ARTWORK BY げみ
ANNE FRANK WAS BI
HOW DID NO ONE EVER TELL ME THIS
I FEEL FUCKING ROBBED
Excuse me while I memorize this list
I keep trying to tell people this but nobody believes me.
haha yea they edited bits of her diary out which included anne expressing attraction to girls and it’s even been banned from schools because of this!! fun fact
“Unconsciously, I had these feelings even before I came here. Once when I was spending the night at Jacque's, I could no longer restrain my curiosity about her body, which she'd always hidden from me and which I'd never seen. I asked her whether, as proof of our friendiship, we could touch each other's breasts. Jacque refused. I also had a terrible desire to kiss her, which I did. Every time I see a female nude, such as the Venus in my art history book, I go into ecstasy. Sometimes I find them so exquisite I have to struggle to hold back my tears. If only I had a girlfriend!"
ancient trainer proverb (via dewittannabelle)
do you ever imagine the people of gotham though: ”which fucking robin is that?”
"There’s more than one?" asks an out-of-towner.
"Are you sure you’re ready for this conversation?" a Gothamite replies.
Night Vale Inspires — Part 2 :]
Part 1: [x]
people who exercise in order to get rid of period cramps are the ones surviving the apocalypse.
You avoid contact of the first kind at all costs. Do you fear to feel other people? If you don’t get close to others, you won’t be betrayed or hurt. However, neither will you forget what loneliness is. A person can’t erase sadness forever. Everyone is alone. However, people can forget and so they are able to live.
If we never get the chance to say “Nobody expects in Inquisition” in Dragon Age 3 then whats the point
Evolution in real time
59,000 generations of bacteria, plus freezer, yield startling result
After 26 years of workdays spent watching bacteria multiply, Richard Lenski has learned a thing or two. He’s learned that naturalist Charles Darwin was wrong about some things. For one, evolution doesn’t always occur in steps so slow and steady that changes can’t be observed. Lenski also learned that a laboratory freezer can function as a time machine.
A professor at Michigan State University, Lenski has watched E. coli bacteria multiply through 59,000 generations, a span that has allowed him to observe evolution in real time. Since his Long-Term Experimental Evolution Projectbegan in 1988, the bacteria have doubled in size, begun to mutate more quickly, and become more efficient at using the glucose in the solution where they’re grown. More strikingly, however, he found that one of the 12 bacterial lines he has maintained has developed into what he believes is a new species, able to use a compound in the solution called citrate — a derivative of citric acid, like that found in some fruit — for food.
Lenski described his groundbreaking work at Harvard’s Mineralogical and Geological Museum on Wednesday during a talk sponsored by the Harvard Museum of Natural History, one of the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture(HMSC). His presentation, “Time Travel in Experimental Evolution,” was introduced by HMSC executive director Jane Pickering and by Jonathan Losos, the Monique and Philip Lehner Professor for the Study of Latin America and curator of herpetology in the Museum of Comparative Zoology.