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twitter.com/coviolgrand:

    "In 1793, William Godwin wrote that “To dragoon man into the adoption of what we think right, is an intolerable tyranny.” Godwin asserted that the advocate of aggression is in a logically precarious position. Aggression does not convince, nor is it any kind of argument at all. The initiation of coercion is “a tacit confession of imbecility. If he who employs aggression against me could mould me to his purposes by argument, no doubt he would. He pretends to punish me, because his argument is strong; but he really punishes me because he is weak.”"
    Carl Watner, The Logic of Anarchy, The Libertarian Forum 1983 (via conza)

    (via laliberty)

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    elgringodelcore:

   Fotografiamos esta tortuga marina hace siete años en la Fundación Científica Los Roques. Durante la visita a la Estación Biológica de Dos Mosquises los científicos nos explicaron la importante labor que realizaban en todo el parque nacional de Los Roques.
    Las tortugas que estaban en los tanques eran solo la parte más visible del proyecto. Desde 1967 la Fundación se ha dedicado a garantizar la sustentabilidad y estudio de las especies marinas del parque. La langosta, el botuto o las tortugas son algunas de las especies que han conseguido garantizar sus poblaciones gracias a sus estudios y a su labor de concienciación  de los habitantes de los Roques.
    En dos semanas estas tortugas y los científicos deben abandonar la isla de Dos Mosquisespor orden del gobierno venezolano. Asimismo deben desemontarse todos los equipos, viviendas e instalaciones. Lo que no sea retirado pasará automáticamente a ser propiedad del Territorio Insular Francisco de Miranda, es decir, del gobierno nacional.
  Tras casi 48 años de trabajo les obligan a abandonar la estación. El gobierno está en su derecho, sustenta su decisión en el carácter discrecional con el que se otorgó el permiso: “La autorización que se concedió posee carácter revocable y discrecional, por parte del Ejecutivo Nacional, pudiendo en cualquier momento exigir la desocupación de las zonas ocupadas”.
  Pero el que esté sujeto a derecho no significa que sea justo ni moralmente aceptable. Las autoridades no dicen las razones del desalojo, como siempre no dan explicaciones. Una fundación sin animo de lucro, con una importante trayectoria a sus espaldas, en sintonía con la población local …. desalojada por capricho … por el deseo de romper todo aquello que escapa a su control y es independiente. El decreto se publico el 30 de junio,tienen hasta el 1 de octubre. En el enlace os dejo más información al respecto.

    elgringodelcore:

       Fotografiamos esta tortuga marina hace siete años en la Fundación Científica Los Roques. Durante la visita a la Estación Biológica de Dos Mosquises los científicos nos explicaron la importante labor que realizaban en todo el parque nacional de Los Roques.

        Las tortugas que estaban en los tanques eran solo la parte más visible del proyecto. Desde 1967 la Fundación se ha dedicado a garantizar la sustentabilidad y estudio de las especies marinas del parque. La langosta, el botuto o las tortugas son algunas de las especies que han conseguido garantizar sus poblaciones gracias a sus estudios y a su labor de concienciación  de los habitantes de los Roques.

        En dos semanas estas tortugas y los científicos deben abandonar la isla de Dos Mosquisespor orden del gobierno venezolano. Asimismo deben desemontarse todos los equipos, viviendas e instalaciones. Lo que no sea retirado pasará automáticamente a ser propiedad del Territorio Insular Francisco de Miranda, es decir, del gobierno nacional.

      Tras casi 48 años de trabajo les obligan a abandonar la estación. El gobierno está en su derecho, sustenta su decisión en el carácter discrecional con el que se otorgó el permiso: “La autorización que se concedió posee carácter revocable y discrecional, por parte del Ejecutivo Nacional, pudiendo en cualquier momento exigir la desocupación de las zonas ocupadas”.

      Pero el que esté sujeto a derecho no significa que sea justo ni moralmente aceptable. Las autoridades no dicen las razones del desalojo, como siempre no dan explicaciones. Una fundación sin animo de lucro, con una importante trayectoria a sus espaldas, en sintonía con la población local …. desalojada por capricho … por el deseo de romper todo aquello que escapa a su control y es independiente. El decreto se publico el 30 de junio,tienen hasta el 1 de octubre. En el enlace os dejo más información al respecto.




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    Porque en Venezuela no solo hay mujeres hermosas.

    (Source: esloquesomos, via yoymisganasdedarte)

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    karenhurley:

    I know I’m posting a lot of videos lately but this one is huge kick in the guts. Wonderful story telling! 

