Glimpses of a REALITY

How many of life's gems can we find? How many can we make? This is YEAR 3.
~ Sunday, September 7 ~
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subtilitas:

Christian Kerez - Competition wining entry for the Center of Contemporary Arts, Warsaw 2007.

subtilitas:

Christian Kerez - Competition wining entry for the Center of Contemporary Arts, Warsaw 2007.


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~ Thursday, September 4 ~
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greaterections:

CaixaForum, Madrid

Herzog & De Meuron

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natureisthegreatestartist:

Quite a garden, yes? This is what happens when 15,000 plants are artfully attached to the wall of a former power plant in Madrid.  

natureisthegreatestartist:

Quite a garden, yes? This is what happens when 15,000 plants are artfully attached to the wall of a former power plant in Madrid.  


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Caixa Forum is amazing.

Caixa Forum is amazing.


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~ Monday, September 1 ~
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twofacedsheep:

Many don’t realize but many breeds of sheep naturally have tails (there are also quite the handful that have shorter, or rat tails). These tails are often docked in most countries and among most breeds, making the sheep resemble how we are used to seeing them.
25% of sheep breeds however belong to a group called “Fat-Tailed Sheep”, and it is not customary to dock their tails. In fact, the tail fat is considered a delicacy in some cultures.
This sheared fellow is of the long tailed variety. The animal lives in Saudi Arabia.

twofacedsheep:

Many don’t realize but many breeds of sheep naturally have tails (there are also quite the handful that have shorter, or rat tails). These tails are often docked in most countries and among most breeds, making the sheep resemble how we are used to seeing them.

25% of sheep breeds however belong to a group called “Fat-Tailed Sheep”, and it is not customary to dock their tails. In fact, the tail fat is considered a delicacy in some cultures.

This sheared fellow is of the long tailed variety. The animal lives in Saudi Arabia.


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~ Thursday, August 28 ~
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txchnologist:

One Type of Fusion Accounts For Nearly All Of Sun’s Power, Detector Finds

by Michael Keller

The cool instrument above is what you get to work with if you are on the hunt for neutrinos, the tiny subatomic particles with barely any mass that rarely interact with other matter. Theses pictures all show the Borexino Collaboration particle physics experiment, which is designed to detect a type of neutrino predicted to fly out of the sun due to nuclear fusion of proton atoms at its core. 

The group announced today that their instrument, which is buried nearly 3,200 feet under a mountain to minimize interference from other particles, has detected the so-called pp neutrino. This variety of particle is the result of energy-generating nuclear reactions caused by the fusing of two protons. The team’s results indicate that 99 percent of the sun’s power comes from this type of fusion at its core. 

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radiicvl:

plhants:

morgancrawf:

official-maximum-ride:

Decided to take a video while flying this morning.
Best. Idea. Ever.

perfection

Reminder that this actually exists in our world
THIS IS REAL

I’m gonna cry.

radiicvl:

plhants:

morgancrawf:

official-maximum-ride:

Decided to take a video while flying this morning.

Best. Idea. Ever.

perfection

Reminder that this actually exists in our world


THIS IS REAL

I’m gonna cry.


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~ Saturday, August 23 ~
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did-you-kno:

A recent study shows the aerosol pollution in Asia is creating stronger storms in the Pacific Ocean, which will ultimately cause weather changes in North America. 
Source

did-you-kno:

A recent study shows the aerosol pollution in Asia is creating stronger storms in the Pacific Ocean, which will ultimately cause weather changes in North America. 

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