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May 28 2015

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Hello there! This is Fox!

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madlyinlov3onda:

sixpenceee:

Syracuse University scientists wanted to study the odd combination of ice and lava up-close. So they poured over 600 pounds of molten lava on this ice bed. What they discovered may surprise you. The lava didn’t melt the ice. In fact, lava can travel on top of snow. It can even flow underneath ice layers. Here’s why: Volcanic ash prevented the lava from melting the ice rapidly. The lava was also lubricated by a layer of steam.

Via BuzzFeed

Class we are doing something new today, get your gloves because we are POURING BURING LAVA ON SOME ICE SCIENCE FUCK YEAHHHHH

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cosmictuesdays:

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coelasquid:

deformutilated:

Fudge recipe on a headstone

I feel like I should make this just to be able to say a dead person taught me how to make it. Maybe I’ll do it for Halloween.

I desperately hope that she spent her entire life telling people that they could have her fudge recipe “over my dead body.”

That last comment is absolutely worth reblogging.

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thebitterfrenchcanadian:

don’t listen to them cody 

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perletwo:

note-a-bear:

kata-speaks:

Victorian era surgeons didn’t wash their hands and found the suggestion that they should wash their hands offensive.

This was said by Charles Meigs AFTER multiple papers had been published showing how important it was that surgeons wash their hands and sterilize their instruments.

The reason? Class. The gentlemen doctors weren’t like those dirty poor people.

Which sounds a bit like anti-vaxxers.

Because TODAY, when we were going to see the eradication of measles within in our lifetime, the upper crust decided that their children didn’t need to have “chemicals” put in their bodies. And why would they need vaccines anyway? Their upper class precious children could never contract measles… not like those dirty poor people.

If you don’t think this outbreak stems from blatant classism and racism, just remember that the lowest vaccination rates in California are also in its whitest, wealthiest cities.

Read that last line
Read it over and over and get through your heads: this anti-vaxxer thing is not about your caricatures of poor, ignorant white folks. This is white, WEALTHY people with access to information and resources thinking they’re too good for all of this.

“I talked to a public health official and asked him what’s the best way to anticipate where there might be higher than normal rates of vaccine noncompliance, and he said take a map and put a pin wherever there’s a Whole Foods. I sort of laughed, and he said, “No, really, I’m not joking.” It’s those communities with the Prius driving, composting, organic food-eating people.“ — Journalist Seth Mnookin’s new book, The Panic Virus: A True Story of Medicine, Science, and Fear, explores the public health scare over vaccines and autism. 

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May 26 2015

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gigidigi:

Anonymous said:

how do you manage to put characters with vastly different standard palettes into scenes together but keep everything harmonious? if that makes sense? I have a hard time with colour whenever i actually try to properly utilize it and putting multiple characters into one scene is incredibly frustrating because their palettes don’t always work together. :c

I don’t actually know if I’ve effectively answered your question with these, but I tried! This post from a long time ago might also be relevant.

I didn’t have time for a cute fashion picture today, so… here’s your reminder that there are 21 days to go on the Cucumber Quest Kickstarter!

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