orevet:

therapsida:

importantbirds:

phototoartguy:

Surprising Fly By

Photography by Elena Murzyn, Woodinville, WA, USA

Bee?¿ 

being high on public transportation

"What is it, Lassie? Little Timmy’s fallen down a well?"

that’s a wasp son

you can tell because it looks like a total cunt

"But Doctor Quacky McQuackenstein MD has a medical degree and says vaccines are harmful"

Look into whether good old Quacky is selling a ‘cure’ or ‘protective’. Bonus points if it refers to nonspecific ‘toxins’.

I am yet to find an antivaxxer with a medical degree who isn’t compromising their credibility by hawking their own brand of magic pills.

songofages:

typhonatemybaby:

mishawinsexster:

Friendly reminder that the Duckbill Platypus is not beaver sized but the tiniest most cutest patootie being in existence 

OH GOD

i thought these things were the size of like, large cats or something. ITS FUCKING TINY JESUS

look at that adorable, highly venomous little shit

jetgreguar:


still my favorite fucking thing

jetgreguar:

still my favorite fucking thing

(Source: fruj)

do german snakes go hiß

policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
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I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up. policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
Read more | Follow policymic



I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up. policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
Read more | Follow policymic



I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up. policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
Read more | Follow policymic



I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up. policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
Read more | Follow policymic



I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up. policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
Read more | Follow policymic



I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up. policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
Read more | Follow policymic



I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up. policymic:


How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.
A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.
Read more | Follow policymic



I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up.

policymic:

How many Earth twins are out there? Hundreds possibly

NASA’s recent discovery of Kepler-186f, the first habitable Earth-sized planet is big news in humankind’s long search for extraterrestrial life.

A universe full of exoplanets: Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, which was launched in 2009 to hunt planets across the universe, we’ve managed to find around 1800 exoplanets so far, many of which have been discovered in just the last year or so.

Read moreFollow policymic

I will eat my own head if we can confirm there’s no life on at least one of the Goldilocks-zone planets we find. The trick will be detecting it - the hard part is finding a civilisation at the stage at which it’s technically advanced enough to transmit stuff, but not technically advanced enough to have blown itself up. and we need to do that before we blow ourselves up, so we can have a reason to not blow ourselves up.

Anonymous Asked
QuestionI think the other anon is pointing out he already has been, just not in the show. Answer

Oh, right. Yeah, that sounds plausible - I’m referring exclusively to in-universe canon.

Anonymous Asked
QuestionYou keep saying Dean isn't bisexual.... go listen to the commentary for the Season 8 Episode 13 "Everybody hates Hitler." If you still deny he's bisexual after that... then honey there is no hope for you. Answer

I think you misread what I said. I said that there’s nothing stopping him from BEING revealed as bisexual.

mistressaliceinbondageland:

Now I know how I am spending my weekend!!!

HOLY SHIT WHERE DO I SIGN

(Source: herundiscloseddesires)

reminder: dean likes boobs. that is canon. dean is not gay. but there is nothing at all stopping dean winchester turning out to be bisexual and shacking up with castiel.

you know, other than the whole ‘BISEXUALS? IN MY MEDIA? IT’S LESS LIKELY THAN YOU THINK’ thing, obviously.

and can you imagine how wonderful it would be to see the right-wing reaction? GAY ANGEL TAKES OVER AFTER GOD DIES AND MARRIES BISEXUAL MAN.

c’mon, McG. we’re ready.