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A girl who is intrigued, fascinated, and transfixed by pretty much everything.

youngjusticer:

The sequel to Man of Steel is one of the most awaited films. There’s a lot of inquisitiveness regarding the plot. However, the producers are making sure the storyline stays behind curtains. In this technological era, it’s not hard for inside details to surface. Alleged spoilers include a retired forty-year-old Bruce (plausible), Batman is an international legend (no doubt), the film starts seven years after the events of The Dark Knight Rises (highly questionable), Batman is rebuilding his city alongside Nightwing, and Wayne says he’s financing Batman (this can’t be connected to Chris Nolan’s Batman ‘cause Wayne’s dead?). Probably a bunch’a BS, if you ask me. Still unsure how they’ll fit WW…

The Saturday Morning Post, by Ruiz Burgos.


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burgerlords:

teach them young.

burgerlords:

teach them young.


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tierradentro:

Gustav Klimt's studio in Hietzing, Vienna, c.1918 and 2013 (after restoration).


fuckindiva:

Lena Hoschek AW 2014


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post-impressionisms:

I love art - no.47

Konstantin Razumov, Russian  (1860—1939).


I just want to fucking walk again why is that so difficult, Universe, you bastard. 


mucholderthen:

Study Serves Huge Blow to ‘Any Remaining Climate Change Deniers’ By Hannah Osborne April 14, 2014   International Business Times

Climate change deniers have been dealt a huge blow following the release of a study that says the natural warming hypothesis can be ruled out with 99% accuracy.
Scientists at McGill University, Montreal, have said they can say with overwhelming confidence that climate change is the result of man-made emissions. Published in the journal Climate Dynamics, the researchers analysed temperature data since 1500. Their findings almost completely rule out the possibility that global warming in the industrial era is a natural fluctuation in the planet’s climate.

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IMAGE: Scientists are seen during a study of Arctic sea ice in July 2011 Reuters/NASA

mucholderthen:

Study Serves Huge Blow to ‘Any Remaining Climate Change Deniers’
By Hannah Osborne April 14, 2014   International Business Times

Climate change deniers have been dealt a huge blow following the release of a study that says the natural warming hypothesis can be ruled out with 99% accuracy.

Scientists at McGill University, Montreal, have said they can say with overwhelming confidence that climate change is the result of man-made emissions. Published in the journal Climate Dynamics, the researchers analysed temperature data since 1500. Their findings almost completely rule out the possibility that global warming in the industrial era is a natural fluctuation in the planet’s climate.

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IMAGE: Scientists are seen during a study of Arctic sea ice in July 2011 Reuters/NASA


travelthisworld:

Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. 
photo submitted by marcelo ferrer @ grandmilodon.

travelthisworld:

Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.

photo submitted by marcelo ferrer @ grandmilodon.



asylum-art:

_Buste de femme de profil_  artist Georges Clairin

asylum-art:

_Buste de femme de profil_  artist Georges Clairin


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Bored, lonely and in need of a bubble bath



Sophie Turner - Vanidad Magazine - April 2014

Sophie Turner - Vanidad Magazine - April 2014


bulletproofjewels:

BPJs favourite royal portraits: [ 7 / 15 ] The Crown Prince and Princess of Prussia and Familyby Franz Xaver Winterhalter c. 1862

bulletproofjewels:

BPJs favourite royal portraits: [ 7 / 15 The Crown Prince and Princess of Prussia and Familyby Franz Xaver Winterhalter c. 1862


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