- parents: you spend too much time on the computer, it's like you're addicted
- me: fine can i go out
- parents: no
‘tis the season
for D͡ A M͘ ͠N A̡ ̧T I̸ ̕O N
F ͟A͡ ̢L͏ ̕A ͜L A ͞L A҉ L ̴A̷ ͢L ̴A͡ ̨L̨ A ̕L̴ ̢ÁL̷̸̲̞̗͚̜͗ͮͨ̐ͥ͑͌͛͊̎̊͒̇͆ͯ̋ͥ͝͡A̴̛̞̩̟̒̏̂̎͑͛͋ͥͭ̑̓͗̇̔͘̕͡ͅAͮ̎ͥ͛ͣͬ͆͛̏͑͐҉̷͞͏͕̙͔̜̘̯̜̺̭ͅÂ̶̯̯̗̳̬̯̝͖̠̹͖͕̖̬̖͋̃ͨ̾̉̀ͯ̇̅̂̽ͫ̇ͫ̀͠ͅA͋̇̇̅͆ͣ̃ͣ͏̩̼̗̗̺̖͖̣̦͓̠̲̬͜A̶̧̙̘͙͚̞̼͍̟̝͍̜̠̗̻̦̗͕͆ͯ̐͑͐͊͊̿̏ͯ͛ͅA̧̩̺͚͍͙̳͇̹̼̙̪͙͚̠̬̞̤͎͋ͬ̔ͫͣ̿́
tomorrow there is a 90% chance of precipisatan
it’ll be foggy in the morning, lots of condensatan
OK, when you guys get down here to hell, give the doorman your URLs and I’ll get you VIP treatment.
You guys are alright.
I’M 600% DONE.
OMFG I nearly spit Coke on my students taking a practice test
I’m sorry I have to reblog this simply because there are teachers who are on tumblr, the fandom part of tumblr, during class. You’re f***ing awesome.
MY REAL OTP
I nearly spit Coke on my students
you are my hero, random fandom teacher
have you ever thought about the fact that like 6 people died because romeo couldn’t control his dick
This makes it sound like he went round with his dick smacking people to death because he can’t control it
do you ever wish you could just stop time for like a couple weeks so you could just sleep and do whatever you want and just get your shit together and then after that time would just start back up again and you wouldn’t have missed anything because you would just pick up where you left off
As a rule of thumb, the more massive a black hole is, the bigger its surrounding galaxy will be. That’s why there’s something so fundamentally wrong about NGC 1277, a tiny galaxy home to possibly the biggest black hole yet.
Galaxy NGC 1277 is only about a tenth the size of our Milky Way. That isn’t ridiculously tiny for a galaxy - our galactic neighbor the Large Magellanic Cloud is only a hundredth our size, for instance - but it does mean that its black hole should be significantly smaller than Sagittarius-A*, the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy. And that emphatically isn’t the case. The black hole at the center of NGC 1277 is thought to be about 17 billion times as massive as our Sun, compared to just about 4.3 million solar masses for Sagittarius-A*.
What’s more, the NGC 1277 black hole takes up a volume whose diameter is 4 light-days across, meaning it spans a distance over 338 times that of the diameter of Earth’s orbit around the Sun. Even Neptune’s outermost orbit, with a diameter of 8.3 light-hours, is still less than a tenth of the black hole’s diameter.
The average supermassive black hole only makes up about 0.1% of its galaxy’s overall mass - not an unimpressive figure, but a good reminder that there’s still plenty of galaxy out there that isn’t black hole. Not so much the case in NGC 1277, as its black hole makes up a whopping 14 percent of the galaxy’s total mass.
The question now is just how this remarkable discovery fits into our overall understanding of black holes and galaxy formation. This is so outside what we’ve encountered before that our current models can’t really account for it, but that may simply mean our models are incomplete.