If some physical anomaly or sickness is occurring, make sure your symptoms are traceable, could not be commonly caused by something else, and then see a doctor as part of your discernment process before blaming the deities and spirits… Imagine the peace of mind that could bring.
You could save yourself a ton of spiritual and psychological confusion ~
Akatosh: Do it for Divines.
Martin: I ain't gonna do it.
Akatosh: Do it for Divines.
Martin: I ain't gonna do it!
Akatosh: Do it for Divines!
Martin: *Shatters Amulet*
The Nine: EYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
In 1972, when he was 6 years old, Darryl Avery knew he was a boy. There was just one problem: He had been designated female at birth, and to the world he was a girl. Worried about upsetting his family, Avery kept his secret to himself for decades before coming out in 2004 as transgender.
“Being transgender is not a phase,” said Avery, who lives in San Francisco. “It’s not something you can get over; it’s not something that happens overnight. It’s something that you know.”
Today, at age 48, Avery said he is finally comfortable in his body. In November 2013, he underwent two simultaneous operations: a double mastectomy and full hysterectomy. He didn’t have to pay a dime. The surgeries — as well as his hormone regime and primary care — were covered by San Francisco’s universal-health-care-access plan. Once the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took effect on Jan. 1, he was insured under Medi-Cal, the state’s version of Medicaid, which will foot the bill for his follow-up appointment with a plastic surgeon.
(Photo: Angela Hart)
TIME takes 360-degree image from atop 1 World Trade Center
TODAY: In a new website feature, TIME magazine provided a panoramic view of New York City, taken from the top of 1 World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan.
“When you step out onto that platform for the first time, it’s just like you can see the whole world up there,” Jonathan Woods, TIME’s senior photo and interactive editor, told the Today Show.
Photo: Jonathan D. Woods and Michael Franz for TIME, via NBCNews.com
This tree makes の sense.
Are you fucking kidding me.
No matter how long the slinky is, the bottom of the slinky will stay still (hover) until the top reaches it. Even if the slinky is over 1000 feet long.
OMFG NEW EXPERIMENTS
HOW IS GRAVITY EVEN REAL
OKAY LET ME EXPLAIN YOU A THING
Gravity acts on every part of an object, that much is true. However, what’s going on here is so much more complicated than gravity. The spring compresses because its shape means the rings want to be together. I’m sure we all know Newton’s Third Law: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction - that is to say, for every bit of gravitational force bringing the top of the Slinky down, there is an equal amount of tension force bringing the bottom of the Slinky up. The bottom of the Slinky doesn’t move because the force of the rings bringing themselves up to meet the ring above them pulls it up at a rate equal to that of gravity.
TLDR: the Slinky is just that cool.