My name is Ryan, and I am one of the terrible things.

(It's worth noting that I reblog a decent amount of nsfw stuff. I try to keep it relatively tame...mostly.)

28th August 2014

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quantumblreasoning:

cumberbitch-freebitch:

otterparade:

cityofbadass:

Do you ever wonder about how an author would describe you in a novel? Not only your appearance but the way you talk and laugh and hold yourself and all the expressions on your face?

“And then there’s this asshole”

Source: wingsofbadass

28th August 2014

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28th August 2014

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alseide-fiore:

Celestial by *Thomas-Koidhis

alseide-fiore:

Celestial by *Thomas-Koidhis

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28th August 2014

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28th August 2014

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Oh, I don’t mean you’re handsome, not the way people think of handsome. Your face seems kind. But your eyes - they’re beautiful. They’re wild, crazy, like some animal peering out of a forest on fire.
— Charles Bukowski (via larmoyante)

Source: larmoyante

26th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from You’re as beautiful as endless with 86,682 notes

paulamaf2013:

hayakata:

kropotkindersurprise:

Two ways of dealing with tear gas grenades from comrades in Turkey: Either submerge them in water. Make sure you can close off the container cause the gas will still spread for a while. Or throw them in the fire so the gas burns off before it can spread.

Wow.

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST

Source: kropotkindersurprise

26th August 2014

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sitandstareatthestars:

release-the-reins:

too-stoned-to-remember:

My dad is a diver, he used to dive with seals and he said that they would just play around you and basically they were just mermaid dogs 

ITS SMILING

MERMAID DOGS

sitandstareatthestars:

release-the-reins:

too-stoned-to-remember:

My dad is a diver, he used to dive with seals and he said that they would just play around you and basically they were just mermaid dogs 

ITS SMILING

MERMAID DOGS

Source: eduardolion

24th August 2014

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danpintilini:

flukeoffate:

gingahninjah:

sliced bread is the greatest thing since betty white

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thats crazy

danpintilini:

flukeoffate:

gingahninjah:

sliced bread is the greatest thing since betty white

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thats crazy

Source: blackwithmoreblack

24th August 2014

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humansofnewyork:

“What’s surprised you most about being a parent?”“The feeling of being called ‘Dad.’ It’s the best feeling on earth. The first time my daughter called me ‘Dad,’ we were playing hide and go seek. I was pretending that I couldn’t find her, and I kept searching and searching, until finally she screamed: ‘Dad!’ It almost made me cry. It made me feel like Superman.’”(Nairobi, Kenya)

humansofnewyork:

“What’s surprised you most about being a parent?”
“The feeling of being called ‘Dad.’ It’s the best feeling on earth. The first time my daughter called me ‘Dad,’ we were playing hide and go seek. I was pretending that I couldn’t find her, and I kept searching and searching, until finally she screamed: ‘Dad!’ It almost made me cry. It made me feel like Superman.’”

(Nairobi, Kenya)

Source: humansofnewyork

24th August 2014

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godzillapanda:

This is the best thing I have seen all day

Source: captainstormwind

16th August 2014

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neurosciencenews:

Bypass Commands From the Brain to Legs Through a Computer

Read the full article Bypass Commands From the Brain to Legs Through a Computer at NeuroscienceNews.com.

Gait disturbance in individuals with spinal cord injury is attributed to the interruption of neural pathways from brain to the spinal locomotor center, whereas neural circuits locate below and above the lesion maintain most of their functions. An artificial connection that bridges the lost pathway and connects brain to spinal circuits has potential to ameliorate the functional loss. A Japanese research group, led by Shusaku Sasada and Yukio Nishimura, has successfully made an artificial connection from the brain to the locomotion center in the spinal cord by bypassing with a computer interface. This allowed subjects to stimulate the spinal locomotion center using volitionally-controlled muscle activity and to control walking in legs.

The research is in Journal of Neuroscience. (full access paywall)

Research: “Volitional Walking via Upper Limb Muscle-Controlled Stimulation of the Lumbar Locomotor Center in Man” by Syusaku Sasada, Kenji Kato, Suguru Kadowaki, Stefan J. Groiss, Yoshikazu Ugawa, Tomoyoshi Komiyama, and Yukio Nishimura in Journal of Neuroscience. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.4674-13.2014

Image: When turning off the computer-aided spinal cord bypass, the lower extremities which were in a relaxed state did not move even if the subject was swinging his/her arms. With the bypass turned on, when the subject swung his/her arms by his/her own will and a walking motion of the lower extremities began in rhythm to the motion of the arms. Credit Yukio Nishimura.

This image shows an artificial connection that connects brain to spinal circuits. Credit Yukio Nishimura.

Source: neurosciencenews

16th August 2014

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16th August 2014

Question reblogged from Ignore the cow wearing pants in the background with 136 notes

Anonymous said: Do you eat ass

caseyanthonyofficial:

Did Malcom X fight for civil rights

16th August 2014

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16th August 2014

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sci-universe:

My observation on the Pluto fuss

sci-universe:

My observation on the Pluto fuss

Source: sci-universe