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thehumansidetopoet:

There are levels to this shit 
Jul 31, 2014 / 23,748 notes

thehumansidetopoet:

There are levels to this shit 

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Jul 30, 2014 / 3,984 notes

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homedesigning:

Indoor Hot Tub
Jul 24, 2014 / 397 notes
uromancy:

Heinrich Caesar Berann. Sphärenharfe (Cosmic Harp)
Jul 24, 2014 / 480 notes

uromancy:

Heinrich Caesar Berann. Sphärenharfe (Cosmic Harp)

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Jul 24, 2014 / 747 notes

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ifuckingloveminerals:

Vanadinite, Galena, Quartz
Jul 24, 2014 / 409 notes
almaraye:

Fear Not - 
Larry Andreasen Photography 
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Jul 22, 2014 / 16,321 notes

almaraye:

Fear Not -

Larry Andreasen Photography

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Jul 22, 2014 / 343 notes

madmothmiko:

Bosmitze

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fastcompany:

Director Mike Cahill on how iris-scanning technology, Richard Dawkins, and a TED talk inspired his new film, I Origins.

Cahill based Pitt’s Ian Gray character loosely on scientist Richard Dawkins. “The scanning of the color part of your eye has been around since 1987 when he figured out the algorithm and it’s been a slow-growing technology over the years. Nowadays in New York City if a person is arrested they get their eye scanned, babies in hospitals get their eyes scanned, you can go through the fast lane at the airport if you do your iris scan.”
The filmmaker became further sold on the power of iris scans after checking out a TED Talk by Jeff Carter. “He talks about how fingerprints only give you so many degrees of accuracy, where as the patterns in your eyes form when you’re in your mother’s womb and stay the same for you for your entire life,” Cahill notes. “From a technological standpoint, it’s a great way to ID a person. And since the eye has also enticed poets since the dawn of civilization, it seemed like a wonderful meeting place for two of my greatest passions—science and spirituality.”
Jul 21, 2014 / 119 notes

fastcompany:

Director Mike Cahill on how iris-scanning technology, Richard Dawkins, and a TED talk inspired his new film, I Origins.

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Cahill based Pitt’s Ian Gray character loosely on scientist Richard Dawkins. “The scanning of the color part of your eye has been around since 1987 when he figured out the algorithm and it’s been a slow-growing technology over the years. Nowadays in New York City if a person is arrested they get their eye scanned, babies in hospitals get their eyes scanned, you can go through the fast lane at the airport if you do your iris scan.”

The filmmaker became further sold on the power of iris scans after checking out a TED Talk by Jeff Carter. “He talks about how fingerprints only give you so many degrees of accuracy, where as the patterns in your eyes form when you’re in your mother’s womb and stay the same for you for your entire life,” Cahill notes. “From a technological standpoint, it’s a great way to ID a person. And since the eye has also enticed poets since the dawn of civilization, it seemed like a wonderful meeting place for two of my greatest passions—science and spirituality.”

Jul 21, 2014 / 746 notes

thekhooll:

Casa Palillos Vertice Arquitectos


Artificial Light by (Fragile Oasis)
Jul 21, 2014 / 14,478 notes

Artificial Light by (Fragile Oasis)

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Jul 20, 2014 / 27,886 notes
4gifs:

Little brothers. [video]
Jul 19, 2014 / 14,049 notes

4gifs:

Little brothers. [video]

Jul 19, 2014 / 51,779 notes

asylum-art:

Creative Sculptures by Hedi Xandt

Hedi Xandt imagines impressive sculptures. Mixing styles and materials with talent, the artist invites us to discover his dark and intense universe.

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Jul 19, 2014 / 118,419 notes

Wow It’s mom, but I’m sleepy 

This is how I sleep

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