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mymodernmet:

Photographer Bobby-Jo Clow found herself face-to-face with a cheetah cub who approached her Landrover while on safari at the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. She documented the curious cat’s looks of wonder and trepidation at the vehicle and its passengers.

(via howstuffworks)

thenewenlightenmentage:

We’ve Got 1.5 Billion Years Left With a Habitable Earth
And then we need to get off this rock
One day the world will end, and unless we’ve managed to Noah’s Ark ourselves into the deep recesses of space, we’ll end along with it. The sun is getting brighter—roughly 1 percent every 110 million years—and eventually this ticking increase is going to cook us out of a home.
When it really comes down to it, the sun has control over our planetary thermostat. As the temperature rises, more water is evaporated into the atmosphere. Water vapor is a strong greenhouse gas, and soon enough we’ve got a runaway greenhouse effect. Then, bam, 650 million years later the Earth has turned into Venus.
Continue Reading

thenewenlightenmentage:

We’ve Got 1.5 Billion Years Left With a Habitable Earth

And then we need to get off this rock

One day the world will end, and unless we’ve managed to Noah’s Ark ourselves into the deep recesses of space, we’ll end along with it. The sun is getting brighter—roughly 1 percent every 110 million years—and eventually this ticking increase is going to cook us out of a home.

When it really comes down to it, the sun has control over our planetary thermostat. As the temperature rises, more water is evaporated into the atmosphere. Water vapor is a strong greenhouse gas, and soon enough we’ve got a runaway greenhouse effect. Then, bam, 650 million years later the Earth has turned into Venus.

Continue Reading

neuromorphogenesis:

Dream On: Why Sleep is So Important 

This infographic showcases some studies on just how dangerous—and costly—sacrificing sleep can be, and it concludes with some facts on how you can try and improve your sleep quality if it’s something you struggle with. 

by  JASON (FRUGAL DAD)

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

Este es el regalo que me dio @julivajuli :’D y es parte de la colección @monoku (at monoku)

niggaimdeadass:

fandomsubtexteverywhere:

hauntednightvale:

dinglehoppersaplenty:

planetbmx:

longboarddocumentary:

Friends don’t let friends scratch their helmets

Damn!

#friends don’t let friends get paralyzed

HE FUCKIIN SAVED HIM FROM BREAKIN HIS NECK

his teeth fucking shined

myyyyy nigga

niggaimdeadass:

fandomsubtexteverywhere:

hauntednightvale:

dinglehoppersaplenty:

planetbmx:

longboarddocumentary:

Friends don’t let friends scratch their helmets

Damn!

HE FUCKIIN SAVED HIM FROM BREAKIN HIS NECK

his teeth fucking shined

myyyyy nigga

(via dutchster)

awkwardsituationist:

"as i sat down on a stump for a rest after a stroll in [japan’s] nara park to watch dear peacefully eating fallen cherry blossom petals, a strong wind suddenly blew. it was like a shower of falling cherry blossom petals. it is called “hana fubuki” in japanese, which literally means flower snowstorm."  - hisao mogi

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

blackpaint20:

Bird of prey cup, Germany, around 1600, Cast, raised and chased partially gilded silver (parcel-gilt), carved coconut shell and carved semiprecious stones. 
Drinking vessels in the form of owls and birds of prey were popular in German-speaking lands during the 16th and 17th centuries. On this example, the coconut shell has been carved with feathers and the silver mounts have a similar naturalistic effect.

blackpaint20:

Bird of prey cup, Germany, around 1600, Cast, raised and chased partially gilded silver (parcel-gilt), carved coconut shell and carved semiprecious stones. 

Drinking vessels in the form of owls and birds of prey were popular in German-speaking lands during the 16th and 17th centuries. On this example, the coconut shell has been carved with feathers and the silver mounts have a similar naturalistic effect.

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

mymodernmet:

Photographer Bobby-Jo Clow found herself face-to-face with a cheetah cub who approached her Landrover while on safari at the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. She documented the curious cat’s looks of wonder and trepidation at the vehicle and its passengers.

