Water vapour plumes on Jupiter’s moon Europa (artist’s impression)
This artist’s impression shows Jupiter and its moon Europa using actual Jupiter and Europa images in visible light. The Hubble ultraviolet images showing the faint emission from the water vapour plumes have been superimposed, respecting the size but not the brightness of the plumes.
Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Kornmesser.
Science Credit: NASA, ESA, L. Roth (Southwest Research Institute and University of Cologne, Germany), J. Saur (University of Cologne, Germany), K. Retherford (Southwest Research Institute), D. Strobel and P. Feldman (Johns Hopkins University), M. McGrath (Marshall Space Flight Center), and F. Nimmo (University of California, Santa Cruz)
😍😍😍😍😍😍😍I’m so fucking happy with this. Favourite symbol. Favourite quote. Favourite books. Favourite author. Fave.
Another wedding tonight. The reception was in a haunted cave, which sounds more macabre than it actually is because the DJ tore it up. My friend spilled her G&T all over me, so I smell a bit like a pine tree. A really, really sweaty pine tree that’s been dancing for a few hours.that sounds extremely cool and fun! I hope it was!
Yeah, it was a blast. It was in a network of caves by the river that were used as a hideout by bootleggers during prohibition. They’ve been converted into a venue for weddings, parties, plays, and ballroom dancing lessons. You can take tours and hopefully not meet any of the ghosts.
Things Hellblazer told me:
- You can be bi and comfortable with who you are.
- You can be bi and make good decisions.
- You can be bi and make bad decisions.
- You can be bi and have personal struggles.
- You can be bi and overcome those personal struggles.
- You can be bi and have bad habits.
- You can be bi and an utter, insensitive bastard at times.
- You can be bi and be kind, sensitive, and caring at times.
- You can be bi and apply your talents and skills toward making a positive difference as best as you know how.
- You can be bi and a complex, empowered individual.
Things the NBC Constantine writers are telling me:
- Ha ha ha lol no.
If you think my sorry ass is above using a crumpled-up café napkin that’s been sitting in the bottom of my backpack for a week as a coffee filter, then son, I’m gonna give you the benefit of the doubt here and assume that you’ve never been hung over and out of coffee filters.
Another wedding tonight. The reception was in a haunted cave, which sounds more macabre than it actually is because the DJ tore it up. My friend spilled her G&T all over me, so I smell a bit like a pine tree. A really, really sweaty pine tree that’s been dancing for a few hours.
25 cents, yasss. SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE. I FINALLY FOUND IT!!!
NBC producers of Constantine are making a bisexual character straight. Speaking to reporters at the Television Critics Association’s press tour, executive producer Daniel Cerone said Constantine’s sexuality isn’t an important part of his character and downplayed the character’s bisexual history as archived in 30 years of comic books.
In the comic books, Constantine alludes to past relationships with both women and men and is periodically depicted leaving the bed of male lovers. But NBC’s Constatine, played by Matt Ryan, doesn’t have any same-sex dates on his dance card at the moment, it seems.
And while Cerone is right in noting a few instances where Constantine was seen getting out of bed with a man, it was more than just "one or two issues." Throughout the comic, Constantine alludes to more than just a few sexual encounters with someone of the same sex.
It’s bad enough networks don’t create bisexual characters let alone when they "straightwash" one. Make your voice heard!
- Sign the Petition then signal boost it to your friends on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and anything else you can think of
- Tweet using the hashtag #BiBlazer (A combination of Bisexual and Hellblazer) to stop the bi erasure of a canon bisexual character. Direct your tweets to @JohnConWriters and @NBCConstantine.
“The Ghillies” by Polixeni Papapetrou
Polixeni Papapetrou is an Australian photographer The artist’s past and current project entitled “The Ghillies” has a recurring theme of subjects presented in concealed identities within various natural environments.
House (1974-78) built for himself in Gif-sur-Yvette, France, by Marc Held