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Dreams by The Cranberries from the album: Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can't We?

mrgolightly:

The Cranberries - Dreams

istiyorum bunu

istiyorum bunu

house-under-a-rock:

Campfire Huddle - Joshua Tree - California
photo: Steph Goralnick


We should go too

house-under-a-rock:

Campfire Huddle - Joshua Tree - California

photo: Steph Goralnick

We should go too

To Build A Home by The Cinematic Orchestra from the album: Ma Fleur

And I built a home,
for you,
for me.

Dream a Little Dream of Me by Zooey Deschanel

kitty-en-classe:

Zooey Deschanel | Dream a Little Dream of Me

lori-rocks:

Palawan - Philippines

lori-rocks:

Palawan - Philippines

questionall:

NEW REPORT: Worldwide Integrated Assessment on Systemic Pesticides. The Task Force on Systemic Pesticides, made up of 29 international researchers, conducted a four-year assessment of over 800 peer-reviewed scientific studies and came to this conclusion: The world’s most widely used insecticides, neonicotinoids, have contaminated the environment across the planet so pervasively that global food production is at risk. The assessment, published on Tuesday, cites the chemicals as a key factor in the decline of bees, alongside the loss of flower-rich habitats meadows and disease. The insecticides harm bees’ ability to navigate and learn, damage their immune systems and cut colony growth. In worms, which provide a critical role in aerating soil, exposure to the chemicals affects their ability to tunnel. Dragonflies, which eat mosquitoes, and other creatures that live in water are also suffering, with some studies showing that ditchwater has become so contaminated it could be used directly as a lice-control pesticide. The report warned that loss of insects may be linked to major declines in the birds that feed on them, though it also notes that eating just a few insecticide-treated seeds would kill birds directly. The list of harms caused by neonicotinoids goes on and on. Yet, we won’t even know the harm it will cause to humans until decades from now. THE ACTION WORLD REGULATORS MUST TAKE IS CLEAR: BAN NEONICOTINOIDS! READ: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/jun/24/insecticides-world-food-supplies-risk The Task Force on Systemic Pesticides June 24 Press Release: http://www.tfsp.info/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/WIA-PR-REL.pdf PLEASE TAKE ACTION TO BAN NEONICS IN THE USA, ask your Congressional Representatives to support H.R. 2692 to ban neonics: http://action.panna.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=13939 TELL EPA to ban neonics: www.foe.org/epa-bees IN CANADA, sign this petition: http://elizabethmaymp.ca/get-involved/ban-neonicotinoids/ Tell Home Depot and Lowe’s CEOs to stop selling plants pre-treated with bee-killing neonic pesticides: http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/home-depot-and-loweswww.foe.org/epa-bees IN CANADA, sign this petition: http://elizabethmaymp.ca/get-involved/ban-neonicotinoids/ Tell Home Depot and Lowe’s CEOs to stop selling plants pre-treated with bee-killing neonic pesticides: http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/home-depot-and-lowes

questionall:

NEW REPORT: Worldwide Integrated Assessment on Systemic Pesticides. The Task Force on Systemic Pesticides, made up of 29 international researchers, conducted a four-year assessment of over 800 peer-reviewed scientific studies and came to this conclusion: The world’s most widely used insecticides, neonicotinoids, have contaminated the environment across the planet so pervasively that global food production is at risk. The assessment, published on Tuesday, cites the chemicals as a key factor in the decline of bees, alongside the loss of flower-rich habitats meadows and disease. The insecticides harm bees’ ability to navigate and learn, damage their immune systems and cut colony growth. In worms, which provide a critical role in aerating soil, exposure to the chemicals affects their ability to tunnel. Dragonflies, which eat mosquitoes, and other creatures that live in water are also suffering, with some studies showing that ditchwater has become so contaminated it could be used directly as a lice-control pesticide. The report warned that loss of insects may be linked to major declines in the birds that feed on them, though it also notes that eating just a few insecticide-treated seeds would kill birds directly. The list of harms caused by neonicotinoids goes on and on. Yet, we won’t even know the harm it will cause to humans until decades from now. THE ACTION WORLD REGULATORS MUST TAKE IS CLEAR: BAN NEONICOTINOIDS! READ: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/jun/24/insecticides-world-food-supplies-risk The Task Force on Systemic Pesticides June 24 Press Release: http://www.tfsp.info/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/WIA-PR-REL.pdf PLEASE TAKE ACTION TO BAN NEONICS IN THE USA, ask your Congressional Representatives to support H.R. 2692 to ban neonics: http://action.panna.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=13939 TELL EPA to ban neonics: www.foe.org/epa-bees IN CANADA, sign this petition: http://elizabethmaymp.ca/get-involved/ban-neonicotinoids/ Tell Home Depot and Lowe’s CEOs to stop selling plants pre-treated with bee-killing neonic pesticides: http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/home-depot-and-loweswww.foe.org/epa-bees IN CANADA, sign this petition: http://elizabethmaymp.ca/get-involved/ban-neonicotinoids/ Tell Home Depot and Lowe’s CEOs to stop selling plants pre-treated with bee-killing neonic pesticides: http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/home-depot-and-lowes

Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.
Pablo Picasso (1881–1973, Spanish)

m-as-tu-vu:

Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni in Ieri oggi domani (1963)