You guys need to go watch the part in CF where Peeta says, “Finnick can protect you just fine on his own.”

everlarkedalways:

immortal-axolotl:

everlarkedalways:

iremembereverything:

everlarkedalways:

Do not play with Peeta. Do not.

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Now I can´t stop looking at this gif, everlarkedalways

YESSSSSS! I LOVE YOU
iremembereverything
. I don’t need to learn how to gif. I have my own personal giffer.

I ship you two

Oh my gosh. Yes! :)

everlarkedalways:

Josh Hutcherson with blue eyes | Requested

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pennyfornasa:

After completing 200 orbits of the Earth for nearly thirteen days, Atlantis made its 33rd — and final — landing on July 21st, 2011, as STS-135 was the final mission of the Space Shuttle program. For thirty years, a generation of astronauts embarked on a wide range of dynamic missions utilizing the five shuttles that comprised the Space Transportation System (STS). As humanity’s first reusable spacecraft, these robust shuttles provided the means for two of NASA’s finest achievements — launching the Hubble Space Telescope and constructing the International Space Station. "The space shuttle changed the way we view the world, the way we view the universe," STS-135 Commander Chris Ferguson said soon after landing. "America’s not going to stop exploring. Thanks for protecting us and bringing this program to a fitting end."Since the completion of STS-135 three years ago, NASA still remains unable to send Americans to space, and must rely upon the Russian Space Agency, Roscosmos for passage to the ISS. Hoping that an American-based commercial alternative would be available by 2015 under the Commercial Crew Program (CCP), NASA had an original contract with Roscosmos at roughly $62.7 million per seat aboard a Soyuz spacecraft. However, because of the failure on Congress’ part to fully fund the CCP at optimum levels, that goal was made impossible. Still requiring a means to transport Americans to and from the ISS, on April 30th, 2013, NASA was forced to extend that contract until 2017. This extension also comes at a price. The price of one Soyuz seat now requires NASA to pay Roscosmos approximately $8 million more, at $70.7 million/seat. Tell Congress that you support fully funding the Commercial Crew Program and that you want to end NASA’s dependence on expensive Soyuz trips: http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/ 
"End of an Era: The Final Shuttle Launch" was the sixth episode of The Sagan Series. It can be viewed here: http://goo.gl/RxRJxD 
Sources:1. STS-135 Landing Bloghttp://goo.gl/OUYT52. NASA to Pay $70 Million a Seat to Fly Astronauts on Soyuzhttp://goo.gl/bQKAY

pennyfornasa:

After completing 200 orbits of the Earth for nearly thirteen days, Atlantis made its 33rd — and final — landing on July 21st, 2011, as STS-135 was the final mission of the Space Shuttle program. For thirty years, a generation of astronauts embarked on a wide range of dynamic missions utilizing the five shuttles that comprised the Space Transportation System (STS). As humanity’s first reusable spacecraft, these robust shuttles provided the means for two of NASA’s finest achievements — launching the Hubble Space Telescope and constructing the International Space Station. 

"The space shuttle changed the way we view the world, the way we view the universe," STS-135 Commander Chris Ferguson said soon after landing. "America’s not going to stop exploring. Thanks for protecting us and bringing this program to a fitting end."

Since the completion of STS-135 three years ago, NASA still remains unable to send Americans to space, and must rely upon the Russian Space Agency, Roscosmos for passage to the ISS. Hoping that an American-based commercial alternative would be available by 2015 under the Commercial Crew Program (CCP), NASA had an original contract with Roscosmos at roughly $62.7 million per seat aboard a Soyuz spacecraft. However, because of the failure on Congress’ part to fully fund the CCP at optimum levels, that goal was made impossible. Still requiring a means to transport Americans to and from the ISS, on April 30th, 2013, NASA was forced to extend that contract until 2017. 

This extension also comes at a price. The price of one Soyuz seat now requires NASA to pay Roscosmos approximately $8 million more, at $70.7 million/seat. Tell Congress that you support fully funding the Commercial Crew Program and that you want to end NASA’s dependence on expensive Soyuz trips: 

http://www.penny4nasa.org/take-action/ 

"End of an Era: The Final Shuttle Launch" was the sixth episode of The Sagan Series. It can be viewed here: http://goo.gl/RxRJxD 

Sources:
1. STS-135 Landing Blog
http://goo.gl/OUYT5
2. NASA to Pay $70 Million a Seat to Fly Astronauts on Soyuz
http://goo.gl/bQKAY

Tags: NASA

jhutchmyanchor:

In the span of a few years Josh went from this

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to this

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Can you imagine what he’s going to look like when he’s 30?!? Good lord.

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hungergamesobsess3d:

allhailthehutch:

oh, you wanna hate on peeta mellark? i have some words for you..

This is everything. 🙌 preachhhhhhhh

Thank you!!!!!  I completely agree with everything you said.  Peeta is my favorite character too.  I didn’t like Katniss in books.  It’s not a popular opinion, but she was not a nice person in the books.  Even Josh Hutcherson admits this in an interview that Katniss is not a nice person.  She definitely used Peeta for her own purposes and manipulated him.  Katniss admits it in CF when they are on the train on the way back home and Peeta says that his nightmares are about losing her but once he realizes that she is next to him he’s ok.  She hated when he said things like this because it reminded her that Peeta has feelings for her that she doesn’t or is too stubborn to admit it.  So anyway, I just wanted to let you know how much I loved your video post.

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thedragoninmygarage:

Chemtrail conspiracies

Climate change deniers

Anti-vaccination movements

Creationism

Are all symptoms of a scientifically illiterate population

Tags: science

Reblog this if you love Peeta Mellark

clafflinhutcherson:

I wanna see how much notes this cute lil bastard gets

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punkrockluna:

ilovecharts:

Hours Worked On Minimum Wage In Order To Pay For One University Credit Hour

*Flings this chart at baby boomers*

punkrockluna:

ilovecharts:

Hours Worked On Minimum Wage In Order To Pay For One University Credit Hour

*Flings this chart at baby boomers*

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sagansense:

Just took the “Do you know more about science and technology than the average American?” quiz: http://www.pewresearch.org/quiz/science-knowledge/

Take part in it yourself, then pay it forward :)

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canadian-space-agency:

Stunning Vine video of aurora borealis lights lighting up the Earth as Orion rises in the background as seen from the ISS.

Credit: NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman

A reminder of how beautiful our planet looks from the outside, indifferent to all of the unnecessary and artificial conflicts going on amidst a single species below…

(Source: vine.co)