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5,883 notes | posted 6 hours ago via: medievalpoc | @theblackcollegian


So, hypothetically… if I could take a bunch of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) and read books at Barnes and Noble all day… and then be able to display my knowledge and understanding of the subject on an equal, if not higher, level than a college student… then, hypothetically… why is everyone paying for college again?

(Answer: Because a college degree isn’t about education, it’s a class marker. If we cared about everyone being educated, we would accredit free online courses and allow people to achieve intellectual growth and success without going into debt. But that’s not what college is for. I mean, yeah in college you can travel and learn from amazing professors and start your own anything and have access to facilities and resources and money, yeah, college is all that. And I’m not discrediting anyone who loves college but… college, at the end of the day is a business. College is just one more big way to perpetuate the system. But I say f**k the system, man.) #FreeEducationForAll #LearnRadically


Vanessa Newman (Washington, DC) - haikuology.tumblr.com


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#Well ain't this the truth

1,157 notes | posted 7 hours ago via: resurrection-rite | @givenclarity



'bros' right

he didn’t leave valinor to get lieutenant-zoned

*gross sobbing* 

1,996 notes | posted 8 hours ago via: ramblethrough | @beanclam


Super sketchy, but I’ll post these anyway. Getting in on the Sailor Moon redesign party. 

I’m going for the superhero/Gatchaman thing…

1,998 notes | posted 9 hours ago via: resurrection-rite | @electricspacekoolaid


Ancient Egyptians Used Meteorites For Jewelry

Open University (OU) and University of Manchester researchers wrote in the journal Meteoritics and Planetary Science that they found proof that ancient Egyptians used meteorites to make accessories.

In 1911, archaeologists dug up strings of iron beads at the Gerzeh cemetery, about 43 miles south of Cairo. The Gerzeh bead is the earliest discovered use of iron by the Egyptians, dating back from 3350 to 3600 BC. The bead was originally thought to be from a meteorite based on its composition of nickel-rich iron, but scientists challenged this theory back in the 1980s. However, the latest research places this theory back on top.

The scientists used a combination of electron microscope and X-ray CT scanner analyses to demonstrate that the nickel-rich chemical composition of the bead confirms its meteorite origins.

Philip Withers, a professor of materials science at University of Manchester, said meteorites have a unique microstructural and chemical fingerprint because they cooled incredibly slowly as they traveled through space. He said it was interesting to find that fingerprint in the Gerzeh bead.

“This research highlights the application of modern technology to ancient materials not only to understand meteorites better but also to help us understand what ancient cultures considered these materials to be and the importance they placed upon them,” said Open University Project Officer Diane Johnson, who led the study.

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177,804 notes | posted 10 hours ago via: korilian | @loosetoon




Early 70’s behind the scenes of Sesame Street with the Muppets.



#Can you tell me how to get #How to get to Sesame Street?

16,094 notes | posted 1 day ago via: theartofanimation | @theartofanimation


Jordan Grimmer

3,549 notes | posted 1 day ago via: korilian | @buckyxbarnes


mcu meme - 2/9 quotes; frigga.

It’s only because I worry over you that you have survived.

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#okay how about no #Frigga #Odin #;A;

128 notes | posted 1 day ago via: kimmsauce | @metalshell

I love Vikings!


I love Vikings!

410 notes | posted 1 day ago via: kimmsauce | @godfangs

You have your Odin and I have mine.

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#augh just kill me #we know how that story ends #;__; #Vikings

40,265 notes | posted 1 day ago via: ululationsss | @tastefullyoffensive

Who is this man? [x]


Who is this man? [x]