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neutrons: friend-called-boxcar who was the fool who was tasked with naming the galax y and the only adjective they could think of was skazuhira-miller scientist: (gazing up at space) scientist: sure is a milky boy freshfriedtrash NO YOU DONT UNDERSTAND MERS ARE THE SHITTEST EVER AT ASTRONO NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT When it came time to name the two theoretical particle types that might be dark matter THEY INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND MACHOS I SHIT YOU NOT THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING ANYTHING braincoins I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this more than once m walking down the street and I'm like pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind, I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the audience? [some clapping] Yeah, you know what I'm talking about. The most important molecule in the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS abbreviate it as DNA'! But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man, we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons? NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we cal " lled it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT the-scarlet-spider okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist nonsense bc their naming methods are the bane of my existence gallusrostromegalus I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs See this beautiful creature? It's a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines, which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested alive by the sponge's skin. Amazing, beautiful and profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many cool names. Could have drawn on mythology (I think Scylla would have been an appropriate reference), the region it was found in, the textured skin, PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything! You wanna know what they called it? PING-PONG TREE SPONGE. Good job, marine biologists. Source: friend-called-boxcar Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.
 neutrons: friend-called-boxcar
 who was the fool who was tasked with naming the
 galax
 y and the only adjective they could think of was
 skazuhira-miller
 scientist: (gazing up at space)
 scientist: sure is a milky boy
 freshfriedtrash
 NO
 YOU DONT UNDERSTAND
 MERS ARE THE SHITTEST EVER AT
 ASTRONO
 NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT
 When it came time to name the two theoretical
 particle types that might be dark matter THEY
 INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT
 THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND
 MACHOS I SHIT YOU NOT
 THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING
 ANYTHING
 braincoins
 I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson
 himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this
 more than once
 m walking down the street and I'm like
 pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually
 that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind,
 I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the
 audience? [some clapping] Yeah, you know what
 I'm talking about. The most important molecule in
 the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE
 SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS
 abbreviate it as DNA'!
 But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man,
 we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons?
 NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF
 You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we
 cal "
 lled it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT
 the-scarlet-spider
 okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist
 nonsense bc their naming methods are the
 bane of my existence
 gallusrostromegalus
 I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise
 you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs
 See this beautiful creature?
 It's a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off
 of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as
 it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking
 orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines,
 which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to
 bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested
 alive by the sponge's skin. Amazing, beautiful and
 profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many
 cool names. Could have drawn on mythology (I think
 Scylla would have been an appropriate reference),
 the region it was found in, the textured skin,
 PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything!
 You wanna know what they called it?
 PING-PONG TREE SPONGE.
 Good job, marine biologists.
 Source: friend-called-boxcar
Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.

Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.

