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  3. doctaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:

    ― But some part of him realized, even as he fought to break free from Lupin, that Sirius had never kept him waiting before… . Sirius had risked everything, always, to see Harry, to help him… . If Sirius was not reappearing out of that archway when Harry was yelling for him as though his life depended on it, the only possible explanation was that he could not come back… . That he really was …

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  4. spaceplasma:

    An X-ray recording of metal solidifying under microgravity. The video was recorded on a Maser sounding rocket. In under seven minutes a small furnace was used to cook a metal sample to 700°C turning it liquid before it was frozen inside a cooling chamber to solidify into crystal clusters. An X-ray camera captured this dramatic experiment for analysis.

    Credit: NTNU Norway–Prof. Ragnvald Mathiesen

    (Source: esa.int, via thecraftychemist)

     


  5. tinylilremus:

    No but can you just imagine Mrs Weasley getting to the magical afterlife one day and the first thing she sees is a girl with red hair sprinting towards her.

    For a fleeting moment she thinks it’s Ginny, but as the girl comes closer she recognises the kind smile and the emerald eyes that are shining with tears. It’s Lily Potter.

    Lily pulls Mrs Weasley into a tight hug and can only whisper three words before dissolving into tears.

    "Thank you, Molly."

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  6. grcninja:

    the most minor of map updates

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    We found that, upon exposure to sexist humor, men higher in sexism discriminated against women by allocating larger funding cuts to a women’s organization than they did to other organizations.

    We also found that, in the presence of sexist humor, participants believed the other participants would approve of the funding cuts to women’s organizations. We believe this shows that humorous disparagement creates the perception of a shared standard of tolerance of discrimination that may guide behavior when people believe others feel the same way.

    The research indicates that people should be aware of the prevalence of disparaging humor in popular culture, and that the guise of benign amusement or “it’s just a joke” gives it the potential to be a powerful and widespread force that can legitimize prejudice in our society

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    — Thomas E. Ford, professor of psychology at Western Carolina University (via baebees)

    (via stfu-moffat)

     

  10. mazzystardust:

    Polka Dot Superstar The Amazing World of Yayoi Kusama

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  11. heavensigh:

    thefinestbitches:

    Joia John

    She looks so unimpressed with what you got going on….I love it

    (Source: badassgyals, via chubbycartwheels)

     

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  14. thegestianpoet:

    thegestianpoet:

    how do i tell my mom that this “minimalist wooden nativity set” she put up just looks like a forest of dildos

    the holidays are nearing us and let’s just have this festive post once again 

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  15. neferipitou:

    adds “we just caught our alternate universe selves making out and now everything is super awkward” to list of shipping tropes that need to be implemented everywhere

    (Source: rvvve, via startrekrenegades)