the-trench-coat-fandom:

REJECTED

JACK HARKNESS

REJECTED. 

(Source: stargaryenn, via bucky-winter-barnes)

ponkinpie:

shubbabang:

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I will do this for my kids I swear to god

(via ashlee-ketchum)

gengarite:

he disconnected immediately afterwards

(via ashlee-ketchum)

brendanwtf:

meatbicyclevevo:

fano-tastic:

I love how these are the same cover just different backgrounds.

"Sharknado 2: The Second One"
They really put a lot of effort into the title, didn’t they

"Shark happens"

(via ruinedchildhood)

ucresearch:

Do gut bacteria rule our minds?
It sounds like science fiction, but it seems that bacteria within us — which outnumber our own cells about 100-fold — may very well be affecting both our cravings and moods to get us to eat what they want, and often are driving us toward obesity.
In an article published this week in the journal BioEssays, researchers from UC San Francisco, Arizona State University and University of New Mexico concluded from a review of the recent scientific literature that microbes influence human eating behavior and dietary choices to favor consumption of the particular nutrients they grow best on, rather than simply passively living off whatever nutrients we choose to send their way.
Bacterial species vary in the nutrients they need. Some prefer fat, and others sugar, for instance. But they not only vie with each other for food and to retain a niche within their ecosystem — our digestive tracts — they also often have different aims than we do when it comes to our own actions
Read more about the manipulative bacteria in our gut →

ucresearch:

Do gut bacteria rule our minds?


It sounds like science fiction, but it seems that bacteria within us — which outnumber our own cells about 100-fold — may very well be affecting both our cravings and moods to get us to eat what they want, and often are driving us toward obesity.

In an article published this week in the journal BioEssays, researchers from UC San Francisco, Arizona State University and University of New Mexico concluded from a review of the recent scientific literature that microbes influence human eating behavior and dietary choices to favor consumption of the particular nutrients they grow best on, rather than simply passively living off whatever nutrients we choose to send their way.

Bacterial species vary in the nutrients they need. Some prefer fat, and others sugar, for instance. But they not only vie with each other for food and to retain a niche within their ecosystem — our digestive tracts — they also often have different aims than we do when it comes to our own actions

Read more about the manipulative bacteria in our gut

(via science-junkie)

sharped0:

beyonceofmysticfalls:

Imagine the middle child wandering by herself onto your aisle at Walmart.

ok but what about the youngest child? ‘human being’ sounds like she’s secretly a reptilian and is trying very hard to convince everyone she isnt.

sharped0:

beyonceofmysticfalls:

Imagine the middle child wandering by herself onto your aisle at Walmart.

ok but what about the youngest child? ‘human being’ sounds like she’s secretly a reptilian and is trying very hard to convince everyone she isnt.

(Source: withoutyourwalls, via lalo-arutan)

explore-blog:

Marie Curie on curiosity, wonder, and the spirit of adventure in science – a wonderful remembrance by her daughter.

explore-blog:

Marie Curie on curiosity, wonder, and the spirit of adventure in science – a wonderful remembrance by her daughter.

(via science-junkie)

did-you-kno:

When Baks the dog was left blind after an accident, his friend Buttons became his seeing-eye-goose by hanging on to him with her neck and honking to direct him. Source

did-you-kno:

When Baks the dog was left blind after an accident, his friend Buttons became his seeing-eye-goose by hanging on to him with her neck and honking to direct him. Source

heir-conditioning:

why aren’t we talking about this

heir-conditioning:

why aren’t we talking about this

(via lalo-arutan)