Natalie.1994. San Diego to Ventura. I love puppies, and I love poking the anemones at the beach and making them close up, oh and I love macaroni and cheese. okbuhbye.

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hoopingdotorg:

Angelina Rose lights things up big time with her LED hoop at Electric Daisy Carnival New York at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Photo by Tavits Photography from this photo set. View full size & like/comment on hooping.org.

hoopingdotorg:

Angelina Rose lights things up big time with her LED hoop at Electric Daisy Carnival New York at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Photo by Tavits Photography from this photo set. View full size & like/comment on hooping.org.

ourloveissemperfii:

This was too cute not to share!

ourloveissemperfii:

This was too cute not to share!

taco-marco:

staff:

starting today all blogs without the following image will be deleted within 24 hours

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i’m not even afraid of deletion. i just want this image on my blog

thedragoninmygarage:

To understand the age and evolution of the Universe and where humans fit into it, imagine that the entire history of the Universe is compressed into one year, with the Big Bang occurring on the first second of 1 January, and today being the last second of 31 December. If we imagine the Universe as a single year, each month equals around a billion years, which means the cosmic microwave background radiation remnant formed in January. Our Galaxy formed around 1 May, the solar system around 9 September, and Earth around 14 September. The first signs of life on Earth appeared around 25 September. Dinosaurs appeared on 24 December but by 29 December they became extinct. All recorded human history takes place on 31 December, most of which from the first cave paintings discovered in Europe to the present day occurred in the final minute.

Credit: Adapted from ‘Cosmic Calendar’ by Carl Sagan

thedragoninmygarage:

To understand the age and evolution of the Universe and where humans fit into it, imagine that the entire history of the Universe is compressed into one year, with the Big Bang occurring on the first second of 1 January, and today being the last second of 31 December. If we imagine the Universe as a single year, each month equals around a billion years, which means the cosmic microwave background radiation remnant formed in January. Our Galaxy formed around 1 May, the solar system around 9 September, and Earth around 14 September. The first signs of life on Earth appeared around 25 September. Dinosaurs appeared on 24 December but by 29 December they became extinct. All recorded human history takes place on 31 December, most of which from the first cave paintings discovered in Europe to the present day occurred in the final minute.
Credit: Adapted from ‘Cosmic Calendar’ by Carl Sagan