theworldisyouroyster85:

"I just wanna hold you till, we fall asleep
I want love, I want us, I want you, I want me, I want peace”


Perhaps it is time I reexamine who I can and cannot depend on.


ultrafacts:

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ultrafacts:

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andreanecrolustt:

downwithdumbledore:

How can people think that gay couples shouldn’t be allowed children. I don’t know about you , but this is the happiest family I’ve ever seen.

Beautiful


thefaultinourheadcanons:

emeralddarkness:

ughjohnwatson:

do you ever get in those moods where you don’t feel like reading and you don’t feel like being on the internet and you don’t feel like watching a show and you don’t feel like sleeping and you don’t feel like existing in general

BUT YOU WANT TO DO SOMETHING.

It’s in words

(Source: inactive-ughjohnwatson)


vxpo:

Women and men should both know how to cook because neither feminism nor sexism are going to do shit for you when you’re hungry.


(Source: girlcodehumor)


nisuyaka:

inter-webs:

*sigh* why am i better than everyone

image

(Source: 6yr)


noobtheloser:

"Day four hundred and sixty three in captivity. I am crestfallen."


currentsinbiology:

freshphotons:

"Respiratory events such as exhalations or  more violent coughs and sneezes are key in transferring respiratory diseases between infectious and susceptible individuals. We present the results of a combined experimental and theoretical investigation of the fluid dynamics of such violent expiratory events. Direct observation reveals that such flows are multiphase turbulent buoyant clouds with suspended droplets of various sizes. Our observations guide the development of an accompanying theoretical model in which pathogen-bearing droplets interact with a turbulent buoyant momentum puff. The  range of validity of our theoretical model is explored experimentally. Our study highlights the importance of the multiphase nature of respiratory clouds in extending the range of respiratory pathogens.” John Bush.

See paper:  Bourouiba, Dehandschoewercker & Bush (2013)

currentsinbiology:

freshphotons:

"Respiratory events such as exhalations or  more violent coughs and sneezes are key in transferring respiratory diseases between infectious and susceptible individuals. We present the results of a combined experimental and theoretical investigation of the fluid dynamics of such violent expiratory events. Direct observation reveals that such flows are multiphase turbulent buoyant clouds with suspended droplets of various sizes. Our observations guide the development of an accompanying theoretical model in which pathogen-bearing droplets interact with a turbulent buoyant momentum puff. The  range of validity of our theoretical model is explored experimentally. Our study highlights the importance of the multiphase nature of respiratory clouds in extending the range of respiratory pathogens.” John Bush.

See paper:  Bourouiba, Dehandschoewercker & Bush (2013)