Powderdays

Watching the first season of Vikings.. 

Smithsonian Magazine’s 2013 Photo Contest, in focus

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zerostatereflex:

NASA’s Starshade

This animation shows the prototype starshade, a giant structure designed to block the glare of stars so that future space telescopes can take pictures of planets.”

(That last GIF is a prototype,..it’s like we’re using the natural mechanics of flower petals for space..so awesome.)

One day this may be used to take the first picture of another Earth. 

(via partificialsyntelligence)

nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes

2am wake-ups are the worst

k0dah:

Transport by iconicphotoservices on Flickr

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Lake Satka, Russia by Mikhail Trakhtenberg

“It’s funny how hello is always accompied with goodbye. It’s funny how good memories can start to make you cry. It’s funny how forever never seems to really last. It’s funny how much you’d lose if you forgot about your past. It’s funny how friends can leave you when you’re down. It’s funny how when you need someone, they’re never around. It’s funny how people change and think they’re so much better. It’s funny how many lies can be packed in one ‘love letter’. It’s funny how people can forgive, even though they can’t forget. It’s funny how one night can contain so much regret. It’s funny how ironic life turns out to be. But, the funniest part of all is that none of this really seems funny to me.”

—   Daily Relatable Love Quotes (via thelovewhisperer)

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cabinporn:

One of hundreds of abandoned cabins in Sicily, Italy. They linger after the massive migration of rural farmers to cities across the world that began in the late 19th century, known as Italian Diaspora.Photo by Duncan Vogel.

But there such great sites for late night parties :)

cabinporn:

One of hundreds of abandoned cabins in Sicily, ItalyThey linger after the massive migration of rural farmers to cities across the world that began in the late 19th century, known as Italian Diaspora.

Photo by Duncan Vogel.

But there such great sites for late night parties :)

“Millions of people never analyze themselves. Mentally they are mechanical products of the factory of their environment, preoccupied with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, working and sleeping, and going here and there to be entertained. They don’t know what or why they are seeking, nor why they never realize complete happiness and lasting satisfaction. By evading self-analysis, people go on being robots, conditioned by their environment. True self-analysis is the greatest art of progress.”

—   (via elige)

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