Sometimes I am really bad at being a human being.
Well done society.
I swear if this gets any more notes then I fear for the next generation.
Okay, but think about how many people won’t reblog this. Think about how many people don’t want to admit that they’ve been bullied, how many people think it doesn’t matter, it isn’t important, because they’ve been bullied so long that they think they don’t matter, and they’re not important.
This post can be an eye opener if you’ve forgotten that thousands (dare I- yes I dare- say millions) of people are bullied every day by their peers, coworkers, teachers, parents, political leaders… but never let bullying become a number to you.
Always remember that this is about people. People like your brother or sister. People like that kid on DeviantArt. People like that waiter who got your order wrong, twice. People on the internet who have a different opinion on abortion than you do.
And remember that nobody, even bullies, deserves to be bullied.
There will always be a special place in my heart for various-artist composer homage albums.
Am I the only one who wants the crystal gems to have like…inhuman ultimate monster forms?!?!
CUZ ALL I’M IMAGINING RIGHT NOW ARE GIANT MONSTROUS CHIMERA BEASTS OF INFINITE BEAUTY AND JUSTICE
yo what would a molecule of steel look like?
As far as I understand this one, steel is an alloy- which means that what makes steel steel is not a particular kind of molecule, but a particular arrangement of molecules. Steel in particular is an alloy of iron and carbon, and so as you look at steel on a molecular level, you would see iron molecules and carbon molecules, nested together. This nesting of different sized molecules is what makes steel stronger than iron- like structural reinforcement on a tiny, tiny scale.
so can someone explain what fire is?
Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong, science friends, but as far as I understand it fire is not an actual physical substance, but rather a process. When you look at a burning piece of paper, you see a few things- you see the paper, you see the flame, you see smoke, and you see ash where the paper has been burnt away. What is happening is that the paper (along with oxygen and other gasses from the air) is being turned into smoke and ash, and what you see as the flame is a mixture of solid and gaseous particles (from the paper and the air) that are all emitting heat and light as a product of the burning process. It’s an oxidation process, similar to rusting (which produces some heat,) except that it is happening very quickly
Long story short, a flame is not its own kind of substance, but rather a collection of particles from the thing being burnt, and they are glowing and hot because of the reaction they are undergoing.