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Saxon: siniristiriita siniristiriita Stuff my chemistry teacher has started telling us about because he got distracted 1. The role of building pyramids on the maintenance of the cultural stability of ancient Egypt 2. The exact way that a molotov cocktail works against a tank 3. How a number of different modernly extinct or preventable illnesses affected European culture at their time (multiple occasions) 4. The evolutionary explanation as to why middle-european alcohol culture differs from eastern-european one 5. How climate zones work 6. How the camera was invented 7. Stories relating to wars fought in Europe between the 15th and 21st centuries (multiple occasions) 8. How allergies are born, and why they happen 9. Horoscopes and the differences between astrology and astronomy 10. Astrophysics (multiple occasions) 11. The arabic alphabet 12. The invention of milk chocolate 13. How the man who founded the LIDL supermarket chain used to be his grandmother's subtenant 14. Greek, anglo-saxon and egyptian mythology (multiple occasions) 15. The multiverse theory, and how technically speaking we might never meet aliens because we do not exist to them 16. How counting with your fingers affects the structure of math 17. The private lives of the Nobel brothers (multiple occasions) 18. The inherently catholic roots of the flag of the European Union, and general history of catholic iconography 19. How so many celtic traditions have found their way to Finland 20. All the places he has seen whale meat 21. How queen Victoria and queen Elizabeth respectively rose to power 22. The effects of hallucinogens on ancient religions (multiple occasions) 23. How women's shorter skirts and men ceasing to spit on floors indoors helped to stop the rampant spread of tuberculosis (related to #3 but he went on for 30 minutes about this one) 24. The Westermarck-effect and why it didn't apply to Egyptian pharaohs 25. The moonshine business his grandma used to run in the 40s 26. The effects of meat-eating on the human brain These are all from four weeks of classes in basic chem, where we are supposed to be learning how to read the periodic table and stuff 81 notes Chemistry
Saxon: siniristiriita
 siniristiriita
 Stuff my chemistry teacher has started telling us about because he got
 distracted
 1. The role of building pyramids on the maintenance of the cultural stability
 of ancient Egypt
 2. The exact way that a molotov cocktail works against a tank
 3. How a number of different modernly extinct or preventable illnesses
 affected European culture at their time (multiple occasions)
 4. The evolutionary explanation as to why middle-european alcohol culture
 differs from eastern-european one
 5. How climate zones work
 6. How the camera was invented
 7. Stories relating to wars fought in Europe between the 15th and 21st
 centuries (multiple occasions)
 8. How allergies are born, and why they happen
 9. Horoscopes and the differences between astrology and astronomy
 10. Astrophysics (multiple occasions)
 11. The arabic alphabet
 12. The invention of milk chocolate
 13. How the man who founded the LIDL supermarket chain used to be his
 grandmother's subtenant
 14. Greek, anglo-saxon and egyptian mythology (multiple occasions)
 15. The multiverse theory, and how technically speaking we might never
 meet aliens because we do not exist to them
 16. How counting with your fingers affects the structure of math
 17. The private lives of the Nobel brothers (multiple occasions)
 18. The inherently catholic roots of the flag of the European Union, and
 general history of catholic iconography
 19. How so many celtic traditions have found their way to Finland
 20. All the places he has seen whale meat
 21. How queen Victoria and queen Elizabeth respectively rose to power
 22. The effects of hallucinogens on ancient religions (multiple occasions)
 23. How women's shorter skirts and men ceasing to spit on floors indoors
 helped to stop the rampant spread of tuberculosis (related to #3 but he
 went on for 30 minutes about this one)
 24. The Westermarck-effect and why it didn't apply to Egyptian pharaohs
 25. The moonshine business his grandma used to run in the 40s
 26. The effects of meat-eating on the human brain
 These are all from four weeks of classes in basic chem, where we are
 supposed to be learning how to read the periodic table and stuff
 81 notes
Chemistry

