Weird stuff

thesacredword:

Glarus, Switzerland.

thesacredword:

Glarus, Switzerland.

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

ikkimikki:

the-feminist-fangirl:

chandra75:

George Takei,

You rule. 

George Takei is a beautiful human being.

I love George Takei!

George Takei being amazing and mocking these sad, pathetic bigoted idiots in his glorious style

It is the best thing

LOOK AT ALL THIS STAR-SASS RIGHT HERE :D

lil-elo:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MJK I LOVE YOU ♥♥♥

lil-elo:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MJK I LOVE YOU ♥♥♥

buckyxbarnes:

It’s hard to find a partner with a similar life experience. [insp]


the winter soldier.
sebastian stan collage here.

the winter soldier.

sebastian stan collage here.

Behind the scenes - “Who the hell is Bucky?”

sci-universe:

That’s how the new show remembered Carl Sagan’s original series this episode.

Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, Journeys in Space and Time” x Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, “A Sky Full of Ghosts”

felixkitty:

The Winter Soldier’s sexy murder walk

Pretty much.

libutron:

Do your bit for bumblebees (Science News)
Bumblebee populations are in decline, but scientists don’t have enough data on which bee species live where to target conservation efforts. People throughout North America, armed with smartphones and cameras, can now help find the bumblebees.
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation and its partners have launched the Bumble Bee Watch website to track sightings. When you see a bee bumbling around, snap a photo. Head to bumblebeewatch.org and create a free account, then upload your photo and click the map to log your sighting. After that, the website will lead you through questions to help ID your bee. The data will be open to anyone and will help conservationists and scientists in the Xerces Society, Wildlife Preservation Canada, the University of Ottawa and other groups target local efforts and study bee decline.

libutron:

Do your bit for bumblebees (Science News)

Bumblebee populations are in decline, but scientists don’t have enough data on which bee species live where to target conservation efforts. People throughout North America, armed with smartphones and cameras, can now help find the bumblebees.

The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation and its partners have launched the Bumble Bee Watch website to track sightings. When you see a bee bumbling around, snap a photo. Head to bumblebeewatch.org and create a free account, then upload your photo and click the map to log your sighting. After that, the website will lead you through questions to help ID your bee. The data will be open to anyone and will help conservationists and scientists in the Xerces Society, Wildlife Preservation Canada, the University of Ottawa and other groups target local efforts and study bee decline.

Your work has been a gift to mankind. You shaped the century. And I need you to do it one more time…

autumn-will-come:

splashmouth13:

we-smoke-the-blunts:

platypusinplaid:

America in one gif

omg the eagle exploding it

How the fuck did they get a bald eagle to wear a suit AND fist bump Steven Colbert

pistachios

autumn-will-come:

splashmouth13:

we-smoke-the-blunts:

platypusinplaid:

America in one gif

omg the eagle exploding it

How the fuck did they get a bald eagle to wear a suit AND fist bump Steven Colbert

pistachios