circular_8

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disneysmermaids:

cherribalm:

site that you can type in the definition of a word and get the word

site for when you can only remember part of a word/its definition 

site that gives you words that rhyme with a word

site that gives you synonyms and antonyms

THAT FIRST SITE IS EVERY WRITER’S DREAM DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY TIMES I’VE TRIED WRITING SOMETHING AND THOUGHT GOD DAMN IS THERE A SPECIFIC WORD FOR WHAT I’M USING TWO SENTENCES TO DESCRIBE AND JUST GETTING A BUNCH OF SHIT GOOGLE RESULTS

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Filed under for refrence writing

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5 times kaidan alenko’s heart broke

antivanrogue:

and the one time that made all of them worth it.

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the look in rahna’s eyes is the worst thing he has ever known in his long, long seventeen years of life. she stares at him and recoils when he reaches out to her, shakes her head when he tries to speak to her, but never once looks away, as though he’s changing in front of her into a monster. when they take him away, he looks at his reflection in a window, and his face is bloody, bruised, eyes wild and sad and his heart breaks because she was right.

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Filed under mass effect kaidan alenko other's fic

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mcabender-fassavoy-mcfassy:

After each of these times saying Erik’s name, whether with anticipation or worry or exasperation or horror, Charles goes after him and stays with him.

The thing is, Charles thinks of them as partners in all of this, everything that’s going on, but Erik’s still working the same way he did all those years on his own, making these solitary decision and acting immediately, no discussion or compromise or acknowledgement involved in it. At the end of the movie, he wants Charles by his side, but I don’t think he really knows what that means

#I’m not crying YOU are

(Source: fassvengers, via butterflydm)

Filed under xmen Charles Xavier Erik Lehnsherr

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lookatthesefreakinghipsters:

soundlyawake:

dizzies:

orij-nality:

THIS IS REALLY MESSING ME UP

omfg watching this for like ever wow

STOP IT DRAGON CURVE YOU ARE BLACK MAGIC

It’s the Koch Snowflake!  A nowhere differentiable, continuous function of infinite length and dimension of log 4/ log 3, but a topological dimension of 1.
Fractals, it turns out, due to their self-similarity, have tons of applications!  Who here likes their tiny cell phones and laughing at pictures of those giant cells from the 80s?  The reason why we have can have such tiny cell phones is by utilizing self-similarity in the antenna construction, a more receptive antenna can be packed into a smaller space.

lookatthesefreakinghipsters:

soundlyawake:

dizzies:

orij-nality:

THIS IS REALLY MESSING ME UP

omfg watching this for like ever wow

STOP IT DRAGON CURVE YOU ARE BLACK MAGIC

It’s the Koch Snowflake!  A nowhere differentiable, continuous function of infinite length and dimension of log 4/ log 3, but a topological dimension of 1.

Fractals, it turns out, due to their self-similarity, have tons of applications!  Who here likes their tiny cell phones and laughing at pictures of those giant cells from the 80s?  The reason why we have can have such tiny cell phones is by utilizing self-similarity in the antenna construction, a more receptive antenna can be packed into a smaller space.

(Source: reuben-thomas)