Chemistry

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Saxon: sillymarillion-comics knitmeapony: istillliveinnarnia brigwife brigwife: why is it not common knowledge that tolkien and c s lewis once went to a non-costume party dressed as polar bears tolkien also used to chase his neighbours down the street in full viking warrior gear, and once convinced a class he taught that leprechauns are real IS THIS TRUE BECAUSE THIS IS GOLD. PURE GOLD Both facts well documented. From this bio, for instance At Oxford, he was not only sometimes injudicious in the expenditure of money but could be absolutely rowdy in pursuing fun and in the practice of pranks. A great fan of The Marx Brothers' movies, throughout his life Tolkien was playful, liked pranks, costumes and incongruous comedy. "I have a very simple sense of humour," he wrote, "which even my appreciative critics find tiresome." Long after his high-spirited performances at King Edward's and the town-gown rowdiness of his Oxford days, when he was a don at Oxford, Tolkien was known to "dress up as An Anglo-Saxon warrior complete with axe and chase an astonished neighbour." He and C.S. Lewis once went to a party, which was not a costume party, as polar bears, Tolkien wearing a sheep skin and his face painted white." Carpenter, Tolkien: 130) In the middle of an academic lecture, he might take a four inch green shoe from out of his pocket as proof that leprechauns exist, and in old age he might hand a store clerk his false teeth with the coins. (Birzer, 5) Just imagine them doing vines Jack and Tollers
Saxon: sillymarillion-comics
 knitmeapony:
 istillliveinnarnia
 brigwife
 brigwife:
 why is it not common knowledge that tolkien and c s lewis
 once went to a non-costume party dressed as polar bears
 tolkien also used to chase his neighbours down the street in full
 viking warrior gear, and once convinced a class he taught that
 leprechauns are real
 IS THIS TRUE BECAUSE THIS IS GOLD. PURE GOLD
 Both facts well documented. From this bio, for instance
 At Oxford, he was not only sometimes injudicious in the expenditure
 of money but could be absolutely rowdy in pursuing fun and in the
 practice of pranks. A great fan of The Marx Brothers' movies,
 throughout his life Tolkien was playful, liked pranks, costumes and
 incongruous comedy. "I have a very simple sense of humour," he
 wrote, "which even my appreciative critics find tiresome." Long after
 his high-spirited performances at King Edward's and the town-gown
 rowdiness of his Oxford days, when he was a don at Oxford, Tolkien
 was known to "dress up as An Anglo-Saxon warrior complete with
 axe and chase an astonished neighbour." He and C.S. Lewis once
 went to a party, which was not a costume party, as polar bears,
 Tolkien wearing a sheep skin and his face painted white."
 Carpenter, Tolkien: 130) In the middle of an academic lecture, he
 might take a four inch green shoe from out of his pocket as proof that
 leprechauns exist, and in old age he might hand a store clerk his false
 teeth with the coins. (Birzer, 5)
 Just imagine them doing vines
Jack and Tollers

Jack and Tollers

Saxon: Brave knight charges towards the saxon army. (760 AD)
Saxon: Brave knight charges towards the saxon army. (760 AD)

Brave knight charges towards the saxon army. (760 AD)

