At the Heart of Suggestions lies

x-to-y:

6:33am, 6:33pm.

hetaliangonewild:

wait till the end

graciousshadows:

ruinedchildhood:

Here’s a gif of Bill Nye eating a twinkie.

I never knew that i needed this in my life.

graciousshadows:

ruinedchildhood:

Here’s a gif of Bill Nye eating a twinkie.

I never knew that i needed this in my life.

Now, what’s the difference between an invisible, incorporeal, floating dragon who spits heatless fire and no dragon at all? If there’s no way to disprove my contention, no conceivable experiment that would count against it, what does it mean to say that my dragon exists? Your inability to invalidate my hypothesis is not at all the same thing as proving it true. Claims that cannot be tested, assertions immune to disproof are veridically worthless, whatever value they may have in inspiring us or in exciting our sense of wonder. What I’m asking you to do comes down to believing, in the absence of evidence, on my say-so.
Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark (via thedragoninmygarage)

Pale Blue Dot / [x]

Fears in modern-city dwellers protect us from dangers that no longer exist, and fail to protect us from dangers in the world around us. We ought to be afraid of guns, driving fast, driving without a seatbelt, lighter fluid, and hair dryers near bathtubs, not of snakes and spiders. Public safety officials try to strike fear in the hearts of citizens using everything from statistics to shocking photographs, usually to no avail. Parents scream and punish to deter their children from playing with matches or chasing a ball into the street, but when Chicago schoolchildren were asked what they were most afraid of, they cited lions, tigers and snakes, unlikely hazards in the Windy City
Stephen Pinker, “How The Mind Works” (via thedragoninmygarage)
jackthevulture:

nefertsukia:

evilton:

 

thebrookeofdragons:

avannak:

dragontameroutoftime:

leg

Hiccup grew an entire foot in five years
He still has a neck
He keeps his duds in his kneecaps
Hiccup doesn’t like the braids <3

“he tolerates it because she’s his girlfriend”


"Hiccup grew an entire foot in five years"
Well I’m not seeing it.


looks like he lost one foot but gained another… equivalent exchange?

IM CHOKING ON MY CEREAL

jackthevulture:

nefertsukia:

evilton:

 

thebrookeofdragons:

avannak:

dragontameroutoftime:

leg

  • Hiccup grew an entire foot in five years
  • He still has a neck
  • He keeps his duds in his kneecaps
  • Hiccup doesn’t like the braids <3

he tolerates it because she’s his girlfriend”

"Hiccup grew an entire foot in five years"

Well I’m not seeing it.

looks like he lost one foot but gained another… equivalent exchange?

IM CHOKING ON MY CEREAL

sixpenceee:

inverted-typo:

This is actually a test showing how sponges pump water through themselves for filter feeding!
They simply colored the water around them so you could easily see the process.