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i don’t even know what to say, thankyou so much for your support. pardon my absence for this little while, school work can sometimes just take over and i can’t figure a way of getting back. this took quite a while, but its totally worth it for you pals. I love hearing from you and being in this community, so once again- thankyou  ★~(◡‿◡✿) *new merged download link at the bottom*


Veggie Jumpas’

a selection of comfy winter tops, featuring a few shoutouts to the veggies.they say:

1. “grass fed” 2. “veggie-saurus” 3.”vegan” 4.”eating veggies for christmas” 5.”vegetarian” 6.”#veganpower” -this is the one in the preview.

new mesh. suitable for all genders ❤

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Big Belted Bad Boy Jeans

featuring holes, wOw!1 to give you those chilly legs this winter

suitable for all genders ❤

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Swishy Skirts

i just wanted something simple that you can wear with some tights, 

suitable for all genders ❤

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Smile for a While matte lipsticks

i wanted a cute lil’ selection of weird colours. voila!

i think you’ll need get together. 

suitable for all genders ❤

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Get em’ all in one

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You know Gaster. Maybe you shouldn’t lose your (probably) illegal experiments within the endless void. That’s just irresponsible.

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LIGO BEGINS NEXT SEARCH FOR GRAVITATIONAL WAVES:
NSF DIRECTOR REFLECTS ON THE LASER INTERFEROMETER
GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE OBSERVATORY’S NEWEST QUEST

Statement from National Science Foundation Director France Córdova regarding news that, after a series of upgrades, researchers have reactivated the twin detectors of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), and resumed the search for ripples in the fabric of space and time known as gravitational waves:

“The last time scientists from the NSF-funded Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) searched for gravitational waves, they succeeded.

They detected gravitational waves from merging black holes 1.3 billion light-years away.

Researchers devoted more than 40 years to get to this point, and the National Science Foundation – I’m proud to say – was there all along the way, providing critical support to make this scientific achievement possible.

Today, that journey continues.

Already LIGO has exceeded our expectations, and, like most of the scientific world and beyond, I am excited to see what a more sensitive, upgraded LIGO will detect next.

“The significance of this expanding ‘window to the universe’ cannot be stressed enough, as it will illuminate the physics of merging black holes, neutron stars and other astronomical phenomena that cannot be reproduced in a laboratory setting.

The world waits with eager anticipation of what we will see and learn next, all because of the long-range vision and skills of hundreds of researchers around the world.”

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THE CORNER ROSES MAINTAIN THEIR VERY IMPORTANT PANTS COORDINATING WORK

GOOD TO SEE THE CORNER ROSES KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO DO A JOB EFFICIENTLY

POINTED STARE AT EVERY SINGLE PERSON IN THIS SCENE

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When black holes collide, the energy of the event generates intense gravitational waves. These waves were predicted by Einstein in his theories, but scientists have only recently been able to detect them experimentally. In this SciCafe, Barnard College professor and astronomer Janna Levin shares her scientific research on the first recordings of a gravitational wave from the collision of two black holes 1.3 billion years ago.

They say diabetes is an invisible disease. But it isn’t for the person living with it. Because we can see the bumps and bruises caused by injections and cannulas. We can see the holes and black dots on the tips of our fingers. We can see the way our skin pales when we have a hypo, and the way we look like crap when we have hyper’s. We see the brutal reality of our disease. So diabetes is not invisible. It’s incredibly prominate and obvious for the person living with it.
—  16 year old me
Sweater Weather || Remus Lupin x Reader

{summary: you were known to get cold very easily while spending your years studying at Hogwarts, and it seems as though someone else knows about your dislike for the cold as they leave you a sweater to help with keeping you warm one late evening.

but the question that constantly plagues your mind is this: just who left you this sweater?

little did you know, this incident would be the start of your story}

warnings: none

word count: 3,800+

**don’t repost/plagiarize this story**

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