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wandrlust:

Shizuoka Tower, Tokyo, Japan, 1967 — Kenzo Tange

wandrlust:

Shizuoka Tower, Tokyo, Japan, 1967 — Kenzo Tange

(Source: powojennymodernizm, via bbook)

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That conference or this conference?

phdstress:

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"True values entail suffering. That’s the way we think. All in all, we tend to view melancholia as more true. We prefer music and art to contain a touch of melancholia. So melancholia in itself is a value. Unhappy and unrequited love is more romantic than happy love. For we don’t think that’s completely real, do we?…Longing is true. It may be that there’s no truth at all to long for, but the longing itself is true. Just like pain is true. We feel it inside. It’s part of our reality."

— Lars von Trier (via bbook)

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inkbatts:

mitzi—may:

finickyfennec:

schweppesteaandsympathy:

hangingfire:

Because of my age and when MTV came on the scene, I imprinted on Let’s Dance-era New Romantic Bowie. These days I think Berlin Bowie is my favourite.

Soul Bowie and Berlin Bowie forever and ever.

Oh man.. gimme ALL DA BOWIES 

note how he is getting more handsome as he ages.

Eventually he’ll be 300 years old and a floating ball of glimmering light

(Source: copano, via iliketrainsandbowie)

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glonno:

"Le Voyage dans la lune" 1902

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eye-contact:

My Neighbor Totoro
Submitted by colore-pallido

eye-contact:

My Neighbor Totoro

Submitted by colore-pallido

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jtotheizzoe:

via sci-universe:

The glory of Saturn.
(Materials provided by ESA, NASA, ASI)

I feel like Cassini! Whoosh, flying through the outer solar system!

Speaking of Cassini, that wonderful robotic planetary explorer recently captured this view of a 200 mph hexagonal hurricane on Saturn’s pole, which may be hundreds of years old, each side of which is larger than the entire Earth:

As for why this massive hurricane is hexagonal? That remains somewhat of a mystery, although it is likely due to some strange standing wave fluid dynamics in Saturn’s gaseous atmosphere.

More Cassini goodness can be found here.

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thefinalimage:

Aningaaq, 2013, Jonás Cuarón
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thefinalimage:

Aningaaq, 2013, Jonás Cuarón

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nevver:

Your fears illustrated, John Vassos

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Heisenburg and Schrodinger are in a car together, driving down a road. A police officer pulls them over and says, “Do you know how fast you were going?” Heisenburg says, “No, but I can tell you exactly where I was.” The police officer decides that this is grounds for a search and finds a dead cat in the trunk. He walks up to the two and says, “Did you know there’s a dead cat in your trunk?” Schrodinger says, “Well, I do now.”

(Source: http, via swarleystinson)

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jtotheizzoe:

quantumaniac:

Rules of the Lab

#8 is used far more than anyone wants to admit.

jtotheizzoe:

quantumaniac:

Rules of the Lab

#8 is used far more than anyone wants to admit.