brutalgeneration:

(by Luis Padron)

The worst thing in the world can happen, but the next day the sun will come up. And you will eat your toast. And you will drink your tea.

Rhian Ellis, After Life  (via calmfolly)

I always reblog this when I see it.

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red-lipstick:

Joe Fenton

red-lipstick:

Joe Fenton

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c-acogen:

this is the most relatable thing i’ve ever seen in my life.

c-acogen:

this is the most relatable thing i’ve ever seen in my life.

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thecutestofthecute:

There is no such thing as a bad dog. Only bad people.

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french-montana-fries:

Sia is so deep
cc-randomness:

govthookercoulson:

cuntgradulation:

pantslesswrock:

joanna-kaana:

balenaproductions:

alexandertheswell:

I LOVE SHARKS!!!!!!!!

I lost it at 0:21

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spaceplasma:

Sunspots

Our Sun is a main sequence star which actively fuses hydrogen into helium in its core. In certain regions of the Sun, the energy created by the hydrogen “burning” is carried to its surface by convection. However, intense magnetic fields in sunspots strangle the normal up-flow of energy from the interior, so energy is unable to reach the surface in these areas leaving the sunspot cooler and therefore darker than its surroundings. The strong magnetic fields in these convection zones promote cooling, thus the hot gas near the Sun’s surface contracts and sinks at speeds of up to 4,000 kilometers per hour. This drives an inward flow, like a planet-sized whirlpool. Of course, seeing behind the scenes in sunspots is not easy; the Sun below the photosphere is opaque and hidden. The only way to investigate the morphology and the structure of sunspots is through helioseismology. Using the Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) on SDO, we can explore the solar interior by detecting natural sound waves on the Sun’s surface.

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Image Credit: NASA/SOHO/MDI/Alexander Kosovichev/Tom Bridgman

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