Daubentonian

Hello, my name is S. Welcome to my blog. This is a subjectively accurate account of a multitude of things.

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twistedtorture:

if you follow the paintbrush with your eyes while not moving your head, it forces you to use emdr which is a therapeutic technique to calm anxiety/panic. watching fish swim causes the same effect.

I don’t have a favorite post on Tumblr, I don’t have things that I ‘always’ reblog.

But this is one thing I love seeing on my dash, I love having it on my blog, it really helps to calm me down and its amazing.

woo i actually feel calmer

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Government assistance in America is invisible until black people receive it. Then it becomes racialized, demonized and stigmatized.
Melissa Harris-Perry and Karen Finney (paraphrased), commenting on a recent New York Times editorial wherein black farmers were all but vilified as ‘lazy takers’ who gamed the system —for winning an historic discrimination lawsuit against the USDA: Pigford v. Glickman (via odinsblog)

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niknak79:

Fire breathing dog

inmytsinelas:

A guy photoshops celebrities into all of his holiday party photos

THIS IS MY ALLTIME FAVORITE POST

This is like top notch photoshopping. All the lighting and saturation seems cohesive. WHAT

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  • Me: Hello, how are you?
  • Man I just met: I'm good. So where are you from?
  • What man I just met meant: Why aren't you white?
  • Me (thinking): Do you always begin conversations with people this way? Or just with the "exotic" ones?

“Probably no stars will physically hit each other. There’s just so much space between the stars, but when Andromeda collides with us it’ll have a huge impact on the Milky Way. Some things will get thrown into the black hole in the middle, some stars will get ripped off and thrown away into space, so it’ll be dramatic. And the entire night sky will change.” - The Universe S1E9 Alien Galaxies

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science-junkie:

A storage power plant on the seabed

Norwegian research scientists will contribute to realising the concept of storing electricity at the bottom of the sea. The energy will be stored with the help of high water pressure.

The idea of an underwater pumped hydroelectric power plant may sound like Jules Verne fiction, but then it was hatched by a German engineer who has spent much of his professional life working in aerospace technology.

“Imagine opening a hatch in a submarine under water. The water will flow into the submarine with enormous force. It is precisely this energy potential we want to utilize,” explains Rainer Schramm, inventor and founder of the company Subhydro AS to Gemini.no. “Many people have launched the idea of storing energy by exploiting the pressure at the seabed, but we are the first in the world to apply a specific patent-pending technology to make this possible,” he adds.

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lolsofunny:

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methhousemasterpiece:

 

I want to do this hahahahhaha

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lolsofunny:

omgimsimon:

methhousemasterpiece:

 

I want to do this hahahahhaha

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thevampette:

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minnnty:

this guy

how though

Oh he is awesome, hahahaha.

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