|—||Helen Keller - reflecting on the coincidence that one of her Swiss ancestors was the first teacher for the deaf in Zurich.|
"Of all people, you know who I am…who the world needs me to be. I am Wonder Woman."
WHAT BOOK IS THIS FROM??
I think it’s from that 2010 run, with JMS and they redesigned her costume with the leather jacket and all that. Odyssey, I think.
This was a really cool costume revamp, too bad it didn’t stick.
No. Here’s my advice for you, if you’re in high school: Don’t worry about your job or career at this point. Try as many things as possible. If you want to make radio, make radio. If you want to join a band, join a band. Be curious, be open, don’t be locked in. Take a job to make some money but don’t worry about what it is. I worked in a swim club and read books for a summer. It was fun.
There’s enough time to think about this stuff later. Life is not a resume; a resume is not a life.
Pumzi - dir. Wanuri Kahiu // Kenya
In a dystopian future 35 years after an ecological WWIII has torn the world apart, East African survivors of the devastation remain locked away in contained communities, but a young woman in possession of a germinating seed struggles against the governing council to bring the plant to Earth’s ruined surface.
The main character is a museum curator in the future and also yes I would like see this now please
THERE IS NOTHING ABOUT THIS I DON’T LIKE
GET INTO THIS
Bohemian poet George Sterling’s purported response when asked about the cyanide pill he carried for years. He eventually killed himself with it.
The moon orbits the earth with a period of four weeks ( a month) and during the orbit it always has the same side facing the earth. So this means that on the moon there is day and night, but they are both two weeks long instead of 24 hours.
The Moon’s daylight is brighter and harsher than the Earth’s. There is no atmosphere to scatter the light, no clouds to shade it, and no ozone layer to block the sunburning ultraviolet light. However, there is a very, very thin layer of gases on the lunar surface that can almost be called an atmosphere. Technically, it’s considered a surface boundary exosphere.
One of the critical differences between the atmospheres of Earth and the moon is how atmospheric molecules move. Here in the dense atmosphere at the surface of Earth, the molecules’ motion is dominated by collisions between the molecules.The exosphere is so thin that molecules in the lunar exosphere almost never collide with each other. During the lunar night, the Moon’s exosphere mostly falls to the ground. When sunlight returns, the solar wind kicks up new particles to replenish the exosphere.
The intense ultraviolet sunlight kicks electrons off particles in the lunar soil, giving those particles an electric charge that can cause them to levitate. Ambient electric fields lift these charged dust particles as high as kilometers above the surface, forming an important part of the exosphere. Moon dust wrecked havoc with the Apollo spacesuits, which were nearly threadbare by the time they returned to Earth. Levitating dust can get into equipment, spacesuits, and computers, causing damage and shortening the hardware’s useful life. Knowing how much dust is floating around in the exosphere and how it behaves will help engineers design next-generation lunar hardware.
Colton Haynes as ‘Arsenal’ in Arrow season 3 (x)
This season is going to be EPIC
dedicated to nataliaromanoua and to all those excited about ant-man (✿◠‿◠)
I know this is the old test footage, but it’s so cool! I really want to see what the current project holds. This is definitely a film I misjudged initially.
Bad Brains, 1979