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posted 12 minutes ago | via | © | 28542 #the queued doctor

jcatgrl:

copperbadge:

persinetteinthetower:

moriartythetease:

So what happens if two people who have promised their firstborn to separate witches have a child together? Do they both just pop up in the nursery and have a custody battle?

I need a book about a little girl whose parents had promised their firstborn to different witches and the only way that both ends of the deal were fulfilled was for them to have joint custody of the child.

I love it!

And then the witches, forced to share a cottage while raising their joint stolen child, fall in love…

posted 1 hour ago | via | © | 28027 #the queued doctor
Me: I want to see my OTP in this angsty situation
Me: *sees OTP in angsty situation*
Me: I don't even know what I was thinking this is terrible
reblog: laleiragoblin source: thetachibabe

dogshaming:

Tiny king of the castle

Who knew that our guinea pig has instilled such fear into the heart of our dog?

reblog: miwrighting source: dogshaming

anitagaughan:

Haven’t had the time to do any finished work, so here’s a warm-up and another (wip) version of the kelpie.

reblog: vivisic source: anitagaughan

posted 4 hours ago | via | © | 630 #cool #science #the queued doctor

geometrymatters:

The geometry of DNA: a structural revision

This proposed structure for DNA is wholly founded upon mathematical
principles. Although the geometrical modification to the base pairings is
relatively minor, the resulting double helix manifests a clarity altogether
distinct from that offered by Crick and Watson and it would appear to
shed light upon a number of areas of continuing uncertainty.

• Geometric equations predict the dimensions of DNA’s structure. Not
only does the pentagonal geometry predict the helical dimensions but
it would also demonstrate ‘principle causation’.
• The pentagonal geometry provides the dynamics required to build a
consistent, stable and uniform helical structure and also establishes
why there should be consistently ten bases contained within a single
turn of the helix. Incidentally, when converted to the molecular
dimension I would certainly predict degrees of variation, certainly
between 9.5 and 10.5 bases per turn, but perhaps even more.
• Both the hollow centre and side-by-side structural formation ensure
instant access at any point within the helix. This would permit the
DNA (even circular) to open and close during its replication functions
without entangling itself.
• The modification to the base pairing would appear to be able to exist
in either the enol or keto formations.
• While the sugar-phosphate backbones will undoubtedly prove integral
to the stability of the helical structure, it is the geometry of the basepair
molecules themselves

© Mark E. Curtis

lollipvps:

Why does the term monosexual rile so many gay folks up?
“It lumps us with straight people”
Um yeahhh, so does ‘Canadian’.
So does ‘female’.
A lot of things lump you with heterosexuals.
I wonder why this one word makes you all so mad. It makes you so mad to the point where you’ll disregard someone’s biphobic experience and attack them for using ‘monosexual’.

reblog: bi-privilege source: lollipvps

posted 5 hours ago | via | © | 23496 #the queued doctor

mustbekarma:

So far adulthood is just going grocery shopping, realizing you didn’t plan well or logically, going grocery shopping again, repeat ad infinitum. 0/10 stars, would not recommend

reblog: chinquix source: mustbekarma

posted 6 hours ago | via | © | 19745 #the queued doctor

felonyvandyke:

i want trans kids to be safe so badly.

posted 7 hours ago | via | © | 7339 #the queued doctor

casualcissexism:

"haha what do sjws want next, a bisexual disabled trans woman of color?"

yes

llbwwb:

(via 500px / SpottedHyena by Laura-Ann Hunter)

reblog: sherokutakari source: llbwwb

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