Who are you, really?

Apr 14

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apupy:

fuck you mom and dad and your rules im moving out *shuffles away*
Apr 14

apupy:

fuck you mom and dad and your rules im moving out *shuffles away*

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psych2go:

You can follow/join the FaceBook group here. 
Here you get to request an invite, introduce yourself, and take part in listening in or being apart of discussions on this blog :)
Apr 14

psych2go:

You can follow/join the FaceBook group here. 

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psych2go:

You can follow/join the FaceBook group here. 
Here you get to request an invite, introduce yourself, and take part in listening in or being apart of discussions on this blog :)
Apr 14

psych2go:

You can follow/join the FaceBook group here. 

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dmcook:

an older drawing that i have always loved. you can get this on a phone case through www.gelaskins.com and just search bonethrower or david m cook in the artist section. you can also follow along on instagram at @bonethrower
Apr 14

dmcook:

an older drawing that i have always loved. you can get this on a phone case through www.gelaskins.com and just search bonethrower or david m cook in the artist section. you can also follow along on instagram at @bonethrower

Mar 13

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Mar 13

nationalpost:

Bring on the rocket cats! Bizarre 16th-century artillery manual shows illustration of jet pack weaponry

You’re a 16th century German prince plotting to crush a peasant rebellion, or perhaps you’re leading an army against the Ottoman Empire or looking to settle the score with a rival nobleman. What’s a guy looking for a tactical edge to do?

Bring on the rocket cats! http://natpo.st/1mYGdig

politico:

Exclusive: CIA emails reveal tension over terrorism probe http://politi.co/1qve4Po
Mar 13

politico:

Exclusive: CIA emails reveal tension over terrorism probe http://politi.co/1qve4Po

Mar 13

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Mar 12

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Mar 12

iamrickyhoover:

Hahahaha 😂

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Mar 12

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womensweardaily:

Kinsman RTW Fall 2014
Photo by Amy Graves
Joanna Kinsman based her year-old line on the Brazilian-cut bikini.  For More
See More From L.A. Fashion Week
Mar 12

womensweardaily:

Kinsman RTW Fall 2014

Photo by Amy Graves

Joanna Kinsman based her year-old line on the Brazilian-cut bikini.  For More

See More From L.A. Fashion Week

Mar 12

gasoline-station:

GINAN

by Keitaro Muto Architects

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Feb 17

euphues:

spaceplasma:

Binary star

A binary star is a star system consisting of two stars orbiting around their common center of mass. The brighter star is called the primary and the other is its companion star or secondary.

Binary stars are often detected optically, in which case they are called visual binaries. Many visual binaries have long orbital periods of several centuries or millennia and therefore have orbits which are uncertain or poorly known. They may also be detected by indirect techniques, such as spectroscopy (spectroscopic binaries) or astrometry (astrometric binaries). If a binary star happens to orbit in a plane along our line of sight, its components will eclipse and transit each other; these pairs are called eclipsing binaries, or, as they are detected by their changes in brightness during eclipses and transits, photometric binaries.

The first GIF shows an artist’s impression of an eclipsing binary star system. As the two stars orbit each other they pass in front of one another and their combined brightness, seen from a distance, decreases. 

Algol, known colloquially as the Demon Star, is a bright star in the constellation Perseus. It is one of the best known eclipsing binaries, (2nd GIF) although Algol is actually a three-star system (Beta Persei A, B, and C) in which the large and bright primary Beta Persei A is regularly eclipsed by the dimmer Beta Persei B.

The second animation was assembled from 55 images of the CHARA interferometer in the near-infrared H-band, sorted according to orbital phase.

Image credit: ESO/CHARA

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