degenezijde:

I like seeing Pratchett’s plot bunnies hop by.

degenezijde:

I like seeing Pratchett’s plot bunnies hop by.


zero-fucks-given:

bane-chilewebeo:

Arte

Amazing


its213:

aWSome

its213:

aWSome


shadowblinder:

stop condemning female characters for having the exact same traits that your favorite male characters have

# EOWYN (via theforumcat)

exactly.


italian-luxury:

Palais Garnier Grand Foyer

italian-luxury:

Palais Garnier Grand Foyer


scienceyoucanlove:

These beautiful stones were accidentally created from layers of car paint In old auto factories At first glance, these brilliantly colorful gemstones might look like agate, a stone valued for its beauty and used in the jewelry industry. Their origin, however, might surprise you – these stones, called Fordite or Detroit Agate, are actually paint deposits from old car paintings racks.Before the car painting process was automated like it is now, automotive bodies were painted by hand on long production lines. The vehicles’ paint would drip off and dry on the equipment used to move the automotive bodies. This enamel paint would then get baked onto the rack and solidify. After this process is repeated hundreds or thousands of times, the deposits can grow to be several inches thick.Enterprising workers who recognized their potential value chipped off these waste products and saved them to be turned into jewelry later. When these stones are ground down and polished, they reveal a dazzling array of colors.Article by Boredpanda.com
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scienceyoucanlove:

These beautiful stones were accidentally created from layers of car paint In old auto factories 

At first glance, these brilliantly colorful gemstones might look like agate, a stone valued for its beauty and used in the jewelry industry. Their origin, however, might surprise you – these stones, called Fordite or Detroit Agate, are actually paint deposits from old car paintings racks.

Before the car painting process was automated like it is now, automotive bodies were painted by hand on long production lines. The vehicles’ paint would drip off and dry on the equipment used to move the automotive bodies. This enamel paint would then get baked onto the rack and solidify. After this process is repeated hundreds or thousands of times, the deposits can grow to be several inches thick.

Enterprising workers who recognized their potential value chipped off these waste products and saved them to be turned into jewelry later. When these stones are ground down and polished, they reveal a dazzling array of colors.

Article by Boredpanda.com

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The remarkable feature of physical laws is that they apply everywhere, whether or not you choose to believe in them. After the laws of physics, everything else is opinion.


Neil deGrasse Tyson, Death by Black Hole: And Other Cosmic Quandaries (via ellanoi)

splendiferoushoney:

by Tiffany Hakimipour

splendiferoushoney:

by Tiffany Hakimipour



humanoidhistory:

"The fall of a bolide at sea," illustrated in Astronomy, 1875, by J. Rambosson. “Bolide” is a loose term related to meteors and meteorites; basically, it means a large fireball falling from space.

humanoidhistory:

"The fall of a bolide at sea," illustrated in Astronomy, 1875, by J. Rambosson. “Bolide” is a loose term related to meteors and meteorites; basically, it means a large fireball falling from space.