euclideanplane asked:

Hey, fluoride is really harmful in any amount because of electronegative energy, which is the tendency to draw in electrons, this will distort biological functions that have not evolved to cope with the levels of fluoride they are being exposed to, and unfortunately, all well waters on average contain 500 x more fluoride than surface or rain water, surface and rain waters are what we evolved with for the majority of our evolution, rain water is the same as distilled water, you should drink that.

I drink toothpaste instead of water actually. I love fluoride. I like to keep all of my bones free from cavities. Femur cavities are the worst to fill.

Anonymous asked:

let me guess, you're one of the super fucking pretentious book readers who is always complaining about game of thrones?

I have never posted anything that would allude to me being pretentious whatsoever when it comes to the books and the show. If I have, I’m sorry. I will assume that you’re referring to my posts tonight? I can understand why they have chosen to leave out Lady Stoneheart, since they’ve changed the plot enough at this point that bringing back a major actress for a minor role would be pointless. 

My biggest issue is that they have apparently not only left out one of my favorite characters, but have changed the plot such that her exact story will be instead given to another character. I just don’t understand why they did that. It would be one thing to change things around a little bit, but giving Arianne’s storyline (a major POV character in the books I might add) to her younger brother (I guess now OLDER brother) Trystane just makes no sense to me right now. I don’t want to spoil things for anyone, but I think it’s safe to say that a lot of this season will be centered around Dorne and its political affairs, and excluding or diminishing Arianne Martell’s role is just so stupid and so unnecessary. But I guess we will see what happens.

fuchsiacladbastard:

Plot twist: Lady Stoneheart, Arianne Martell, Val, and Jeyne Westerling take the iron throne and form a matriarchal democracy and d&d don’t know what to do

pennyfornasa:


 
“To provide for research into problems of flight within and outside the earth’s atmosphere, and for other purposes.” - National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958On July 29th, 1958 — ten months after Sputnik 1 was launched into orbit — President Eisenhower signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act. Beginning operations later that year, NASA entered the highly competitive Space Race against the Soviet Union. Culminating with the success of Apollo, the economic benefits and technological advances during NASA’s first decade were immediately felt. Since 1958, twelve astronauts have walked on the Moon. Four rovers and four landers have touched down on the Martian soil, and most recently, Voyager I became the first man-made object to enter interstellar space. Perhaps the greatest achievement of this agency, however, has been the success of the International Space Station. Astronauts from various space agencies across the planet have been living and studying aboard the ISS since 2000. NASA has had a rich history, but an even more promising future awaits.Today, on the anniversary of the National Aeronautics and Space Act, join us by writing Congress to express the importance of raising the minuscule NASA budget to a level that will ensure a strong future for all humanity.Sign the petition, spread the word:www.penny4nasa.org/take-actionRead the National Aeronautics and Space Act:http://history.nasa.gov/spaceact.html

pennyfornasa:

 
“To provide for research into problems of flight within and outside the earth’s atmosphere, and for other purposes.” - National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958

On July 29th, 1958 — ten months after Sputnik 1 was launched into orbit — President Eisenhower signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act. Beginning operations later that year, NASA entered the highly competitive Space Race against the Soviet Union. Culminating with the success of Apollo, the economic benefits and technological advances during NASA’s first decade were immediately felt. Since 1958, twelve astronauts have walked on the Moon. Four rovers and four landers have touched down on the Martian soil, and most recently, Voyager I became the first man-made object to enter interstellar space. Perhaps the greatest achievement of this agency, however, has been the success of the International Space Station. Astronauts from various space agencies across the planet have been living and studying aboard the ISS since 2000. NASA has had a rich history, but an even more promising future awaits.

Today, on the anniversary of the National Aeronautics and Space Act, join us by writing Congress to express the importance of raising the minuscule NASA budget to a level that will ensure a strong future for all humanity.

Sign the petition, spread the word:
www.penny4nasa.org/take-action

Read the National Aeronautics and Space Act:
http://history.nasa.gov/spaceact.html
thesquirtlesquad:

I read this as a kid and it had a really significant effect on me and and it’s a big influence on my world view and I still think it’s the most beautiful and profound thing anyone’s ever said about beauty

thesquirtlesquad:

I read this as a kid and it had a really significant effect on me and and it’s a big influence on my world view and I still think it’s the most beautiful and profound thing anyone’s ever said about beauty