rationing

Why Jemma will react badly?because she’s most likely suffering from PTSD. She’s been on the verge of a breakdown all through S2A. I had a conversation about that with the bf while watching and he’s not super into it and obsessing, just a casual viewer but he mentionned how Simmons was ALWAYS on the verge of tears and how in every scene, her eyes are brimming with them and how she hasn’t processed anything yet and people are throwing her under the bus. 

Of fuckin course she’s going to react badly, because Skye was a stable element from before. Before HYDRA, before Ward, before the pod, before the undercover, just… before.

And now Skye has abilities and Trip, the one person who still treated her like a normal person and was always kind to her, her reponsability, as Coulson had said once, is dead

There is a point where a person just cannot deal anymore.

Jemma reached hers. 

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What you are viewing in each of the above videos is a solid 3D printed sculpture spinning at 550 RPMs while being videotaped at 24 frames-per-second with a very fast shutter speed (1/2000 sec). The rotation speed is carefully synchronized to the camera’s frame rate so that one frame of video is captured every time the sculpture turns ~137.5º—the golden angle*. Each petal on the sculpture is placed at a unique distance from the top-center of the form. If you follow what appears to be a single petal as it works its way out and down the sculpture, what you are actually seeing is all the petals on the sculpture in the order of their respective distances from the top-center. Read on to learn more about how these were made, and why the golden angle is such an important angle.

*Note: the exact value for the golden angle is irrational. Here it is to five decimal places: 137.50776º

© edmark, 2014

http://www.instructables.com/id/Blooming-Zoetrope-Sculptures/

https://www.youtube.com/user/johnedmark/videos

Tips for Identifying NT Women

General:

  • Don’t usually match the gender role/societal expectation of women
  • Often enjoy intellectual debate and research
  • Something often seems  bit off; they may be cold, naive, eccentric, or argumentative
  • xNTPs usually like Portal 2, use lots of parenthesis, and have a philosophical approach to life
  • xNTJs are known for their death glare/BRF, are more direct, and seem scientific or even clinical

ENTP:

  • often loud/opinionated, seem to know something about everything
  • all opinions must be backed up by logic
  • usually have decent, if unconventional, social skills
  • quick-witted, rapid-fire comebacks and banter are their thing
  • have tons of ideas and have trouble sticking to one

INTP:

  • sometimes perceived as vacant, dreamy, childlike, or clueless
  • zero tolerance for logical inconsistencies. zero
  • probably socially awkward
  • surprising acid wit and profound remarks just, like, out of the blue
  • weirdly extensive knowledge of pointless trivia

ENTJ:

  • extremely driven, has plans and backup plans to reach their goals
  • they want facts/proof/evidence of everything
  • efficient and no nonsense, they get things done
  • sometimes perceived as bitchy or cold
  • they want things to be factually true but also to have meaning

INTJ: 

  • sadly, often seems judgy and/or insensitive without trying
  • often the least willing to conform, except out of convenience
  • concise, direct, and easy to understand
  • you know where you stand with them, they don’t play games
  • highly individualistic

(this is mostly based on personal experience so let me know if anything is incorrect)

Historically, ‘irrational’ has been a term primarily used by white, middle-class men to demean and shut down discussions had by non-white people. For centuries, men were rational, women were irrational. I mean, let’s face it, who knows how women really think, right? Turns out they think using precisely the same brain structure as other humans, what with them being human and all, and the difference in decision making largely stems from a difference of inputs. Those inputs (their lived experience) being something that men don’t typically have access to, then produce different outputs, or choices. There’s no ‘irrationality’ here, just a different decision process.
There's no rational argument against veganism

If you write a list of the pros and cons to eating animals, you’ll find that pretty much the only thing you’ll have in the pros column is taste. In the cons column you’ll find a long list of ethical, environmental and health reasons to avoid animal products. But people ignore all of these facts in favour if the one measly pro: taste.

Highly irrational.

"What an astonishing thing a book is. It’s a flat object made from a tree with flexible parts on which are imprinted lots of funny dark squiggles. But one glance at it and you’re inside the mind of another person, maybe somebody dead for thousands of years. Across the millennia, an author is speaking clearly and silently inside your head, directly to you. Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding together people who never knew each other, citizens of distant epochs. Books break the shackles of time. A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic." - Carl Sagan