Meghan - 20 - Michigan


Pisces - ISTJ
asexual - gray-ish-romantic?? I'm not sure. Still working it out.


I love Hamlet, owls, pugs, video games, reading, and science.



But seriously, thanks for stopping by. ♪
Reblogged from phantom-gal  188,389 notes
missalsfromiram:

believemeitsbutter:

rebeccacohenart:

http://vitaminw.co/culture-society/womens-history-questions-and-facts
Just a fraction of the cool stuff I learned when researching women’s history.

Rosalind Franklin did not just help. She actually discovered the structure before - Watson and Crick stole all the credit after building a stick and ball version of it.

The first known author and poet in history was a woman - Enheduanna.
The first known chemist was also a woman - Tapputi.

missalsfromiram:

believemeitsbutter:

rebeccacohenart:

http://vitaminw.co/culture-society/womens-history-questions-and-facts

Just a fraction of the cool stuff I learned when researching women’s history.

Rosalind Franklin did not just help. She actually discovered the structure before - Watson and Crick stole all the credit after building a stick and ball version of it.

The first known author and poet in history was a woman - Enheduanna.

The first known chemist was also a woman - Tapputi.

Reblogged from comic-chick  52,421 notes

notforthetoweringdead:

"If more girls wanted to be scientists, there would be more female scientists"

*takes a deep breath* WE LIVE IN A SOCIETY THAT ACTIVELY DISCOURAGES FEMALE INTELLIGENCE BY PAINTING IT AS A NON FEMININE TRAIT AND SETS UP MALES TO BE IN POSITIONS OF ACADEMIC SUPERIORITY DESPITE THERE BEING NO CORRELATION BETWEEN GENDER AND ACADEMIC ABILITY thank you for your time

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misscalliste:

Traditionally speaking, the first Jack-o-Lanterns, used to keep evil spirits at bay, were carved from turnips. 

I decided to get in touch with my witchy Irish and English ancestors and try carving some turnips. I had to have the produce guy search through some bags of dirty, fresh-picked turnips in the back for ones big enough for carving (thanks to that dude for helping me with my weird request) and got to it. It’s definitely more difficult than pumpkin carving, given that turnips are solid and have the consistency of potatoes, but I got the hang of it and I think they’re pretty neat!