Headed Down South
noahpatricia:

Love
thebadandgood:

Country

thebadandgood:

Country

8 AM class…
justinjoung:

chaco pup.

justinjoung:

chaco pup.

spyyy:

reifaun:

your body is 93% stardust so dont give up little star (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

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Every element in the periodic table aside from hydrogen is essentially stardust, we have to determine how much of our body is made up of this stardust.  If we know how many hydrogen atoms are in our body, then we can say that the rest is stardust.  Our body is composed of roughly 7x1027 atoms. 4.2x1027 of them are hydrogen. Remember that hydrogen is bigbang dust and not stardust. This leaves 2.8x1027 atoms of stardust. Thus the amount of stardust atoms in our body is 40%.

Since stardust atoms are the heavier elements, the percentage of star mass in our body is much more impressive. Most of the hydrogen in our body floats around in the form of water. The human body is about 60% water and hydrogen only accounts for 11% of that water mass. Even though water consists of two hydrogen atoms for every oxygen, hydrogen has much less mass. We can conclude that 93% of the mass in our body is stardust. 

I enjoyed my time up north, pretty badass area (everyone is much friendlier than portrayed), but damn does it feel good to be back south.

totalfratmove:

The two things you can be bad at and still enjoy. TFM.