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Barely human
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qtav:

Round Rock Honey by Roy Niswanger
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omgtsn:


In my opinion, one of the best things humanity has captured on video. Done in 1979 by Voyager 1 as it approached Jupiter. 

THAT’S FUCKING TERRIFYING
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trembleseverythingintoruins:

Laura Marling - The Beast (was a creature I did not know)
I can’t seem to get over this effing piece of work. It hits my in the bend of my knees and makes me feel weak in the sharpest way I have ever known.
Indebted. 
trembleseverythingintoruins:

Laura Marling - The Beast (was a creature I did not know)
I can’t seem to get over this effing piece of work. It hits my in the bend of my knees and makes me feel weak in the sharpest way I have ever known.
Indebted. 
trembleseverythingintoruins:

Laura Marling - The Beast (was a creature I did not know)
I can’t seem to get over this effing piece of work. It hits my in the bend of my knees and makes me feel weak in the sharpest way I have ever known.
Indebted. 
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Amy Winehouse photographed in London in 2004
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finding-things-out:

A microorganism  or microbe is a microscopic organism, which may be a single cell or multicellular organism. The study of microorganisms is called microbiology, a subject that began with Anton van Leeuwenhoek's discovery of microorganisms in 1675, using a microscope of his own design.
Microorganisms are very diverse; they include all of the prokaryotes, namely the bacteria and archaea; and various forms of eukaryotes, comprising the protozoa, fungi, algae, microscopic plants (green algae), and animals such as rotifers and planarians. Some microbiologists also classify viruses as microorganisms, but others consider these as nonliving. Most microorganisms are microscopic.
Microorganisms live in every part of the biosphere including soil, hot springs, on the ocean floor, high in the atmosphere and deep inside rocks within the Earth’s crust (see also endolith). Microorganisms are crucial to nutrient recycling in ecosystems as they act as decomposers. As some microorganisms can fix nitrogen, they are a vital part of the nitrogen cycle, and recent studies indicate that airborne microbes may play a role in precipitation and weather.
Image credit: gifovea
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mostlycatsmostly:

(via deathyonok)
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Pretty on the skin, ugly from within
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untrustyou:

Werner Amann
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