neutrons: tyleroakley perks-of-being-chinese glenjamin-danzig who was the fool who was tasked with naming the galaxy and the only adjective they could think of was skazuhira-miller scientist: (gazing up at space) scientist: i sure is a milky boy freshfriedtrash NO YOU DONT UNDERSTAND ASTRONOMERS ARE THE SHITTIEST EVER AT NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT When it came time to name the two theoretical particle types that might be dark matter THEY INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND "MACHOS" I SHIT YOU NOT THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING ANYTHING braincoins I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this more than once I'm walking down the street and I'm like 'ooh pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually, that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind, I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the audience? [some clappingl Yeah, you know what I'm talking about. The most important molecule in the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS abbreviate it as DNA! But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man, we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons? NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF. You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we called it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT the-scarlet-spider okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist nonsense bc their naming methods are the bane of my existence gallusrostromegalus I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs. See this beautiful creature? a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines, which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested alive skin. Amazing, beautiful and profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many cool names. Could have drawn on mythology ( think Scylla would have been an appropriate reference), the region it was found in, the textured skin, PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything! by the sponge's You wanna know what they called it? PING-PONG TREE SPONGE. Good job, marine biologists. Source: friend-called-boxcar Scientists and their naming systems
 neutrons: tyleroakley
 perks-of-being-chinese
 glenjamin-danzig
 who was the fool who was tasked with naming the
 galaxy and the only adjective they could think of was
 skazuhira-miller
 scientist: (gazing up at space)
 scientist:
 i sure is a milky boy
 freshfriedtrash
 NO
 YOU DONT UNDERSTAND
 ASTRONOMERS ARE THE SHITTIEST EVER AT
 NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT
 When it came time to name the two theoretical particle
 types that might be dark matter THEY INTENTIONALLY
 CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT THE ACRONYMS
 WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND "MACHOS" I SHIT YOU
 NOT
 THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING ANYTHING
 braincoins
 I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson himself
 LAST NIGHT and he went on about this more than
 once
 I'm walking down the street and I'm like 'ooh pretty
 rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually, that's
 anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind, I don't
 want it anymore. Any biologists in the audience?
 [some clappingl Yeah, you know what I'm talking
 about. The most important molecule in the human
 body, what did you name it? It has NINE SYLLABLES
 and it's so long that even YOU GUYS abbreviate it as
 DNA!
 But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man, we
 call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons? NEUTRON
 STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF. You know
 that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we called it?
 JUPITER'S RED SPOT
 the-scarlet-spider
 okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist nonsense bc
 their naming methods are the bane of my existence
 gallusrostromegalus
 I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise
 you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs.
 See this beautiful creature?
 a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off of
 Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as it's
 about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking orbs are
 covered in millions of tiny hooked spines, which latch
 onto anything unfortunate enough to bump into it, and
 hold it in place as it is digested alive
 skin. Amazing, beautiful and profoundly creepy. They
 could have given it so many cool names. Could have
 drawn on mythology ( think Scylla would have been an
 appropriate reference), the region it was found in, the
 textured skin, PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything!
 by the sponge's
 You wanna know what they called it?
 PING-PONG TREE SPONGE.
 Good job, marine biologists.
 Source: friend-called-boxcar
Scientists and their naming systems

Scientists and their naming systems

neutrons: The collision of a pair of neutron stars, marked by ripples through the fabric of space-time and a flaslh brighter than a billion suns, has been witnessed for the first time in the most intensely observed astronomical event to date. The sequence, in which the two ultra-dense stars spiralled inwards, violently collided and, in all likelihood, immediately collapsed into a black hole, was first picked up by the US-based Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (Ligo). It's probably the first observation of a black hole being created where there was none before. Gravitational waves were first directly detected two years ago, proving Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity. Those gravitational waves were the result of two black holes colliding, and the signal lasted for only a fraction of a second. Because black holes don't emit light, these waves were invisible and only "heard" as thumps This discovery of two neutron stars colliding to create the same type of waves, in addition to light, allowed astronomers to study gravitational waves in a new way. The signal lasted for 100 seconds, providing them with even more data and insight. It revealed that light and gravitational waves travel at the same speed. Previously, scientists had speculated that the sheer force of neutron star collisions would be enough to force extra neutrons into the nuclei of atoms, forging heavy elements like gold and platinum, but until now this idea was purely theoretical. "This is the first real confirmation that heavy elements such as gold, platinum and uranium are either solely or predominantly produced in binary neutron star collisions," Dave Reitze, executive director of Ligo, "The wedding band on your finger or the gold watch you're wearing was most likely produced a billion years ago by two neutron stars colliding. That's pretty cool. Theories and mysteries were tested and revealed in this rare observation. Events like this happen less than 100 times per million years in a galaxy First-Seen Neutron Stars Collision Solve Major Astronomical Mysteries
 neutrons: The collision of a pair of neutron stars, marked by
 ripples through the fabric of space-time and a flaslh
 brighter than a billion suns, has been witnessed for
 the first time in the most intensely observed
 astronomical event to date.
 The sequence, in which the two ultra-dense stars
 spiralled inwards, violently collided and, in all
 likelihood, immediately collapsed into a black hole,
 was first picked up by the US-based Laser
 Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory
 (Ligo). It's probably the first observation of a black
 hole being created where there was none before.
 Gravitational waves were first directly detected two
 years ago, proving Albert Einstein's theory of general
 relativity. Those gravitational waves were the result
 of two black holes colliding, and the signal lasted for
 only a fraction of a second. Because black holes
 don't emit light, these waves were invisible and only
 "heard" as thumps
 This discovery of two neutron stars colliding to
 create the same type of waves, in addition to light,
 allowed astronomers to study gravitational waves in
 a new way. The signal lasted for 100 seconds,
 providing them with even more data and insight. It
 revealed that light and gravitational waves travel at
 the same speed.
 Previously, scientists had speculated that the sheer
 force of neutron star collisions would be enough to
 force extra neutrons into the nuclei of atoms, forging
 heavy elements like gold and platinum, but until now
 this idea was purely theoretical.
 "This is the first real confirmation that heavy
 elements such as gold, platinum and uranium are
 either solely or predominantly produced in binary
 neutron star collisions," Dave Reitze, executive
 director of Ligo, "The wedding band on your finger or
 the gold watch you're wearing was most likely
 produced a billion years ago by two neutron stars
 colliding. That's pretty cool.
 Theories and mysteries were tested and revealed in
 this rare observation. Events like this happen less
 than 100 times per million years in a galaxy
First-Seen Neutron Stars Collision Solve Major Astronomical Mysteries

