youre just wasted thinking about the past again
Darling, youll be okay
The first picture is me and my twinbrother when we were 3 years old. The second picture is me on my brother’s funeral. He was 18 years old and killed himself. I don’t care if this ruins your blog. I want you to reblog this and make a statement.
The first picture is worldfamous. Even Kendall Jenner posted it on her instagram account.We were on the news because no one knew that the picture was 15 years old. But people need to realize that life isn’t as pretty as the picture tells us. Life is cruel. Just like our society. And I’ve lost my best friend because of it. Teenagers are suppose to have fun, instead of thinking about killing themselves.
I hope this will get to Kendall Jenner and she’ll defend my statement. Because no one will probably listen to me…
In This Moment - Adrenalize Band Promo Shots
I recently came across some new-old band promos from the Adrenalize era, so I thought I would put together a masterpost of all of the band promos (ie - no individual shots) from this period that I know about. Feel free to take and use at your own discretion.
All photos by Robert John Kley.
Impossibly heavy planet is the first ‘mega-Earth’
by Jacob Aron
Twice the size of Earth and with 17 times our planet’s mass, Kepler-10c is so unusual that it has been placed in a brand new class of exoplanet.
Kepler-10c was discovered in 2011 by NASA’s Kepler space telescope. The planet orbits a star that is about 560 light years away from us. It has a radius slightly more than double that of Earth’s – a size that led astronomers to assume it was a shrunken version of gassy planet Neptune, which is four times larger than Earth.
Now Xavier Dumusque of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and his colleagues have used the HARPS-N telescope in the Canary Islands to pin down Kepler-10c’s mass. They found it is actually 17 times as heavy as Earth: more or less the same mass as Neptune. But because Kepler-10c is much smaller then Neptune, it must be an incredibly dense, rocky world, the like of which has never been seen before…
(read more: New Scientist)
illustration by David A. Aguilar/CFA