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I don’t care if your world is ending today
because I wasn’t invited to it anyway
you said I tasted famous, so I drew you a heart
but now I’m not an artist
I’m a fucking work of art

(Quelle: tel3path)


i fucking hate tumblr so much seriously

you guys are always like “i want equality!” except gay people are better than straight people and women are better than men and poc are better than white people and trans people are better than cis people

if you claim you want equality, but put someone down because they’re privileged, that doesn’t make you an advocate for equality, it makes you an asshole

Straight, white and male tears. Good morning. I fucking love tumblr so much, seriously.

(Quelle: sparkle-socks, via dont-call-it-screamo)


one of my favorite songs of all time

(via morticians-flame)

but here in this kingdom, we will endure.

(Quelle: samwsie, via morticians-flame)


side effects of being friends with me include gaining extensive knowledge of bands you dont listen to or care about

(via thecallofthebird)


As the Nobel Prize laureates are revealed for 2013 — its important to look back on the scientific achievements of the laureates awarded in past. Especially those of women. Women need inspirational role models in science fields, so what better place to look than those rewarded the prestigious Nobel Prize. 

The two ladies here are the only two women ever to receive the Nobel Prize in Physics: Marie Curie and Maria Goeppert-Mayer.

Marie Curie (won the Nobel Prize twice!) is well known for her work on radioactive elements, and the synthesis of new radioactive elements. Originally the prize wasn’t supposed to go to Curie, but only to her male counterparts. But one of the members of the committee was an advocate of females in science.

Maria Goeppert-Mayer was awarded for proposing the idea of the nuclear shell model of the nucleus of an atom. Her and her peers who did research with her are the reason we know how protons and neutrons are arranged in a nucleus. This is a huge basis of many modern chemistry classes.

Thanks to these lovely women for influencing science so positively  and standing as a role model for any aspiring women in STEM. 



Fox skull and mummified house sparrow.


Fox skull and mummified house sparrow.

(via dont-call-it-screamo)