“[The shooter’s therapist] said [the UCSB shooter] had not been diagnosed with Asperger’s but the family suspected he was on the spectrum, and had been in therapy for years. He said he knew of no other mental illnesses, but [the UCSB shooter] truly had no friends, as he said in his videos and writings.”—
Can you fuckers stop with the ableism now?!?!?!?
He’d been in therapy for years and never been diagnosed with a single mental illness or condition.
“Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it. While they are deciding, make even more art.”—Andy Warhol (via etherealpussy)
i actually hope there is a special place for me in hell. that would be dope as fuck and i’m def tryna make that happen. like there’s gonna be a massive pile of dumb asshole human beings drowning in fire for eternity and i’ll just be chillin up in my Special Place. maybe i’ll invite some chicks over. some Hell chicks
could you tell me some good ol facts about neptune bc its my favourite n i find it very interesting!!! ty pal
Of course darling.
Neptune was was first discovered on 23 September 1846 by Urbain Le Verrier and Johann Galle. Its position was determined using mathematical predictions.
Its surface tempurature is -201 °C.
Neptune has a very thin collection of rings. They are likely made up of ice particles mixed with dust grains and possibly coated with a carbon-based substance. They’re believed to be fairly new. The rings are more irregular than the rings of other planets. There are areas of varying thickness throughout the rings.
Neptune has 14 moons. The most interesting is Triton, a frozen world that spews nitrogen ice and dust particles out from below its surface. Triton was discovered by an amateur astronomer in England named William Lassell only 17 days after Neptune was discovered in 1846. It was likely captured by the gravitational pull of Neptune. It is probably the coldest world in the solar system.
The atmosphere of Neptune is made of hydrogen and helium, with some methane. The methane absorbs red light, which makes the planet appear a lovely blue. High, thin clouds drift in the upper atmosphere.
Only one spacecraft has flown by Neptune. On 25 August 1989, the Voyager 2 spacecraft swept past the planet. It returned the first close-up images of the Neptune system, and much of what we know today about Neptune came from this single visit. These pictures show a brilliant blue planet with a few thin white clouds laced around its surface. The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has also studied this planet, as have a number of ground-based telescopes.
When Voyager 2 visited Neptune, its pictures showed a giant storm much like the storm on Jupiter. The storm is called the “Great Dark Spot” because it appears as a dark oval shape on the surface of the planet. More recently, the Hubble Space Telescope sent pictures back to Earth and there was no sign of the Great Dark Spot.
Neptune is a very windy place. No other planet in the Solar System has winds that are as strong as Neptune’s. The winds near the Great Dark Spot were believed to have reached nearly 1,200 miles per hour (approx 1931 km per hour).
Neptune makes one trip around the Sun every 164.8 Earth years. During some parts of its orbit one or the other of its poles point directly at the Sun and get about 42 years of direct sunlight. The rest of the time they are in darkness.
In 2011, Neptune completed its first orbit around the Sun since it was discovered in 1846.