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“Our anxieties quickly diminish if we give ourselves time to think them...
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Ever hear of the ol' saying, "you can't set foot in the same river twice"? Well, the saying is indeed true; after all, you, and the river, change the instant after you pull your foot back out. Atoms have replaced themselves within both you and the water, along with the fact that the water you initially penetrated is now farther off...
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From jozhall
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In the US much talk can be heard about the Baby Boomer's beginning to collect S.S. The ideal is that all of us retire from whatever it is we do and begin to live comfortable, interesting and rewarding years away from the 9 to 5. For many this may be far from reality. To think of living in today's world on S.S. alone is a joke to keep it light....
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I have decided to take the bold step of trying to provide a fundamental working hypothesis for the...
From Wildcat
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Project:
What happened to nature?
 
In the 'tricity' of Gdynia-Sopot-Gdansk in Poland there is a suburb with a cathedral, Oliwa...
From meika
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From aaron kinney
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From 3LSZVJA9
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From 3LSZVJA9
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These words are breath on a cold morning drawn through the throat of the blood-gilled trout— the belly becomes white, becomes the belly of a cloud front tumbling over snow capped mountains. It doesn’t matter the hows or whys rather that there is nothing else at this moment & everything else from now on. The sun learns...
From fishingpoet
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In honor of this year's Fractal Art contest I've decided to post about my experiences learning how...
From HackerLastPip
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lots of beautiful Fractals winners here
From Wildcat
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Inspired by this and in relation to this, I was discussing the possibility of dimensions beyond our...
From paulteagan
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I recently read an article by Manuel DeLanda discussing Non-Organic Life and the Mechanical...
From HackerLastPip
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Evolution, as we all know, has crawled to a halt. All we will see in the coming millennia is some...
From lateral
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There is an endless debate raging from just about forever about what constitutes the nature of a human, the following is a short list of features that to my mind belong to the human nature, should belong to the human nature or will belong to the human nature if and when we as a specie will evolve into a creature that is a bit more than a verbose...
From Wildcat
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It is a really good feeling to be part of a project with is neophil! In Germany, where i life, a huge amount of poeple is feared by the ongoing technical improvment. They would love to be back in the "good old days", but i am diffenrent. I hope i can find enough time to partitipate here, wanna learn and talk to poeple with are open...
From UsualRedAnt
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My father once asked me a question a long while ago. Essentially, we were talking about religion and some of the aspects of it. He's committed to his beliefs but this time, he posed a question that didn't sound like him and one I occasionally ponder. "If God created the world and God is in control of what we consider our immediate...
From weightshift
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Without meaning to enter too far into the realm of religeous discussion I'd like to share this...
From martinobianco
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just the other day i was having a conversation with rene about the usefulness of data...
From josh
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Within the past year, I have become aware that my brain has been sabotaging my daily efforts to...
From paulteagan
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Art very seldom follows rules; it is dynamic, rhythmic, substantial, sporadic, expressive. However,...
From byte
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This so-called curse of knowledge, a phrase used in a 1989 paper in The Journal of Political Economy, means that once you’ve become an expert in a particular subject, it’s hard to imagine not knowing what you do. Your conversations with others in the field are peppered with catch phrases and jargon that are foreign to the uninitiated. When...
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When particles collides, what do we see? A glimpse of infinity? Jared Tarbell explores simulated...
From pacocamino
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The Standard Model that explains what the world is and what holds it together. It is a simple and...
From Zukzuk
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a friend of mine invited me to join a tribe today. it sounded slightly cultish (a new god, initiation rituals, survival workshops), but in general i'm interested in fringe societies, and this friend of mine is an artist, so i agreed to follow its development. but it occured to me: there are going to be a shitload of end of the world cults around...
From meganmay
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Correcting the implied perpetuality of the traditional recycle symbol: According to the laws...
From alborz
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I’ve seen more lately. I imagine some K-Mart shopper tossing nonchalantly the plastic wrapper from a pack of menthols into the air while walking away from the automatic doors. Before it reaches the ground some chemical or biblical shift has occurred, creating conglomerates of cells for feathers, knobby legs & feet, beady eyes...
From fishingpoet
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But i like it.
From Zombine
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There is much ahead of us. We don't know what gravity is; neither do we know the nature of heat, light and electricity. We are only animals. We are coming out of the dog stage and getting a glimpse of our environment. We don't know - we just suspect a few things. Our practice of shooting, one another in war is proof that we are animals. The...
From brocatus
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One population becomes destructive & the weight of necessity becomes evident. Bottlenecks bursting at their seams— this our lineage & history. The poplars will bend under their perfect weight— the weight of ten billion eons. They look on with faces bright from attention— resolute & randomly tittering in the blue...
From fishingpoet
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How would you feel if you had no fear? Feel like that. How would you behave toward other people if you realized their powerlessness to hurt you? Behave like that. How would you react to so-called misfortune if you saw its inability to bother you? React like that. How would you think toward yourself if you knew you were really all right? Think like...
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@ Southern California Institute of Architecture |SCI-Arc Gallery - 960 e. 3rd st. Los Angeles|...
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From rodneyw
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"...We are at the beginning of a massive recontexting of our social life. We live in this new...
From Wildcat
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A work by Franziska Schenk, an artist in residence at the Natural History Museum. She uses newly...
From Athila
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Today especially, for no distinguishable reason, I really do feel that there are things that can be...
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From Wildcat
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Timid thoughts, do not be afraid of me. I am a poet. * Rabindranath Tagore
From Wildcat
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From the Wikipedia: A given set of tiles, in the Euclidean plane or some other geometric...
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How to ask your doctor for natural viagra .
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