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Paul Anthony Webb (M, 29)
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    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.
    I've forgotten about this site, but have been thinking a lot about space and time recently. I'll upload those thoughts here soon.
    Tue, Jun 3, 2014  Permanent link

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    I created a display typeface and all I could think of using it for was for space-related things ... I have been feeling a bit uneasy lately, like something grand in scale is going to happen, or maybe I just *want* something to happen.

    I have no problem sleeping, but I am restless when I wake up. Anyhoo, I'm rambling, I'll leave my musings for a dedicated post. Feel free to download "Rainbow Fragments" @ http://dsgn.pw-software.com/ under "///— Freebies".
    Thu, Apr 28, 2011  Permanent link

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    I've had this obsession with space since the age of 8. Later on in middle school, I would read a book concerning Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, the infamous, "E=mc²". Anyhoo, I scribbled a rough sketch of what you see now.

    Yup, 10 years in the making.



    Take an immense mass, like a sun for instance. It is also comprised of energy. Find a way to harness that power and put it on a spaceship. Connect the solar power converter to the acceleration drive and keep collecting that beautiful raw power. With exponential power increases, why shouldn't infinite velocity be attained?

    Energy is equal to mass, multiplied by the velocity of light, squared. 'Nuff said.

    Created a blank version to sell as a print at some point. The full-size is A4.



    You can view / download both of these at higher resolutions on my Flickr / http://www.flickr.com/photos/wingsofdreams/sets/72157624403958676/with/4753592103/ .

    UPDATE : Get the 20x30 print at / http://www.deviantart.com/print/13020172/ .
    Thu, Jul 1, 2010  Permanent link

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    . . . this must be what it feels / looks like. This must be what it is. Just. WOW. Amazing work here, I have no more to say, just watch it.

    / from Semiconductor on Vimeo
    Sat, Jun 19, 2010  Permanent link

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    ... Music + Ideas + Infinite Possibilities in Space




    Explosive soundscapes immersed in spacial nebulae
    That's all I need from today till the day I die.



    The Visual
    The Soundtrack
    Thu, Jan 14, 2010  Permanent link

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    This is a quick copy and paste of a post on my portfolio's blog. After I hit "Publish", I realized it would be *perfect* here.



    After watching this, I just thought of how insignificant I am in the grand scheme of things. That's not to say my existence doesn't matter but we are all but minuscule molecules in grains of sand compared to all that there is in space.

    What's even more amazing is that we've only been able to map out *half* of space, and that's just with our current instruments. Our nearest neighbors are hundreds of light-years away, probably watching a similar video and wondering if they'll ever meet an alien species. I'd like to say "of course we will" but man ... consider my mind blown.

    War, violence, unrest, your boss, and my next door neighbors don't even matter anymore. How could I focus on such things when there is an abundance of what we don't know?

    This is amazing, simply amazing.
    Thu, Dec 17, 2009  Permanent link

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