwizard:

Found this floating around the internet years and years ago. No idea where it’s from. But man. Now I know why we never see Logan teaching class on panel!

"bring beanie babies"

D:

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supinternets:

samhainchester:

to be honest, i’m supremely disappointed this didn’t get more notes

I am cackling like a moron.

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spicyshimmy:

instead of just kudos or hearts, i think fics should also have the following options as tickboxes for feedback

  • grinned at computer screen until face hurt
  • felt second hand embarrassment for characters so acutely, had to jog in place for a while before being able to continue…
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womenwhokickass:

Mariam “Al-Astrolabiya” Al-Ijliya: Why she kicks ass
She lived in the tenth century in Aleppo, Syria and was a famous scientist who designed and constructed astrolabes.
Astrolabes were global positioning instruments that determine the position of the sun and planets, so they were used in the fields of astronomy, astrology and horoscopes. They were also used to tell time and for navigation by finding location by latitude and longitude. They were also used to find the Qibla, prayer times, and determine starting days for Ramadan and Eid.
Mariam Al-Ijliya came from a family of engineers and manufacturers, like her father and many engineers, she was a student of a certain Bitolus, who was a well known manufacturer of astrolabes in Baghdad and she in turn became his student. Her hand-crafted designs were so intricate and innovative that she was employed by the ruler of the city, Sayf Al Dawla, from 944 AD until 967 AD.

womenwhokickass:

Mariam “Al-Astrolabiya” Al-Ijliya: Why she kicks ass

  • She lived in the tenth century in Aleppo, Syria and was a famous scientist who designed and constructed astrolabes.
  • Astrolabes were global positioning instruments that determine the position of the sun and planets, so they were used in the fields of astronomy, astrology and horoscopes. They were also used to tell time and for navigation by finding location by latitude and longitude. They were also used to find the Qibla, prayer times, and determine starting days for Ramadan and Eid.
  • Mariam Al-Ijliya came from a family of engineers and manufacturers, like her father and many engineers, she was a student of a certain Bitolus, who was a well known manufacturer of astrolabes in Baghdad and she in turn became his student. Her hand-crafted designs were so intricate and innovative that she was employed by the ruler of the city, Sayf Al Dawla, from 944 AD until 967 AD.

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scinerds:

The Promise of Poop

Our gut feelings tell us that poop is gross full of germs and bacteria that we wouldn’t want to go near, much less put someone else in our bodies. But in the medical world, one’s feces may be another input to survival. The method is very trouble-free enough:
First the doctors flush all the contents from the colon of a patient infected with intestinal pathogens like Clostridium difficile. Then, via a thin plastic tube, stool from a donor fills the now empty intestine with healthy gut microbial flora.
As unorthodox as it sounds, experts have reported positive effects of fecal transplant in more than fifteen diseases, from irritable bowel syndrome to non-gastrointestinal diseases akin to multiple sclerosis and even depression.
Therefore, evidence remains feeble, and more scientific studies are required before the method can become mainstream.

scinerds:

The Promise of Poop

Our gut feelings tell us that poop is gross full of germs and bacteria that we wouldn’t want to go near, much less put someone else in our bodies. But in the medical world, one’s feces may be another input to survival. The method is very trouble-free enough:

First the doctors flush all the contents from the colon of a patient infected with intestinal pathogens like Clostridium difficile. Then, via a thin plastic tube, stool from a donor fills the now empty intestine with healthy gut microbial flora.

As unorthodox as it sounds, experts have reported positive effects of fecal transplant in more than fifteen diseases, from irritable bowel syndrome to non-gastrointestinal diseases akin to multiple sclerosis and even depression.

Therefore, evidence remains feeble, and more scientific studies are required before the method can become mainstream.

(via thescienceofreality)

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cannibalisnn:

Can more people talk about this picture of Hugh Dancy

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