100 questions to invade my personal life
  • 1. What's your middle name, and do you like it?
  • 2. are you artistic?
  • 3. Have you had your first kiss?
  • 4. What is your life goal?
  • 5. Do you have any expieriences with a famous person?
  • 6. Do you play any sports?
  • 7. What's your worst fear?
  • 8. Who's your biggest inspiration?
  • 9. Do you have any cool talents?
  • 10. are you a morning person?
  • 11. How do you feel about pet names?
  • 12. Do you like to read?
  • 13. Name a list of shows that have changed your life.
  • 14. Do you care about your follower count?
  • 15. What's the best dream you've had?
  • 16. Have you ever kissed someone of your same gender?
  • 17. Do you have any pets?
  • 18. Are you religious?
  • 19. Are you a people person?
  • 20. Are you considered popular?
  • 21. What is one of your bad habits?
  • 22. What's something that makes you feel vulnerable
  • 23. What would you name your children?
  • 24. Who's your celebrity crush?
  • 25. What's your best subject?
  • 26. Dogs or cats?
  • 27. most used social media besides tumblr?
  • 28. best friends name
  • 29. who does your main family consist of
  • 30. Chocolate or sugar
  • 31. have you ever been on a date?
  • 32. Do you like rollercosters?
  • 33. Can you swim?
  • 34. What would you do in the event of an apocolypse?
  • 35. Have you struggled with any kind of mental disorder
  • 36. Are your parents together?
  • 37. What's your favourite colour?
  • 38. What country are you from/do you live in?
  • 39. Favourite singer?
  • 40. Do you see yourself being famous some day?
  • 41. Do you like dresses?
  • 42. Favourite song right now?
  • 43. Does talking about sex make you uncomfortable?
  • 44. How old were you when you first got your period?
  • 45. Have you ever shot a gun?
  • 46. Have you ever done yoga?
  • 47. Are you a horror girl?
  • 48. Are you good at giving advice?
  • 49. Tell us a story about your childhood.
  • 50. How are you doing today?
  • 51. Were you a cute kid?
  • 52. Can you dance?
  • 53. Is there anything you do that you can't remember ever not doing?
  • 54. Have you ever dyed your hair?
  • 55. What colour are your eyes?
  • 56. What's your favourite animal?
  • 57. Have you ever made a huge fool of yourself?
  • 58. Do you have a good relationship with your parents?
  • 59. Do you have good friends?
  • 60. Are you close with anyone of the lgbtq+ group?
  • 61. What's your favourite class?
  • 62. List all the tv shows you are watching.
  • 63. Are you organized?
  • 64. What was the last movie you saw? Opinion?
  • 67. Which tv character do you relate to most?
  • 68. What are some things that stand between you and complete happiness?
  • 69. If you received enough money to never need to work again, what would you spend your time doing?
  • 70. What would you change about your life if you knew you would never die?
  • 71. What would you do differently if you knew that no one was judging you?
  • 72. If you could start over, what would you do differently?
  • 73. Would you break the law to save a loved one?
  • 74. When was the last time you travelled somewhere new?
  • 75. When you think of your home, what immediately comes to mind?
  • 76. What have you done to pursue your dreams lately? How about today?
  • 77. What did you want to be when you were a kid?
  • 78. If you dropped everything to pursue your dreams, what would you be risking?
  • 79.When did you not speak up, when you know you really should have?
  • 80. Describe the next five years of your life, and your plans, in a single sentence
  • 81. What would happen if you never wasted another minute of your life, what would that look like?
  • 82. If you could live forever, how would you spend eternity?
  • 83. How would you spend a billion dollars?
  • 84. If you could time travel, would you go to the past or the future?
  • 85. What motivates you to succeed?
  • 86. What dream that you’ve had has resonated with you the most?
  • 87. Would you rather live in the city or the woods? Why?
  • 88. Do you believe in life after death
  • 89. What teacher inspired you the most? How did they?
  • 90. What’s your fondest childhood memory?
  • 91. If you could have dinner with any one person, living or dead, who would they be and why?
  • 92. What would you have to see to cry tears of joy?
  • 93. What is the hardest lesson you had to learn in life?
  • 94. What do you think happens after we die?
  • 95. What would you do if you would be invisible?
  • 96. What's something you can't do no matter how hard you try?
  • 97. Would you want to choose the sex and appearance of your offspring?
  • 98. How did your first crush develop?
  • 99. Is there a feeling you are trying to ignore? What is it?
  • 100. Do you live or do you just exist?
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  1. Oxford University Museum of Natural History via Wikimedia Commons
  2. Oxford University Museum of Natural History via Wikimedia Commons

