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kawaiigod:

"Iont like that pic delete it bruh"

kawaiigod:

"Iont like that pic delete it bruh"

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kafkasapartment:

"Tea Drives Away the Droops," 1936. Poster, color lithograph.

kafkasapartment:

"Tea Drives Away the Droops," 1936. Poster, color lithograph.

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horoscope: aries enjoy breathing air and good food

girl: yaaaaassss bitch thats me as hell

b-itch-y:

Me

b-itch-y:

Me

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space-grunge:

whoa
lambandserpent:

A whale fall is the carcass of a cetacean that has fallen into the Bathyal or Abyssal zone on the ocean floor. As they are found at depths of 2,000 m or 6,600 ft, they create complex localized ecosystems that supply sustenance to deep-sea organisms for decades. This is unlike in shallower waters, where a whale carcass will be consumed by scavengers over a relatively short period of time. It was with the development of deep-sea robotic exploration that whale falls were first observed in the late 1970s.

lambandserpent:

A whale fall is the carcass of a cetacean that has fallen into the Bathyal or Abyssal zone on the ocean floor. As they are found at depths of 2,000 m or 6,600 ft, they create complex localized ecosystems that supply sustenance to deep-sea organisms for decades. This is unlike in shallower waters, where a whale carcass will be consumed by scavengers over a relatively short period of time. It was with the development of deep-sea robotic exploration that whale falls were first observed in the late 1970s.

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drencrome:

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biomedicalephemera:

Twenty-three year old Viennese woman, before and after contracting cholera
One mid-19th century report describes cholera victims who were “one minute warm, palpitating, human organisms - the next a sort of galvanized corpse, with icy breath, stopped pulse and blood congealed - blue, shrivelled up, convulsed”. Cholera causes profuse vomiting and diarrhoea, dehydrating the body so rapidly and severely that the blood thickens and the skin becomes deathlike and blue.
Image from the Wellcome Archives

biomedicalephemera:

Twenty-three year old Viennese woman, before and after contracting cholera

One mid-19th century report describes cholera victims who were “one minute warm, palpitating, human organisms - the next a sort of galvanized corpse, with icy breath, stopped pulse and blood congealed - blue, shrivelled up, convulsed”. Cholera causes profuse vomiting and diarrhoea, dehydrating the body so rapidly and severely that the blood thickens and the skin becomes deathlike and blue.

Image from the Wellcome Archives

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Landi Edoardo

Landi Edoardo

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cupcaketaylor:

starr8:

*wine*oh shit, camera*tea*

there is nothing better than this 

cupcaketaylor:

starr8:

*wine*
oh shit, camera
*tea*

there is nothing better than this 

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