The big picture, thank you
This timelapse video captures the past 10 years’ worth of weather as seen by the GEOS-12 satellite during its service. It’s a mesmerizing look at the large-scale convective flow of Earth’s atmosphere. The prevailing winds for each region are clear from the motion of the clouds, but short-term effects are visible as well. June through November marks the Atlantic hurricane season, and you can see as storm after storm gets generated near western Africa and shoots westward toward North and Central America. You can also see the pattern tracks of these storms in these maps, which show 170 years’ worth of worldwide hurricane tracks. (Video credit: NOAA; via Scientific American)
Can we do cute things like go to aquariums, kiss in the rain, have cute day trips, and have really rough sex
Meet Your First Black Girlfriend [x]
"I know you can’t recognize when my hair looks a mess but I don’t want side eye from the black people on the train"
things I wish I had for my ex
Ju dont mess with the morenas lmao
|—||Junot Díaz is the truth 🙌🙏 (via chetmanley)|
Now, I just need someone to fill the role of partner and I’m set.
You don’t have to fall through the ceiling. You can come through the front door lol.
Yes I posted this last night and the night before that and yes I will post it tomorrow night and the night after that because even if this makes a difference to one person it is worth it.
I’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS PHOTOSET FOREVER.
best nope in history
They need to stop fuckin around and make this a live action movie.
As long as Shamalan doesnt direct it im coo
Im rolling 😂😂😭
Turns out there is a price to pay for protecting your rainforests.
This is fucking important! Sign and reblog.
wow this is outrageous, why isn’t this going around? from the link:
Infinito Gold, a Canadian mining company, just slapped Costa Rica with a $1 billion lawsuit simply because the country decided its rainforests were more important than an open-pit gold mine.
Lauded as one of the countries with the most beautiful rainforests, it’s no wonder Costa Rica rejected Infinito’s mine. Costa Rica’s rainforest is home to many endangered species such the green macaw. Gold mining also uses toxic chemicals such as cyanide, which often leaks into and pollutes nearby lakes and rivers.
A subsidiary of Infinito Gold has announced that a massive lawsuit is “imminent”, so we need to act now. If thousands of us stand together, we can show Infinito that countries such as Costa Rica should have the right to protect their rainforests without being persecuted by corporations.
please sign and reblog!
Get the gringos out of Latin America!