First-Seen Neutron Stars Collision Solve Major Astronomical Mysteries

neutrons: D-O-D DARKSIDE OF DIMENSION Makhluk Ini Bertahan Hidup hingga Matahari Mati Suatu saat nanti, Matahari pasti mati. Pusat Tata Surya diperkirakan akan tamat sekitar 5 miliar tahun lagi. Jutaan tahun sebelum bintang itu berkembang jadi 'raksasa merah, semua manusia yang ada di Bumi dipastikan binasa. Namun, bukan berarti kehidupan berakhir di muka Bumi. Ilmuwan mengatakan, ada makhluk tangguh yang masih bisa bertahan, satu-satunya spesies yang dapat bertahan hidup hingga Matahari mati. Makhluk itu adalah tardigrade atau dikenal sebagai beruang air yang ukurannya sangat kecil. Meski kecoak dianggap sebagai salah satu makhluk paling 'bandel' dapat hidup meski tak memiliki kepala, namun tardigrade dapat bertahan hidup dan akan terus berkembang selama sekitar 10 miliar tahun dalam kondisi sangat ekstrem. Organisme yang dapat ditemukan di seluruh dunia itu, dapat bertahan hidup di dalam tekanan ekstrem. Ia juga bisa hidup di ruang vakum antariksa selama beberapa hari dan hidup hingga 30 tahun tanpa makanan dan air. Ketika berada dalam kondisi beku, tardigrade, makhluk tersebut memasuki keadaan yang disebut cryptobiosis. Dalam kondisi itu, proses metabolismenya akan dimatikan dan tak menunjukkan tanda-tanda kehidupan. Hal serupa juga berlaku saat mereka berada dalam kondisi benar-benar kering. Mereka bisa berada pada keadaan tersebut sebelum dihidupkan kembali. Peneliti dari Oxford dan Harvard University menemukan bahwa kemampuan menakjubkan tardigrade, membuat mereka dapat bertahan hidup dari bencana yang dapat melenyapkan seluruh kehidupan di Bumi. Ledakan dahsyat energi elektromagnetik atau dikenal dengan semburan sinar gamma yang diduga akan terjadi jika bintang neutron bertabrakan atau lubang hitam terbentuk, dapat menjadi ancaman bagi atrdigrade. Namun, hingga saat ini tidak ada yang cukup dekat untuk menghapus spesiesnya, kecuali mimiperi. Sumber: Liputan6
 neutrons: D-O-D
 DARKSIDE
 OF DIMENSION
 Makhluk Ini
 Bertahan Hidup
 hingga Matahari Mati
Suatu saat nanti, Matahari pasti mati. Pusat Tata Surya diperkirakan akan tamat sekitar 5 miliar tahun lagi. Jutaan tahun sebelum bintang itu berkembang jadi 'raksasa merah, semua manusia yang ada di Bumi dipastikan binasa. Namun, bukan berarti kehidupan berakhir di muka Bumi. Ilmuwan mengatakan, ada makhluk tangguh yang masih bisa bertahan, satu-satunya spesies yang dapat bertahan hidup hingga Matahari mati. Makhluk itu adalah tardigrade atau dikenal sebagai beruang air yang ukurannya sangat kecil. Meski kecoak dianggap sebagai salah satu makhluk paling 'bandel' dapat hidup meski tak memiliki kepala, namun tardigrade dapat bertahan hidup dan akan terus berkembang selama sekitar 10 miliar tahun dalam kondisi sangat ekstrem. Organisme yang dapat ditemukan di seluruh dunia itu, dapat bertahan hidup di dalam tekanan ekstrem. Ia juga bisa hidup di ruang vakum antariksa selama beberapa hari dan hidup hingga 30 tahun tanpa makanan dan air. Ketika berada dalam kondisi beku, tardigrade, makhluk tersebut memasuki keadaan yang disebut cryptobiosis. Dalam kondisi itu, proses metabolismenya akan dimatikan dan tak menunjukkan tanda-tanda kehidupan. Hal serupa juga berlaku saat mereka berada dalam kondisi benar-benar kering. Mereka bisa berada pada keadaan tersebut sebelum dihidupkan kembali. Peneliti dari Oxford dan Harvard University menemukan bahwa kemampuan menakjubkan tardigrade, membuat mereka dapat bertahan hidup dari bencana yang dapat melenyapkan seluruh kehidupan di Bumi. Ledakan dahsyat energi elektromagnetik atau dikenal dengan semburan sinar gamma yang diduga akan terjadi jika bintang neutron bertabrakan atau lubang hitam terbentuk, dapat menjadi ancaman bagi atrdigrade. Namun, hingga saat ini tidak ada yang cukup dekat untuk menghapus spesiesnya, kecuali mimiperi. Sumber: Liputan6

