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aisurusenka:

celestialdeth:



Ask Siri if it plans to fill your room with deadly neurotoxin

aisurusenka:

celestialdeth:

Ask Siri if it plans to fill your room with deadly neurotoxin

(Source: miingyang, via cyclonite711)

captainraythegreat:

momochanners:

mizzjade:

wolfraid:

Mystic.

I spent years thinking narwhals were completely fictional.

I spent years thinking narwhals were completely fictional.

*raises hand*

whispers "Me too…"

When i was little, my uncle Robbie colored every picture I ever saw of a Narwhal with a rainbow-colored horn and told me they were called Rainbow Narwhals. I didn’t find out they weren’t rainbow colored until i was a lot older it made me sad

(Source: awkwardsituationist, via lestergaards)

professorfangirl:

wibblywobblyspookywooky:

pocketangels:

an english major, an art major, and a film major walk into a bar

they all get ridiculed for pursuing what they love

plot twist: together they create the most dramatically intricate and visually compelling pieces of cinema the world has ever seen and make a cultural milestone and also a billion dollars

(via candidcadences)

penguintim asked: The cast/crew of Sherlock and Supernatural are the Justin Biebers of Tumblr. They can do/say as much disgusting/offensive shit as they want, but they'll always have a throng of mindless fans to excuse every last shitty thing, and hate on anybody who acknowledges that they're anything less than perfect.

stfu-superwholock:

pretty much

Okay, I need to sort this out.

Science Fiction is stretching the boundaries of science to improbably proportions based on what we understand about the Universe. This requires a lot of imagination and also means that we must develop situations in our heads which are not bound by humanity’s perception, or at least limited interaction, with the world around us. There must always be a reason grounded in known fact or, at least, scientific theory. The aim of Science Fiction is to explore the wonders of the cosmos and oped our minds to show us just how incredible and amazing reality can still be.

Fantasy is the impossible. Fantasy is a world where the impossible is real and the rules only apply to that world because they simply wouldn’t work here. It is by no means a lesser or untrue version of storytelling compared to sci-fi, but its aim is to create worlds where anything is possible. It seeks to free the mind and enhance the imagination, complementing sci-fi but never meeting as one.

There are examples where this is possible, however, where it is established that even the fantasy elements have a logical and scientific co-existence with the real world, which nullifies the fantasy elements. There: rant over.