Matter matters

Ask me anything   Meet me in outer space.

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I miss you, and I think of you continuously.

You never bat an eye in my direction, and you forgot all about me.

"
My 3 a.m thoughts (via pastychanel)

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— 12 hours ago with 640 notes

satya-:

Going to California // Led Zeppelin

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— 12 hours ago with 1086 notes
"I tried to love you less. I couldn’t."
 Simone de Beauvoir, from The Mandarins (via respectmycomplexity)

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"I am too intelligent, too demanding, and too resourceful for anyone to be able to take charge of me entirely. No one knows me or loves me completely. I have only myself."
Simone de Beauvoir (via respectmycomplexity)

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jim-page:

STEAL HIS STYLE:

- UGLY ASS PLAID PANTS // $0.75 (DICK’S SPORTING GOODS)

- BRIGHT RED SOCKS // $0.01 (BABIES R US)

- BROWN SHOES // PRICELESS AT YOUR LOCAL DUMPSTER

- MAROON SILK SHIRT // $3.1415926 (MACKLEMORE’S CLOSET)

Hey! That’s the pi…

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— 12 hours ago with 250 notes

curiosamathematica:

Making a right angle, the Maya way.

The Mayan people used a clever way to construct right angles. Start with a cord with eight knots, dividing it into seven equal segments with a knot at each end. There are loops at each of the knots for staking to the ground.

Since the knots are evenly spaced, when knots 1 and 4 are held together and the cord is pulled taut, an equilateral triangle with interior angles of 60° is formed. Then knot 6 is joined with knot 3 and the cord pulled tight resulting in another equilateral triangle formed by knots 4, 5 and 6. Finally knot 8 is joined with knot 5 forming a third equilateral triangle (and all together, half of a hexagon). If one runs a ray (or rope) from knot 1 through knot 2 and another ray from knot 1 through knot 7, the resulting angle is a right angle.

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