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apparently the jury is out on glass being a liquid

some say it’s neither, that it’s an “amorphous solid” which is like… a state in between liquid and solid.

did u guys know that glass is liquid?

like all glass… is currently moving, very slowly.

glass is a supercooled liquid, it is technically not solid!
and it also has a memory.

it accumulates damage over time, even if it’s not enough to break it, that damage stays in the glass unless it’s re-tempered 

it was never not a planet the entire hearing was around the classification of celestial bodies! pluto was deemed a dwarf planet… it was never not a planet. they just rounded out a specific definition for what a planet is so that it’s easier to teach/talk about different objects in space. there are literally like… tons of bodies almost exactly like pluto floating around that area of the solar system.

There are also three official Plutoids in that classification, so not only was pluto never “demoted,” an entire group of objects was named after it.

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ttyto-alba:

My jacket is cooler than yours~

ttyto-alba:

My jacket is cooler than yours~

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bobbycaputo:

10 Essential African-American Photographers

Thomas Allen Harris’ documentary Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People will be playing at New York’s Film Forum through September 9. “The film is a cornucopia of Americana that reveals deeply disturbing truths about the history of race relations while expressing joyous, life-affirming sentiments about the ability of [African-American] artists and amateurs alike to assert their identity through the photographic lens,” Film Forum writes. “What the film strives to say is, when everything around me is telling me I am not worth anything, I can present myself and have a likeness of myself and my talents that shows I have values,” Harris told the New York Times

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Depression sufferers, I need your advice. I’ve been on and off medication for most of my life. In the last five years I’ve done more for my mental health and physical wellness alone than any doctor therapist or psychiatrist has been able to do. That being said I know for a fact that I have a serotonin reuptake problem, and winter is coming (less light/time outside/seeing people = more difficult time with this). Does anyone know any low dosage time released ssri’s, or nonbiased cold-cut, long-term research on them? I’ve been so fucked up by medication in my life that most of the time id rather just grind it out, but I also don’t want to risk a backslide this winter. I’m sick of talking to people who are paid to prescribe them, I’m sick of agendas of internal modern medicine and pharmaceutical companies grip on mental health but I don’t know where to turn.

weschesterliciousness:

Amon Amarth - Cry Of The Blackbirds

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immigrantgirls:

#lit

classic

dude i don’t even believe this i know i just reblogged it like ten minutes ago but oh my god this baby eats shit from like 4ft in the air and nobody cares this is literally the funniest thing i’ve ever seen in my life 

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I am looking beat!

Everytime anaconda comes on the radio I almost crash my car

softwaring:

South Tyrolean Alps

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Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don’t know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings. Anaïs Nin (via hqlines)

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klchaps:

You could be happy here… We could grow up together.

Boy (2010)