fuckingsashagrey:

Sasha Grey “The Scribbler” (2014)

fuckingsashagrey:

Sasha Grey “The Scribbler” (2014)

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amoying:

strawberro:

strawberro:

strawberro:

owlsegg:

the-ackerman-queen:

strawberro:

LOOK WHAT MY CHEM TEACHER PUT ON MY TEST

Suuuuuuure. 

NO TEACHER WRITES LIKE THAt


THIS IS MY CHEMISTRY TEACHER NOW STOP CALLING BS 




hes showing this post to all his classes now

tell your chem teacher to change his theme

amoying:

strawberro:

strawberro:

strawberro:

owlsegg:

the-ackerman-queen:

strawberro:

LOOK WHAT MY CHEM TEACHER PUT ON MY TEST

Suuuuuuure. 

NO TEACHER WRITES LIKE THAt

THIS IS MY CHEMISTRY TEACHER NOW STOP CALLING BS 

hes showing this post to all his classes now

tell your chem teacher to change his theme

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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Earth is not the only planet in our solar system with auroras. As the solar wind—a stream of rarefied plasma from our sun—blows through the solar system, it interacts with the magnetic fields of other planets as well as our own. Saturn’s magnetic field second only to Jupiter’s in strength. This strong magnetosphere deflects many of the solar wind’s energetic particles, but, as on Earth, some of the particles get drawn in along Saturn’s magnetic field lines. These lines converge at the poles, where the high-energy particles interact with the gases in the upper reaches of Saturn’s atmosphere. As a result, Saturn, like Earth, has impressive and colorful light displays around its poles. (Image credit: ESA/Hubble, M. Kornmesser & L. Calçada, source video; via spaceplasma)

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weloveshortvideos:

Tried to make him smile but it didn’t quite work

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rsaexena:

I can stare at her for hours *__* she’s so precious!

(Source: missyperegrym)

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