APPLESAUCY.

SINFULLY DELICTABLE.

IDGAF, BYE.
standwithpalestine:

I don’t want to live any more. 
Israel is a terrorist state.

standwithpalestine:

I don’t want to live any more. 

Israel is a terrorist state.

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soul-assassins:

kiiingmando:

killafornia-xo:

vrawdopest:

kiiingmando:

neatpotatoes:

where is the lie

This is so embarrassing to Mexican’s everywhere

my niggas kiiingmando and soul-assassins are in there somewhere 

^ hahahaha kiiingmando

This the vrawdopest fan club, they’re waiting for him to make some Chris brown and Tyga posts

😂😂😂😭 Bruhhhh

soul-assassins:

kiiingmando:

killafornia-xo:

vrawdopest:

kiiingmando:

neatpotatoes:

where is the lie

This is so embarrassing to Mexican’s everywhere

my niggas kiiingmando and soul-assassins are in there somewhere

^ hahahaha kiiingmando
This the vrawdopest fan club, they’re waiting for him to make some Chris brown and Tyga posts

😂😂😂😭 Bruhhhh

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heyfunniest:

Dogs.

profoak:

flawlessvevo:

Oh my god. 

AFSFAS THIS IS OS FUNNY

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offsetshawty:

Shouts out all my niggas that think mouthwash yields the same results as brushing your tongue y’all keep ya head up

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afro-dominicano:

World’s Biggest Laser Blasts Diamond to Simulate Planet Cores


  The biggest laser in the world was used to crush a diamond, offering insights into how the hardest known material behaves when it is exposed to extremely high pressures. The experiment could also reveal new clues about what happens at the cores of giant planets, where conditions of intense atmospheric pressures exist.
  
  Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California, led by physicist Raymond Smith, blasted a sliver of diamond with a laser beam at a pressure of 725 million pounds per square inch (51 million kilograms per square centimeter). This is the kind of pressure found near the core of giant planets, such as Jupiter or huge, rocky bodies known as “super-Earths.”
  
  The entire experiment took only 25 billionths of a second. The researchers fired 176 laser beams at a small cylinder of gold, called a hohlraum, with a tiny chip of synthetic diamond embedded in it. When the laser beams hit the cylinder, the energy was converted to X-rays. The hohlraum was vaporized, and in the process, the diamond was exposed to pressures tens of millions of times Earth’s atmospheric pressure.
  
  Theoretical calculations predicted that such high pressures should cause a diamond to change its crystal structure. One way to test if this is true is to measure the speed of sound waves in a material. If this speed changes abruptly as the pressure goes up, then the diamond structure has rearranged itself.
  
  But that didn’t happen — the velocity of sound waves changed smoothly.
  
  "If there was a phase transformation you’d expect a discontinuity," Smith said.
  
  The rate of change in the diamond’s density also didn’t match up with earlier theoretical models. Materials typically become denser at high pressures, and diamond is no exception. But how fast its density changed was a surprise, the researchers said.
  
  The experiment was a breakthrough, in that instead of smacking the diamond with high pressure in a stepwise fashion, such as hitting it with successively heavier hammers, the researchers were able to boost the pressure smoothly. This enabled them to crush the diamond and expose it to intense pressure without the substance becoming too hot and melting. (Diamonds can and do melt at sufficiently high temperatures).
  
  Since diamonds are made of carbon, understanding how this material behaves at high pressures can be important in the study of planets around other stars, said Nikku (Madhu) Madhusudhan, a professor of astrophysics at the University of Cambridge.

afro-dominicano:

World’s Biggest Laser Blasts Diamond to Simulate Planet Cores

The biggest laser in the world was used to crush a diamond, offering insights into how the hardest known material behaves when it is exposed to extremely high pressures. The experiment could also reveal new clues about what happens at the cores of giant planets, where conditions of intense atmospheric pressures exist.

Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California, led by physicist Raymond Smith, blasted a sliver of diamond with a laser beam at a pressure of 725 million pounds per square inch (51 million kilograms per square centimeter). This is the kind of pressure found near the core of giant planets, such as Jupiter or huge, rocky bodies known as “super-Earths.”

The entire experiment took only 25 billionths of a second. The researchers fired 176 laser beams at a small cylinder of gold, called a hohlraum, with a tiny chip of synthetic diamond embedded in it. When the laser beams hit the cylinder, the energy was converted to X-rays. The hohlraum was vaporized, and in the process, the diamond was exposed to pressures tens of millions of times Earth’s atmospheric pressure.

Theoretical calculations predicted that such high pressures should cause a diamond to change its crystal structure. One way to test if this is true is to measure the speed of sound waves in a material. If this speed changes abruptly as the pressure goes up, then the diamond structure has rearranged itself.

But that didn’t happen — the velocity of sound waves changed smoothly.

"If there was a phase transformation you’d expect a discontinuity," Smith said.

The rate of change in the diamond’s density also didn’t match up with earlier theoretical models. Materials typically become denser at high pressures, and diamond is no exception. But how fast its density changed was a surprise, the researchers said.

The experiment was a breakthrough, in that instead of smacking the diamond with high pressure in a stepwise fashion, such as hitting it with successively heavier hammers, the researchers were able to boost the pressure smoothly. This enabled them to crush the diamond and expose it to intense pressure without the substance becoming too hot and melting. (Diamonds can and do melt at sufficiently high temperatures).

