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arcticmornkeys:

your crush could be taking a poop right now

haha

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"What’s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do."

Bob Dylan (via sophianism)

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sixpenceee:

If you rub your closed eyes, you’ll “see” a virtual rainbow of colors, shapes, squiggles, and lines. Those are called phosphenes, and the eye and the brain work together to create these weird little visual blips.

Phosphenes occur when there is no external visual stimulus. That can happen when you close your eyes or when you’re focused on scenery with little to no input as to depth or changes, such as a dark highway at night.

People who spend long periods of time in sensory deprivation or meditation often report seeing visions, which can be chalked up to the appearance of phosphenes.

The presence of physical stimulus to the eye, like pushing on the eyeball, will create temporary phosphenes, and more traumatic events like head injuries can create permanent squiggles.

 In these cases, phosphenes are present because the visual centers of the brain are active without the presence of external visual stimuli.

For example, when conscious patients undergoing brain surgery had different areas of their brains electrically stimulated, they reported seeing phosophenes.

In studies of blind people, it’s been found that the appearance of phosphenes happens in different areas along the sight pathway between the eye and the brain, depending on what part of the visual system has been damaged.

Humans aren’t the only ones who can see these dancing bits of light and color—the phenomenon has been observed in animals as well.

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tuscanystuff:

I actually really like this ad campaign.

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age-of-awakening:

coffeandcigarettes1:

ILLUSION PAINTING

my brain…

age-of-awakening:

coffeandcigarettes1:

ILLUSION PAINTING

my brain…

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ichthyologist:

Banded Jawfish (Opistognathus macrognathus)

Jawfishes are mouthbrooders, which means that they take care of their eggs in the safety of their own mouths. The duty lies with the male and typically lasts for around 8-10 days before the eggs hatch. During this time, he will continually rotate the mass of eggs to ensure that they are evenly aerated with fresh water.


Kevin Bryant via Flickr

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hentai-dreams:

abandonedography:

There’s something particularly eerie about an abandoned shopping mall. Perhaps it’s the stark contrast from its intended purpose: to see such a sterile place once designed to entice throngs of shoppers into its doors, now so completely devoid of any human life, dilapidated and darkened with time. It’s basically the very definition of post-apocalyptic. But in the case of the (now ironically named) New World shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand, abandonment by humans doesn’t equate with lifelessness. The mall, which reportedly caught fire in 1999 (rumored to be arson by a competitor), has since flooded with several feet of water and become a paradise for koi and catfish.

As seen in these photos from chef / travel writer Jesse Rockwell, the resulting “urban aquarium” is at once delightful and surreal. Rockwell writes on his travel, photography, and food blog A Taste of The Road that someone deliberately introduced the fish (to probably reduce mosquitoes) into the vacant mall, but that locals in Bangkok’s old town “discourage people from visiting it.” He says he had to wait for a policeman to leave before entering, which makes his resulting images all the more breathtaking. (via The Verge)

That’s so pretty!

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cityofmountains:

Conundrum Hot Springs - Colorado

cityofmountains:

Conundrum Hot Springs - Colorado
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comfortspringstation:

Grow your own pumpkins. 
Take a small pumpkin, cut off top, and fill with dirt. The pumpkin is full of seeds and they will begin to grow. Transplant to pot or yard when seedlings are big enough.

comfortspringstation:

Grow your own pumpkins.

Take a small pumpkin, cut off top, and fill with dirt. The pumpkin is full of seeds and they will begin to grow. Transplant to pot or yard when seedlings are big enough.

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