Suatu saat nanti, Matahari pasti mati. Pusat Tata Surya diperkirakan akan tamat sekitar 5 miliar tahun lagi. Jutaan tahun sebelum bintang...

neutrons: Scientists say that the universe is made of protons, neutrons, and electrons, potterwee but they forgot to mention morons. ✎✐✎ β†― β‡’ Honestly though lmao β†― β‡’ So I'm going to see Spider-Man: Homecoming with my crush today (both crushes if I'm being specific, it's just us three and I'm pretty happy about this but also really nervous lol) β†― β‡’ Please go follow the tagged account! They're featured for the week and deserve more recognition :) if you want to be featured for a week on my account just tag your posts to the hashtag! ✎✐✎ Birthday(s) Of The Day πŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰ β‡’ Wish Bridgette & Diya a very happy birthday in the comments please! ✎✐✎ My Other Accounts: β‡’ @TheWizardWeekly - [ account for blended-video-aesthetic edits ] β‡’ @MarvelsWomen - [ co-owned Marvel account ] β‡’ @HPTexts - [ co-owned Harry Potter text messages account ] β‡’ @LumosTutorials - [ co-owned instagram tutorial account ] ✎✐✎ QOTD : What is a movie that just came out or is going to come out soon that you really want to watch? AOTD : Aside from Spider-Man, I want to see Dunkirk, Murder on the Orient Express, Thor: Ragnarok, and ngl I lowkey want to see Justice League just for Wonder Woman
 neutrons: Scientists say that the universe is made
 of protons, neutrons, and electrons,
 potterwee
 but they forgot to mention morons.
✎✐✎ β†― β‡’ Honestly though lmao β†― β‡’ So I'm going to see Spider-Man: Homecoming with my crush today (both crushes if I'm being specific, it's just us three and I'm pretty happy about this but also really nervous lol) β†― β‡’ Please go follow the tagged account! They're featured for the week and deserve more recognition :) if you want to be featured for a week on my account just tag your posts to the hashtag! ✎✐✎ Birthday(s) Of The Day πŸ‘‡πŸΌπŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰ β‡’ Wish Bridgette & Diya a very happy birthday in the comments please! ✎✐✎ My Other Accounts: β‡’ @TheWizardWeekly - [ account for blended-video-aesthetic edits ] β‡’ @MarvelsWomen - [ co-owned Marvel account ] β‡’ @HPTexts - [ co-owned Harry Potter text messages account ] β‡’ @LumosTutorials - [ co-owned instagram tutorial account ] ✎✐✎ QOTD : What is a movie that just came out or is going to come out soon that you really want to watch? AOTD : Aside from Spider-Man, I want to see Dunkirk, Murder on the Orient Express, Thor: Ragnarok, and ngl I lowkey want to see Justice League just for Wonder Woman

