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vinebox:

me at the movies

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h0odrich:

me as soon as we finish the blunt

me all the time

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euo:

Miriam Elia

euo:

Miriam Elia

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I’ve been gone a long time.

What she says: I'm fine

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style-fad:

my 6 year old brother has been crying for the past 20 minutes because my parents didn’t invite him to their wedding 19 years ago

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weirdteenblogger:

typing your homework question into google and seeing loads of yahoo answers pages

image

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erayparlay:

crucial knowledge

erayparlay:

crucial knowledge

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troyyy:

news

troyyy:

news

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txchnologist:

Vapor Manipulations

by Michael Keller

In the 1940s, GE and government researchers were trying to figure out how to weaken the destructive power of hurricanes. Part of that work involved building an understanding of how ice crystals form in clouds. These animations come from a 1947 film showing scientists making snow in a lab freezer.

GE scientists including Nobel Prize winner Irving Langmuir, Vincent Schaefer and Bernard Vonnegut studied the science of snow. Their experiments with weather control provided Bernard’s brother, Kurt, the inspiration to write Cat’s Cradle.

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