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thalassarche:

Something that never ceases to give me a sense of awe is this fact: In the right conditions, we are able to see with our own unaided eyes something that is 15 quintillion miles away—but not as it is now, as it was 2.5 million years ago. 

2.5 million years ago, hominids were just starting to make stone tools, and that was when the light left this collection of stars and planets and dust. We see not only into the far distance, but into the distant past, when we look at the Andromeda Galaxy.

Photo credit: 1: Luis Argeric, 2: fskr, 3: Mike Greenham

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justice4mikebrown:

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minutemanworld:

ladyhistory:

More this-is-getting-out-of-hand Captioned Adventures of George Washington

PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV | PART V

I must admit, the “British are red, continentals are blue,” one made me laugh

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blackmen:

Jesse Williams and the depiction of Michael Brown — x

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jtotheizzoe:

ecosapienshow:

Are we in the midst of a sixth mass extinction? 

Source -  NYT graphics editor Bill Marsh

Welcome to the Anthropocene, folks.

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