✎✐✎ β†― β‡’ Honestly though lmao β†― β‡’ So I'm going to see Spider-Man: Homecoming with my crush today (both crushes if I'm being specific, it's...

neutrons: C-SECTION COMICS PLEASE LORD THE PE PLE WO LD LIKE TO KNOW THE SECRET OF HOW THE WORLD wAg CREATED lere you gO oses. Anuthin else before you leave? Very well. hortly after the Big Bang, the universe was filled homogencously and isotropically with a very high energu density and huge temperatures and pressures and was very rapidly expanding an cooling. At first the universe grew exponentially and inflated. When inflation stopped, reheating occurred until the universe obtained the temperatures required for the production of a quark-gluon plasma as well as all other elementary particles such as electrons, positrons and other leptons and quarks. At that point the Fourteen billion years ago, the universe was in a high temperature and high density state. Then the Big Bang occurred, and the universe began cooling and expanding... perature was so intense that the random motions of particles were at relativistic speed and particle-antiparticle pairs of all kinds were being created and destroued continuously via collisions. At some point, a small excess o quarks and leptons over anti-quarks and anti Lepton5, oftheorder of one parti,00million, was created. This resulted in the predominance of matterover antimatter in the present universe rotons neutrons and electrons were first llu but then sto moving relativ minutes into the expansion the temperature was about a billion Kelvin and the universe kept cooling And that is how the world was create uestions? Right. Wh at meant to say PHEW! FINALLY YOU'RE STARTING TO MAKE SENSE! is that created the world a ll by myself, 2500 years ago. ook me only six days, too! C-SECTION COMICS ALL RIGHTS RESERVED www.cSECTIONCOMICS.COM <p><a href="https://omg-images.tumblr.com/post/159824026207/not-exactly-the-answer-he-had-in-mind" class="tumblr_blog">omg-images</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Not exactly the answer he had in mind</p></blockquote>
 neutrons: C-SECTION COMICS
 PLEASE LORD
 THE PE PLE WO LD LIKE TO
 KNOW THE SECRET OF HOW
 THE WORLD wAg
 CREATED
 lere you
 gO
 oses. Anuthin
 else before you
 leave?
 Very
 well.
 hortly after the Big Bang, the universe
 was filled homogencously and isotropically with a
 very high energu density and huge temperatures and
 pressures and was very rapidly expanding an
 cooling. At first the universe grew exponentially
 and inflated. When inflation stopped, reheating
 occurred until the universe obtained the
 temperatures required for the production of a
 quark-gluon plasma as well as all other
 elementary particles such as electrons, positrons
 and other leptons and quarks. At that point the
 Fourteen billion
 years ago, the universe
 was in a high temperature
 and high density state. Then
 the Big Bang occurred, and
 the universe began cooling
 and expanding...
 perature was so intense that the random
 motions of particles were at relativistic speed
 and particle-antiparticle pairs of all kinds were
 being created and destroued continuously via
 collisions. At some point, a small excess o
 quarks and leptons over anti-quarks and anti
 Lepton5, oftheorder of one parti,00million,
 was created. This resulted in the predominance
 of matterover antimatter in the present universe
 rotons neutrons and electrons were first
 llu but then sto
 moving relativ
 minutes into the expansion the temperature was
 about a billion Kelvin and the universe kept cooling
 And that is how the world was create
 uestions?
 Right. Wh
 at meant to say
 PHEW!
 FINALLY YOU'RE
 STARTING TO MAKE
 SENSE!
 is that created the world a
 ll
 by myself, 2500 years ago.
 ook me only six
 days, too!
 C-SECTION COMICS ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
 www.cSECTIONCOMICS.COM
<p><a href="https://omg-images.tumblr.com/post/159824026207/not-exactly-the-answer-he-had-in-mind" class="tumblr_blog">omg-images</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Not exactly the answer he had in mind</p></blockquote>

