Erinn: 23, geoscience student and enthusiast, recovering chemistry major; loves not pants, cradling her phone while she sleeps, cute things and nerdy sentiments (or sediments). Lives and studies in Halifax, Nova Scotia; born and raised in Victoria, BC.

 

lorenzens-soil:

Aragonite. La Pesquera, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, Spain.Specimen size 74x58x22mm
(via C P Minerals)

lorenzens-soil:

Aragonite. La Pesquera, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, Spain.
Specimen size 74x58x22mm

(via C P Minerals)

gallium-knight:

transhumanisticpanspermia:

mermaidsandmisandry:

“some scientists agree”. what does that mean. some scientists. that could be two scientists. two scientists agree. two agreeable scientists isnt very credible. do it again. more scientists.

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this is my favorite post

(Source: mermaidsandmistletoe-archive)

starcultist:


Oh, here’s a question, listeners. Have you seen those new billboards all over town recently? They have no pictures, just hyper-bright colorful text that reads “20% off everything. We’re going to take 20% off everything. Every thing. We’re crrraaaazy.”
 There’s no store or brand associated with the advertisements, and the highway department said that there’s no record that anyone owns the billboards or that they were ever put up. “They just appeared and we just sort of accepted that they were there” a representative from the city told us. 
The sheriff’s secret police warned that the advertisements appeared to be completely literal, and that soon 20% of everything might indeed be gone. They are still investigating as to whether or not we have a choice  which 20% gets taken off and where that 20% goes. 
Scientists say that the 20% must go somewhere because of something to do with something called “thermodynamic laws”, but police officials remind us that scientists are comedians, and that they should stick to comedy.

Welcome to Night Vale - Poetry Week

starcultist:

Oh, here’s a question, listeners. Have you seen those new billboards all over town recently? They have no pictures, just hyper-bright colorful text that reads “20% off everything. We’re going to take 20% off everything. Every thing. We’re crrraaaazy.”

There’s no store or brand associated with the advertisements, and the highway department said that there’s no record that anyone owns the billboards or that they were ever put up. “They just appeared and we just sort of accepted that they were there” a representative from the city told us.

The sheriff’s secret police warned that the advertisements appeared to be completely literal, and that soon 20% of everything might indeed be gone. They are still investigating as to whether or not we have a choice  which 20% gets taken off and where that 20% goes.

Scientists say that the 20% must go somewhere because of something to do with something called “thermodynamic laws”, but police officials remind us that scientists are comedians, and that they should stick to comedy.

Welcome to Night Vale - Poetry Week