Rene De Sans

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casadassafadas:

hentai

casadassafadas:

hentai

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j4pay:

Everyday Objects Made Unusable by Giuseppe Colarusso

I am so frustrated at all of this

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VATRA 

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Jun 12th at 9AM / via: wilsoncenter / op: wilsoncenter / 4,363 notes
wilsoncenter:

Signs we need to improve the amount (and quality) of science coverage in media:
In a March 2011 survey, two-thirds of Americans couldn’t name a single living scientist 
From 2007-2010, science/technology/environmental topics accounted for only 3% of all news stories (and only 2% in 2011).
Though 87% of scientists support the idea, only 32% of the U.S. public believes in natural selection playing a role in evolution
While 97% of scientists agree, only 41% of the U.S. public believes that climate change is caused by human activities.
Louise Lief, on why this matters:

If people do not know scientists or understand how they work, it follows that they are unlikely to make informed choices on public policy issues or support basic scientific research to address vital issues like climate change and conservation.

More about Louise’s project to improve science in journalism here.

wilsoncenter:

Signs we need to improve the amount (and quality) of science coverage in media:

  • In a March 2011 survey, two-thirds of Americans couldn’t name a single living scientist 
  • From 2007-2010, science/technology/environmental topics accounted for only 3% of all news stories (and only 2% in 2011).
  • Though 87% of scientists support the idea, only 32% of the U.S. public believes in natural selection playing a role in evolution
  • While 97% of scientists agree, only 41% of the U.S. public believes that climate change is caused by human activities.

Louise Lief, on why this matters:

If people do not know scientists or understand how they work, it follows that they are unlikely to make informed choices on public policy issues or support basic scientific research to address vital issues like climate change and conservation.

More about Louise’s project to improve science in journalism here.


Jun 4th at 10PM / via: nevver / op: nevver / 1,054 notes
nevver:

Hey doesn’t the new person start today?

nevver:

Hey doesn’t the new person start today?


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vayena:

put him back to normal

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funkies:

Saturday night goals

funkies:

Saturday night goals

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Apr 29th at 10PM / via: penis-hilton / op: katyhudsson / 3,775 notes
superdankhotfire:


Katy Perry revealing she’s a Satanist 

I’m so proud of her

superdankhotfire:

Katy Perry revealing she’s a Satanist 

I’m so proud of her

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Apr 29th at 10PM / via: illuminaughtyprincess / op: 4gifs / 474,373 notes
girlgrowingsmall:

I want to give this kid a scholarship.

girlgrowingsmall:

I want to give this kid a scholarship.

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