caboodlederps:

Lee, stop it. It’s just a bug, she’s fine.Just… just put her down again, okay? Lee? LEE?

caboodlederps:

Lee, stop it.
It’s just a bug, she’s fine.

Just… just put her down again, okay? Lee? LEE?

sarahseeandersen:

I’ll probably just wear T-shirts forever.

sarahseeandersen:

I’ll probably just wear T-shirts forever.

did-you-kno:

Spiral staircases were installed in old firehouses to keep horses from climbing to other floors.
Source

did-you-kno:

Spiral staircases were installed in old firehouses to keep horses from climbing to other floors.

Source

zohbugg:

esculentesset:

blueflame91:

ecumenicalseeker:

robotunicorncastiel:

serinalion:

stephendann:

callmeshiny:

abookwormcalledellie:

piertotum-locomottor:

kakashi-big-lips:

deja-q:

itslevilosa:

midgardian etiquette 101: when going to their homes, hang your coat first or in some cases, your mjolnir.

naw maybe it’s actually asgardian custom to check your weapons at the door

It was medieval custom to check your weapons at the door of the meadhall before greeting the king of the place you were going to. It was courteous and showed respect. You can see it in Beowulf. 

what i don’t understand is how that hook can hold the mjolnir.

the hook is worthy

the hook is worthy

Peter Pan would disagree.

I’ve not read the comics but I always figured Mjolnir wasn’t heavy so much as stubborn, and if it decided it didn’t wanna move it just wouldn’t. It sits on Loki, rather than crushing him in Thor 1, and in Avengers it rests on the floor of the ship, and trying to pick it up Hulk starts breaking the floor with his weight, but Mjolnir doesn’t seem to weight anything at all (If it was as heavy as Hulk implied, it would drag the whole ship to the ground right?). Mjolnir isn’t heavy, cos its not going down, instead it is a fixed point and everything else just moves around it. Hence, the hook doesn’t hold it, it merely remains in place.

so what you’re trying to say is that Mjolnir is like a chicken head

 instead it is a fixed point and everything else just moves around it. 
OK SO WHAT YOU ARE SAYINGIS THAT WHEN THIS HAMMER WAS FORGED IN THE HEART OF A STAR IT BECAME A FIXED QUANTUM POINTAND THE UNIVERSE MOVES AROUND IT—AND THOR IS THE ONLY ONE WITH THE PROPER RESONANCE TO INTERACT WITH IT ON A QUANTUM LEVELAND SO HE IS THE ONLY ONE WITH THE LEVERAGE REQUIRED TO SHIFT THE REST OF THE UNIVERSE AROUND THE FIXED POINT THAT IS MJOLNIR
THIS MAKES SO MUCH SENSE

DUDE YOU GUYS SCIENCED THORS HAMMER THAT IS AWESOME

i just… can’t have this not on my blog.

zohbugg:

esculentesset:

blueflame91:

ecumenicalseeker:

robotunicorncastiel:

serinalion:

stephendann:

callmeshiny:

abookwormcalledellie:

piertotum-locomottor:

kakashi-big-lips:

deja-q:

itslevilosa:

midgardian etiquette 101: when going to their homes, hang your coat first or in some cases, your mjolnir.

naw maybe it’s actually asgardian custom to check your weapons at the door

It was medieval custom to check your weapons at the door of the meadhall before greeting the king of the place you were going to. It was courteous and showed respect. You can see it in Beowulf. 

what i don’t understand is how that hook can hold the mjolnir.

the hook is worthy

the hook is worthy

Peter Pan would disagree.

I’ve not read the comics but I always figured Mjolnir wasn’t heavy so much as stubborn, and if it decided it didn’t wanna move it just wouldn’t. It sits on Loki, rather than crushing him in Thor 1, and in Avengers it rests on the floor of the ship, and trying to pick it up Hulk starts breaking the floor with his weight, but Mjolnir doesn’t seem to weight anything at all (If it was as heavy as Hulk implied, it would drag the whole ship to the ground right?). Mjolnir isn’t heavy, cos its not going down, instead it is a fixed point and everything else just moves around it. Hence, the hook doesn’t hold it, it merely remains in place.

so what you’re trying to say is that Mjolnir is like a chicken head

 instead it is a fixed point and everything else just moves around it. 

OK SO WHAT YOU ARE SAYING
IS THAT WHEN THIS HAMMER WAS FORGED IN THE HEART OF A STAR IT BECAME A FIXED QUANTUM POINT
AND THE UNIVERSE MOVES AROUND IT—AND THOR IS THE ONLY ONE WITH THE PROPER RESONANCE TO INTERACT WITH IT ON A QUANTUM LEVEL
AND SO HE IS THE ONLY ONE WITH THE LEVERAGE REQUIRED TO SHIFT THE REST OF THE UNIVERSE AROUND THE FIXED POINT THAT IS MJOLNIR

THIS MAKES SO MUCH SENSE

DUDE YOU GUYS SCIENCED THORS HAMMER THAT IS AWESOME

i just… can’t have this not on my blog.

(Source: unicornmagic, via havingarennergasm)

everything-is-stickers:

How old is this photo.
Because it’s set up like Grandpappy sitting on the rocker telling the youngin’s about his youth.
But at this point in history it looks like one old guy took the only chair and made the rest of his elderly friends sit on the pavement because he’s the senior senior.

everything-is-stickers:

How old is this photo.

Because it’s set up like Grandpappy sitting on the rocker telling the youngin’s about his youth.

But at this point in history it looks like one old guy took the only chair and made the rest of his elderly friends sit on the pavement because he’s the senior senior.

(Source: gueasan, via havingarennergasm)

avalia-8bit:

ultrafacts:

Source (Want more facts? Click HERE to follow)

THIS IS REALLY COOL THOUGH WE COVERED THIS IN ASTRONOMY
OK, SO
There’s this thing called tidal bulges, which are an effect of gravity. The Earth has the tidal bulge, and it’s a little like an oval shape. The moon pulls on it and that’s also why we have tides! On one side of the earth, it drags the water towards the move, and on the other, the water isn’t quite affected by the gravity, but the Earth itself is, so it’s also pulled, which makes high tide on both sides!
The bulge also affects the moon’s gravity, though, which is why it’s moving away from Earth! The bulge creates a “push” effect on the moon, which is relatively small, but enough to change the moon’s orbit into a spiral shape.
Did you know that when dinosaurs were around, there were about 200 foot tides?
SCIENCE GUYS

avalia-8bit:

ultrafacts:

Source (Want more facts? Click HERE to follow)

THIS IS REALLY COOL THOUGH WE COVERED THIS IN ASTRONOMY

OK, SO

There’s this thing called tidal bulges, which are an effect of gravity. The Earth has the tidal bulge, and it’s a little like an oval shape. The moon pulls on it and that’s also why we have tides! On one side of the earth, it drags the water towards the move, and on the other, the water isn’t quite affected by the gravity, but the Earth itself is, so it’s also pulled, which makes high tide on both sides!

The bulge also affects the moon’s gravity, though, which is why it’s moving away from Earth! The bulge creates a “push” effect on the moon, which is relatively small, but enough to change the moon’s orbit into a spiral shape.

Did you know that when dinosaurs were around, there were about 200 foot tides?

SCIENCE GUYS

(via ultrafacts)

whoatakeiteasyman:

no mom, do not ask that relative if they want to talk to me next on the phone.

(via paranoid-rhythm)

beatonna:

Two days in a car and my Grand Uncle, Grand Aunt, cousin and myself made it to Cape Breton.