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A place for random posts & musings. :s

University student. Biology & history. Just a personal blog where I post random stuff that interests me or I find amusing.

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unitedstatesofmeryl:

tina is not fucking around

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peanutbutterlov-er:

clittyslickers:

very into charts about naps

This is very useful for when I go back to uni.

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xinester:

Pokémon natural history illustration, grass version! A new print just in time for Anime Expo this weekend :)

So, I guess this is my official announcement!! I have two tables at AX this year, come find me in the artist alley at A55 and A56. I’m selling my prints as per usual, but this year I’ll also have a lot of new jewelry and accessories I’ve been working on. Please come, buy stuff or just say hi! >3<

Hope to c u there, qts!!!

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Natural History pt I: Bug Pokémon

cockblocksquad:

no-itsbcky:

just because im antifeminist doesnt mean i dont believe in equal rights for women. 

image

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pugbugduckmug:

sleepy transparent pug

Everytime I use public transit, it’s like being in Attack on Titan

I’m so short lol

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sixpenceee:

The Tesseract is a fourth dimensional cube. As you may know, the 1st dimension is a line, the 2nd dimension adds width to the line (square) , and the 3rd dimension adds depth (cube). The 4th dimension is impossible for us to imagine because we live in a 3D world, but mathematically it exists.  In his theory of special relativity, Einstein called the fourth dimension time, but noted that time is inseparable from space.

Imagine how confusing a drawing of a cube would look like to someone who lives in a 2D world and has never experienced a 3D world. To them it would be overlapping squares. That’s exactly how we perceive the 4th dimension. We don’t understand how it looks but we can represent it on a 3D world. 

If anyone is interested here are some cool articles on this topic. (Can our brains perceive the 4th dimension?) (The 4th Dimension) 

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convalesc:

Protests are happening in the Central & Western District, the Wan Chai District and the Kowloon District of Hong Kong since 22nd September, since Beijing withdrew their promise of universal suffrage for Hong Kong. These protests were meant to be and are PEACEFUL PROTESTS.

Yet police in riot gear are attacking crowds of UNARMED pro-democracy student protesters and protesters from the Occupy Central movement (a civil disobedience movement aimed at achieving universal suffrage occurring in Hong Kong). At least NOW TV, BBC NEWS, and APPLE DAILY have confirmed that pepper spray and rubber bullets are being fired at demonstrators and there is tear gas being launched into crowds and it’s spreading INSIDE the Central MTR station. 

Judging from all the photos and Apple Daily news reports I’ve seen, there are police stationed at Lippo Center, outside Lan Kwai, and Jordan + Tung Chung MTR stations look entirely closed off to everyone but the police. There are protesting crowds in Causeway, in Mong Kok on Argyle Street, in the HKAPA and Gloucester Road + Nathan Road are FILLED with protesters.

Hong Kong is no longer safe. Central has been paralyzed. 

There’s a live feed of everything that’s happening here

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spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace:

I read the tweet, and then I read the username.

*welp*

Wish I could unhear/unsee what I just heard/saw.

:/

Where is the mindbleach when you need it?

I can’t be the only one who is absolute crap at writing professional sounding emails. I get so nervous writing them it’s terrible!

Emailing my professors or advisors makes me anxious :( Even casual things like “Is it ok if I drop off my assignment early to your box tomorrow morning?” or I don’t want to sound rude or overbearing. I had a professor last fall who seemed really annoyed by my emails & questions/visitng office hours often. :/

Kind of why I don’t go to office hours often anymore… asking the TA is easier since they’re more chill & not as intimidating lol

I just emailed my undergraduate advisor and she’s nice and all, but emails! I am crossing my fingers that all will be well aaahhhhh

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bunmer:

redhester:

bunmer:

A young Jewish refugee with her Chinese playmates. Shanghai, China (x)

Between 1933 and 1941, it is estimated that 20,000 Jews escaped persecution by fleeing to the Chinese port of Shanghai. Shanghai was one of the few places in the world that would accept Jewish refugees at this time, Japan being another.

i am furious that i am just now learning about this important fact.

Because it has nothing to do with the USA being the superhero and saving all the Jews

I wanna be her.

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