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skysoaring:

have a photoset of snakes laughing at your misfortune



pennbdgleys:

Community - Season 4



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04 Feb

timelordy-teganbreann:

frostirons:

raggedymind:

thegabbittycave:

themaraudingdetective:

grapefruitshampoo:

THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING AND BRILLIANT THING EVER

This is what happens when women write ad campaigns for other women *dies from the hotness*

this is still my favorite ad of all time

Jaye: That moment when the doctor is secretly a fox.

I need gifs!

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screamingcrawfish:

i have compiled a list of my favorite phrases seen in the “first blowjob” tag

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52382
04 Feb
sahoyah:

My favorite part of the halftime show was when Beyonce used Double Team to increase her evasiveness.

sahoyah:

My favorite part of the halftime show was when Beyonce used Double Team to increase her evasiveness.



starcrafts:

Coldplay vs. Two Door Cinema Club | What You Know





1612
15 Dec

The meaning of Christmas is the idea that Christmas has meaning, and it can mean whatever we want. For me, it used to mean being with my mom. Now it means being with you guys… Thanks, LOST.



rhamphotheca:

New Particle at World’s Largest Atom Smasher is Likely Higgs Boson
by Clara Moskowitz
Physicists are more than 99 percent sure that they’ve found a new elementary particle that is likely the long-sought Higgs boson.
Evidence for the new particle was reported today (July 4) by scientists from the world’s largest atom smasher, the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. Researchers reported they’d seen a particle weighing roughly 125 times the mass of the proton, with a level of certainty that all but seals the deal it’s the Higgs boson.
“This is indeed a new particle. We know it must be a boson and it’s the heaviest boson ever found,” Joe Incandela, spokesperson for LHC’s CMS experiment, said in a statement. “The implications are very significant and it is precisely for this reason that we must be extremely diligent in all of our studies and cross-checks.”
The Higgs, nicknamed the “God particle” (to the chagrin of many scientists, who prefer its official name), is thought to hold the key to one of the mysteries of the universe: Why do things have mass? 
Its discovery represents a major step forward in our understanding of why the universe exists as it does, with matter clumping together to form galaxies, stars, planets and us, scientists say. To be absolutely sure they’ve made a true new discovery, rather than simply seen a fluke, physicists wait for enough data so that their statistics reach a level called 5 sigma, meaning that there is only a one in 3.5 million chance the signal isn’t real…
(read more: Live Science)       (image: CERN/ATLAS)

rhamphotheca:

New Particle at World’s Largest Atom Smasher is Likely Higgs Boson

by Clara Moskowitz

Physicists are more than 99 percent sure that they’ve found a new elementary particle that is likely the long-sought Higgs boson.

Evidence for the new particle was reported today (July 4) by scientists from the world’s largest atom smasher, the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. Researchers reported they’d seen a particle weighing roughly 125 times the mass of the proton, with a level of certainty that all but seals the deal it’s the Higgs boson.

“This is indeed a new particle. We know it must be a boson and it’s the heaviest boson ever found,” Joe Incandela, spokesperson for LHC’s CMS experiment, said in a statement. “The implications are very significant and it is precisely for this reason that we must be extremely diligent in all of our studies and cross-checks.”

The Higgs, nicknamed the “God particle” (to the chagrin of many scientists, who prefer its official name), is thought to hold the key to one of the mysteries of the universe: Why do things have mass

Its discovery represents a major step forward in our understanding of why the universe exists as it does, with matter clumping together to form galaxies, stars, planets and us, scientists say. To be absolutely sure they’ve made a true new discovery, rather than simply seen a fluke, physicists wait for enough data so that their statistics reach a level called 5 sigma, meaning that there is only a one in 3.5 million chance the signal isn’t real…

(read more: Live Science)       (image: CERN/ATLAS)



collegehumor:

14 Great Pictures of Ice Cream
Who doesn’t love ice cream? Is it you? What’s wrong with you? Ice cream is amazing. You can give someone ice cream and make their day. Or you can take it away and ruin it. Celebrate the greatness of ice cream with these pictures and GIFs.

collegehumor:

14 Great Pictures of Ice Cream

Who doesn’t love ice cream? Is it you? What’s wrong with you? Ice cream is amazing. You can give someone ice cream and make their day. Or you can take it away and ruin it. Celebrate the greatness of ice cream with these pictures and GIFs.



25720
04 Jul