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beautymothernature:

Stunning sunset with share moments

beautymothernature:

Stunning sunset with share moments

“Io che vorrei solo parole di conforto, passo la serata in un bicchiere senza fondo.”
— Faser (via bacibugiardi)

(via aiada)

the-sunflower89:

Ma non è facile spiegare, com’è che non hai più risposte, a furia di guardare il mare.
- Alessandro Baricco, Oceano Mare

the-sunflower89:

Ma non è facile spiegare, com’è che non hai più risposte, a furia di guardare il mare.

- Alessandro Baricco, Oceano Mare

(via perfartisorridere)

just-yasmeen:

 

14daysinaweek:

These are just gorgeous! :) Wish I could draw like this.

http://frozen-winter-prince.deviantart.com/

(via comemanialfreddo)

intentandoseringeniero:

Los primeros son meh, pero los demás… que puta risa xDDDDDDD

(Fonte: gugogif, via einworldwideweb)

gothiccharmschool:

Remember folks, the delightful skull sugar cubes are available from Dem Bones on Etsy!

(Fonte: voquest, via scusamatiamo)

“Si alzò e andò alla finestra.
Guardò nella via, grattandosi la spina dorsale col pollice.
“Guardali” disse “quegli stronzi”.
“Chi?” disse.
“Non so. Tutti.”
J.D. Salinger. (via megliosolichemalamati)

(Fonte: buiomulticolore, via megliosolichemalamati)

theolduvaigorge:

On the Antiquity of Cancer: Evidence for Metastatic Carcinoma in a Young Man from Ancient Nubia (c. 1200BC)

  • by Michaela Binder, Charlotte Roberts, Neal Spencer, Daniel Antoine and Caroline Cartwright

Cancer, one of the world’s leading causes of death today, remains almost absent relative to other pathological conditions, in the archaeological record, giving rise to the conclusion that the disease is mainly a product of modern living and increased longevity. This paper presents a male, young-adult individual from the archaeological site of Amara West in northern Sudan (c. 1200BC) displaying multiple, mainly osteolytic, lesions on the vertebrae, ribs, sternum, clavicles, scapulae, pelvis, and humeral and femoral heads. Following radiographic, microscopic and scanning electron microscopic (SEM) imaging of the lesions, and a consideration of differential diagnoses, a diagnosis of metastatic carcinoma secondary to an unknown soft tissue cancer is suggested. This represents the earliest complete example in the world of a human who suffered metastatic cancer to date. The study further draws its strength from modern analytical techniques applied to differential diagnoses and the fact that it is firmly rooted within a well-documented archaeological and historical context, thus providing new insights into the history and antiquity of the disease as well as its underlying causes and progression” (read more/open access).

(Open access sourcePLoS ONE 9(3): e90924, 2014)

(via valdanderthal)

I Giganti della Sila