Vistas dende a #piscina de #Malasaña, en #Madrid

Vistas dende a #piscina de #Malasaña, en #Madrid

A las 15:00 se ha superado el umbral de informacion a la poblacion por ozono (180 microg/m3) en 7 esetaciones de la red. La tendencia es empeorar. Mas informacion en www.mambiente.munimadrid.es

A las 14:00 se ha superado el umbral de informacion a la poblacion por ozono (180 microg/m3) en la estacion Plaza Fernandez Ladreda con un valor de 192 microg/m3. La tendencia es empeorar. Mas informacion en www.mambiente.munimadrid.es

Polo ao #curry con #pementos de #Padrón by @charitoria.  I’m impressed.

Polo ao #curry con #pementos de #Padrón by @charitoria. I’m impressed.

#Gazpacho caseiro #kingsize by @charitoria

#Gazpacho caseiro #kingsize by @charitoria

#pementos de #Herbón (#Padrón).

#pementos de #Herbón (#Padrón).

O coñecemento inabarcábel. Prelude to #Foundation, by Isaac #Asimov (1988) #notas #books #libros

O coñecemento inabarcábel. Prelude to #Foundation, by Isaac #Asimov (1988) #notas #books #libros

storiesofstruggle:

Remember that time an Israeli minister threatened Palestinians with a holocaust?

storiesofstruggle:

Remember that time an Israeli minister threatened Palestinians with a holocaust?

rocksandants:

Humans will now be forever inscribed into the Earth’s geological history. Our everlasting signature? Plastic-infused stones. The newly identified stone, according to a report from The Geological Society of America, has been officially named plastiglomerate. It is formed when plastic trash melts and fuses together with natural materials such as basaltic lava fragments, sand, shells, wood and coral, resulting in a plastic-rock hybrid. Researchers say the new material is likely to last a very long time, possibly becoming a permanent marker in Earth’s geologic record. In the photo above: An example of clastic plastiglomerate found on Kamilo Beach. Clastic type is a combination of “basalt, coral, shells, and local woody debris” that are “cemented with grains of sand in a plastic matrix.” (via Plastiglomerate: The New And Horrible Way Humans Are Leaving Their Mark On The Planet)


Plastiglomerados: un tipo de rochas que só existen por graza e desgraza dos humanos.  Lava solidificada con bolsas de Carrefour, por exemplo. Si, poderiamos estar entrando na época xeolóxica Plastiquense Inferior.

rocksandants:

Humans will now be forever inscribed into the Earth’s geological history. Our everlasting signature? Plastic-infused stones. The newly identified stone, according to a report from The Geological Society of America, has been officially named plastiglomerate. It is formed when plastic trash melts and fuses together with natural materials such as basaltic lava fragments, sand, shells, wood and coral, resulting in a plastic-rock hybrid. Researchers say the new material is likely to last a very long time, possibly becoming a permanent marker in Earth’s geologic record. In the photo above: An example of clastic plastiglomerate found on Kamilo Beach. Clastic type is a combination of “basalt, coral, shells, and local woody debris” that are “cemented with grains of sand in a plastic matrix.” (via Plastiglomerate: The New And Horrible Way Humans Are Leaving Their Mark On The Planet)

Plastiglomerados: un tipo de rochas que só existen por graza e desgraza dos humanos. Lava solidificada con bolsas de Carrefour, por exemplo. Si, poderiamos estar entrando na época xeolóxica Plastiquense Inferior.