1. Remember yourself as a little girl, she is counting on you to protect her.

    (via middecember)

    I love seeing this on my dash, it’s what keeps me going

    (via rediscoveringhappiness)

    Reblogged from: sunshine-cows
  2. blissfully-different:

    winchesterlicious:

    where the fuck are the boxer briefs for ladies 

    just make underwear that are just like boxer briefs but without the bulgy package area in front for fuck’s sake

    you don’t need to make them shiny or lacy just make them comfy and streamlined without awkward seams and maybe in some basic colours that aren’t white or that awful “flesh tone” colour 

    I would wear the shit out of these.

    Reblogged from: sunshine-cows
  3. thechristinastory:

    That is the best reaction ever.

    Reblogged from: stoned-and-gay
  4. geekygothgirl:

coolandfroody:

dustedsunshine:

campdracula5eva:

girlinfourcolors:

atomstargazer:

Teen creates bio-plastic from banana peels

Sixteen-year-old Elif Bilgin of Turkey has developed a way to replace traditional petroleum-based plastic with banana peels.
The Turkish teen took home a US$50,000 prize for her project “Go Bananas!” Thursday after winning the second annual Scientific American Science in Action Award, associated with Google Science Fair.
“My project makes it possible to use banana peels, a waste material which is thrown away almost every day, in the electrical insulation of cables,” Bilgin said in a media statement.
“This is both an extremely nature-friendly and cheap process, which has the potential to decrease the amount of pollution created due to the use of plastics, which contain petroleum derivatives.”
Bilgin spent two years developing the bio-plastic, which does not decay. She said the process is so easy that it is possible to repeat at home, with special care taken for chemicals used in the production process.
In September, the teen will compete at Google’s California headquarters for the overall Google Science Fair prize for 15-to-16 year olds. She will also have access to a one-year mentorship.


Has anyone else noticed how many brilliant breakthroughs in science are coming from the minds of teenage girls the last few years? Between this story, the four girls in Nigeria who invented a generator that runs on urine, the California girl who invented a twenty-second cell phone charger… Who knows where we’d be today without the patriarchal interference of men, stealing or hiding the brilliance of women?
Our future is in the hands of teenage girls, and I for one feel really good about that.

When I was about 7 I wanted to invent a thing that purified water based off of fish gills. I went to the school library to do research like a good little inventor and one of my teachers asked me what I was doing, and then told me that there were some new barbie books in, and that I’d probably be better off with those.

Don’t forget the girl who invented a torch that’d light up just from the heat of your hands
basically everyone should stop s***ting on teenage girls because they do awesome things when you let them

or that one time a girl found the cure for cancer that we could be using in 15 years

But nah, girls and women just suck at math and science and have never invented anything worthwhile. Sure. Right. 

    geekygothgirl:

    coolandfroody:

    dustedsunshine:

    campdracula5eva:

    girlinfourcolors:

    atomstargazer:

    Teen creates bio-plastic from banana peels

    Sixteen-year-old Elif Bilgin of Turkey has developed a way to replace traditional petroleum-based plastic with banana peels.

    The Turkish teen took home a US$50,000 prize for her project “Go Bananas!” Thursday after winning the second annual Scientific American Science in Action Award, associated with Google Science Fair.

    “My project makes it possible to use banana peels, a waste material which is thrown away almost every day, in the electrical insulation of cables,” Bilgin said in a media statement.

    “This is both an extremely nature-friendly and cheap process, which has the potential to decrease the amount of pollution created due to the use of plastics, which contain petroleum derivatives.”

    Bilgin spent two years developing the bio-plastic, which does not decay. She said the process is so easy that it is possible to repeat at home, with special care taken for chemicals used in the production process.

    In September, the teen will compete at Google’s California headquarters for the overall Google Science Fair prize for 15-to-16 year olds. She will also have access to a one-year mentorship.

    Has anyone else noticed how many brilliant breakthroughs in science are coming from the minds of teenage girls the last few years? Between this story, the four girls in Nigeria who invented a generator that runs on urine, the California girl who invented a twenty-second cell phone charger… Who knows where we’d be today without the patriarchal interference of men, stealing or hiding the brilliance of women?

    Our future is in the hands of teenage girls, and I for one feel really good about that.

    When I was about 7 I wanted to invent a thing that purified water based off of fish gills. I went to the school library to do research like a good little inventor and one of my teachers asked me what I was doing, and then told me that there were some new barbie books in, and that I’d probably be better off with those.

    Don’t forget the girl who invented a torch that’d light up just from the heat of your hands

    basically everyone should stop s***ting on teenage girls because they do awesome things when you let them

    or that one time a girl found the cure for cancer that we could be using in 15 years

    But nah, girls and women just suck at math and science and have never invented anything worthwhile. Sure. Right. 

    Reblogged from: designedeuphoria
  5. insanity-and-vanity:

    Patricia Yurena: the now first openly gay national beauty queen

    Reblogged from: insanity-and-vanity
  6. Reblogged from: voiceofnature
  7. They say every atom in our bodies was once part of a star. Maybe I’m not leaving. Maybe I’m going home.
    Gattaca, 1997 (via artvevo)
    Reblogged from: loganslermans
  8. fozmeadows:

    imsirius:

    Your character falls into the “friend zone” - Is this primarily a man’s problem, or are women put in the friend zone as well? x

    DANIEL RADCLIFFE FOR ALL THE AWARDS

    ALL OF THEM

    Reblogged from: loganslermans
  9. thelovelyseas:

Stingray city by SF brit

    thelovelyseas:

    Stingray city by SF brit

    Reblogged from: wild-earth
  10. multidjc:

jedisonic-x:

This was probably the greatest thing I’ve seen all day!!!

Ladies and gentlemen, my new favorite gif.

    multidjc:

    jedisonic-x:

    This was probably the greatest thing I’ve seen all day!!!

    Ladies and gentlemen, my new favorite gif.

    Reblogged from: iinvitedher-sugartits
  11. Reblogged from: violetholiday
  12. sublim-ature:

North Cascades, WashingtonChris Williams

    sublim-ature:

    North Cascades, Washington
    Chris Williams

    Reblogged from: voiceofnature
  13. MIDDLE-EARTH MEME: [2/5 locations] Rivendell

    "In all the days of the Third Age, after the fall of Gil-galad, Master Elrond abode in Imladris, and he gathered there many Elves, and other folk of wisdom and power from among all the kindreds of Middle-earth, and he preserved through many lives of Men the memory of all that had been fair; and the house of Elrond was a refuge for the weary, and the oppressed, and a treasury of good council and wise lore."

    Reblogged from: voiceofnature
  14. Reblogged from: voiceofnature
  15. hitlervevo:

    my social studies teacher once told us “human beings are the most selfish of all. even when someone dies, you shed tears only because they are no more around to provide you with whatever they had been for so long”

    and it has been 3 years since she said this and this is still what i think about at night

    Reblogged from: acrylicalchemy
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