peterfromtexas:

Jindo Miracle Sea Festival

Once a year in Jindo in Jeollanam-do Province, the seas mysteriously part and visitors can walk through the sea from the mainland to a nearby island. This phenomenon is caused due to the difference in high tides and low tides, which creates a 2.8-kilometer-long road measuring 40 to 60 meters in width. The Jindo Miracle Sea Festival takes place at the same time as this phenomenon. Visitors can enjoy walking along the sea road, gathering abalone and various other fun activities that make up the festival program. The spectacular sight of the waves parting is widely known and many people travel to Korea from all over the world just to witness this amazing event.

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katt-wade:

Johnny Galecki, regarding rumors about him being gay.

I’m reblogging this again because it’s one of the best things to have ever been said ever.

supercars-photography:

Draft Punk and Lotus team.

supercars-photography:

Draft Punk and Lotus team.

toxicrants:

toocooltobehipster:

To donate £5 to the charity supporting the male victims of domestic abuse, text the message: MKDV46 to 70070
Click here to watch the video

Spread this like wild fire; don’t laugh and stand by just because it’s a guy.

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matiasr:

Por esto. Por esto me cargan los ciclistas de vereda

Veredistas en su mejor expresión 

matiasr:

Por esto. Por esto me cargan los ciclistas de vereda

Veredistas en su mejor expresión 

Reblogged from Sauce Babilonia
jajajajaja a veces pasa no? jajaja

jajajajaja a veces pasa no? jajaja

casadaperonomuerta:

PEQUEÑOS ACTOS DE AMABILIDAD HACEN UN MUNDO MEJOR… 

Reblogged from Sauce Babilonia

Milosav Druckmüller is, hands down, the greatest eclipse photographer in the world. Fact.

IMPRESIONANTE

Reblogged from ¿Guardar y Salir?

stefon-sondheim:

This is the best story I’ve ever written

Reblogged from wall of shame
anthropologyadventures:

pewresearch:

Who believes in evolution?

The thing I find most problematic about these survey results (other than the fact that not everyone believes in evolution) is that people are more likely to believe that “animals” have evolved than to believe that humans have evolved.  
Humans are animals!  Of course we have advanced brains and greatly developed methods of adapting to our environments - but we are still just animals who are subject to biological pressures.  Why would we be any less likely to evolve than other animals? 

anthropologyadventures:

pewresearch:

Who believes in evolution?

The thing I find most problematic about these survey results (other than the fact that not everyone believes in evolution) is that people are more likely to believe that “animals” have evolved than to believe that humans have evolved.  

Humans are animals!  Of course we have advanced brains and greatly developed methods of adapting to our environments - but we are still just animals who are subject to biological pressures.  Why would we be any less likely to evolve than other animals? 

Reblogged from Ciza's civilization