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pricepricebaby:

abulletforniki:

powerofvoodoo:

well this is rEALLY CUTE.

IT’S THE CUTEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN.

I have reblogged this at least 5 times and I don’t care

bluedogeyes:

Utopia series 2 (2014)

artbymoga:

3rd installment in the “My Brain and I” series. Here’s 1 and 2

curiosamathematica:

The double pendulum is chaotic: the behaviour of the system is extremely sensitive even to small perturbations. Notice for instance how the two pendulums in the animation start at almost the same position, but their motion drastically drifts apart soon.
Mathematica code by fouriestseries.

curiosamathematica:

The double pendulum is chaotic: the behaviour of the system is extremely sensitive even to small perturbations. Notice for instance how the two pendulums in the animation start at almost the same position, but their motion drastically drifts apart soon.

Mathematica code by fouriestseries.

visualdevelopmentart:

Vance Kovacs - Cirque du Freak

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

Yeah, you point a finger back far enough and some germ gets blamed for splittin’ in two!
Saul Tigh, Executive Officer - Battlestar Galactica (via confoundedinkentucky)

fightwing23:

milesjai:

first-kiss-since-45:

vikadi:

set of nostalgia drawings by gabriel picolo. i don’t think i have enough space on my tumblr for all his works that i’d like to post.

these are incredible

why johnny bravo lookin so fine tho

Its my childhood rebooted into Animes

accordingtodevin:

Scientifically accurate love story.

The word priceless is only really ever used in connection with two things, with art and with human life. No one ever speaks of a building as being priceless, or a car as being priceless. But human life is priceless, and paintings, they’re the most valuable things we have, we lock them up in fortresses. They’re under armed guard. And you know, there’s a reason for that. When I was in Amsterdam, and was lucky enough to have a tour of the Rijksmuseum after hours, it was very eerie, because at one point the lights blinked out … and the most extraordinary thing, I was standing in front of the wall of Vermeers, and it was as if they all were lit with a different kind of light from within … you realized that these paintings were meant to be seen in candlelight, and that they gave off a light of their own. And you realize why these things have no price.
"On the idea of ‘priceless’ art", Donna Tartt  (via mirroir)

gordman2:

Humorous Movie Marquee Mash-Ups