    Greek filmmaker Nancy Spetsioti directed Tzafar, a powerful short film about casual, every day racism.

    — 21 hours ago with 24 notes

    organicandhappy:

    starry-eyed-wolfchild:

    Bee Hotels for Solitary Bees

    You may be wondering what bees need a hotel for, when they make their own hives. The truth is that many species of bees are solitary – the do not live in hives but instead construct their own nest. The main reason for this is because in these species every female is fertile and this would not make for comfortable communal living in a hive.

    Lol cute fuzzy bee in bee hotel

    (Source: arkinspace.com, via skeleroots)

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    kaylafrostart:

    i had a very long moment with this gorgeous family of bearded tooth fungi. 

    (Source: kaylafrost-portfolio, via ch00sel0ve)

    — 2 days ago with 11958 notes
    hqcreations:

prokopetz:

This is the one time of year that I love wasps.
Not because the wasps themselves get any nicer. They’re horrid little creatures year round. No, it’s because I have a couple of big apple trees out back, and late August, early September is when the apples start ripening.
Now, if you don’t harvest your own fruit, there are two things you need to know about apples.
The first thing you need to know about apples is that, when apples get ripe, they tend to fall from the tree at the slightest breeze.
I often work late at the office; by the time I get home, there are piles of apples scattered everywhere - and sure enough, the wasps are out in force, gorging themselves on the fruit. When I go to clean up the windfallen apples, the wasps naturally do the “rawr, I’ma fuck you up!” routine for which wasps are known.
The second thing you need to know about apples is that they ferment very rapidly in the late August heat.
So: the wasps try to come at me, but they’re too drunk to fly. They get about an inch off the ground, then faceplant directly into the turf, flip over onto their backs, and lay there, legs twitching in the air as they try in vain to find something to sting.
Perhaps I’m a man of simple pleasures, but I bust up laughing every. single. time.
Fucking wasps.

lawl. fucking drunken wasps.

    hqcreations:

    prokopetz:

    This is the one time of year that I love wasps.

    Not because the wasps themselves get any nicer. They’re horrid little creatures year round. No, it’s because I have a couple of big apple trees out back, and late August, early September is when the apples start ripening.

    Now, if you don’t harvest your own fruit, there are two things you need to know about apples.

    The first thing you need to know about apples is that, when apples get ripe, they tend to fall from the tree at the slightest breeze.

    I often work late at the office; by the time I get home, there are piles of apples scattered everywhere - and sure enough, the wasps are out in force, gorging themselves on the fruit. When I go to clean up the windfallen apples, the wasps naturally do the “rawr, I’ma fuck you up!” routine for which wasps are known.

    The second thing you need to know about apples is that they ferment very rapidly in the late August heat.

    So: the wasps try to come at me, but they’re too drunk to fly. They get about an inch off the ground, then faceplant directly into the turf, flip over onto their backs, and lay there, legs twitching in the air as they try in vain to find something to sting.

    Perhaps I’m a man of simple pleasures, but I bust up laughing every. single. time.

    Fucking wasps.

    lawl. fucking drunken wasps.
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    "Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under."
    H. L. Mencken (via thedoomreport)

    (via outdoor-anarchy)

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    did-you-kno:

Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants in the world, and some species can grow up to 35 inches per day.  Source

    did-you-kno:

    Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants in the world, and some species can grow up to 35 inches per day. Source

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    halcy:

the-tricksters-neophyte:

h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

ciderandsawdust:

Our first attempt at a Swedish fire log was a smashing success.

burns for hours and it looks beautiful.

I have no idea how you make a Swedish fire long
but i have a MIGHTY NEED for a Swedish fire log

It’s actually super easy and you see basically how in the picture: Just cut slits about like 3/4 down in a big (dry) log with a chainsaw. Then, just light it up on top with some smaller branches and whatever, the inside will catch fire, and it’ll burn for a long time. Great at outside events in the cold months.

    halcy:

    the-tricksters-neophyte:

    h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

    ciderandsawdust:

    Our first attempt at a Swedish fire log was a smashing success.

    burns for hours and it looks beautiful.

    I have no idea how you make a Swedish fire long

    but i have a MIGHTY NEED for a Swedish fire log

    It’s actually super easy and you see basically how in the picture: Just cut slits about like 3/4 down in a big (dry) log with a chainsaw. Then, just light it up on top with some smaller branches and whatever, the inside will catch fire, and it’ll burn for a long time. Great at outside events in the cold months.

    (via craftsmans-woods)

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