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tumblrbot asked: ROBOTS OR DINOSAURS?

robots, duh.

gaws:

howtotalktoblackgirlsatparties:

myslangiseditorial:

No snark, I’ve always wanted a pair of sneakers that were mummified by their own laces. Unfortunately, the price on these is only accessible to the people with incomes that allow them to eccentric shit like bath in gravy and eat marmalade.


Those are cheap tho
I picked mine up for like 200…
where at?

gaws:

howtotalktoblackgirlsatparties:

myslangiseditorial:

No snark, I’ve always wanted a pair of sneakers that were mummified by their own laces. Unfortunately, the price on these is only accessible to the people with incomes that allow them to eccentric shit like bath in gravy and eat marmalade.

Those are cheap tho

I picked mine up for like 200…

where at?

Scientists Create First Memory Expansion for Brain [Science]

Scientists Create First Memory Expansion for Brain [Science]: “

Imagine you can insert a memory card in your brain and go all Keanu Wow, I know Jiu-Jitsu! Reeves. It’s actually not that far away: Scientists have created a chip that allows rats to instantly know things. It’s amazing. More »

(Via Gizmodo.)

B - I’ve been waiting for this for quite some time. Funny how science fiction always leads the way forward into reality, even in those seemingly hopeless “far too futuristic” instances. Full article linked at the bottom of Gizmodo’s article.

so, instead of masturbating tonight, I watched modern dance.

what?

bring it on, summer

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F U C K   Y E A H ,   M O T H E R F U C K E R S !

Believing in Free Will Gives You More Power to Take Action

Oops….there’s no going back now…

Believing in Free Will Gives You More Power to Take Action [Brain Hacks]:

It’s kind of a paradox: having free will depends on whether or not you believe you have it. According to a recent study published in Psychological Science, when you deny the existence of free will you’re actually hindering your brain’s ability to perform voluntary action. More »

(Via Lifehacker.)

(Original study for those interested)

http://pss.sagepub.com/content/22/5/613.abstract