neomexicanismos:

:::Pictogramas mexicas con sus palabras:::

neomexicanismos:

:::Pictogramas mexicas con sus palabras:::

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ripituc:

Efectos del Terremoto de 1985 en la zona central de Chile. La primera foto es de San Antonio, la segunda no regista identificación

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stardustandwands:

September 19th, 1985 - An earthquake occurred in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Mexican state of Michoacan, more than 350km from Mexico City. Mexico’s City was shaken for this earthquake, at 7:19am (CST), magnitude 8.1. More than 30,000 lives were lost.

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fuckyeah1990s:

free cake for every creature - fade into you (mazzy star cover)

artealataque:

Interviniendo el espacio público contra el olvido.

A 8 años de su segunda desaparición forzada SILENCIO K = IMPUNIDAD!

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griseus:

IF YOU BELIEVE SIZE MATTERS:  PALAU, A SMALL ISLAND IN PACIFIC IS ESTABLISHING A NON-FISHING ZONE THE SIZE OF FRANCE

In 2009, the island of Palau, located in the western Pacific Ocean just above New Guinea, established the first shark sanctuary in the world. Officials from the country say they’ve seen such success with the shark sanctuary as a buzzing tourist destination that they’ve launched plans to ban all commercial fishing in Palau’s large ocean territory by 2018.

The free fishing zone will span 630,000 square kilometres (240,000 square miles) - an area the size of France - and has been described as “unprecedented”.

The reason behind the no-fishing zone, according to the President of Palau Tommy Remengesau, was to allow the ocean to heal and replenish its populations of fish after decades of overfishing by commerical enterprises from around the world. 

Remengesau said Pacific island nations, which are also struggling to deal with climate change, were effectively “the conscience of the world" on environmental matters and had to lead by example because of their special connection with the ocean,” says Neil Sands for AFP.

The ocean is our way of life,” Remengesau told journalists. “It sustains and nurtures us, provides us with the basics of our Pacific island cultures, our very identities.”

Remengesau added that sharks offered more value to Palau as eco-tourism assets, saying that a 2011 study conducted by the Australian Institute of Marine Science concluded that a single reef shark could raise almost US$2 million for the local economy over 10 years thanks to the tourists that visit it. Figures put the tourism industry as being almost 30 times more lucrative to Palau than the commercial tuna industry. No attacks have ever occurred as the operators are careful to make sure everyone keeps a safe distance from the sharks.

We feel that a live shark is worth a thousand times more than a dead one,Remengesau said

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StarWars en códice Azteca.

StarWars en códice Azteca.

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Don’t kill yourself, please.

piercethefvck:

If you’re suffering from depression and are looking for a sign to not go through with ending your life, this is it. This is the sign. We care.

If you see this on your dash, reblog it. You could save a life.

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Ebony Magazine: Afropunk Before Afropunk

Back in 1980, when Bad Brains was just four Chocolate City jazz fusionists more into Herbie Hancock than the Clash, group members H.R. (singer), Darryl Jenifer (guitarist), Dr. Know (bassist and Earl Hudson (drummer) were turned out by the audio angst of original Brit-punks the Sex Pistols, and never looked back. Performing regularly at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., merging hardcore, dub and metal, this rhythmic revolution was the beginning of the Afropunk generation


Read more at EBONY http://www.ebony.com/entertainment-culture/afropunk-before-afropunk-232#ixzz3DjJkMrH0
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