Waste no youth
something must last.
Waste no youth
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quoted-by:

— Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens
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fer1972:

Black and White Drawings by Levi van Veluw
fer1972:

Black and White Drawings by Levi van Veluw
fer1972:

Black and White Drawings by Levi van Veluw
fer1972:

Black and White Drawings by Levi van Veluw
fer1972:

Black and White Drawings by Levi van Veluw
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wastenoyouth:

If when, if not on international women’s day? This one I made because I believe in an equal society that’s free from racism and discrimination, and that belief will last as long as this tattoo
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"I don’t. I don’t want anybody else to touch you. I’m silly. I get furious if they touch you."
Ernest Hemingway, from ‘A Farewell to Arms’  (via perfect)
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untrustyou:

Several Seconds 
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untrustyou:

James Brodie 
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kenobi-wan-obi:

Storms on ‘Failed Stars’ Rain Molten Iron

Violent storm clouds and molten-iron rain may be common occurrences on the failed stars known as brown dwarfs, new research suggests.
Image: This artist’s concept shows what the weather might look like on cool star-like bodies known as brown dwarfs. These giant balls of gas start out life like stars, but lack the mass to sustain nuclear fusion at their cores, and instead, fade and cool with time. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Western Ontario/Stony Brook University
Astronomers used NASA’s infrared Spitzer Space Telescope to observe brown dwarfs, finding changes in brightness that they believe signify the presence of storm clouds. These storms appear to last at least several hours, and may be as tempestuous as the famous Great Red Spot on Jupiter.
"A large fraction of brown dwarfs show cyclical variability in brightness, suggesting clouds or storms," study researcher Aren Heinze of Stony Brook University said in a news conference here today (Jan. 7) at the 223rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society.
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sullenmoons:

Donald Davis
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aesza:

Richard Alan Schmid by hauk sven on Flickr.