Heaven is at the next stop

detailsdetales:

Dante and Virgile in Hell, detail (1850)

William-Adolphe Bouguereau

asiaonly:

Space tilt-shift by Asiaonly

hullodearie:

Fake Pockets: A How To

bbincumming2:

http://bbincumming2.tumblr.com/tagged/men

slugzone:

theres a giant burning orb in the sky and it can burn your flesh, it can give you diseases, it can kill you, looking directly at it causes physical pain, and we all think this is okay. we like this orb.  we like to go outside and lie around on our backs when this orb is in the sky. children draw cute pictures of this levitating death orb with a smiley face on it. what is wrong with us

keepcalmwearetimeless:

onceguy:

house arrest wouldn’t even be a punishment for me

outside arrest

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abby-howard:

Today’s Junior Scientist Power Hour is all about ladies and their weird periods! What are periods? We don’t really know. But you can always tell when a woman is on her period because she has opinions that men don’t like, and sometimes they get mad!

It’s not like women get mad any other times, or that even if a woman is on her period, you should still listen to the words she says and not write them off as “crazy uterus talk”

scienceyoucanlove:

Surgeons performed a C-section on this turtle and saved her life!A turtle named Dabao was a bit lethargic and zookeepers at China’s Chengu City Zoo thought she was sick and sent her for x-rays. The results were surprising: 14 eggs were stuck in the birth canal. To make sure Dabao survived, the surgeons opened the shell with a skull opener, carefully removed the 14 eggs (which were immediately buried in sand to await hatching) and resealed the shell with epoxy resin.Read more: http://bit.ly/1j2zcqQ via Digital JournalImage via Scientific Illustration for the Research Scientist | somersault18:24
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scienceyoucanlove:

Surgeons performed a C-section on this turtle and saved her life!

A turtle named Dabao was a bit lethargic and zookeepers at China’s Chengu City Zoo thought she was sick and sent her for x-rays. The results were surprising: 14 eggs were stuck in the birth canal. To make sure Dabao survived, the surgeons opened the shell with a skull opener, carefully removed the 14 eggs (which were immediately buried in sand to await hatching) and resealed the shell with epoxy resin.

Read more: http://bit.ly/1j2zcqQ via Digital Journal

Image via Scientific Illustration for the Research Scientist | somersault18:24

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