asker

Anonymous asked: Why would Jesus go to France?

panatmansam:

Look at a map. He couldn’t go in any direction without a long walk through Roman territory. He was an invalid. He could only go by boat. He certainly wasn’t going to go to Greece because it was also a Roman territory and of course he was not going to Italy. So the southern coast of Gaul was his only option. It has exactly the same mediterranean climate and it’s agriculture was the same as Judea with sheep, grapes and olives being the main crops. He would have been safe and at home there and besides there was already a well established trade route so he could just sail in a merchant ship.

wellthatsadorable:

Oh great. My heart just fell out of my body.

wellthatsadorable:

Oh great. My heart just fell out of my body.

sciencetoastudent:

andybrwn:

post-mitotic:

Naegleria fowleri, the brain-eating amoeba
this happy little guy is the causative agent of primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM), a highly lethal brain infection transmitted through insufflation of stagnant fresh water — with a 95% case fatality rate, death typically occurs within five days of symptom onset
Naegleria accesses the brain through olfactory nerves, dissolving neural tissue into a hemorrhagic necrotic soup with its ironically smiley feeding structures (as seen above)
symptoms range from loss of smell and stiff neck to seizures, hallucinations, and respiratory failure from brain stem damage
it’s a microscopic horror story
credit: DT John and TB Cole, National Geographic

nom nom nom nom nom (but really quietly)

My biology teacher described this with words like “happy face” and “smiley face”…until the entire class squirmed when we found out what it actually does.

this is the face of evil and you cannot convince me otherwise

sciencetoastudent:

andybrwn:

post-mitotic:

Naegleria fowleri, the brain-eating amoeba

this happy little guy is the causative agent of primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM), a highly lethal brain infection transmitted through insufflation of stagnant fresh water — with a 95% case fatality rate, death typically occurs within five days of symptom onset

Naegleria accesses the brain through olfactory nerves, dissolving neural tissue into a hemorrhagic necrotic soup with its ironically smiley feeding structures (as seen above)

symptoms range from loss of smell and stiff neck to seizures, hallucinations, and respiratory failure from brain stem damage

it’s a microscopic horror story

credit: DT John and TB Cole, National Geographic

nom nom nom nom nom (but really quietly)

My biology teacher described this with words like “happy face” and “smiley face”…until the entire class squirmed when we found out what it actually does.

this is the face of evil and you cannot convince me otherwise

roachpatrol:

moniquill:

demi-gay-goddess:

This bothers me

Mutant and proud.

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kiaoratibet:

One of the few surviving pieces of an ancient wood block depicting Buddhas and Bodhisattvas surrounding one of the Arhats, at Narthang Monastery near Shigatse. 

Prior to the cultural revolution Narthang monastery was a busy printing centre, holding wood blocks of the entire Tengyur and Kangyur that reportedly took 12 years to complete. They also had wood blocks for printing the Jakata tales of the Buddha’s past lives, and images of the 16 Arhats. 

However, as a resident monk told us, during the cultural revolution other purposes were found for these wood blocks including washing boards, chopping boards, and firewood. Now all that remains is stored in a small room off the main chapel, where the resident monk is fiercely protective over them. 

The majority of the remaining wood blocks are stacked neatly in shelves, but one corner of the room is reserved for “off-cut” pieces - collected shards like pieces of a puzzle that were left behind but are missing the rest of them so they’ll never be complete again. 

this thursday has been a really long friday

SHIT NO ONE TELLS YOU WHEN YOU START TO TUMBLE

wolfwrecked:

  • Only the FIRST FIVE tags you use on a NEW POST show up in the tracked tags
  • Only the FIRST TWENTY tags on any post on your blog function (i.e click tag #21 and it will say page not found)
  • When you’re in your messages, you can click the top right corner of an ask & it will take you to a permalink page. Go to ‘edit’ (top right of page) and reply using the post edit screen (and add tags without an extension)
  • Always Reblog, Never Repost
  • Tumblr Etiquette: don’t delete the OPs caption, consider it part of the work as a whole.
  • Don’t tag your hate. If you don’t like a character or show or whatever, don’t tag your new post with their name/title/whatever in the first five tags. It shows up in the tracked tags. People that track a tag do so normally cause they love a thing. Don’t ruin a thing. No one likes a ruiner.
  • Tumblr default reblogs long text posts as links and its a pain in the ass. Who ever wants them as a link. No one, ever. When you’re reblogging a text post, go to the Aa drop down menu in the top right & select ‘reblog as text’. 
  • When you add a comment to a post, the OP sees it. Just so you know. There’s a whole etiquette on commenting vs tags but it’s your blog do what the fuck you want

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appendixjournal:

Anonymous, “A Declaration of a Strange and Wonderfull Monster,” (London, 1646). Read more here.

appendixjournal:

Anonymous, “A Declaration of a Strange and Wonderfull Monster,” (London, 1646). Read more here.

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asker

Anonymous asked: Do you believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ of Nazareth? Why or why not?

panatmansam:

I do not because I do not believe in any supernatural event. Likewise I do not believe the Buddha was tempted by the demon Mara or that Athena sprang from the head of Zeus. 

My personal belief is that Jesus was drugged by Joseph of Arimathea while still on the cross explaining why Joseph gave him a bitter substance on a sponge just before Jesus “died” on the cross. Crucified rebels were left to rot on the cross and usually took days to die. The whole point of going to the trouble of crucifixion was that the body hung there as a public warning.

Jesus, a strong tradesman in his prime allegedly died in just four hours. Joseph a wealthy man bribed the guards to give him the body and carted it off to the “tomb” where Jesus was revived and nursed back to health which explains why Joseph took 100 lbs of aloes into the tomb which were not embalming substances but herbs for the dressing of wounds. He took enough for several weeks worth of wound dressings an indication that his patient was to be treated for some time.

After three days Jesus was well enough to walk so, he being a condemned man, they took him first to the safe house in Jerusalem where the apostles were hiding in fear of the authorities and from there to the port of Jaffa, the closest non Roman port on the Mediterranean coast. On the way Jesus ran into two of his disciples near the village of Emmaus which is on the road to Jaffa to Jerusalem. He took a boat from Jaffa to the southern coast of the then wild province of Gaul, today’s France.

milklake:

catherinepapeillustration:

Bumblebees

Catherine Pape

milklake:

catherinepapeillustration:

Bumblebees

Catherine Pape

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