(via howstuffworks)

hitrecord:

Tiny Story by ex99
Illustration by Dotunfolded
Order your copy of “The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Vol. 3” HERE
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wirrow:

from The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories Volume 3
(via herlveron)



Feeling the adrenaline -_-
ronulicny:

“Space Station”, 2007
 By: ANTONY GORMLEY….

ronulicny:

Space Station”, 2007

 By: ANTONY GORMLEY….

(Source: antonygormley.com, via darksilenceinsuburbia)

(Source: pleatedjeans)

thenewenlightenmentage:

We’ve Got 1.5 Billion Years Left With a Habitable Earth
And then we need to get off this rock
One day the world will end, and unless we’ve managed to Noah’s Ark ourselves into the deep recesses of space, we’ll end along with it. The sun is getting brighter—roughly 1 percent every 110 million years—and eventually this ticking increase is going to cook us out of a home.
When it really comes down to it, the sun has control over our planetary thermostat. As the temperature rises, more water is evaporated into the atmosphere. Water vapor is a strong greenhouse gas, and soon enough we’ve got a runaway greenhouse effect. Then, bam, 650 million years later the Earth has turned into Venus.
Continue Reading

thenewenlightenmentage:

We’ve Got 1.5 Billion Years Left With a Habitable Earth

And then we need to get off this rock

One day the world will end, and unless we’ve managed to Noah’s Ark ourselves into the deep recesses of space, we’ll end along with it. The sun is getting brighter—roughly 1 percent every 110 million years—and eventually this ticking increase is going to cook us out of a home.

When it really comes down to it, the sun has control over our planetary thermostat. As the temperature rises, more water is evaporated into the atmosphere. Water vapor is a strong greenhouse gas, and soon enough we’ve got a runaway greenhouse effect. Then, bam, 650 million years later the Earth has turned into Venus.

Continue Reading

neuromorphogenesis:

Dream On: Why Sleep is So Important 

This infographic showcases some studies on just how dangerous—and costly—sacrificing sleep can be, and it concludes with some facts on how you can try and improve your sleep quality if it’s something you struggle with. 

by  JASON (FRUGAL DAD)

(via thenewenlightenmentage)

Este es el regalo que me dio @julivajuli :’D y es parte de la colección @monoku (at monoku)

niggaimdeadass:

fandomsubtexteverywhere:

hauntednightvale:

dinglehoppersaplenty:

planetbmx:

longboarddocumentary:

Friends don’t let friends scratch their helmets

Damn!

#friends don’t let friends get paralyzed

HE FUCKIIN SAVED HIM FROM BREAKIN HIS NECK

his teeth fucking shined

myyyyy nigga

niggaimdeadass:

fandomsubtexteverywhere:

hauntednightvale:

dinglehoppersaplenty:

planetbmx:

longboarddocumentary:

Friends don’t let friends scratch their helmets

Damn!

HE FUCKIIN SAVED HIM FROM BREAKIN HIS NECK

his teeth fucking shined

myyyyy nigga

(via dutchster)

awkwardsituationist:

"as i sat down on a stump for a rest after a stroll in [japan’s] nara park to watch dear peacefully eating fallen cherry blossom petals, a strong wind suddenly blew. it was like a shower of falling cherry blossom petals. it is called “hana fubuki” in japanese, which literally means flower snowstorm."  - hisao mogi

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

blackpaint20:

Bird of prey cup, Germany, around 1600, Cast, raised and chased partially gilded silver (parcel-gilt), carved coconut shell and carved semiprecious stones. 
Drinking vessels in the form of owls and birds of prey were popular in German-speaking lands during the 16th and 17th centuries. On this example, the coconut shell has been carved with feathers and the silver mounts have a similar naturalistic effect.

blackpaint20:

Bird of prey cup, Germany, around 1600, Cast, raised and chased partially gilded silver (parcel-gilt), carved coconut shell and carved semiprecious stones. 

Drinking vessels in the form of owls and birds of prey were popular in German-speaking lands during the 16th and 17th centuries. On this example, the coconut shell has been carved with feathers and the silver mounts have a similar naturalistic effect.

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

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