1. 14:30 19th Apr 2014

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    sollertias:

Tristan and Isolt by Rogelio de Egusquiza, 1910 (detail)

    sollertias:

    Tristan and Isolt by Rogelio de Egusquiza, 1910 (detail)

     
  2. 14:30

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    (Source: rami3l)

     
  3. 14:29

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    iceageiscoming:

    unoetrino:

    teddy roosevelt è dio

    Il nonno di Ron Swanson

    (Source: highenergyjewtrino)

     
  4. 22:05 17th Apr 2014

    Notes: 136

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    adciardelli:

art-and-anarchism:

Strength Through Unity, Unity Through Faith

Happy 1984

    adciardelli:

    art-and-anarchism:

    Strength Through Unity, Unity Through Faith

    Happy 1984

    (Source: leftside1312)

     
  5. 21:57 16th Apr 2014

    Notes: 440

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  6. 18:46 15th Apr 2014

    Notes: 1997

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  7. 18:40

    Notes: 36

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    (Source: skullmanskull)

     
  8. 18:39

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    jthenr-comics-vault:

    WATCHMEN #6 (Feb. 1987)
    "The Abyss Gazes Also"
    Art by Dave Gibbons & John Higgins 
    Words by Alan Moore

     
  9. 18:32

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    image: Download

    (Source: cchhiiaakkii)

     
  10. 10:01

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    biomedicalephemera:

    Uvulas!

    We all know about our uvula - or at least the palatine uvula - the one in our mouths. This hanging mass at the back of our mouth is formed from the soft palate, and is involved in the gag reflex and some languages (but not English). But did you know that we have more uvulas than just that?

    Uvula means “little grape"in Latin, and a swollen uvula is called "ūvawhich is simply “grape”. Hanging grapes everywhere!

    Everyone also has a cerebellar uvula, which is right next to the cerebellar tonsils (more tonsils!) and at the end of the cerebeallar vermis (“cerebellar worm”). This area of the brain is involved in posture and locomotion.

    In addition to both of those, males also have a uvula of the urinary bladder. This is less of a “little grape”, and more of a slight elevation in the internal urethral orifice, caused by the prostate.

    Anatomy: Descriptive and Surgical. Gray’s Anatomy, 1918.
    [illustration source]