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alegbra:

alegbra:

alegbra:

If this post gets at least 250 notes I’ll attempt to smoke weed out of a slice of pizza and record it

almost there you guys 

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i cant believe i did this but here you guys go i had to upload it to youtube since it was in 720p so i embedded it under the thing skip to 4:46 if you just want to see me inhale

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Anonymous asked: describe art without using the word 'art'

officialunitedstates:

officialunitedstates.tumblr.com

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gimmeaciggy:

The dream 😍😍😍

(minus the smoking kills)
shoutsout to dead people who smoked

gimmeaciggy:

The dream 😍😍😍

(minus the smoking kills)

shoutsout to dead people who smoked

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kikiyuyu:

courtney-joanna:

I would pay good money to see this. 

finally a sport i’m interested in playing

kikiyuyu:

courtney-joanna:

I would pay good money to see this. 

finally a sport i’m interested in playing

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kayoiaukokoro:

Today is my i don’t care day

kayoiaukokoro:

Today is my i don’t care day

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moonemojii:

*studies for 2 minutes*
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distant-traveller:

The El Gordo massive galaxy cluster

It is bigger than a bread box. In fact, it is much bigger than all bread boxes put together. Galaxy cluster ACT-CL J0102-4915 is one of the largest and most massive objects known. Dubbed “El Gordo”, the seven billion light years (z = 0.87) distant galaxy cluster spans about seven million light years and holds the mass of a million billion Suns. The above image of El Gordo is a composite of a visible light image from the Hubble Space Telescope, an X-ray image from the Chandra Observatory showing the hot gas in pink, and a computer generated map showing the most probable distribution of dark matter in blue, computed from gravitational lens distortions of background galaxies. Almost all of the bright spots are galaxies. The blue dark matter distribution indicates that the cluster is in the middle stages of a collision between two large galaxy clusters. A careful inspection of the image will reveal a nearly vertical galaxy that appears unusually long. That galaxy is actually far in the background and has its image stretched by the gravitational lens action of the massive cluster.

Image credit: NASA, ESA, J. Jee (UC Davis) et al.

distant-traveller:

The El Gordo massive galaxy cluster

It is bigger than a bread box. In fact, it is much bigger than all bread boxes put together. Galaxy cluster ACT-CL J0102-4915 is one of the largest and most massive objects known. Dubbed “El Gordo”, the seven billion light years (z = 0.87) distant galaxy cluster spans about seven million light years and holds the mass of a million billion Suns. The above image of El Gordo is a composite of a visible light image from the Hubble Space Telescope, an X-ray image from the Chandra Observatory showing the hot gas in pink, and a computer generated map showing the most probable distribution of dark matter in blue, computed from gravitational lens distortions of background galaxies. Almost all of the bright spots are galaxies. The blue dark matter distribution indicates that the cluster is in the middle stages of a collision between two large galaxy clusters. A careful inspection of the image will reveal a nearly vertical galaxy that appears unusually long. That galaxy is actually far in the background and has its image stretched by the gravitational lens action of the massive cluster.

Image credit: NASA, ESA, J. Jee (UC Davis) et al.

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distant-traveller:


The 2013 partial eclipse rising over the Vehicle Assembly Building along the Florida Space Coast
Image credit & copyright: David Dickinson

distant-traveller:

The 2013 partial eclipse rising over the Vehicle Assembly Building along the Florida Space Coast

Image credit & copyright: David Dickinson

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