Women In Science - The Ancients

Aglaonike, 1st-2nd century Greece, Astronomer

People believed she was a sorceress for her ability to “cause the moon to disappear” - to predict lunar eclipses. 

Mary The Jewess, 1st-3rd century Europe, Alchemist/Inventor

The first “true alchemist” of the Western world is credited with inventing various apparatuses to distill, collect, and refine chemicals. She may have discovered hydrochloric acid. 

Merit-Ptah, 2700 BcE Egypt, Physician

She may be the first named woman in science. In ancient Egypt, she held the title of “Chief Physician” and her likeness is painted in the Valley of Kings.

Hypatia, 3rd-4th century Byzantium, Mathematician/Astronomer 

The head of a Neoplatonic school at Alexandria, she “made such attainments in literature and science, as to far surpass all the philosophers of her own time.” She was caught between a feud between two prominent leaders and murdered by a Christian mob. 

Agnodice, 4th century BCE Athens, Physician/Midwife

Athenian leaders banned women from working in medicine after discovering midwives were being performing abortions. She cut her hair to continue her practice and later left for Egypt to continue her training. 

Do you see the how the flower unfolds its petals perfectly?
Do you see how all the universe unfolds itself into everything we see in spirit and body, into all we feel in the ether and the physical?
Always unfolding and sharing its beauty,
mirroring from one form of itself to another its delightful dance of eternal and ever expanding creation.
—  Aurora’s musings

Cuando alguien pregunta para qué sirve la filosofía, la respuesta debe ser agresiva ya que la pregunta se tiene por irónica y mordaz. La filosofía no sirve al Estado, ni a la Iglesia, que tienen otras preocupaciones. No sirve a ningún poder establecido. La filosofía sirve para entristecer. Una filosofía que no entristece o no contraría a nadie no es una filosofía.
Sirve para detestar la estupidez, hace de la estupidez una cosa vergonzosa. Sólo tiene un uso: denunciar la bajeza en todas sus formas. ¿Existe alguna disciplina, fuera de la de filosofía, que se proponga la crítica de todas las mistificaciones, sea cual sea su origen y su fin?Denunciar todas las ficciones sin las que las fuerzas reactivas no podrían prevalecer. Denunciar en la mistificación esta mezcla de bajeza y estupidez que forma también la asombrosa complicidad de las victimas y de los autores. En fin, hacer del pensamiento algo agresivo, activo, afirmativo. Hacer hombres libres, es decir, hombres que no confunden los fines de la cultura con el provecho del Estado, la moral, y la religión. Combatir el resentimiento, la mala conciencia, que ocupan el lugar del pensamiento. Vencer lo negativo y sus falsos prestigios ¿Quién, a excepción de la filosofía, se interesa por todo esto?

La filosofía como crítica nos dice lo más positivo de sí misma: empresa de desmitificación. Y, a este respecto, que nadie se atreva a proclamar el fracaso de la filosofía. Por muy grandes que sean la estupidez y la bajeza serían aún mayores si no subsistiera un poco de filosofía que, en cada época, les impide ir todo lo lejos que quisieran… pero ¿quién a excepción de la filosofía se lo prohibe?

¿Qué es la filosofía? - Gilles Deleuze