1. tenpastforever:

huskdawgzilla:

you’re hired

🐷🐽

back to work today…

    tenpastforever:

    huskdawgzilla:

    you’re hired

    🐷🐽

    back to work today…

  2. "

    What if whales were nature’s ultimate geoengineers? The new report only underlines what has been suspected for some time: that cetaceans, both living and dead, are ecosystems in their own right. But it also raises a hitherto unexplored prospect, that climate change may have been accelerated by the terrible whale culls of the 20th century, which removed hundreds of thousands of these ultimate facilitators of CO2 absorption. As Greg Gatenby, the acclaimed Canadian writer on whales told me in response to the Vermont report, “about 300,000 blue whales were taken in the 20th century. If you average each whale at 100 tons, that makes for the removal from the ocean of approximately 30m tons of biomass. And that’s just for one species”.

    "
  3. welp. just past midnight. gotta wake up in six hours. not bad, but it’s gonna take me maybe an hour to get to sleep. and since the end of june my sleep schedule’s been all off.
also, did not finish going through the curriculum we’re supposed to use.

i mean, it’s not really necessary for tomorrow, but it’s hard to ask other people about it if I don’t know what I want to ask. i have a sneaking suspicion other people aren’t going to use it…

    welp. just past midnight. gotta wake up in six hours. not bad, but it’s gonna take me maybe an hour to get to sleep. and since the end of june my sleep schedule’s been all off.

    also, did not finish going through the curriculum we’re supposed to use.

    i mean, it’s not really necessary for tomorrow, but it’s hard to ask other people about it if I don’t know what I want to ask. i have a sneaking suspicion other people aren’t going to use it…

  4. xxxshakespearexxx:

    相里小溪 xlxx

  5. "When you’re buying books, you’re optimistically thinking you’re buying the time to read them."
    Arthur Schopenhauer (via pastizche)
  6. "Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth."

    Oscar Wilde (via quotesandnonsense)

    Perhaps the most efficient response to the question of why we must tell stories, as all people before us have.

    (via smiththeteacher)

  7. newyorker:

The photographer Gaston Lacombe offers a look at the thriving population of Adélie penguins during the summer in Antarctica: http://nyr.kr/1qZcRjC
Photograph by Gaston Lacombe.

    newyorker:

    The photographer Gaston Lacombe offers a look at the thriving population of Adélie penguins during the summer in Antarctica: http://nyr.kr/1qZcRjC

    Photograph by Gaston Lacombe.

  8. "I’ve memorized all the fish in the sea
    I’ve memorized each opportunity strangled
    and
    I remember awakening one morning
    and finding everything smeared with the color of
    forgotten love
    and I’ve memorized
    that too."
    Charles Bukowski, excerpt from Memory (via fatsdominos)

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Pursue understanding. Deconstruct systems in order to taste building blocks. Happiness waits else/everywhere. And the heart(h). Do spheres not pull at each other?
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