See the beauty in everything.

Suicide Forest in Japan. [link]

did-you-kno:

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fuckyeahfeminists:

rhrealitycheck:

On June 7, 1965, in Griswold v. Connecticut, the Supreme Court legalized contraception (for married people, at least) and held that women and men have the right to privacy in making decisions about their sexual health. The case recognized, in law, the principle that women and men—not government—should decide when and how to plan their families, and paved the way for programs and policies that help women make health-care decisions that affect their educational opportunities, their professional work, and their families.

Forty-eight years and counting! How mindblowing is it that it’s been less than 50 years since it’s been legal for MARRIED COUPLES (single people were allowed 7 years later) to have contraception?
And we’re STILL FIGHTING ABOUT IT. OY.

fuckyeahfeminists:

rhrealitycheck:

On June 7, 1965, in Griswold v. Connecticut, the Supreme Court legalized contraception (for married people, at least) and held that women and men have the right to privacy in making decisions about their sexual health. The case recognized, in law, the principle that women and men—not government—should decide when and how to plan their families, and paved the way for programs and policies that help women make health-care decisions that affect their educational opportunities, their professional work, and their families.

Forty-eight years and counting! How mindblowing is it that it’s been less than 50 years since it’s been legal for MARRIED COUPLES (single people were allowed 7 years later) to have contraception?

And we’re STILL FIGHTING ABOUT IT. OY.

socialismartnature:

blu3rsx:

16-Year-Old Egyptian Scientist Finds Way to Turn Plastic Waste Into $78 Million of Biofuel
What Azza proposes is to break down the plastic polymers found in drinks bottles and general waste and turn them into biofuel feedstock. (This is the bulk raw material that generally used for producing biofuel.) It should be noted that this is not a particularly new idea, but what makes Azza stand out from the crowd is the catalyst that she is proposing. She says that she has found a high-yield catalyst called aluminosilicate, that will break down plastic waste and also produce gaseous products like methane, propane and ethane, which can then be converted into ethanol.

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blu3rsx:

16-Year-Old Egyptian Scientist Finds Way to Turn Plastic Waste Into $78 Million of Biofuel

What Azza proposes is to break down the plastic polymers found in drinks bottles and general waste and turn them into biofuel feedstock. (This is the bulk raw material that generally used for producing biofuel.) It should be noted that this is not a particularly new idea, but what makes Azza stand out from the crowd is the catalyst that she is proposing. She says that she has found a high-yield catalyst called aluminosilicate, that will break down plastic waste and also produce gaseous products like methane, propane and ethane, which can then be converted into ethanol.
newsweek:

It’s Bob Dylan’s world. We just live in it.

I love Bob Dylan so much!!

newsweek:

It’s Bob Dylan’s world. We just live in it.

I love Bob Dylan so much!!