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June252012
I want to live in this place!!!

I want to live in this place!!!

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May212012
“The preference for symmetry was the product of non-differential conditioning.”

Alighting on EchinaceaPhoto by Mark Round/Flickr, cc by-nc-nd 2.0

Researchers at the University of Ottawa discovered that bumblebees don’t have a natural preference for symmetry in nature. In the journal Learning and Motivation, the Canadian scientists’ found that once bees learn to distinguish bilateral symmetry by rewards for symmetry, they begin to strive for the perfect flower.

~Susan Leem, associate producer

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A picture of the eclipse 2012 from the NASA.

A picture of the eclipse 2012 from the NASA.

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ilovecharts:

The chart I made after listening to this inspirational speech from the very talented and wise Neil Gaiman.
Very useful advice for a soon-to-be freelancer. 
-batsandbones 

ilovecharts:

The chart I made after listening to this inspirational speech from the very talented and wise Neil Gaiman.

Very useful advice for a soon-to-be freelancer. 

-batsandbones 

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“There was reality, and there was reality, and some things were more real than others.” Anansi Boys, Neil Gaiman (via neilgaiman)

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March292012
beingblog:

“The thing I came for:the wreck and not the story of the wreckthe thing itself and not the myth.”
~Adrienne Rich, poet and feminist icon (May 16, 1929 - March 27, 2012).
From her book and poem Diving into the Wreck.
Photo by ChrisDag. (Taken with instagram)

beingblog:

“The thing I came for:
the wreck and not the story of the wreck
the thing itself and not the myth.”

~Adrienne Rich, poet and feminist icon (May 16, 1929 - March 27, 2012).

From her book and poem Diving into the Wreck.

Photo by ChrisDag. (Taken with instagram)

February132012
“The problem with fiction, it has to be plausible. That’s not true with non-fiction.”

Tom Wolfe

/via Brain Pickings

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beingblog:

“What hope shall we gather, what dreams shall we sow? Where the wind calls our wandering footsteps we go.” ~Sarojini Naidu, from “Wandering Singers”
Sarojini Naidu (February 13, 1879–March 2, 1949) was the first female president of the Indian National Congress. She is known as the “Nightingale of India.”
Photo by Mikl-em. (Taken with instagram)

beingblog:

“What hope shall we gather, what dreams shall we sow?
Where the wind calls our wandering footsteps we go.”
~Sarojini Naidu, from “Wandering Singers”

Sarojini Naidu (February 13, 1879–March 2, 1949) was the first female president of the Indian National Congress. She is known as the “Nightingale of India.”

Photo by Mikl-em. (Taken with instagram)

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