mumsawitch: On September 31st, 2013, Tumblr will start charging you for your account. To avoid this, you MUST get NAKED, stand on your dining room table, and do the macarena, all while singing, “I Will Survive”. After sending the video tape of the previous actions to me, then and only then will David Karp come down your chimney to tell you that your account will stay free. Pass it on, it must be...
Things parents forget to tell their children: →
aquakoifish: the-incubus: Bodies are hairy. No matter the gender, your face will have hair and that is more than okay. Your butthole is going to have some hair too. And maybe your nipples. And your tummy. And where ever else. Stretch marks. Those are a thing. Everyone gets ‘em. If you don’t, you probably don’t have skin. Vaginas smell. Every vagina has a scent. Don’t worry about it!...
fit for infinity: Lemon-Raspberry Muffins →
health-heaven: Who says sweets can’t be healthy? 1 lemon 1/2 cup sugar 1 cup nonfat buttermilk 1/3 cup canola oil 1 large egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup white whole-wheat flour or whole-wheat pastry flour 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon…
Why are we so curious? →
neuroticthought: by Tom Stafford Evolution made us the ultimate learning machines, and the ultimate learning machines need to be oiled by curiosity. We humans have a deeply curious nature, and more often than not it is about the minor tittle-tattle in our lives. Our curiosity has us doing utterly unproductive things like reading news about people we will never meet, learning topics we will...
jtotheizzoe: crookedindifference: Kennedy Space Center 50th Anniversary Video Celebrating 50 years: 1962-2012 Take a look at Kennedy Space Center’s rich legacy as the spaceport celebrates its 50th anniversary on July 1, 2012. This is where dreams are made, where the impossible became possible and the minds of men conquered the cosmos.
With all these exoplanets, where the hell is the... →
itsfullofstars: If there’s one thing the Kepler mission has taught us, it’s that planets are everywhere. Lately, it seems like if we’re not discovering new exoplanets, we’re finding evidence that there are hundreds of billions of them outthere (many of them probably even Earthlike), and we just haven’t found them yet.