dulldrops:

How many followers do u need to have before u just get random curious anons or am i just too boring

clarabows:

Favourite movies - Coraline (2009)

"How can you walk away from something and still come back to it?"
"Walk around the world."
"Small world."

tarrysmith:

nickster128:

Not sure how I feel about this hair color..but he’s still yummy!

Actually closer to his real hair color.

tarrysmith:

nickster128:

Not sure how I feel about this hair color..but he’s still yummy!

Actually closer to his real hair color.

typette:

perchu:

underthesymmetree:

Fibonacci you crazy bastard….

As seen in the solar system (by no ridiculous coincidence), Earth orbits the Sun 8 times in the same period that Venus orbits the Sun 13 times! Drawing a line between Earth & Venus every week results in a spectacular FIVE side symmetry!!

Lets bring up those Fibonacci numbers again: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34..

So if we imagine planets with Fibonacci orbits, do they create Fibonacci symmetries?!

You bet!! Depicted here is a:

  • 2 sided symmetry (5 orbits x 3 orbits)
  • 3 sided symmetry (8 orbits x 5 orbits)
  • sided symmetry (13 orbits x 8 orbits) - like Earth & Venus
  • sided symmetry (21 orbits x 13 orbits)

I wonder if relationships like this exist somewhere in the universe….

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i dofnt know what any of this means but these gifs are so raw im gonna rbelog it anyway

the fibonacci sequence is as close to a universe easter egg as we can possibly get. it’s a repeating pattern of numbers that you see fucking everywhere!

it appears in shit like this, from things like mathematic fractals, to the way fruits and plants grow, to the golden ratio that ALL of our proportions fit into, and a ton of other totally unrelated fucking things like the bending of light through water, how veins, rivers and lightning are connected in pattern shapes, and so on and so on

some people say it’s evidence of god, some people say it’s an artifact of us 3D beings travelling through higher dimensions, many agree it’s the truest essence of beauty and the connection between math, science and artwork…

its p. neat tho you gotta admit

scififantasyfangirl:

Tom Hiddleston’s letter to Joss Whedon after reading the script for The Avengers

scififantasyfangirl:

Tom Hiddleston’s letter to Joss Whedon after reading the script for The Avengers

popolvuhz:

MYTHS SERIES || La Llorona.

“Oh, my children, where will I take them to escape this doom?”she lamented.
The best antecedent known of the story of La Llorona legend has its roots in Aztec mythology. One version holds that it is the Aztec goddess Chihuacóatl, the protector of the race. They say that before the Spanish conquest, a female figure dressed in white began to appear regularly on the waters of Lake Texcoco roaming the hills and terrorizing the inhabitants of Tenochtitlan.
A group of priests decided to consult old omens. The ancient warned that the goddess Chihuacóalt would appear to announce the fall of the Aztec empire by men from the East. The apparition was the sixth sign of the end of the civilization. With the arrival of the Spaniards to America, and once finished the conquest of Tenochtitlan, the seat of the Aztec Empire, years later and after Doña Marina died, better known as the “Malinche” (a young Aztec that became lover of the Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes), it was said that she was the Llorona, who came to grieve from the other world for betraying her race, helping foreigners for their submission.
The “Other” Lloronas
This legend spread to other parts of the country, manifesting itself in various ways. In some towns, said the Llorona was a young lover who had died on the eve of the wedding and brought the crown of white roses she never used, to her groom.
Elsewhere, was believed to be a mother who came to mourn his orphan children.
Some say it is a woman who drowned her children one night and it’s seen along streams or creeks, exhaling long laments.
Others say is an unpleasant figure of a woman, tall and disheveled, using a long dress and with cadaverous face. Her long arms are holding a dead child and she spends the night crying, seeding with pitiful sobs, the terror on fields, villages, and even in cities. 

popolvuhz:

MYTHS SERIES || La Llorona.

“Oh, my children, where will I take them to escape this doom?”she lamented.

The best antecedent known of the story of La Llorona legend has its roots in Aztec mythology. One version holds that it is the Aztec goddess Chihuacóatl, the protector of the race. They say that before the Spanish conquest, a female figure dressed in white began to appear regularly on the waters of Lake Texcoco roaming the hills and terrorizing the inhabitants of Tenochtitlan.

A group of priests decided to consult old omens. The ancient warned that the goddess Chihuacóalt would appear to announce the fall of the Aztec empire by men from the East. The apparition was the sixth sign of the end of the civilization. With the arrival of the Spaniards to America, and once finished the conquest of Tenochtitlan, the seat of the Aztec Empire, years later and after Doña Marina died, better known as the “Malinche” (a young Aztec that became lover of the Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes), it was said that she was the Llorona, who came to grieve from the other world for betraying her race, helping foreigners for their submission.

The “Other” Lloronas

  • This legend spread to other parts of the country, manifesting itself in various ways. In some towns, said the Llorona was a young lover who had died on the eve of the wedding and brought the crown of white roses she never used, to her groom.
  • Elsewhere, was believed to be a mother who came to mourn his orphan children.
  • Some say it is a woman who drowned her children one night and it’s seen along streams or creeks, exhaling long laments.
  • Others say is an unpleasant figure of a woman, tall and disheveled, using a long dress and with cadaverous face. Her long arms are holding a dead child and she spends the night crying, seeding with pitiful sobs, the terror on fields, villages, and even in cities. 

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