colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

beggars-opera:

colourfulpantsandarainbowhat:

WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD

easy there henry

whos henry what thef uck?

 

skypestripper:

hoodbypussy:

Évolution inversée

these dont even look like him

 

beinggigantic:

beinggigantic:

beinggigantic:

did u guys see the deer with the ribbon

image

this one did u see it

did u see this

 
awisemanoncesaidnothing:

Usain Bolt posing with his winning tortoise at a tortoise race

awisemanoncesaidnothing:

Usain Bolt posing with his winning tortoise at a tortoise race

 
Seven Lions & Myon & Shane 54 - Strangers (feat. Tove Lo)
41,839 plays!

vizionaryvillain:

Play. Listen. Repeat.

 
strangenewclassrooms:

theatlantic:

A Bullseye In the Sky Over Texas

When we see patterns in the atmosphere from space, they tend to be in the clouds of powerful storms. These all have roughly the same form: they look like a spiral galaxy with arms spinning out from the core. 
But meteorologists have detected other organizational principles at work. Like, take the fascinating image above. It shows …. well, I wasn’t sure exactly what it showed. A meteorologist’s blog post described them as “convectively-generated mesospheric airglow waves,” but that did not quite explain how they worked or what they were.
So I got in touch with Steven Miller, senior research scientist and deputy director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University. Miller and his colleagues discovered these concentric rings while working with the newish satellite Suomi satellite’s next-generation low-light sensor. (They published a paper on the discovery in PNAS.)
Miller told me I was looking at glowing ripples in the atmosphere itself!
“These are literally ‘ripples of glowing atmosphere’ whose structure is the result of a train of gravity waves that is passing through a thin layer of the atmosphere that produces a very faint veil of light called ‘nightglow,’” he said. “These are not clouds (although they were forced by the thunderstorms below), and they do not occur in the troposphere, where our ‘weather’ is. They are much higher up—at the interface between the mesosphere and the thermosphere—about 90 km [55 miles] above the surface! The glow is revealing important dynamics of our atmosphere that would otherwise be completely invisible to us.”
Read more. [Image: Suomi]


All hail the glow cloud

strangenewclassrooms:

theatlantic:

A Bullseye In the Sky Over Texas

When we see patterns in the atmosphere from space, they tend to be in the clouds of powerful storms. These all have roughly the same form: they look like a spiral galaxy with arms spinning out from the core. 

But meteorologists have detected other organizational principles at work. Like, take the fascinating image above. It shows …. well, I wasn’t sure exactly what it showed. A meteorologist’s blog post described them as “convectively-generated mesospheric airglow waves,” but that did not quite explain how they worked or what they were.

So I got in touch with Steven Miller, senior research scientist and deputy director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University. Miller and his colleagues discovered these concentric rings while working with the newish satellite Suomi satellite’s next-generation low-light sensor. (They published a paper on the discovery in PNAS.)

Miller told me I was looking at glowing ripples in the atmosphere itself!

These are literally ‘ripples of glowing atmosphere’ whose structure is the result of a train of gravity waves that is passing through a thin layer of the atmosphere that produces a very faint veil of light called ‘nightglow,’” he said. “These are not clouds (although they were forced by the thunderstorms below), and they do not occur in the troposphere, where our ‘weather’ is. They are much higher up—at the interface between the mesosphere and the thermosphere—about 90 km [55 miles] above the surface! The glow is revealing important dynamics of our atmosphere that would otherwise be completely invisible to us.”

Read more. [Image: Suomi]

All hail the glow cloud

 
quoilecanard:

"Sentient animals have the capacity to experience pleasure and are motivated to seek it. You only have to watch how cows and lambs both seek and enjoy pleasure when they lie with their heads raised to the sun on a perfect English summer’s day. Just like humans." - John Webster

quoilecanard:

"Sentient animals have the capacity to experience pleasure and are motivated to seek it. You only have to watch how cows and lambs both seek and enjoy pleasure when they lie with their heads raised to the sun on a perfect English summer’s day. Just like humans." - John Webster

 
 
hoodoothatvoodoo:

Black velvet dress, sable-lined pelisse cape, two-toned slingbacks, quilted purses with chain straps; the ultimate in Chanel chic, photo by Helmut Newton, Vogue France, September 1964

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Black velvet dress, sable-lined pelisse cape, two-toned slingbacks, quilted purses with chain straps; the ultimate in Chanel chic, photo by Helmut Newton, Vogue France, September 1964

 
hoodoothatvoodoo:

Black velvet dress, sable-lined pelisse cape, two-toned slingbacks, quilted purses with chain straps; the ultimate in Chanel chic, photo by Helmut Newton, Vogue France, September 1964

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Black velvet dress, sable-lined pelisse cape, two-toned slingbacks, quilted purses with chain straps; the ultimate in Chanel chic, photo by Helmut Newton, Vogue France, September 1964

 
 
clamjob:

the motto

clamjob:

the motto

 

0808880888088880:

First I steal your heart, then I steal your medication

 
 
 

the sound of my heart