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Sex is a lot like Labyrinth, You go in without knowing, there are Muppets, David Bowie is there. 

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knoll florence. 1954 

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knoll florence. 1954 

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Poseidon, stop fishing for old people.

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Poseidon, stop fishing for old people.

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Are White Holes Real?
Sailors have their krakens and their sea serpents. Physicists have white holes: cosmic creatures that straddle the line between tall tale and reality. Yet to be seen in the wild, white holes may be only mathematical monsters. But new research suggests that, if a speculative theory called loop quantum gravity is right, white holes could be real—and we might have already observed them.
A white whole is, roughly speaking, the opposite of a black hole. “A black hole is a place where you can go in but you can never escape; a white hole is a place where you can leave but you can never go back,” says Caltech physicist Sean Carroll. “Otherwise, [both share] exactly the same mathematics, exactly the same geometry.” That boils down to a few essential features: a singularity, where mass is squeezed into a point of infinite density, and an event horizon, the invisible “point of no return” first described mathematically by the German physicist Karl Schwarzschild in 1916. For a black hole, the event horizon represents a one-way entrance; for a white hole, it’s exit-only.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

Are White Holes Real?

Sailors have their krakens and their sea serpents. Physicists have white holes: cosmic creatures that straddle the line between tall tale and reality. Yet to be seen in the wild, white holes may be only mathematical monsters. But new research suggests that, if a speculative theory called loop quantum gravity is right, white holes could be real—and we might have already observed them.

A white whole is, roughly speaking, the opposite of a black hole. “A black hole is a place where you can go in but you can never escape; a white hole is a place where you can leave but you can never go back,” says Caltech physicist Sean Carroll. “Otherwise, [both share] exactly the same mathematics, exactly the same geometry.” That boils down to a few essential features: a singularity, where mass is squeezed into a point of infinite density, and an event horizon, the invisible “point of no return” first described mathematically by the German physicist Karl Schwarzschild in 1916. For a black hole, the event horizon represents a one-way entrance; for a white hole, it’s exit-only.

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saccstry - Fungus girls!

They are: Bleeding Tooth, Rosy Veincap, Veiled Lady, Inky Cap, Sea Anemone, Red Cage, Morel, Amethyst Deceiver 

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The Swimmers by Dara Scully

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dottyasyouplease:

that tree looks so happy that it is receiving a hug from this child

I AM GROOT

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dottyasyouplease:

that tree looks so happy that it is receiving a hug from this child

I AM GROOT

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