slutever.

Sometimes I wish I knew less about science so I could be more into crystals.
nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption.
Taken in Iceland. One of the most unique landscape photos I’ve ever seen.

nobodyiswatchingus:

Waterfall amidst a mountain covered in ash after a volcano eruption.

Taken in Iceland. One of the most unique landscape photos I’ve ever seen.

(via zedsdeadbabyyy)

egberts:

driving is so dangerous ur literally controlling a giant metal contraption with a circle and some foot buttons

Chicago.

(via zedsdeadbabyyy)

popstitches:

terriblesmaug:

if someone ever gives you a cross stitched gift you better be dadgum grateful because cross stitching is WAY TIME-CONSUMING and that is love right there my friend.

Truer words never spoken. If you’re not weeping with joy, then you’re not grateful enough.

(Source: cam-frye, via crisscrossstitch)

escapekit:

India’s monuments

Based in Bangalore city, illustrator Ranganath Krishnamani celebrates India’s monuments in these beautiful illustrated posters. 

(Source: designtaxi.com, via flyflyfly)

porcelain-horse-horselain:

northwestwade:

Oh my god

I’ve watched this 3-second clip like eighteen times 

(Source: lunathepug, via ellievator)

vanconcastiel:

ignotum-per-aeque-ignotum:

fandomstuck:

the fact that there are animals who can see colors that i cant which means that there are colors that exist that it is literally impossible for me to envision is such fucking bullshit that i wanna rip open a couch and eat it

Humans have 3 types of rods for processing color (red green and blue). Mantis Shrimp have 16.

Fucking shrimp. I will NOT be jealous of food.

(via zedsdeadbabyyy)

rocksandants:

Humans will now be forever inscribed into the Earth’s geological history. Our everlasting signature? Plastic-infused stones. The newly identified stone, according to a report from The Geological Society of America, has been officially named plastiglomerate. It is formed when plastic trash melts and fuses together with natural materials such as basaltic lava fragments, sand, shells, wood and coral, resulting in a plastic-rock hybrid. Researchers say the new material is likely to last a very long time, possibly becoming a permanent marker in Earth’s geologic record. In the photo above: An example of clastic plastiglomerate found on Kamilo Beach. Clastic type is a combination of “basalt, coral, shells, and local woody debris” that are “cemented with grains of sand in a plastic matrix.” (via Plastiglomerate: The New And Horrible Way Humans Are Leaving Their Mark On The Planet)

rocksandants:

Humans will now be forever inscribed into the Earth’s geological history. Our everlasting signature? Plastic-infused stones. The newly identified stone, according to a report from The Geological Society of America, has been officially named plastiglomerate. It is formed when plastic trash melts and fuses together with natural materials such as basaltic lava fragments, sand, shells, wood and coral, resulting in a plastic-rock hybrid. Researchers say the new material is likely to last a very long time, possibly becoming a permanent marker in Earth’s geologic record. In the photo above: An example of clastic plastiglomerate found on Kamilo Beach. Clastic type is a combination of “basalt, coral, shells, and local woody debris” that are “cemented with grains of sand in a plastic matrix.” (via Plastiglomerate: The New And Horrible Way Humans Are Leaving Their Mark On The Planet)

(via geologyrocks)