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toonami:

Prepare yourself…for Friday.

toonami:

Prepare yourself…for Friday.

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stevenpushoff:

relyonloveonceinawhile:

whatmariadidnext:

two4fit:

TABLOID HEADLINES WITHOUT THE SEXISM

"WOMAN IN TRACKSUIT PROBABLY NOT DISOWNED BY ENTIRE FAMILY"

"It’s mildly breezy outside."

ACCOMPLISHED human rights lawyer MIGHT be engaged

"ACCOMPLISHED human rights lawyer MIGHT be engaged."

typicalugandan:

"African Dances" by Ugandan artist: Gloria Ssali

  • Igbo dance, Nigeria
  • Reed dance, Swaziland
  • Warba dance, Burkina Faso
  • Bakiga dance, Uganda
  • Kuduro dance, Angola
  • Maasai dance, Kenya
  • Quda dance, Eritrea
  • Saharwi dance, Western Sahara
  • San dance, Botswana
  • Traditional dance, Central African Republic

(via eastafricaart)

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

Cambridgeshire-based artist Chris Wood's beautiful, geometric arrangements of colorful glass create

dazzling reflections and projections of light.

(Source: mymodernmet, via chechohh)

allstarsandconstellations:

The Royal Observatory Greenwich has announced the winners of this year’s international astronomy photography competition. This year the competition received a record 1700 entries, with images sent by astrophotographers in over 50 countries, and for the first time with a submission taken from the edge of space! The winner of the Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year award fell into the latter category, as 15-year-old American twins Shishir and Shashank Dholakia won for their image of the Horsehead Nebula 1,500 light-years away from Earth. The photographs show a beautiful and diverse array of astronomical highlights from the last two years. 

The observatory’s annual free exhibition, which opened on Thursday, showcases these dazzling images of the sky, ranging from within our solar system to far into deep space.

did-you-kno:

Scientists have found a way to “switch off” autoimmune diseases by converting cells that attack healthy tissue into cells that protect against disease. This incredible breakthrough has the potential to save the lives of millions of people. Source

did-you-kno:

Scientists have found a way to “switch off” autoimmune diseases by converting cells that attack healthy tissue into cells that protect against disease. This incredible breakthrough has the potential to save the lives of millions of people. Source