all of your colonies and continental divides

sarantium: twenty-something physics student with a book habit. queer, white, disabled. fond of kittens, neutrinos and karen gillan.

punwitch:

pastel-gizibe:

snakesandearrings:

oliveracedavis:

operationobservation:

huffingtonpost:

DEBI JACKSON, MOTHER OF TRANSGENDER CHILD, GIVES MOVING SPEECH

The best part of the video may be when Jackson addresses the comments she’s heard about her daughter and sets the record straight about statements like you “wanted a girl so you turned your child into one” and “kids have no idea what they want or who they are — my kids wants to be a dog, should I let him?”

So watch the full video to see her answers to those difficult questions here.

Chills down my whole body. This is how parents should react.

Chills too.

oh Jesus, what a loving parent

I could only wish to have a parent as understanding as this woman… She’s heaven sent.

Just hoping this is the start of less trans kids getting disowned and being homeless

(via a-spoon-is-born)

Aaand I just signed up for advanced electronics. Because theorist + advanced electronics is going to go well.

So Caltech, in its infinite wisdom, appears to have allocated me + 1 other undergrad a 3500 sq ft house worth 1.8 million.



amount of time between returning to Caltech and ensconcing myself in Cahill library: about 16 hours

ursulavernon:

wtfbadfantasycovers:

baglieg:

otakukeith:

wtfbadfantasycovers:

*giggles*
In the legend of Osiris, Set kills his brother and cuts him into pieces. Osiris’ sister-wife Isis collects all the pieces to bring him back to life.
Except for one piece which was eaten by a crab.
Yep, it’s his dick.

I see Ellora’s Cave are continuing their tradition of having the whitest Egyptians known to man…

Osiris was often portrayed in Egyptian art with green skin. Because he’s undead.

Not undead, just dead.
And the green (and sometimes black) is not just to do with death, green and black were the colours of fertility and vegetation in Ancient Egypt because they were associated with the flooding of the Nile.

I would have gone with “Osiris Has Crabs: A Love Story.” 
…probably a reason I am not allowed to write erotica.

ursulavernon:

wtfbadfantasycovers:

baglieg:

otakukeith:

wtfbadfantasycovers:

*giggles*

In the legend of Osiris, Set kills his brother and cuts him into pieces. Osiris’ sister-wife Isis collects all the pieces to bring him back to life.

Except for one piece which was eaten by a crab.

Yep, it’s his dick.

I see Ellora’s Cave are continuing their tradition of having the whitest Egyptians known to man…


Osiris was often portrayed in Egyptian art with green skin. Because he’s undead.

Not undead, just dead.

And the green (and sometimes black) is not just to do with death, green and black were the colours of fertility and vegetation in Ancient Egypt because they were associated with the flooding of the Nile.

I would have gone with “Osiris Has Crabs: A Love Story.”

…probably a reason I am not allowed to write erotica.

(via star-anise)