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juicyjacqulyn:

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scientists could scour the arctic for decades and never find anything colder than this

sexhaver:

juicyjacqulyn:

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scientists could scour the arctic for decades and never find anything colder than this

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gnarly:

do you ever get anxiety bc your room is so messy but ur just too damn lazy to clean it

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emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

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stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

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stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr
stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr
stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr
stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr
stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr
stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr
stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr
stevenrherman:


emilygoss:

“The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous.” 
― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr

stevenrherman:

emilygoss:

The most important thing I have learned over the years is the difference between taking one’s work seriously and taking one’s self seriously. The first is imperative, and the second disastrous. 

― Margot Fonteyn, the original Swan Lake Queen

Skirrrr

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cracked:

No, that’s not one of the plagues of Egypt. It’s actually creepier.
6 Dazzling Sights in Nature (Caused by Human Stupidity)

#6. A River of Poison Blood
The Rio Tinto (Red River) in Spain has had a shitty time ever since humanity turned up. We’re not indulging in hyperbole, here; Homo sapiens have been dumping pollutants in the river for over 5,000 years, a number you may recognize as five times the combined duration of the Roman Empire and the Egyptian Empire. … The area was first mined by the Iberians and Tartessians in the third millennium B.C., and it remains a viable source of copper even today. Over time, it acquired its characteristic red color from heavy metals that crept in as a side effect of mining. The color’s not all that trickled in, either. The river is actually even more lethal than its uninviting appearance suggests. The pH of the water hovers around 2, placing it on par with stomach acid. Yes, Rio Tinto could literally digest you.

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cracked:

No, that’s not one of the plagues of Egypt. It’s actually creepier.

6 Dazzling Sights in Nature (Caused by Human Stupidity)

#6. A River of Poison Blood

The Rio Tinto (Red River) in Spain has had a shitty time ever since humanity turned up. We’re not indulging in hyperbole, here; Homo sapiens have been dumping pollutants in the river for over 5,000 years, a number you may recognize as five times the combined duration of the Roman Empire and the Egyptian Empire. … The area was first mined by the Iberians and Tartessians in the third millennium B.C., and it remains a viable source of copper even today. Over time, it acquired its characteristic red color from heavy metals that crept in as a side effect of mining. The color’s not all that trickled in, either. The river is actually even more lethal than its uninviting appearance suggests. The pH of the water hovers around 2, placing it on par with stomach acid. Yes, Rio Tinto could literally digest you.

Read More

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