Saxon: ON THIS DAY IN PRUSSIAN HISTORY germanbrothers:14 October 1806: During the War of the Fourth Coalition, the Battle of Jena-Aurstedt between France and Prussia ends in a French victory, subjugating the Kingdom of Prussia to the French Empire. So today ended the Battle of Jena-Aurstedt, aka “that day Prussia doesn’t like to talk about” because it fucking lost hardcore and it resulted in being France’s bitch for six years. To set things up, the War of the Fourth Coalition was in full swing, trying its hardest to bring down goddamn Napoleon. This time around it was Saxony, Prussia, Russia, Sweden, UK, putting aside their differences and historical hatred of each other for once in the common belief that France needed to just fuck off. You’d think Napoleon would get the message or something smh Napoleon, meanwhile, was laughing at the haters on his blog, publishing rude anon messages with gif responses, because that’s how much of a fuck he gave. Prussian forces, fearing the rise to French power (like the past 3 failed Coalition wars hadn’t tipped them off before), joined the fourth coalition against France, and Napoleon saw his chance to finally tap dat ass. In brightest day, in blackest night, Imma tap dat ass tonight -French Proverb, 1806  So the main loss on the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt led with the Prussian army, which was very ‘top-heavy’. Several higher officers held the same position and rank within a unit, which led to a lot of confusion and a month-long delay in the battle order, which led to a high state of French readiness when it actually happened. So first was the Battle of Jena, and it sucked. France v. Prussia Saxony, and Napoleon won. Like. super-won. 20,000 casualties on the Prussian/Saxon side and the army was forced to withdraw, their flanks broken and confused. So Napoleon was like ‘fuckin’ sweet’ and he saw his inbox flooded with anon hate, and he knew that he was on a roll. So he pushed on to Auerstedt. The Battle of Auerstedt would have been better and was going better until the Prussian army saw the loss of two of their commanders. With the loss of that upper-management there was confusion and chaos, and allowed Napoleon another swift victory. Auerstedt saw 13,000 casualties for the Prussians. So what about Napoleon? Well he at first didn’t even believe he had won. He told his commanders to go back and like, figure that shit out because no fucking way. But when it was obvious that he had won, his ego rose to the heavens and he proclaimed himself the hero of Jena - even though that title definitely belonged to someone else. To this day it is considered Napoleon’s single greatest triumph in his career. Because of that battle, French forces occupied Prussia for six years until the War of the Sixth Coalition, Prussia lost half of its territory, and most of its ego.
Saxon: ON THIS DAY IN PRUSSIAN HISTORY
germanbrothers:14 October 1806: During the War of the Fourth Coalition, the Battle of Jena-Aurstedt between France and Prussia ends in a French victory, subjugating the Kingdom of Prussia to the French Empire.
So today ended the Battle of Jena-Aurstedt, aka “that day Prussia doesn’t like to talk about” because it fucking lost hardcore and it resulted in being France’s bitch for six years.
To set things up, the War of the Fourth Coalition was in full swing, trying its hardest to bring down goddamn Napoleon. This time around it was Saxony, Prussia, Russia, Sweden,  UK, putting aside their differences and historical hatred of each other for once in the common belief that France needed to just fuck off.

You’d think Napoleon would get the message or something smh
Napoleon, meanwhile, was laughing at the haters on his blog, publishing rude anon messages with gif responses, because that’s how much of a fuck he gave.
Prussian forces, fearing the rise to French power (like the past 3 failed Coalition wars hadn’t tipped them off before), joined the fourth coalition against France, and Napoleon saw his chance to finally tap dat ass.

In brightest day, in blackest night, Imma tap dat ass tonight -French Proverb, 1806 
So the main loss on the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt led with the Prussian army, which was very ‘top-heavy’. Several higher officers held the same position and rank within a unit, which led to a lot of confusion and a month-long delay in the battle order, which led to a high state of French readiness when it actually happened.
So first was the Battle of Jena, and it sucked. France v. Prussia  Saxony, and Napoleon won. Like. super-won. 20,000 casualties on the Prussian/Saxon side and the army was forced to withdraw, their flanks broken and confused.

So Napoleon was like ‘fuckin’ sweet’ and he saw his inbox flooded with anon hate, and he knew that he was on a roll. So he pushed on to Auerstedt.
The Battle of Auerstedt would have been better and was going better until the Prussian army saw the loss of two of their commanders. With the loss of that upper-management there was confusion and chaos, and allowed Napoleon another swift victory. Auerstedt saw 13,000 casualties for the Prussians.
So what about Napoleon? Well he at first didn’t even believe he had won. He told his commanders to go back and like, figure that shit out because no fucking way. But when it was obvious that he had won, his ego rose to the heavens and he proclaimed himself the hero of Jena - even though that title definitely belonged to someone else.
To this day it is considered Napoleon’s single greatest triumph in his career.
Because of that battle, French forces occupied Prussia for six years until the War of the Sixth Coalition, Prussia lost half of its territory, and most of its ego.

germanbrothers:14 October 1806: During the War of the Fourth Coalition, the Battle of Jena-Aurstedt between France and Prussia ends in a...

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