isolateed:

radicalyst:

pulmonaire:

Using 3,604 cups of coffee with different amounts of milk and coffee to create shading for Mona Lisa’s face. (via)

how the fuck

me procrastinating.



thecindercone:

The first night in the trees

Falling to your death in the middle of the night because your unfinished tree house doesn’t have a railing

thecindercone:

The first night in the trees

Falling to your death in the middle of the night because your unfinished tree house doesn’t have a railing





dashedlines:

This indoor Japanese farm uses LED lights and hydroponics to produce lettuce 2.5 times faster, with just 1% of the water, when compared to an outdoor farm. When we think about factories, and what we decry as “factory farms,” we probably don’t think very highly of them as being a key component in the future of agriculture, but if we can take what factories do best, such as use technology to build efficient production lines, and pair that with what nature does best, which is growing biomass from light and water and minerals, then growing food in plant factories starts to make a lot of sense. (via This former semiconductor factory is now the world’s largest indoor farm, producing 10K heads of lettuce per day : TreeHugger)

dashedlines:

This indoor Japanese farm uses LED lights and hydroponics to produce lettuce 2.5 times faster, with just 1% of the water, when compared to an outdoor farm. When we think about factories, and what we decry as “factory farms,” we probably don’t think very highly of them as being a key component in the future of agriculture, but if we can take what factories do best, such as use technology to build efficient production lines, and pair that with what nature does best, which is growing biomass from light and water and minerals, then growing food in plant factories starts to make a lot of sense. (via This former semiconductor factory is now the world’s largest indoor farm, producing 10K heads of lettuce per day : TreeHugger)



What I can’t get over is how the times are different

What I can’t get over is how the times are different



nubbsgalore:

photos by jeffrey sullivan around the border of california and nevada, which include those featuring lenticular clouds (3,6,9) and a time lapse of lighting from a cumulonimbus cloud (1). (see also: previous cloud posts and lightning posts)



van-life:

Model: VW T3 Syncro
Location: Baja, Mexico
Photo: Foster Huntington
This photo is from the book, Home Is Where You Park It.  Buy a signed copy here.

van-life:

Model: VW T3 Syncro

Location: Baja, Mexico

Photo: Foster Huntington

This photo is from the book, Home Is Where You Park It.  Buy a signed copy here.



PACIFIC RIM FANDOM ROLL CALL

fanpacificdefensecorps:

Reblog or like if you’re all about giant robots punching giant lizards 

Duh



(Source: femmeasfuck)



"Contrary to the common assumption, writes author Michael D. Kelleher in his 1997 book “Flash Point,” mass killers are “rarely insane, in either the legal or ethical senses of the term,” and they don’t typically have the “debilitating delusions and insidious psychotic fantasies of the paranoid schizophrenic.” Dr. Knoll affirms that “the literature does not reflect a strong link with serious mental illness.” Instead, massacre killers are typically marked by what are considered personality disorders: grandiosity, resentment, self-righteousness, a sense of entitlement. They become, says Dr. Knoll, ” ‘collectors of injustice’ who nurture their wounded narcissism.” To preserve their egos, they exaggerate past humiliations and externalize their anger, blaming others for their frustrations. They develop violent fantasies of heroic revenge against an uncaring world."


"

You say not all men are monsters?

Imagine a bowl of M&Ms. 10% of them are poisoned.

Go ahead. Eat a handful.

Not all M&Ms are poison.

"
The Frogman nails it. (via wlcometothemyscira)

(Source: allgirlstothefront)



Wow. For a blog filled with utterly ridiculous men taking up utterly ridiculous amounts of space, this guy takes the cake. 

Wow. For a blog filled with utterly ridiculous men taking up utterly ridiculous amounts of space, this guy takes the cake. 



"Men’s rights activists don’t organize marches; they don’t build shelters or raise funds for abused men; they don’t organize prostate cancer-awareness events or campaign against prison rape. What they actually do, when they’re not simply carping in comments online, is target and harass women—from feminist writers and professors to activists—in an attempt to silence them."


alliefaithers:

When you send a girl home from school because her shorts or too short, or her clothing is immodest, you are telling her that hiding her body is more important than her education. You are telling her that making sure the boys have a distraction-free learning environment is more important than her education. In a way, you’re telling her that the boys are more entitled to an education than she is, and that isn’t acceptable.



Guys. Why the hell does Tumblr keep ‘recommending’ this e-cigarette thing. What did I do to deserve this.



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