1. ultrafacts:

Source If you want more facts, follow Ultrafacts

    ultrafacts:

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  2. (Source: juststaywhelmed)

  3. sexybieb:

    if i was someones favourite blog i think i would cry

  4. exghoulfriend:

    variouscontent:

    catbountry:

    I really like it when kid’s movies do this sort of thing and manage to make it seem natural and not at all forced to be like “edgy” or whatever.

    and the parents’ associations got mad that the football player is gay…

    Paranorman is an extremely important (and good) movie for so many reasons and I will be forever bitter that it did not get more recognition and was generally kind of overlooked because that pointless rehash of Frankenweenie came out at the same time.

    (Source: bryko)

  5. matt112830:

sharplydressedtentacles:

banesidhe:

calming-tea:

samrgarrett:

outofthecavern:

opiatevampire:

theworldisconfused:

In addition to essentially inventing the computer, Alan Turing also broke the German Enigma Code during World War II which paved the way for the D-Day invasion. The man was a hyper-genius. I’ve read descriptions of his work by mathematical physicist Sir Roger Penrose. He’s been a hero of mine ever since.
The level of thought required to come up with the stuff he came up with is totally beyond my comprehension. I actually did not even know about his orientation until much later. He was prosecuted and ordered to undergo chemical castration. Soon thereafter, he committed suicide by eating a cyanide-laced apple.

The government forced him to take estrogen as a punishment (or “cure”?). He began to develop breasts and other side effects.
He committed suicide by biting into a cyanide laced apple. This is supposedly the inspiration for the name/logo of Apple computers.

omfg
omfg
and old Apple computers
the apple was a rainbow 







Reblogging again because more people need to know about Turing dammit.

Whoa…

    matt112830:

    sharplydressedtentacles:

    banesidhe:

    calming-tea:

    samrgarrett:

    outofthecavern:

    opiatevampire:

    theworldisconfused:

    In addition to essentially inventing the computer, Alan Turing also broke the German Enigma Code during World War II which paved the way for the D-Day invasion. The man was a hyper-genius. I’ve read descriptions of his work by mathematical physicist Sir Roger Penrose. He’s been a hero of mine ever since.

    The level of thought required to come up with the stuff he came up with is totally beyond my comprehension. I actually did not even know about his orientation until much later. He was prosecuted and ordered to undergo chemical castration. Soon thereafter, he committed suicide by eating a cyanide-laced apple.

    The government forced him to take estrogen as a punishment (or “cure”?). He began to develop breasts and other side effects.

    He committed suicide by biting into a cyanide laced apple. This is supposedly the inspiration for the name/logo of Apple computers.

    omfg

    omfg

    and old Apple computers

    the apple was a rainbow 

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    Reblogging again because more people need to know about Turing dammit.

    Whoa…

    (Source: communism-kills)

  6. fooleight:

    Torchwood S1E05

  7. ctrl-alt-bamf:

    Owen Harper you’re breaking my heart

  8. sswishswishstab:

    loveandchloroform:

    Nice outlaw name, did your mom pick it out for you?

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  9. earloffabulousness:

    this movie was a cinematic masterpiece 

    (Source: luxueuxshit)

  10. bubblecumcrisis:

    overlypolitebisexual:

    sparrow626:

    growley:

    growley:

    remember that one time i told mark sheppard i’d get whatever he replied to me with tattooed on my body

    i got that tattoo tonight 

    i met mark this weekend and the first thing he did was take a picture of me

    This is the current generation everyone. Just let that sink in.

    oh boo hoo someone got a tattoo that affects you in no way shape or form the world is ending

    on the other hand, that tattoo has so many practical applications.