austinkleon:

Picasso’s Constellations

What are we looking at? According to biographer John Richardson, in the summer of 1924, “The splendor of the meridonal sky … inspired Picasso to create his own constellations: ink dots connected by fine pen lines that turn the zodiac into guitars and mandolins and the crotchen-dotted staves of musical scores.”

very geometrical (:

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My Legacy

mikefrawley:

Sometimes I wonder selfishly
who or what I might have been
instead of forever trapped in me
had I only loved the child within

In a world of seven billion souls
I’m but a frightened little one
yet sleepless late at night I ask
what good I actually may have done

Isolating, retreating, self-defeating
my young friends don’t be like me
if you love me, love yourself
and let me leave you as my legacy

This is a voice echoing…

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We have earned everyday to spend, now go live jolly and do not complain.

We have earned everyday to spend, now go live jolly and do not complain.

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skeptv:

Earth Juice - Episode 40 - What Causes Sinkholes?

After seeing the incredible footage of a sinkhole swallowing trees in a matter of seconds in Louisiana, we wanted to find out more.. Sam reveals the science behind one of nature’s scariest phenomena and looks at cases from around the world.

via Earth Unplugged.
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in a matter of seconds

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11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures

Follow the link for the source

To learn these words along with others of your native culture, especially Tribal cultures.

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edwardspoonhands:

jtotheizzoe:

via pbsdigitalstudios and laughingsquid:

Bohemian Gravity and a cappella version of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” 

Brilliant. Although now I’m waiting for the “volcano version” where “MAMAAAAA” becomes “LAVAAAAAA. OOooooOOOooo!”

Quantum Queen! Brilliant way to start the day. McGill University master’s student Timothy Blais turned his thesis on three-dimensional gravity into a rock opera cover tune. He has also apparently learned to clone himself.

When you consider that Brian May is an actual astrophysicist and Freddie is named for the closest planet to the sun, this just gets better.

I mean…the ratio of work done on it to number of people who can truly appreciate it has never been lower for a YouTube video…ever. That isn’t to say that you won’t love this. I did, and I had no idea what the frak he was talking about 90% of the time.

Volcanic!

ninadobrev:

Picture Quote of the day: Being insane is so much cooler than being normal. Normal is boring. #we’reallalittlecrazy #crazyisthenewcool
View more Nina Dobrev on WhoSay 

Dancing in the rain

ninadobrev:

Picture Quote of the day: Being insane is so much cooler than being normal. Normal is boring. #we’reallalittlecrazy #crazyisthenewcool

View more Nina Dobrev on WhoSay

Dancing in the rain

thisfeliciaday:

Buttcat Latte

Lattes makes me smile

thisfeliciaday:

Buttcat Latte

Lattes makes me smile

figmentdotcom:

pgispicturegirl:

Confession: I Love The Smell Of Old Books… 

One of the best smells ever.

good posture

figmentdotcom:

pgispicturegirl:

Confession: I Love The Smell Of Old Books… 

One of the best smells ever.

good posture