Since diamonds are made of carbon, understanding how this material behaves at high pressures can be important in the study of planets around other stars, said Nikku (Madhu) Madhusudhan, a professor of astrophysics at the University of Cambridge.

armaniblanco:

Iconic Moment

armaniblanco:

Iconic Moment

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seavnteen:

truest shit ever spoken

seavnteen:

truest shit ever spoken

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auto-zaography:

globalpoetics:

If you’re interested in knowing how racist white people are in this country, just ask any one of them to talk about korea and what they think of korea. and without fail, they’ll be extremely blunt with you and precisely show you how racist they are.

i have sincerely never seen before how white people feel so truly free to express their violent racism and white supremacist thought and attitudes.

You know I’ve decided not to be surprised by stuff like this anymore but I still have to smh

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l20music:

gentlejenimi:

bitchcraftandwiggatry:

"racism is dead"

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"you keep it alive by talking about it"

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"white people go to jail too"

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"everything isn’t always about race"

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"we don’t know the whole story"

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"why do you always have to bring up (reality)?"

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"martin luther king—"

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Best gif reactions ever

This post is fucking GOLD!

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tashabilities:

bitteroreo:

the-goddamazon:

bitteroreo:

askaboutnikki:

"White girls like you. Creepin up, takin our men. The whole world aint enough, you gotta conquer ours too"

- Nikki played by Bianca Lawson (Save The Last Dance 2001) 

It really says something that in this movie they decided to make the Black Woman pointing out the white girl’s privilege, be the villain.

Yup. She was the villain and we were supposed to sympathize with the poor lone white girl who was just trying to ‘fit in’.

They actually pull this twice in the film because Kerry Washington’s character (Derek’s sister) speaks and defends Nikki, telling her that yes, you are a white girl, and your privilege gives you the benefit of pretending to be black, and then they vilify her too.

But honestly this movie was some bullshit, because they made Nikki out to be bitter, only to have the lone white girl stand up for herself against the mean black girl. But hold up, because Fredro Starr’s character tells her the same shit, only more blunt, less polite, and less profound “You’re like milk and he’s like oil you just don’t mix.”…but no one says shit to him doe.

Let’s talk about how she got into Julliard because she learned some cool black dances like the “Heel Toe” for example. I don’t see the Bianca’s in the world getting Julliard scholarships for doing moves that been apart of the Black Community since ever. I mean the reasons we’re given to sympathize with Julia Childs character is some side eye worthy shit.

She’s from working class, living with a single parent, loss a parent in an crucial time in her life. Like I’m sure a good chunk of those Black kids living in Chicago, experience the same shit, but loner white girl is the “special snowflake” doe.

COMMENTARY.

Also, when was the last time we saw Bianca Lawson

She workin?

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saturnineaqua:

pussylipgloss:

lspeacelynn:

pussylipgloss:

lspeacelynn:

I took my dreadlocks out. I only had them for 6 months, but I had to take them out because of the tension they were causing on my scalp. The pictures on the left were taken two months ago and the pictures on the right were taken yesterday. I got about 4 inches cut off, but other than that my hair is in great shape. Although I loved my dreads, I’m happy to have my straight hair back. I am so very thankful for all the things I learned on my self journey. Still plan to continue my healthy/self rewarding lifestyle. ♡

you can still not wear shoes and go outside and eat grass with your lifeless dingy straight hair and call it a ‘healthy/self rewarding lifestyle’ 

You clearly have no idea what I am talking about when I talk about my personal journey. It has nothing to do with eating grass and not wearing shoes. Don’t be so ignorant.

nothing about your hair contributes anything positive, its actually offensive and appropriating that some basic ass white girl can just dread her boring ass hair up and call it a journey after 6 months. my mom spent 7 or so years growing her locs down to her butt and she cant just take them out, thats a journey so take your kashi granola and mini wheats and put them in your ass tbh  

and then when other white people see her filthy smelly “dreads”, they use that as a reason to harass black people with locs.there are white people that cant wash their hair because their “dread locks will come out” so they walk around filthy like this, and then when white people see my mom, their all “oh, wait, why dont yours stink? i was at burning man, and everyones dreadlocks stank! me like WEEEED!”
and ugh.
you’re so sad, and frustrating.

saturnineaqua:

pussylipgloss:

lspeacelynn:

pussylipgloss:

lspeacelynn:

I took my dreadlocks out. I only had them for 6 months, but I had to take them out because of the tension they were causing on my scalp. The pictures on the left were taken two months ago and the pictures on the right were taken yesterday. I got about 4 inches cut off, but other than that my hair is in great shape. Although I loved my dreads, I’m happy to have my straight hair back. I am so very thankful for all the things I learned on my self journey. Still plan to continue my healthy/self rewarding lifestyle. ♡

you can still not wear shoes and go outside and eat grass with your lifeless dingy straight hair and call it a ‘healthy/self rewarding lifestyle’ 

You clearly have no idea what I am talking about when I talk about my personal journey. It has nothing to do with eating grass and not wearing shoes. Don’t be so ignorant.

nothing about your hair contributes anything positive, its actually offensive and appropriating that some basic ass white girl can just dread her boring ass hair up and call it a journey after 6 months. my mom spent 7 or so years growing her locs down to her butt and she cant just take them out, thats a journey so take your kashi granola and mini wheats and put them in your ass tbh  

and then when other white people see her filthy smelly “dreads”, they use that as a reason to harass black people with locs.there are white people that cant wash their hair because their “dread locks will come out” so they walk around filthy like this, and then when white people see my mom, their all “oh, wait, why dont yours stink? i was at burning man, and everyones dreadlocks stank! me like WEEEED!”

and ugh.

you’re so sad, and frustrating.

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