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cazadordementes:

EL MÉXICO DE LOS MEXICANOS

  1. Abuela y sonrisa: La alegría al tortera hace de la comida algo delicioso, el fuego la cocina, pero la abuela le da el sabor, que es de pura alegría.
  2. Mujeres y alegría: Solo la cocina, la de fogón, sabe guardar bien los secretos que provocan las risas de estas mujeres.
  3. Abuela de fuego y cacao: Bien tostados, en fogón, los granos de cacao y otros mejunjes se baten para crear el popa , bebida prehispánica que tiene en Veracruz un estilo muy especial.
  4. Abuela y fogón: Conectada con la tierra y el fuego , la abuela sopla suavecito, anima la lumbre a despertar y, junto ella, transportarnos al pasado.
  5. Pies y tierra: Una conexión especial con el ambiente tienen aquellas que caminan pisando la tierra, más aún si son mujeres de fuego.
  6. El metate: El metate y la habilidad de las mujeres crearon las tortillas, nada más mexicano que una tortilla de mano, con masa de metate.
  7. Abuela y gallinas: La mejor comida es la hecha en casa, con fuego y barro, con gallinas de patio, con amor y alegría.
  8. Abuela y metate: Las mujeres de fogón, gustan también del metate, tan tradicional como sus recetas.
  9. Abuela y maíz: La comida se prepara desde la milpa, y jugar con ella la hace más sabrosa, este maíz pronto será nixtamal y terminara, sobre el fogón, en tortilla o tamal.
  10. Abuela de fuego: Pensativa y observadora cocina con leña, levantando llamas encendidas como su propia mirada.
Tequila 

Tequila 

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opticallyaroused:

Hanging Lake

Hidden nearly a thousand feet up in the steep walls of Glenwood Canyon sits Hanging Lake, its crystal clear waters brilliantly reflecting the intense blue-green of the sky and trees surrounding. July 18, 2007 in Colorado, USA.

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mentalalchemy:

Reporter quits after talking about a marijuana business she owned herself.

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antikythera-astronomy:

Have you ever wondered how we do space travel?
There’s a special little trick that space agencies use that allows them to travel hundreds of millions of miles without needing any fuel at all… they use Newtonian mechanics. 
An object in motion stays in motion. If you’re in orbit around Earth, to travel to Mars without carrying up tons and tons of fuel, all you need to do is wait until you’re at the right part of your orbit, put the pedal to the metal for a few minutes then turn it off. 
What happens when you accelerate forward when you’re already in orbit? You change the shape of the orbit! Using this trick all we need to do to travel the solar system is simply orbit to our locations. This is called a Hohmann transfer orbit.
Using orbits to travel space has a downside. What you gain in efficiency of fuel and cost you lose in opportunity.
All the bodies of the solar system orbit around the Sun at different speeds and so this creates a situation where we need to wait for “launch windows” to open up, times where we can launch into a Hohmann transfer orbit and expect to arrive at a certain place of orbit the same time as our destination gets there.

antikythera-astronomy:

Have you ever wondered how we do space travel?

There’s a special little trick that space agencies use that allows them to travel hundreds of millions of miles without needing any fuel at all… they use Newtonian mechanics.

An object in motion stays in motion. If you’re in orbit around Earth, to travel to Mars without carrying up tons and tons of fuel, all you need to do is wait until you’re at the right part of your orbit, put the pedal to the metal for a few minutes then turn it off.

What happens when you accelerate forward when you’re already in orbit? You change the shape of the orbit! Using this trick all we need to do to travel the solar system is simply orbit to our locations. This is called a Hohmann transfer orbit.

Using orbits to travel space has a downside. What you gain in efficiency of fuel and cost you lose in opportunity.

All the bodies of the solar system orbit around the Sun at different speeds and so this creates a situation where we need to wait for “launch windows” to open up, times where we can launch into a Hohmann transfer orbit and expect to arrive at a certain place of orbit the same time as our destination gets there.

wowowowow I’ve been having the best sex ever with someone lately and it’s just so freeing. I literally feel more light from all the stress relief. what makes it even better is the conversations we have beforehand. I can’t get over it. blah deleting this soon probz

afgans:

Maria Sabina picking mushrooms in Oaxaca, Mexico, by Gusmano Cesaretti, May 1982.

afgans:

Maria Sabina picking mushrooms in Oaxaca, Mexico, by Gusmano Cesaretti, May 1982.

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crustacean420:

this looks exactly like my life

crustacean420:

this looks exactly like my life

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vintagegal:

Happy Birthday Joan Jett (September 22, 1958) (via)

vintagegal:

Happy Birthday Joan Jett (September 22, 1958) (via)

rhamphotheca:

Toxic Toupee:  Explaining the Nation’s Most Toxic Caterpillar
by Carrie Arnold
No warm and fuzzy here—a possible boom in a highly toxic but irresistibly touchable caterpillar is sending people in the eastern U.S. to the hospital.
Young children from Florida to North Carolina are reporting excruciating pain after coming into contact with the most venomous caterpillar in the U.S., the furry puss caterpillar aka "asp" , the larva of the Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis), according to news reports. Some have petted the insect; others have been injured when the caterpillars fell onto them from trees.
The puss caterpillar got its name because it resembles a cuddly house cat, said University of Florida entomologist Don Hall. While these insects may look soft, their outer comb-over (which some have compared to a toupee) hides small, extremely toxic spines that stick in your skin…
(read more: National Geographic)
photos: George Grail, National Geo
(Also see “Scat-Firing Caterpillars Elude Predators.”)

i’ve seen these in mexico, I also wanted to touch one, thankfully a local warned me their cuddly appearance was a mere disguise c: 

rhamphotheca:

Toxic Toupee:  Explaining the Nation’s Most Toxic Caterpillar

by Carrie Arnold

No warm and fuzzy here—a possible boom in a highly toxic but irresistibly touchable caterpillar is sending people in the eastern U.S. to the hospital.

Young children from Florida to North Carolina are reporting excruciating pain after coming into contact with the most venomous caterpillar in the U.S., the furry puss caterpillar aka "asp" , the larva of the Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis), according to news reports. Some have petted the insect; others have been injured when the caterpillars fell onto them from trees.

The puss caterpillar got its name because it resembles a cuddly house cat, said University of Florida entomologist Don Hall. While these insects may look soft, their outer comb-over (which some have compared to a toupee) hides small, extremely toxic spines that stick in your skin…

(read more: National Geographic)

photos: George Grail, National Geo

(Also see “Scat-Firing Caterpillars Elude Predators.”)

i’ve seen these in mexico, I also wanted to touch one, thankfully a local warned me their cuddly appearance was a mere disguise c: 

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