our cause

So like, is anyone gonna bring up the fact that Revolver does the ‘list three things’ that Yusaku does too? Like that can’t be a coincidence. So did they know each other before the incident? Like maybe Revolver did it first and Yusaku just kinda followed his stead and he does it too? Or did both look up to someone (the person that gave Yusaku courage) who did that and they both developed the habit from them?

anonymous asked:

I came into yearbook class one day and there was a weird mess of tape and paper and sharpie scribbles on the wall. No one really gave it much thought and just assumed that it was some abstract art piece or something cause our teacher is totally that type. Well some kid asked what it was and she was like "oh in drama class we taped a girl to the wall". Shit happens in drama, man.

No kidding

&& uhhh so let me see if i got this right

is that everybody???


this is what an IT couple looks like… imagine not stanning the WLW DCTV power couple of the decade can’t relate cause our asses are on these ladies they sure are

I’ve been having some emotional conversations with K2 lately and I saw all of those people doing letters to their companions so I figured that might be good for me to do right now. So I guess, here’s my letter to K2

Dear K2,

Please get rid of your stupid hat/crown thing. It’s really ugly and just doesn’t match your outfit. I mean I know I’m the one who designed it but I was like a dumbass twelve-year-old who watched too much anime at the time. It just doesn’t work, I cringe every time I think about it. Please take it off and never wear it again. Better yet, burn it.


Me xoxoxoxoxo   

anonymous asked:

Is it possible to be a bi girl but only ever liked guys

Of course. Being bi means that you are attracted to both girl and boy, the fact that until now, you only fell for men doesn’t make you any less bisexual than if you had fell for both.

Don’t pressure yourself too much, though. Sometimes, bisexual people are mainly attracted to the opposite gender at the beginning of their self research because of internalized homophobia caused by our society. That’s why you shouldn’t pressure yourself to fell for women, give you time and if, in the end, you realize that you just weren’t bisexual but straight then it’s okay too.


I experimented with Maya >w< 

I thought I could create a solar system other than our own one. Cause I think our solar system has only been remodelled about a million times xD

/Plus no one can tell me I’ve modelled it wrong if it’s not ours lol/

all of my willpower right now is working to stopping myself from posting on twitter about how upset i am that i wasn’t invited to play dnd with my friends after we stopped playing our original campaign cause they keep posting about it and i’m Sad. i can post here about it because none of them use this site anymore. except rob. sorry rob if you see this 

Neutron Stars Are Weird!

There, we came right out and said it. They can’t help it; it’s just what happens when you have a star that’s heavier than our sun but as small as a city. Neutron stars give us access to crazy conditions that we can’t study directly on Earth.

Here are five facts about neutron stars that show sometimes they are stranger than science fiction!

1. Neutron stars start their lives with a bang

When a star bigger and more massive than our sun runs out of fuel at the end of its life, its core collapses while the outer layers are blown off in a supernova explosion. What is left behind depends on the mass of the original star. If it’s roughly 7 to 19 times the mass of our sun, we are left with a neutron star. If it started with more than 20 times the mass of our sun, it becomes a black hole.

2. Neutron stars contain the densest material that we can directly observe

While neutron stars’ dark cousins, black holes, might get all the attention, neutron stars are actually the densest material that we can directly observe. Black holes are hidden by their event horizon, so we can’t see what’s going on inside. However, neutron stars don’t have such shielding. To get an idea of how dense they are, one sugar cube of neutron star material would weigh about 1 trillion kilograms (or 1 billion tons) on Earth—about as much as a mountain. That is what happens when you cram a star with up to twice the mass of our sun into a sphere the diameter of a city.

3. Neutron stars can spin as fast as blender blades

Some neutron stars, called pulsars, emit streams of light that we see as flashes because the beams of light sweep in and out of our vision as the star rotates. The fastest known pulsar, named PSR J1748-2446ad, spins 43,000 times every minute. That’s twice as fast as the typical household blender! Over weeks, months or longer, pulsars pulse with more accuracy than an atomic clock, which excites astronomers about the possible applications of measuring the timing of these pulses.

4. Neutron stars are the strongest known magnets

Like many objects in space, including Earth, neutron stars have a magnetic field. While all known neutron stars have magnetic fields billions and trillions of times stronger than Earth’s, a type of neutron star known as a magnetar can have a magnetic field another thousand times stronger. These intense magnetic forces can cause starquakes on the surface of a magnetar, rupturing the star’s crust and producing brilliant flashes of gamma rays so powerful that they have been known to travel thousands of light-years across our Milky Way galaxy, causing measurable changes to Earth’s upper atmosphere.

5. Neutron stars’ pulses were originally thought to be possible alien signals

Beep. Beep. Beep. The discovery of pulsars began with a mystery in 1967 when astronomers picked up very regular radio flashes but couldn’t figure out what was causing them. The early researchers toyed briefly with the idea that it could be a signal from an alien civilization, an explanation that was discarded but lingered in their nickname for the original object—LGM-1, a nod to the “little green men” (it was later renamed PSR B1919+21). Of course, now scientists understand that pulsars are spinning neutron stars sending out light across a broad range of wavelengths that we detect as very regular pulses – but the first detections threw observers for a loop.

The Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer (NICER) payload that is soon heading to the International Space Station will give astronomers more insight into neutron stars—helping us determine what is under the surface. Also, onboard NICER, the Station Explorer for X-ray Timing and Navigation Technology (SEXTANT) experiment will test the use of pulsars as navigation beacons in space.

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Madness is over ok yes

Well I’m gonna stop here because I have a very bad headache now haha.

I wanted to thank you guys for this evening, and apologize for the spam as well. I’ve been working non stop for months and I’ve only done a few paintings for studies, and I can’t seem to manage to draw much for myself lately so this had been a very nice stress relief. You guys are reaally funny and cute and I just loved interacting like this tonight. <3

Much kisses to you sweeties / //v// /

Originally posted by jakei95


@randegerber: Greatest night watching our boy @harrystyles kill it at the troubadour.