<p><a href="https://omg-images.tumblr.com/post/159824026207/not-exactly-the-answer-he-had-in-mind" class="tumblr_blog">omg-images</a>:</p...

neutrons: Never ignore a person who loves you cares for you and misses you because one day, you might wake up and realize you lost the moon while counting the stars. I'm not sure why but we all do it. Many beings waste years of their lives, chasing after people they can't have, or lifestyles that aren't sustainable, for reasons we don't know. You can't have a person, either they will f*ck with you, or they won't. Nobody is out of your league, they just don't want you in their life. We are all human so we all make mistakes, but a mistake made twice is a choice. Try not to seek the best looking, or those with the most money, for these are superficial ideas and money doesn't make you happy. You make you happy, so if you are in a situation with a person and you have the freedom to choose, but you are unhappy, this is your fault not theirs. Stop wasting your time. Leave the situation. You should be looking for someone who shares sympathetic vibrations. Someone who is on your wavelength, someone who can share the same frequency as you. Everything is a vibration, positive or negative. All elements are made up of atoms. And these are made up of a nucleus, protons (positive), neutrons (no charge) and electrons (negative). Opposites attract but if someone is in a negative space, you being in a positive space, isn't necessarily going to help them and vice versa. You choose your own happiness, as you can choose the people you are around. (Obviously free from war, famine, poverty, drought, oppressive systems of government-religious opinions, disease etc) If you aren't happy within yourself, you can't be truly happy around others. Health is not just physical. I think this is why people love me, because I am happy and I love people. Don't chase waterfalls, on the surface they appear beautiful, but they are usually hiding rocks that will kill you. chakabars
 neutrons: Never ignore a person
 who loves you
 cares for you
 and misses you
 because one day,
 you might wake up and realize
 you lost the moon while
 counting the stars.
I'm not sure why but we all do it. Many beings waste years of their lives, chasing after people they can't have, or lifestyles that aren't sustainable, for reasons we don't know. You can't have a person, either they will f*ck with you, or they won't. Nobody is out of your league, they just don't want you in their life. We are all human so we all make mistakes, but a mistake made twice is a choice. Try not to seek the best looking, or those with the most money, for these are superficial ideas and money doesn't make you happy. You make you happy, so if you are in a situation with a person and you have the freedom to choose, but you are unhappy, this is your fault not theirs. Stop wasting your time. Leave the situation. You should be looking for someone who shares sympathetic vibrations. Someone who is on your wavelength, someone who can share the same frequency as you. Everything is a vibration, positive or negative. All elements are made up of atoms. And these are made up of a nucleus, protons (positive), neutrons (no charge) and electrons (negative). Opposites attract but if someone is in a negative space, you being in a positive space, isn't necessarily going to help them and vice versa. You choose your own happiness, as you can choose the people you are around. (Obviously free from war, famine, poverty, drought, oppressive systems of government-religious opinions, disease etc) If you aren't happy within yourself, you can't be truly happy around others. Health is not just physical. I think this is why people love me, because I am happy and I love people. Don't chase waterfalls, on the surface they appear beautiful, but they are usually hiding rocks that will kill you. chakabars

I'm not sure why but we all do it. Many beings waste years of their lives, chasing after people they can't have, or lifestyles that aren'...