“There have been about 514 Leap Years since Caesar created it in 45BC. Without the extra day every 4 years, today would be July 28, 2013. Also, the Mayan calendar did not account for leap year…so technically the world should have ended 7 months ago.”
Today the beautiful, strong Hana Hwang passed away. Thankfully her dream came true and she got to meet her biggest inspiration, Selena Gomez just days before it was her time to go. RIP Hana Hwang <3
i don’t care if this fits my blog or not, or if i lose followers, this is the saddest story i’ve seen. :’c it made me so sad.
seriously if this isn’t on your blog at some point and time I am going to judge you
this is why i love her so much omg
No Mind, All Thought.: You know you're an AP student when..
1.You know AP actually stands for “Advanced Procrastinator.”
2.You could have done your homework at home but you prefer the pressure of getting it done two periods before its due.
3.Studying consists of furiously glancing over your notes the period before the test.
LMFAO! This is soo supermansnuggles ;)
"In the end these things matter most: How well did you love? How fully did you live? How deeply did you let go?"-Siddhārtha Gautama (via floralnymph)
Legalize It of the Day: A 20-year, federally funded study conducted jointly by researchers at UCSF and UAB found that smoking marijuana once a week, or even once a day in some instances, did no long-term damage to the lungs.
The study, published today in the the Journal of the American Medical Association, tracked 5,000 individuals across 20 years, and compared their usage of marijuana and tobacco to their health stats.
Cigarette smokers saw a considerable loss in lung function over time, but participants who smokes marijuana as often as once a day for seven years saw no change.
Additionally, no harmful effects were recorded in individuals who smoked marijuana occasionally for longer.
According to the study’s authors, one possible explanation for the results may be THC — the active ingredient in marijuana. The compound is known to combat inflammation, and may be responsible for offsetting irritants that cause lung problems.
Dr. Stefan Kertesz, the study’s co-author, also posits that an unintended side-effect of marijuana usage is the strengthening lung tissue as a result of breathing deeply during inhalation.
And as if all that wasn’t enough, researchers found that pot smoking might actually improve lung function. “At levels of marijuana exposure commonly seen in Americans, occasional marijuana use was associated with increases in lung air flow rates and increases in lung capacity,” Kertesz said.
He did note that the increase was not enough to “make you feel better,” but, then again, if you’re smoking marijuana, chances are you’re already feeling pretty great.
But that’s science! Science isn’t reliable!
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