at the dregs of matter and the -ism... This is a distraction.

9th September 2014

Photo reblogged from OH, STAR STUFF with 653 notes

ohstarstuff:

Explore the COSMOS
Appropriately named the COSMOS field (short for Cosmic Evolution Survey), this patch of sky is populated by millions of galaxies. Even the smallest dots in this image are galaxies, some up to 12 billion light-years away. In fact, the brightest objects in the field are more than ten thousand times fainter than what you can see with the naked eye. 
The picture is a combination of infrared data from Spitzer (red) and visible-light data (blue and green) from Japan’s Subaru telescope atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii and is part of the SPLASH (Spitzer large area survey with Hyper-Suprime-Cam) project. 
Learn more about Spitzer’s SPLASH Project

ohstarstuff:

Explore the COSMOS


Appropriately named the COSMOS field (short for Cosmic Evolution Survey), this patch of sky is populated by millions of galaxies. Even the smallest dots in this image are galaxies, some up to 12 billion light-years away. In fact, the brightest objects in the field are more than ten thousand times fainter than what you can see with the naked eye.

The picture is a combination of infrared data from Spitzer (red) and visible-light data (blue and green) from Japan’s Subaru telescope atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii and is part of the SPLASH (Spitzer large area survey with Hyper-Suprime-Cam) project. 

Learn more about Spitzer’s SPLASH Project

30th August 2014

Photo reblogged from A Lackadaisical Lexicon for Laggard Logophiles with 464 notes

victoriousvocabulary:

DELECTATION
[noun]
delight; enjoyment.
Etymology: Middle English delectacioun < Latin dēlectātiōn- (stem of dēlectātiō), equivalent to dēlectāt(us).
[Sylar113]

victoriousvocabulary:

DELECTATION

[noun]

delight; enjoyment.

Etymology: Middle English delectacioun < Latin dēlectātiōn- (stem of dēlectātiō), equivalent to dēlectāt(us).

[Sylar113]

Tagged: pleasin season

28th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Zodiac Chic with 513 notes

zodiacchic:

Ever wanted to learn to read tarot? Check this out.  Click here!

zodiacchic:

Ever wanted to learn to read tarot? Check this out. Click here!

Tagged: Moon sign

23rd August 2014

Quote reblogged from There's No Place Like Om with 1,142 notes

Nothing is lost, everything is transformed.
— Antoine Lavoisier, founder of modern chemistry (via julieannotis)

Tagged: words

Source: julieannotis

1st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Zodiac Chic with 270 notes

zodiacchic:

ZodiacChic Post:Sagittarius

zodiacchic:

ZodiacChic Post:Sagittarius

21st July 2014

Photoset reblogged from The sky is everywhere, it begins at your feet. with 2,157 notes

realizethesky:

A home by US architect Michael Reynolds

Imagine a home that heats itself, that provides its own water, that grows its own food. Imagine that it needs no expensive technology, that it recycles its own waste, that it has its own power source. And now imagine that it can be built anywhere, by anyone, out of the things society throws away.

30th June 2014

Photo with 1 note

Handing in my last test at NMTI

Handing in my last test at NMTI

Tagged: NMTI

24th June 2014

Audio post reblogged from with 280 notes - Played 1,815 times

gabisrad:

Strangers // The Kinks

24th June 2014

Photoset reblogged from libatywonder with 36,277 notes

voiceofnature:

The stunningly beautiful Nkwichi Lodge is located in the Manda Wilderness Conservation Area on the shore of Lake Niassa, the 9th largest lake in the world. The lake features crystal clear water which is home to a greater variety of indigenous fish species than any other lake. With 8 secluded beaches, Nkwichi is the perfect setting to discover a lost world; a fresh-water oasis and an Africa untouched.

Tagged: Venture

Source: voiceofnature

24th June 2014

Photo reblogged from libatywonder with 1,844,093 notes

releasings:

hobbitdragon:

ddollley:

I just made the most inhuman noise

WHEN IT REALIZES THE PERSON IS STILL THERE AND GOES BACK TO BEING ‘DEAD’

oh my god




is this a squirrel or what

releasings:

hobbitdragon:

ddollley:

I just made the most inhuman noise

WHEN IT REALIZES THE PERSON IS STILL THERE AND GOES BACK TO BEING ‘DEAD’

oh my god
is this a squirrel or what

Tagged: What is this???

Source: cineraria

24th June 2014

Photo reblogged from Voyage into Space with 245 notes

distant-traveller:

The massive Perseus cluster






This image is Chandra’s latest view of the Perseus Cluster, where red, green, and blue show low, medium, and high-energy X-rays respectively. It combines data equivalent to more than 17 days worth of observing time taken over a decade with Chandra. The Perseus Cluster is one of the most massive objects in the Universe, and contains thousands of galaxies immersed in an enormous cloud of superheated gas.  In Chandra’s X-ray image, enormous bright loops, ripples, and jet-like streaks throughout the cluster can be seen. The dark blue filaments in the center are likely due to a galaxy that has been torn apart and is falling into NGC 1275 (a.k.a. Perseus A), the giant galaxy that lies at the center of the cluster. A different view of Perseus combines data from Chandra in the inner regions of the cluster and XMM data in the outer regions.

Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/E.Bulbul, et al.

distant-traveller:

The massive Perseus cluster

This image is Chandra’s latest view of the Perseus Cluster, where red, green, and blue show low, medium, and high-energy X-rays respectively. It combines data equivalent to more than 17 days worth of observing time taken over a decade with Chandra. The Perseus Cluster is one of the most massive objects in the Universe, and contains thousands of galaxies immersed in an enormous cloud of superheated gas.  In Chandra’s X-ray image, enormous bright loops, ripples, and jet-like streaks throughout the cluster can be seen. The dark blue filaments in the center are likely due to a galaxy that has been torn apart and is falling into NGC 1275 (a.k.a. Perseus A), the giant galaxy that lies at the center of the cluster. A different view of Perseus combines data from Chandra in the inner regions of the cluster and XMM data in the outer regions.

Image credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/E.Bulbul, et al.

22nd June 2014

Photo reblogged from Freedom Through Polyurethane. with 9,713 notes

kushandcake:

eastcoastbae:

i did this in public once and faceplanted in front of like 200 people #cutelooks

Well at least

kushandcake:

eastcoastbae:

i did this in public once and faceplanted in front of like 200 people #cutelooks

Well at least

Tagged: Trying is the first step to failure

Source: gnartifact

16th June 2014

Photo reblogged from Orgonsite with 17,932 notes

Source: brutalgeneration

10th June 2014

Question

Anonymous said: How bout a kit kat bar instead?

hang on wait… what