to the other planets

Some Nerd: You see, we humans communicate with each other not only through verbal sounds, but also using signals with our body, especially our hands. For example, when I raise my arm like this and wave it back and forth…

Alien: Dude, we’ve been observing your planet for decades. We know about fucking waving, you asshole.

Some Nerd: Oh. I’m sorry, I thought…

Alien: Can you tell us why some humans live in excessive luxury while others live in poverty despite you all sharing the same planet, and have had the technology to transport goods across oceans for over a century?

Some Nerd: Eh….

Alien: Didn’t think so, numbnuts.

A little gift for my dear Bat, @ask-planet-flower-vmin because she deserves more love and adoration and she does a great job for us <3 Plus she’s a wonderful friend and I just wanted to give her love so here’s Gryff Jin and little Vmin.

Also, this is the product of my long-ass stream, thank you to everyone who stopped by and encouraged me throughout the 4 hours lmao <3

-Kaela

anonymous asked:

Voltron S3 prediction: SHIRO IS ALIVE AND NOTHING EVER THAT HEART ATTACK CAUSING EVER HAPPENS AGAIN. (Seriously pls let Space dad be okay.)

the rest of the series is just Fun Paladin Shenanigans and nice vacation trips to other planets sdfghk

anonymous asked:

So since it's been confirmed that Mon El is the Prince of Daxam, I had a thought. Kara was one of the aristocrats and she mentioned before that she's been on other planets. Are we meant to believe that a prince, a party douchebag never visited other planets/cultures? Bullshit. He has been exposed to other cultures, the ones where they didn't have slavery, and yet he still stayed complacent about what was happening in his world. Why? Because he didn't want to change anything.

Daxamites didn’t live in a bubble, especially not the prince. Playing this whole thing like he was innocent and a victim of his upbringing is incredibly dumb and forced. 

I’ve grown up a lot in the past year and it’s… incredible. I used to be so scared of what growing up meant, having responsibilities, but caring so much abt myself and other people really helps me push through the fear and anxiety. If u have those kinds of problems, i suggest focusing on how much u care abt urself or someone else, or a lot of other ppl like everyone on this planet! Or the people in your community. And letting that care and concern fill u and motivate u to act. It helps me

23 Black Female Scientists Who Changed The Damn World

Okay so prior to Alice, people had known for hundreds of years that a potential treatment to leprosy existed in the form of something called Chaulmoogra oil. It was too thick to effectively circulate through the body, but Alice Ball, science prodigy and chemist extraordinaire, was the one who FINALLY figured how to turn it into a working treatment. It’s thanks to her that a leprosy crisis was avoided in the early 1900s. Bless you, Alice.

Stay with me for a second because this is actual rocket science. Centaur is a second-stage rocket launcher: the workhorse of the rocket world used to propel countless probes and satellites into space. It’s been invaluable to NASA since its creation, first allowing the U.S. to catch up to the Soviet Union during the space race, and eventually propelling spacecrafts to land on the moon and fly by other planets in the solar system.

So yes: Annie Easley helped DO that. She also contributed energy research to power plants and electronic batteries, which enabled the creation of hybrid vehicles. Go ahead and thank Annie for those, too.

Prior to Jeanne, the impact of discrimination and its accompanying stress factors were rarely explored or acknowledged in relationship to health. She also researched the impact of racism on childhood development and ways to approach therapy that addressed the needs of people of color. And Jeanne broke a ton of ground for black psychologists through her roles in academia and her publications.

Jewel researched ways to alter cell growth AND experimented with growing human tumor tissue outside of the human body to use for cancer treatment tests (instead of testing on living people). As if that wasn’t enough, she also helped to form the National Science Foundation’s Committee on Women and Minorities in Science.

The chair of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission monitors the byproduct of nuclear reactors, so it’s a pretty big deal. Shirley also served on a bunch of advisory boards for international security and energy, AND she was the first black woman to get a Ph.D from MIT.

See the full list:

23 Black Female Scientists Who Changed The Damn World

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The Beatles + Planets: Paul/The Sun

Apollo, the god of the sun represents the ego, our conscious minds, our life purpose, and self-realization. The Sun is likely to be purposeful, creative, proud, confident, content, friendly, and positive, but they can sometimes be haughty, overly willful, selfish, and judgmental. 

 “ I don’t work at being ordinary.” - Paul McCartney 

[John] [George] [Ringo]