…I didn’t even realize half of the things I typed…that I was feeling like that…
Now I’m crying. Thank you whoever made this.
This helped me vent today
That was incredible.
i don’t know why… but i feel like crying :/ this is such a nice thing. thank you.
this is such a beautiful idea, I love whoever made this.
Whoever made this; Thank you from the bottom of my heart. This is amazing. Just, believe me.
What the hell D:
The stuff I was typing I didn’t even know I felt.
You don’t have to reblog, just click the image. but honestly, I needed to do this. I have this raw, real feeling inside of me right now.
Wow okay I was having a breakthrough and it froze on me
Great job thoughts room
It’s a wonderful idea though, everyone should give it a try even if they don’t think they have any burdens
I love how this thing always shows up on my dashboard again right when I need it.
i love this so much, it really works to make you feel lighter
ok. wow. saving the link.
Thank you whoever made this.
Because as soon as you just let all your thoughts go into this space, it hits you about everything going on inside your head and the reflection of it truly sparks emotions in you. but it’s also therapeutic in the sense that you feel like you’ve told someone when really, all your thoughts literally become stars.
This really just made me think. omg. Thank you to whoever made this.
i think some of my anons could use this right now
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Time Lapse Study of the Day: Gemenids Meteor Shower Over Death Valley
Back in December 2012, Gavin Heffernan ofSunchaser Pictures and his friends traveled to Death Valley, CA to watch the Geminid Meteor Shower Peak unravel. Using 25-second-long exposures on digital SLR cameras, the group compiled the images into a time-lapse video featuring some stray planets (seen at 1:15 and 2:15) and even an unidentified flying object (seen at 1:30). Hat tip to Boing Boing.
This is phenomenal
A mathematical concept that explains that it is possible to get random results from normal equations. The main precept behind this theory is the underlying notion of small occurrences significantly affecting the outcomes of seemingly unrelated events.
Chaos theory has been applied to many different things, from predicting weather patterns to the stock market. Simply put, chaos theory is an attempt to see and understand the underlying order of complex systems that may appear to be without order at first glance.
This is cool.