If you follow the direction of mystics who have been pointing out for thousands of years the folly of mankind striving to shape what turns out to be an illusory world here on Earth then you’ll probably enjoy this clip based around the furtherest photo taken of Earth, where the planet we call home is no more than a single blue dot upon a backdrop of an infinitely expansive sky. Everything that happens on Earth is instantly put into a more realistic proportion ie. insignificant
linkage: the pale blue dot
A colorful collection of light graffiti photos
linkage: light graffiti
This is a nice way to look at a collection of photos, like a pile of Polaroids on a desktop.
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Well it exists, but only in our brain. The same can be said of all the other colours. That they only exist in our head. But all the other colours have a wavelength. Magenta it turns out doesn’t. It just does not have a wave length associated with it. How weird is that? Our brain just makes one up to fill the gap!
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C’mon admit it. For the last little while as your consciousness has expanded you have been getting more and more interested in the universe and ultimately your position in it. You have started to look into quantum physics, spirituality, and the energy connections that bind us. You have started reading about eastern philosophy. You even have a few books on meditation and chakras.
Then you come across one of those books by Steven Hawking on how the hell the universe works. All of a sudden it all comes apart as you realise just how much you don’t know. Welcome to the tenth dimension. Come have a look they explain it all with very good animations.
linkage: understanding the ten dimensions
Never fear. The clever data modelers over at ideogram.com have a collection of amazingly beautiful diagrams explaining to solve any problem. Have a look and then see if you and a few friends can’t solve the human need for violence of the body and mind.
linkage: how to solve complex problems
Stumbled across this nice photo-journalist by the name of Gabe. There is an excellent series from Burning Man 2006. Absolutely amazing deco. I am thinking I may just have to make it there for next years party.
linkage: gabe kirchheimer burning man, main page