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Klari Reis

From A Catolog of 365 Petri Dishes

I’m a big fan of multiculturalism.

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Every time you break my heart I reinvent myself. 
I can’t bare to be the same girl you walked away from.
Journal Entry, August 30, 2014 (via thrintagecats)

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theworldwerein:

From my visit to fossil creek this past weekend
-Matt

theworldwerein:

From my visit to fossil creek this past weekend
-Matt

theworldwerein:

A nice evening scene…

theworldwerein:

A nice evening scene…

theworldwerein:

An uneasy look down Arizona’s meteor crater provides a new perspective on depth.
sorry for the absence I’ll try to post more often

theworldwerein:

An uneasy look down Arizona’s meteor crater provides a new perspective on depth.

sorry for the absence I’ll try to post more often

yourenothingspecial5:

#amateurphotography #instaedit #outdoors #nature #thumbbutte #az

yourenothingspecial5:

#amateurphotography #instaedit #outdoors #nature #thumbbutte #az

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theworldwerein:

a composite picture of the super moon on august 10th.

theworldwerein:

a composite picture of the super moon on august 10th.

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You alone will have the stars as no one else has them. In one of the stars I shall be living. In one of them I shall be laughing.
Antoine de Saint-Exupery (via talisman)
It isn’t possible to love and part. You will wish that it was. You can transmute love, ignore it, muddle it, but you can never pull it out of you. I know by experience that the poets are right: love is eternal.
E.M. Forster, A Room with a View (via talisman)

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diasporicroots:



African Mathematics: History, Textbook and Classroom Lessons 

by  Mr Robin Walker  (Author),     Mr John Matthews  (Contributor)  

Mathematics has an interesting history in Africa. The earliest known mathematical artefact in human history is the Lebombo Bone. Thought to be 37,000 years old, it was discovered by archaeologists in South Africa. Scholars believe that the number system carved into the bone represents a lunar calendar. Later mathematical evidence comes from the Ishango region of Central Africa, Ancient Egypt, Medieval North Africa, Ethiopia, Medieval West Africa and Medieval Central Africa.
This book covers the origin and evolution of mathematics in Africa and provides teachers/students with study materials that can be used in  classrooms and workshops.
Click the link to purchase: http://www.amazon.com/African-Mathematics-History-Textbook-Classroom/dp/1500667390

For the math and science geeks among us!

Math and Science Week!

medievalpoc:

tamorapierce:

diasporicroots:

African Mathematics: History, Textbook and Classroom Lessons

Mathematics has an interesting history in Africa. The earliest known mathematical artefact in human history is the Lebombo Bone. Thought to be 37,000 years old, it was discovered by archaeologists in South Africa. Scholars believe that the number system carved into the bone represents a lunar calendar. Later mathematical evidence comes from the Ishango region of Central Africa, Ancient Egypt, Medieval North Africa, Ethiopia, Medieval West Africa and Medieval Central Africa.

This book covers the origin and evolution of mathematics in Africa and provides teachers/students with study materials that can be used in  classrooms and workshops.

Click the link to purchase: http://www.amazon.com/African-Mathematics-History-Textbook-Classroom/dp/1500667390

For the math and science geeks among us!

Math and Science Week!

cavetocanvas:

Naum Gabo, Torsion (Variation no. 3), 1963

cavetocanvas:

Naum Gabo, Torsion (Variation no. 3), 1963

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malformalady:

Epitaph on a headstone in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia

malformalady:

Epitaph on a headstone in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia

Feminism with in my parenting looks like empowering my child with knowledge of self — asking my child what their preferred gender expression or preferred name is rather than assuming roles based on the sex they were assigned at birth. I empower my child with knowledge about their body — names for their body parts: vulva, anus, uterus. My child knows how to negotiate space for themselves, how to ask for consent to hug or kiss another person and knows that others must ask for their consent to gift affection toward them. Teaching agency over one’s body is a key factor in how feminism plays into my parenting.
Madison Young (source)

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