aviculor:

    savvymavvy:

    legitknits:

    mcguirkthejerk:

    kristinethequeen:

    jimmysnowvakk:

    This is what pisses me off about Tumblr. You all say you’re so accepting and you don’t want to offend anyone, but then thousands of people reblog something like this because Christians aren’t the minority. You wouldn’t want to offend a Muslim, and if this were offensive to them or another minority, there’d be so many comments about it. But everyone is completely fine with offending a non minority. “You’re not oppressed, you can’t talk!” You know what? I’m a Christian and this offends me and my faith, but nobody’s going to care about that because I’m not oppressed. Tumblr is hypocritical and that needs to stop.

    Amen to the comment

    Oh my precious lambs:

    Examine why you are being offended. Because this is literally how a sunset works. There is not room for debate on this question. There is less room for debate on this than there is on just about any other thing. We are not reblogging because Christians aren’t the minority, dear ones. We are reblogging because after the debate a few days ago, creationists were given the opportunity to pose a question for non-creationists. One of these questions was:

    "How can you explain a sunset if their is no god?" (sp.)

    Questions, we assume, are posed so that someone might answer them. And yes, there is an answer of how exactly one can explain a sunset given the absence of a divine force. Now, you can certainly posit that God is the creator of all things and so all things came from him including the sun and light refraction and anthrax and kittens and famine and all that jazz.

    But you don’t get to deny that THIS IS HOW A SUNSET WORKS, and of the necessary elements of this equation (Sun + Atmosphere + Angle = Sunset), God is not one of them. That’s because everything else is an observable phenomenon, and God is not. You can explain a sunset without God. You can go ahead and believe that God’s part of it all. That’s cool. Lots of people believe stuff like that, and I encourage you to delve into the ways that people make science and their faith jive. But if you are offended by being shown the basic scientific principals behind a sunset, you must be offended by damn near everything. And that seems exhausting. 

    In short:

    People getting butthurt over science, fucking love it.

    "Stop teaching science, it offends me" 

    (via noncomposmattis)

    galactic-kat:

    kendall-larson:

    crashmyparty99:

    ittybitty-machine:

    50flightsofstrong:

    xxunlovelyxx:

    asanaambitions:

    therealcoleyy:

    nachtbilder:

    Justin Bartels - Impression (2012)

    I can’t not reblog this.

    This is the best thing on the Internet. We undress everyday and it shows us how confined we are. Those imprints show how uncomfortable we are throughout each day just to impress other people. We create prisons in our own clothes. We are a prisoner in a socially constructed idea of what is beautiful.

    yes its back

    This.

    Amazing

    This is the most beautiful truthful thing I have EVER see

    thank u this is what baggy clothes and no bra prevent and i luv it

    Why are people acting so…snobby I guess?…about how the people in these pictures have imprints from their clothes and shoes? I mean, sometimes I like wearing baggy sweats, a t shirt, and no bra. Sometimes I like wearing a slinky dress with that lacy bra that makes me feel sexy and confident. Some people like the feeling of support and shape that a corset provides. I wear clothing that leaves imprints on me because hot damn, I feel good in it. And when I come home, I take all of that off, see those imprints, and man I still feel good. 

    (Source: likeafieldmouse, via noncomposmattis)

  1. foxgrl:

    miruinnuial:

    foxgrl:

    I wish none of you were sad

    I wish there was peace and justice and wealth and happiness and good people around all of the planet

    try and one up me again bitch

    (Source: krakenguts, via another-papercrane)

    essayofthoughts:

    indigoumbrella:

    essayofthoughts:

    indigoumbrella:

    huffpostarts:

    In The Not So Distant Future, Glow-In-The-Dark Trees Could Replace Street Lights

    Is that… is that even healthy?

    There are sea organisms and fungi which glow in the dark and there’s fireflies and jellyfish which glow in the dark. It doesn’t do them any harm nor does it do the people around them any harm. I would say its pretty healthy, as well as it would mean more photosynthesis happening in cities which mean cleaner air.

    I was just curious about how they were doing it and for some reason I didn’t think to click the link. But thanks! It makes more sense now. I was afraid it was some kind of chemical thing.

    nah just genetic modification using existing bioluminescent genes. Genetics is really cool, and so is bioluminescence. I mean they’ve already made pigs glow using jellyfish genes and pigs are waaay more complicated than trees iirc. So they’re actually (i think) less likely to muck it up with trees.

    In which case

    GLOWY

    FORESTS

    GLOWY

    TREES

    GLOWY

    EVERYTHING

    (I like glowy things)

    (via another-papercrane)

  2. timelordangel:

    we’ve all got that weird pretty big secret that we don’t really hide but like we don’t flaunt it like “My brother died of cancer” or “I’m gay” or “I tried to kill myself last year” or anything really and when you find out somebody’s big plot twist you know you’re in this friendship for the long run

    (via sometimesifangirltoohard)

    clairvoyantsam:

    Supernatural + text posts 

    (via sometimesifangirltoohard)

  3. (Source: fasterfood)

    "What is up with Giving Tree here?”

    (Source: peterquill, via amelianator)

  4. lowkeat:

    Today in science we learned that you can never gain cold, you can only have an absence of heat; and it made me think that maybe hatred doesn’t exist, and there’s only an absence of love.

    (Source: , via sometimesifangirltoohard)