I'm 20 and study biochemistry. I believe that the existence of humans is generally unethical for both ourselves and our surroundings. Ideally, I would be a misanthropist, but I have ironically fallen back on Humanism. My blog consists primarily of posts involving art, atheism, politics, science, and occasionally humor. Anything that makes me think. Enjoy.

 

skunkbear:

ICYMI! A rather shaky time lapse of last night’s blood moon taken from NASA’s live feed (recorded at the Griffith Observatory in LA).
And … for good measure - this now-irrelevant but still-ridiculous song:

skunkbear:

ICYMI! A rather shaky time lapse of last night’s blood moon taken from NASA’s live feed (recorded at the Griffith Observatory in LA).

And … for good measure - this now-irrelevant but still-ridiculous song:

blacktionbronson:

striboga:

sonder-x:

sssummertime-sadness:

sizvideos:

Watch the video of this incredible advert

speechless

so fucking sad

Just shows me that people love to bitch, but they don’t like to really do anything about what they’re bitching about.

Its really sad.

WHERE IS THE LIE

lolbatty:

i literally cannot decide if this is negative propaganda or not lol

lolbatty:

i literally cannot decide if this is negative propaganda or not lol

(Source: chabeonsky)

Usually the difference between an acclaimed critical darling and a mere movie is that the former seems IMPORTANT. For example, if you make a nice romantic comedy about a pair of quirky people training for a dance competition, you’ve just made a movie (specifically, ‘Dirty Dancing’). But if the ‘quirk’ of the main characters is bipolar disorder, you’ve got ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ and a truckload of awards to go with it. See, because now it’s not just some dumb movie; it’s delivering an important moral about living with mental illness (i.e., that the best way to recover is to immediately find another mentally ill person and begin a romance with them).