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YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

ALSO YOU CAN TEST TO SEE WHERE YOU FIT IN THE PSYCHOPATH SPECTRUM HERE

MORE CRAZY BRAIN SCIENCE STUFF HERE

I scored a 67%. Wonderful. 

I scored a 70%.  Woohoo!

27% psychopath. This doesn’t bother me at all. Not sure I’d call myself ‘warm and empathic’ like they do, but …

24% Interesting…

33% whooo

64%. Almost twice as much as women and still more than men…

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andercas:

no matter how old I get

I will always be at least slightly convinced that I’m capable of hurting a stuffed animal’s feelings

Toy Story mentally fucked a generation of kids.

Nah, Toy Story just utilised those feelings, because I always felt like that and didn’t watch Toy Story until I was 20.

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henrycavills:

in movies when kids sneak out through their windows and im just like why dont you have screens in your windows who doesnt have screens in their windows what do you just let bees and bugs and birds and shit fly into your room what the fuck

this is why you guys had the black plague.

You do know that the black plague was at its height during the 1300s when the ancestors of most US, Canadian and Australian inhabitants weren’t living there yet? ;)

yamino:

Mapping Emotions On The Body: Love Makes Us Warm All Over

Close your eyes and imagine the last time you fell in love. Maybe you were walking next to your sweetheart in a park or staring into each other’s eyes over a latte.

Where did you feel the love? Perhaps you got “butterflies in your stomach” or you’re heart raced with excitement.

When a team of scientists in Finland asked people to map out where they felt different emotions on their bodies, it found that the results were surprisingly consistent, even across cultures.

People reported that happiness and love sparked activity across nearly the entire body, while depression had the opposite effect: It dampened feelings in the arms, legs and head. Danger and fear triggered strong sensations in the chest area, the volunteers said. And anger was one of the few emotions that activated the arms.

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Love melts a frozen heart, because SCIENCE

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Hm. At first glance this looked like a series of Iron Man suits to me. Then I wanted a “mood suit” that reacts according to mood and *then* I realized that we have the whole IM3 Extremis storyline and also that Tony’s reactor used to “power up” and down based on his feelings.

*cough*Istillwantasuitwithpowersbasedonemotion*cough*

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