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lencrerouge:

she’s overwhelmingly foxy.
cannot
handle

lencrerouge:

she’s overwhelmingly foxy.

cannot

handle

the-absolute-best-gifs:

mypocketshurt90:

robo-mime:

the-eyeball-fairy:

freudianslipnslide:

bad-moon-moon:

and-rohan-will-answer:

babies are naturally able to swim hello they just spent nine moths in amiotic fluid this is instinctive so no, parent is not shitty, parent is re-enforcing baby’s natural instinctive behaviour.

parent is good for doing this because parent is basically saying “yes the behaviours you were born with are great!”

Yup, if babies are ‘taught’ (allowed) to swim before they are six weeks old, they never lose the instincts they were born with that lets them hold their head above water and hold their breath when they need to. SCIENCE, man.

What’s really cool is, humans are the only primates known to have this instinct at birth. Other ape babies would just freak out and drown. So I don’t think it comes from being in amniotic fluid for 9 months (since it’s not like they have room to actually swim in there). It’s been speculated that humans evolved in the ocean at some point, which is a really cool theory that I recommend checking out.

Also, SWIMMING BABY IS ADORABLE.

baby haruka nanase

This kid has a better breast stroke than I do and it’s pissing me off

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sunfell:

Pete and Repeat

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minimalmac:

Good morning.

minimalmac:

Good morning.

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because logic fails most whose opinions are based on a book

nevver:

Hong Kong

nevver:

Hong Kong

spaceplasma:

How Big are Galaxies? - Galaxy Size Comparison Charts by Astrophysicist Rhys Taylor

Arecibo astrophysicist Rhys Taylor selected 25 galaxies and illustrated the relative sizes beautifully using images made from NASA and ESA observation missions, including a rendering of our own ordinary little Milky Way at the center for comparison.

Also check out a zoomable chart of the giant galaxy IC 1101, the largest known galaxy — created by scaling up an image of M87, another supersized elliptical galaxy that just happens to be considerably closer to our own and has had clearer images taken of it. But the size is right — IC 1101 really is a beastly galaxy, at an estimated 5.5 billion light-years wide, over 50 Milky Ways could fit across it!

There will be a separate embedded post of the zoomable IC 1101 galaxy chart.

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laughingsquid:

Television Show Character Art Prints by Adam Spizak

laughingsquid:

Television Show Character Art Prints by Adam Spizak

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