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Origami Heartache

Mostly science, kittens, queerness, and rants.

Please let me someday overcome my mental illnesses.

thegreatandpowerfuloracle:

This beard is very very hot

thegreatandpowerfuloracle:

This beard is very very hot

thegreatandpowerfuloracle:

Purdy lady

I SERIOUSLY HAVE AWESOME FRIENDS!

thegreatandpowerfuloracle:

Purdy lady

I SERIOUSLY HAVE AWESOME FRIENDS!

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goals

goals

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wnycradiolab:

thekidshouldseethis:

Water Balloons Falling (and Bouncing) in Slow Motion.
Rewatch the video.

Well. That’s awesome.

wnycradiolab:

thekidshouldseethis:

Water Balloons Falling (and Bouncing) in Slow Motion.

Rewatch the video.

Well. That’s awesome.

The category of ‘drugs’ was an attempt, characteristic of its historical moment, to separate out good chemicals from bad ones. But as we have known since antiquity, good and evil, virtue and vice are not inherent in a plant or a molecule. Pedanius Dioscorides, the great classical authority on medicine, maintained that no substance is intrinsically good: it all depends on the dose at which it is administered, the use to which it is put, and the intentions behind that use. The Greek term pharmakon could mean both a medicine and a poison: there was no such thing as a harmless remedy, since anything with the power to heal also had the power to harm. All drugs, psychoactive or otherwise, are a technology, a prosthetic that extends our physical and mental reach. Like so many of the other technologies that are transforming our world, their benefits and dangers must ultimately be understood as extensions of ourselves.

From the essay Why we can’t wage a war on drugs by UK author and cultural historian Mike Jay. (via linespaceline)

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candle-lighted:

rain appreciation post

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iamthewolfbird:

seraphica:

Creatures From El [via]

These are incredibly gorgeous!

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Pissed off at my paintings today.

nellachronism:

FLY, YOU FOOLS.

nellachronism:

FLY, YOU FOOLS.

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teatrousers said: If you could live in any fictional world, which would you choose?

The Chronicles of Prydain world.  Those books captivated my mind and imagination as a child and I would enjoy it.  Or the world from Avatar the last airbender.  

First it was puke now its flooding.