neb322:

THANK YOU JON STEWART FOR ALWAYS BEING THE MOST CORRECT. 

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Orange is the New Black: a summary

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megatrotsky:

When someone gives me health or nutrition advice prefaced with “I heard about this on Dr. Oz…”

megatrotsky:

When someone gives me health or nutrition advice prefaced with “I heard about this on Dr. Oz…”

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[F]rom now on why not agree that science and the oil industry both have opinions. Oh, and before you tell your kids to wash their hands after they take a shit so they don’t spread disease, maybe we should spend an equal amount of time hearing from Big Fecal.

Jon Stewart responding to the United States House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space & Technology after hearing comments like:

"Think about it, if your ice cube melts in your glass it doesn’t overflow."

— Rep. Steve Stockman (R)

"I could read that [climate science] but I don’t believe it."

— Rep. Larry Bucshon (R)

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proud-atheist:

Not sure of anythinghttp://proud-atheist.tumblr.com
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breakfastburritoe:

depressed-0bsessed:

breakfastburritoe:

Are you a fisherman because I think you’re a reel catch

You spelled real wrong.

Throw this one back into the water boys we’ve got ourselves a city slicker

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sagansense:

Our lovely blue planet, the Earth, is the only home we know. Venus is too hot. Mars is too cold. But the Earth is just right, a heaven for humans. After all, we evolved here. But our congenial climate may be unstable. We are perturbing our poor planet in serious and contradictory ways. Is there any danger of driving the environment of the Earth toward the planetary Hell of Venus or the global ice age of Mars? The simple answer is that nobody knows. The study of the global climate, the comparison of the Earth with other worlds, are subjects in their earliest stages of development. They are fields that are poorly and grudgingly funded. In our ignorance, we continue to push and pull, to pollute the atmosphere and brighten the land, oblivious of the fact that the long-term consequences are largely unknown. A few million years ago, when human beings first evolved on Earth, it was already a middle-aged world, 4.6 billion years along from the catastrophes and impetuosities of its youth. But we humans now represent a new and perhaps decisive factor. Our intelligence and our technology have given us the power to affect the climate. How will we use this power? Are we willing to tolerate ignorance and complacency in matters that affect the entire human family? Do we value short-term advantages above the welfare of the Earth? Or will we think on longer time scales, with concern for our children and our grandchildren, to understand and protect the complex life-support systems of our planet? The Earth is a tiny and fragile world. It needs to be cherished.
— Carl Sagan, Cosmos (1980)

Read it all. And keep in mind, as we move forward with our lives beyond this important (and hopefully historic) moment in our developing history, that Carl would have not only been right alongside those protesting around the world for global climate action, he would have most certainly been one of the key featured speakers at the 2014 U.N. Climate Summit.

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yung-barce:

Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! BILL!

yung-barce:

Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! BILL!

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thotstothinkabout:

thefitrasta:

Justin Lynch beating Michael Phelps record at just 16

SPREAD THIS LIKE FIRE

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