hey everyone, im rather new here but i figure this account would be used for posting tea session photos, and perhaps doodles or other passing thoughts. i'm a linguistics major, interested in speech pathology and phonetics. other interests include: modular synthesizers, creepy things, and the sweet smell of fresh earth.
found a nice lil fern friend on the way!
Earth = jord
Bruka = use, cultivate
Jordbrukare = farmer
Gubbe = guy
Jordgubbe = strawberry
Love eating my seed corn, hate the ensuing famine
Instance suggestion: eeeeeee.eee, it's like oulipo.social but you can only E
On October 19th, 1991, a single atomic nucleus, smashed into the Earth's atmosphere at 1.5 quintillionths of a meter per second less than the speed of light. That is 99.999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,51% the speed of light. It quickly disintegrated into a shower of light and subatomic particles, seen by the Fly's Eye Observatory. This was known as the Oh My God Particle.
The single particle had an estimated 50 joules of energy, about the same energy as a baseball thrown at 100 km/h.
going to pound town if you know what I mean (makin mochi)
update: it went gr8! I felt so comfy and safe while trying to protect myself from flying fists!
going to a feminist queer boxing club today! I hope some enbies can beat me up!!
No more disposable things. Cups, bags, cans, all of it will be resused and recycled, 100%. Planes that use biofuel distilled using solar power. More open spaces where things are made on site, bread made by order and not allowed to grow stale on a shelf for the sake of "making it look more lively". Structures that use natural light as opposed to artificial ones, more sunroofs. Boats that use sound dampening so that way the whales can hear each other again. Less light polluting billboards.
Wait so you’re telling me I got lil trees and bears and shit in my guts??
god are u free?
Humans are born to be artists, scientists, artisans, and philosophers. Children love nothing more than creative expression, learning to understand things, making things with their hands, and asking deep questions.
But society teaches us not to do these things, training us instead to be “productive”. We’re sculpted to fit into a world obsessed with jobs, money, and ownership, and we’re forced to give up the most important parts of ourselves in order to do so – our creativity, and our curiosity.