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July 26 2014


Lágrimas tibias, lágrimas saladas,
que brotan por causas variadas,
a veces son tristes,
a veces melancólicas,
resultado del dolor o la angustia,
lágrimas, siempre puras, 
siempre mediadoras entre el caos y la calma.

Lágrimas que tú nunca expusiste,
pese a afirmar que la situación te sobrepasaba,
lágrimas que brotaron de mis ojos tristes 
mientras te limitas a pedir perdón,
pero incapaz de sentir el mal que causabas.
Amor destructivo

Regresas y te vas, 
es la misma historia siempre,
te vas porque quieres
y no te quedes porque dices que no puedes

¿Que si estoy cansado?
Claro que lo estoy,
pero no debido a tu mal trato, no,
estoy cansado de tu ausencia, de no tenerte.

Cada que vuelves
te robas una parte de mí,
dejándome en cada ocasión más marchitado.

Pero querida, vuelve,
no importa cuantas veces, vuelve, 
hasta que me dejes completamente arruinado...

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October 03 2012

Do you think that the chain-ladder on the right, plummeting into free space, falls faster,slower, or at the same speed as the one that hits the table? 

Everything you know from physics class tells you that they should fall at the same rate, no matter if there’s a table underneath one or open space. Guess what? You’re wrong. The ladder that hits the table falls faster.

Here’s why: You’ll notice that the rungs of the ladder are offset, with short and long segments linking each rung. When the lower end of one rung hits the table, it actually pulls down on the end that hasn’t hit (thanks to angular momentum) and accelerates it down to the table. It’s just like how if you hold one end of a ruler on a table and pull up on the other, it whips down like a guillotine.

Rung after rung, the lagging end pulls down on the short segments of rope, accelerating the ladder and speeding up the fall. Here’s the whole saga:

via It's Okay To Be Smart • Let’s take a poll. Do you think that the...

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makin my way downtown


walkin fast


faces pass and im homebound


This thing belongs in Silent Hill.

why does that statue even exist

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