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delicately-interconnected:

friend just posted this on FB and I’m in fits of giggles

taxonomy loves to lie..

delicately-interconnected:

friend just posted this on FB and I’m in fits of giggles

taxonomy loves to lie..

truejusticeninetales:

flufflogic:

partifoul:

birchsoda:

nazmat:







I didn’t think people like this actually existed

Here we see the Greater Douchebag in one of their natural habitats. Like many poisonous animals, the bright colors are a warning to stay away.

the no homo sapiens

I was just going to like and then that last comment

do people like this even exist anymore

reminded of “the onion” story: “teen boys losing their virginity earlier and earlier, according to teen boys”.

truejusticeninetales:

flufflogic:

partifoul:

birchsoda:

nazmat:

I didn’t think people like this actually existed

Here we see the Greater Douchebag in one of their natural habitats. Like many poisonous animals, the bright colors are a warning to stay away.

the no homo sapiens

I was just going to like and then that last comment

do people like this even exist anymore

reminded of “the onion” story: “teen boys losing their virginity earlier and earlier, according to teen boys”.

(Source: thepaulfamilydynasty)

other-wordly:

pronunciation | 'hEr-rIth (HEER-eyeth, with a fast heer and a soft th)submitted by | harry d.submit words | here

i am homesick for a place i’ve never been

other-wordly:

pronunciation | 'hEr-rIth (HEER-eyeth, with a fast heer and a soft th)
submitted by | harry d.
submit words | here

i am homesick for a place i’ve never been

moniquill:

sinidentidades:

I never understood why cops ask questions like: 

"Do you know why I’m standing here?"

"Do you know why I stopped you?"

"Do you know why I’m here?" 

Like, figure out your spatial, existential issues elsewhere, bruh.  

Pssst spoilers for real life: It’s because they’re trying to get you to self-incriminate. Always respond to such questions by reflecting the question respectfully.

"Do you know why I stopped you?"

"Why did you stop me, Officer?"

etc.

cop: do you know why i stopped you?
sarah silverman: you made all C’s in high school?

i’m not school advocate or anything but fuck. don’t be a fucking tool with the “be respectful” blubbering. 

So women aren’t allowed to say ‘I’m a woman because I was born with female anatomy’ but men are allowed to say ‘I’m a woman because my brain is feminine and I like make-up and being pretty and submissive’.

It just blows my mind.

roycevomit-deactivated20140731 asked
Both sex and gender are social constructs that enable patriarchy. This is basic 101 level radical feminism. Maybe you should go read some monique wittig instead of harassing women on the internet.

notcisjustwoman:

Incorrect. Sex is a biological reality that forms the cornerstone of the methods by which biological women and girls are oppressed.

THAT is radfem 101.

i needed this today

mentalfacts:


Fact# 7734: The Lakota Sioux Native American tribe owns the land Mount Rushmore is built upon through a treaty with the United States. They want to destroy Mount Rushmore because it is on land the government stole, it lies on sacred ground, and the monument celebrates the killings of their people.


pack mount rushmore with dynamite and blow that shit sky high

mentalfacts:

Fact# 7734: The Lakota Sioux Native American tribe owns the land Mount Rushmore is built upon through a treaty with the United States. They want to destroy Mount Rushmore because it is on land the government stole, it lies on sacred ground, and the monument celebrates the killings of their people.

pack mount rushmore with dynamite and blow that shit sky high

kastlekrasher:

If the tie wasn’t there it looks like he would be saying “it ain’t gonna suck itself”

never assume these things are accidental. "science" a cesspool of double-speak.one might even assert that “science” comprised solely of this kind of double-speak.

kastlekrasher:

If the tie wasn’t there it looks like he would be saying “it ain’t gonna suck itself”

never assume these things are accidental. 
"science" a cesspool of double-speak.
one might even assert that “science” comprised solely of this kind of double-speak.

(Source: neildegrassetieson)

ooglag:

At the foundation of quantum mechanics is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Simply put, the principle states that there is a fundamental limit to what one can know about a quantum system. For example, the more precisely one knows a particle’s position, the less one can know about its momentum, and vice versa. The limit is expressed as a simple equation that is straightforward to prove mathematically.
Heisenberg sometimes explained the uncertainty principle as a problem of making measurements. His most well-known thought experiment involved photographing an electron. To take the picture, a scientist might bounce a light particle off the electron’s surface. That would reveal its position, but it would also impart energy to the electron, causing it to move. Learning about the electron’s position would create uncertainty in its velocity; and the act of measurement would produce the uncertainty needed to satisfy the principle.
Physics students are still taught this measurement-disturbance version of the uncertainty principle in introductory classes, but it turns out that it’s not always true. Aephraim Steinberg of the University of Toronto in Canada and his team have performed measurements on photons (particles of light) and showed that the act of measuring can introduce less uncertainty than is required by Heisenberg’s principle. The total uncertainty of what can be known about the photon’s properties, however, remains above Heisenberg’s limit.  [full article]

"it turns out [the uncertainty principle] isn’t always true"SHIT’S EITHER TRUE OR IT’S NOT.and U of Toronto is held forth as a spearhead in this un-breakthrough.

ooglag:

At the foundation of quantum mechanics is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Simply put, the principle states that there is a fundamental limit to what one can know about a quantum system. For example, the more precisely one knows a particle’s position, the less one can know about its momentum, and vice versa. The limit is expressed as a simple equation that is straightforward to prove mathematically.

Heisenberg sometimes explained the uncertainty principle as a problem of making measurements. His most well-known thought experiment involved photographing an electron. To take the picture, a scientist might bounce a light particle off the electron’s surface. That would reveal its position, but it would also impart energy to the electron, causing it to move. Learning about the electron’s position would create uncertainty in its velocity; and the act of measurement would produce the uncertainty needed to satisfy the principle.

Physics students are still taught this measurement-disturbance version of the uncertainty principle in introductory classes, but it turns out that it’s not always true. Aephraim Steinberg of the University of Toronto in Canada and his team have performed measurements on photons (particles of light) and showed that the act of measuring can introduce less uncertainty than is required by Heisenberg’s principle. The total uncertainty of what can be known about the photon’s properties, however, remains above Heisenberg’s limit.  [full article]

"it turns out [the uncertainty principle] isn’t always true"
SHIT’S EITHER TRUE OR IT’S NOT.

and U of Toronto is held forth as a spearhead in this un-breakthrough.

thebitterfrenchcanadian:

sexselector:

doctorfeelbad:

A pregnant woman, desperate for a daughter, went to see the results of her baby’s karyotype. The geneticist grimly told her,

"I’m SRY, but you’re having a boy."

(woman tilts head and smiles sweetly)
”..you mean an abortion!”

(audience laughter)

You’re a troll

white hat, then.