shit i find on tumblr

  1. tangledaxon:

    staceythinx:

    Orbital Mechanics by Tatiana Plakhova 

    This is breathtaking.

  2. andthatsterrible:

Joker is waiting for a response to his application to the Ministry of Silly Walks.

    andthatsterrible:

    Joker is waiting for a response to his application to the Ministry of Silly Walks.

  3. nentuaby:

    shanology:

    zombikki:

    WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO ME

    … where does Miles come into the tags here?

    Mark.

    (Source: iwouldfookthat)

  4. shanology:

    zombikki:

    WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS TO ME

    (Source: iwouldfookthat)

  5. cryptofwrestling:

A genuine Richard Nixon campaign button from 1972

    cryptofwrestling:

    A genuine Richard Nixon campaign button from 1972

  6. mrbiggsproductions:

supernatural-who-lock:

shadows-of-a-fallen-angel:

fully-baked:

This nigga just copped a super Mario star he invincible af nah but forreal tho somebody explain this

Metallic silver coating, does rainbow effect thing when passing lights

thank you car side of tumblr

that is THE most ostentatious shit ever but I still feel like I need it immensely

    mrbiggsproductions:

    supernatural-who-lock:

    shadows-of-a-fallen-angel:

    fully-baked:

    This nigga just copped a super Mario star he invincible af
     nah but forreal tho somebody explain this

    Metallic silver coating, does rainbow effect thing when passing lights

    thank you car side of tumblr

    that is THE most ostentatious shit ever but I still feel like I need it immensely

    (Source: mrcheyl)

  7. comparativelysuperlative:

    My textbook just mentioned a case where it became legally relevant that a construction job could not possibly be accomplished in less than a year.

    My reaction: “Last time I read that, it ended with Loki seducing a horse.”

  8. I want to do an empiricism. Can some people try out this speed-reading device and let me know the results?

    comparativelysuperlative:

    Spritz is an app to help you read Internet text faster. You tell it how many words per minute you want to read, and it flashes them one at a time in conveniently large text. The idea is that it saves time because all you’re doing is looking at the words and not tracking along the page. From their website you can get a button (They call it Spritzlet) that goes on your bookmarks bar so you can activate it with a single click. It’s super simple.

    Pros:
    +Big text and no scrolling make it easier to read at a given rate.
    +You feel like you’re a cyborg super-reader.
    +You are a cyborg super-reader.

    Cons:
    —Doesn’t show italics.
    —Going back to reread a line is no longer trivial.
    —Can’t read most pdfs.
    —Don’t even try using it on forum threads.
    —Showing one word at a time makes it sound like your internal monologue is doing a robot voice.

    Wait, what am I talking about?
    Pros:
    +Showing one word at a time makes it sound like your internal monologue is doing a robot voice.

    What I’m asking you to do:
    Get the Spritzlet button here. (“Get” here means “click and drag.” They made it easy.) Next time you’re reading something that you won’t mind rereading, read it with Spritzlet first. Tell me how long it takes both times. And if you feel like saying, the wpm you set. Use Spritzlet second the next time, and the more trials the better.


    (If you find this interesting but don’t want to do it yourself, it could use a signal boost in the interests of actually getting results.)

    reblogging half because the question is interesting and half for those tags