Fifty Shades of Fluorine

A Lone Atom Trying to Find Love

just-an-earthbound—misfit:

acaciabrinley:

bunsen:

plunged:

I think everyone should have tumblr user bunsen on their dashboard

just got my nasty plan started

tbh if you’re not following what are you doing with your life


thegrapesofangst

just-an-earthbound—misfit:

acaciabrinley:

bunsen:

plunged:

I think everyone should have tumblr user bunsen on their dashboard

just got my nasty plan started

tbh if you’re not following what are you doing with your life

thegrapesofangst

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Come not between a dragon and his wrath.

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No but imagine a muggleborn’s boggart turning into their parents checking their browsing/ internet history. every other muggleborn in the room would collectively gasp while the pure bloods would be like what is this death box that instills fear in everyone??

I made these for you! So this is my Science Follow Forever, just to thank all the science related blogs who have followed me or who I follow and who have taught me something I didn’t know, made me laugh with an amazing pun, or inspired me. 

adventuresinchemistry, biomedicalephemera, butylenemaid, chemistryandstuff, chroniclesofachemist, dumb-science-jokeseatgeekstudy, economicsofcuriosity, en-thalpy, engrprof, entrop-eghostly-smoke, just-chemistry-things,m3rcaptan, markruffalo, neuralcaffeinology, neurosciencestuff, passthecholoformscientific-women, shrat, shychemist, sweetteascience

Thank you everyone! I’ll be doing a non science one soon, as well!

shychemist:

tynanphillipsphotography:

From now until September 14th, 2014 Society 6 (where my prints are for sale) has FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING. If you want to buy any of my photos, now might be a good time. 

Above are examples of some of my photos. :)

CLICK HERE for the promo or copy the link below:

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Just a heads up. ;)

I made these for my dorm room. They’re honestly pretty terrible b/c I used word to make them and edit the pictures, but i like them so

“Gertrude?? More like Gert-RUDE for marrying my murderous uncle right after he killed my dad”

—   Hamlet, at some point probably (via thegrapesofangst)
science-junkie:


An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.
By artist Eleanor Lutz. You can find the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here.

science-junkie:

An identification chart of 42 North American butterflies.

By artist Eleanor Lutz. You can find the full sized GIF here or pick up a poster for your room here.

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larstheyeti:

technically they had chemistry…
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larstheyeti:

technically they had chemistry…

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Buying clothes

Me:

Why is everything see through

Me:

Why is everyTHING SEE THROUGH

Me:

Everything. Why. See through.

Me:

WHY IS EVERYTHING SEE THROUGH

theprimolevifanblog:

The first ever (non-periodic) chemical table of the elements, as proposed by John Dalton in 1803. Jöns Jakob Berzelius and Dmitri Mendeleev took this seed of an idea and ran with it, eventually creating the modern periodic table. 
John Dalton (1766-1844) was an Englishman of a modest Quaker background who became one of the rock stars of 19th century science. He is responsible for a good deal of what one learns in high school chemistry: the atomic theory, the law of multiple proportions (atoms combine in particular whole-number ratios to form compounds), and Dalton’s law (the total pressure exerted by a gas mixture is the sum of the partial pressures of the component gases.) He was also the first person to identify colorblindness, which is still sometimes called Dalton’s disease or Daltonism in the UK. 

theprimolevifanblog:

The first ever (non-periodic) chemical table of the elements, as proposed by John Dalton in 1803. Jöns Jakob Berzelius and Dmitri Mendeleev took this seed of an idea and ran with it, eventually creating the modern periodic table. 

John Dalton (1766-1844) was an Englishman of a modest Quaker background who became one of the rock stars of 19th century science. He is responsible for a good deal of what one learns in high school chemistry: the atomic theory, the law of multiple proportions (atoms combine in particular whole-number ratios to form compounds), and Dalton’s law (the total pressure exerted by a gas mixture is the sum of the partial pressures of the component gases.) He was also the first person to identify colorblindness, which is still sometimes called Dalton’s disease or Daltonism in the UK. 

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