rebellious soul
  • Bill Nye Fights Back!

    "Let’s say that I am, through my actions, doomed, and that I will go to hell. Even if I am going to hell, that still doesn’t mean the Earth is 6,000 years old. The facts just don’t reconcile.”

    (Source: popsci, via gthegentleman)

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  • gthegentleman:

    Don’t forget that

    (Source: trendgraphy)

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  • laughatthestars:

    today, my school hosted an exhibit for suicide awareness day. the exhibit included 1,100 backpacks in representation of the number of lives that are lost to mental illness each year on college campuses. many of these backpacks were donated by the families that lost loved ones and had their stories attached. i’m so proud of my school for bringing attention to such a serious issue.

    (via kissmeimroxy)

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  • w3ndyclear:

    There Is - Angels and Airwaves live cover

    (original song performed by Boxcar Racer)

    this is literally amazing, Tom’s voice sounds perfect

    (via bored-n-confused)

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  • avaclips:

    Deleted from his instagram but still on his facebook.

    guessing a still from the music video. a single must be close.

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  • "Freeze. mommy!"

    (Source: dorkpassenger, via villa-kulla)

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  • (Source: liquidmeth, via mamadivaa)

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  • instagram:

    Embroidering Nature’s Patterns with @meredithwoolnough

    To see more of Meredith’s nature-inspired creations, follow @meredithwoolnough on Instagram.

    “I have been collecting skeletonized leaves for as long as I can remember,” explains Australian artist Meredith Woolnough (@meredithwoolnough), whose elaborate embroideries mimic coral, leaves and other forms from nature. “I have always found inspiration in the natural world.”

    Meredith’s particular method of embroidey is well-suited for patterns inspired by nature. “I work with a unique technique that allows me to create embroidered structures that exist without a base cloth. It’s not your typical embroidery.”

    A near perfect Scribbly gum leaf Meredith found inspired her largest work to date. “I mapped out the internal structure of the leaf and translated the design into a dense network of stitches,” she says. “It took me months to complete and it almost sent me mad but I am so happy with how it turned out.”

    (via hollymixtures)

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