science-and-things:

HELLO EVERYONE! PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET

suzeart:


But I came so close this time

suzeart:

But I came so close this time

cubebreaker:

Former Marine turned photographer Joel Parés’ series Judging America used real people dressed as stereotypes to remind us to not judge a person based on their tattoos, clothing, ethnicity, profession, or sexual orientation, but on their merits.

rihbs:

gurlplantt:

THIS IS SO IMPORTANT.

LOOK AT THEIR FACES THEY ARE SO FUCKING HAPPY TOGETHER

rihbs:

gurlplantt:

THIS IS SO IMPORTANT.

LOOK AT THEIR FACES THEY ARE SO FUCKING HAPPY TOGETHER

Tesla had a stressful day today getting her shots at the vet. She’s pooped.

Tesla had a stressful day today getting her shots at the vet. She’s pooped.

moniquill:

anomaly1:

gang0fwolves:

thecogsofmycranium:

A’shop

Holy shit

wow

asylum-art:

Undulatus asperatus: Storm Chaser Captures Mesmerizing Time-Lapse of Clouds Rolling Like Ocean Waves
“Undulatus asperatus” is a cloud formation proposed in 2009 that roughly translates to “roughened or agitated waves.” These dark and stormy clouds travel across the sky in ominous waves, but generally dissipate without an a storm forming.
Storm chaser Alex Schueth was recently in the right place at the right time with his DSLR, and managed to capture one of these formations in the mesmerizing time-lapse video seen above. Watch the video:

via (PetaPixel)

asylum-art:

Undulatus asperatus: Storm Chaser Captures Mesmerizing Time-Lapse of Clouds Rolling Like Ocean Waves

Undulatus asperatus” is a cloud formation proposed in 2009 that roughly translates to “roughened or agitated waves.” These dark and stormy clouds travel across the sky in ominous waves, but generally dissipate without an a storm forming.

Storm chaser Alex Schueth was recently in the right place at the right time with his DSLR, and managed to capture one of these formations in the mesmerizing time-lapse video seen above.

Watch the video:


via (PetaPixel)

fuckyeah-stars:

aquilastyle:

Celebrating the first Muslimah in space, Anousheh Ansari

As a child, she dreamed of walking among the stars. Now a successful technology entrepreneur, this Iranian-American made her dream come true with a trip to outer space. 

This is such excellent news!!! I’d like to point out that not only her religion matters; (since “Muslimah” is mentioned in the headline) she is from Iran, and Middle Easterners deserve this type of recognition. :)
There’s a difference between being Muslim and being Middle Eastern (obviously). Extremely diverse Muslims shouldn’t always be lumped into one category in these achievements and have other crucial aspects of their culture erased.