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S. Sh/xe lives where the sin is.

fashion: street and high street ¡ ballet ¡ loli fashion ¡ urban space ¡ art ¡ hand weapons ¡ being chronically poisoned by society ¡ witchery ; Japanese

(& #dreadpiratetextposts.)
drty m¥tha
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liltale-calo-a-lomino:

Remus Lupin and marauders
Based on the book “Harry Potter” (J.K.Rowling) 
© Liltale calo a lomino | vk.com/lilta
liltale-calo-a-lomino:

Remus Lupin and marauders
Based on the book “Harry Potter” (J.K.Rowling) 
© Liltale calo a lomino | vk.com/lilta
liltale-calo-a-lomino:

Remus Lupin and marauders
Based on the book “Harry Potter” (J.K.Rowling) 
© Liltale calo a lomino | vk.com/lilta
liltale-calo-a-lomino:

Remus Lupin and marauders
Based on the book “Harry Potter” (J.K.Rowling) 
© Liltale calo a lomino | vk.com/lilta
liltale-calo-a-lomino:

Remus Lupin and marauders
Based on the book “Harry Potter” (J.K.Rowling) 
© Liltale calo a lomino | vk.com/lilta
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amnescia:

 
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kimnovaks:

Romy Schneider, Sophia Loren and Anita Ekberg in “Boccaccio  ’70”
kimnovaks:

Romy Schneider, Sophia Loren and Anita Ekberg in “Boccaccio  ’70”
kimnovaks:

Romy Schneider, Sophia Loren and Anita Ekberg in “Boccaccio  ’70”
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vintagegal:

Anita Ekberg photographed by Peter Basch, 1956
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kureira-bow:

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neoafrican:

Phyllis Hyman 
neoafrican:

Phyllis Hyman 
neoafrican:

Phyllis Hyman 
neoafrican:

Phyllis Hyman 
neoafrican:

Phyllis Hyman 
neoafrican:

Phyllis Hyman 
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mare-moment:

long-spot-to-freedom:

bunnyfood:

(via lawebloca)

The only acceptable way to do the ice bucket challenge with your horse.

The horse is like “alright u fuckin idiot here comes that cold ass water.”
"Idfk why I’m friends with u"
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diabolicalillumination:

Fluid Tests Hint at Concrete Quantum Reality
(Image: A droplet bouncing on the surface of a liquid has been found to exhibit many quantum-like properties, including double-slit interference, tunneling and energy quantization. Image courtesy John Bush.)
The idea that nature is inherently probabilistic — that particles have no hard properties, only likelihoods, until they are observed — is directly implied by the standard equations of quantum mechanics. But now a set of surprising experiments with fluids has revived old skepticism about that worldview. The bizarre results are fueling interest in an almost forgotten version of quantum mechanics, one that never gave up the idea of a single, concrete reality.
The experiments involve an oil droplet that bounces along the surface of a liquid. The droplet gently sloshes the liquid with every bounce. At the same time, ripples from past bounces affect its course. The droplet’s interaction with its own ripples, which form what’s known as a pilot wave, causes it to exhibit behaviors previously thought to be peculiar to elementary particles — including behaviors seen as evidence that these particles are spread through space like waves, without any specific location, until they are measured.
Particles at the quantum scale seem to do things that human-scale objects do not do. They can tunnel through barriers, spontaneously arise or annihilate, and occupy discrete energy levels. This new body of research reveals that oil droplets, when guided by pilot waves, also exhibit these quantum-like features.
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