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galactic-centre:


Flame Nebula Credit: ESO/IDA/Danish 1.5 m/R. Gendler, J.-E. Ovaldsen, C. Thöne and C. Féron

galactic-centre:

Flame Nebula 

Credit: ESO/IDA/Danish 1.5 m/R. Gendler, J.-E. Ovaldsen,
C. Thöne and C. Féron

(Source: eso.org, via starsaremymuse)

“Racism is not in your intent. Your intent is immaterial in how racist your actions are. This isn’t about you BEING a racist. It’s about you DOING A THING that is racist. Your intent doesn’t change it. Your ignorance of its meaning doesn’t change it. It’s got nothing to do with you as a person and everything to do with the meaning of your action in the context of sociocultural history.”
— moniquill (on red face & cultural appropriation)

(Source: nishwari, via thetpr)

lostandfoundindetroit:

LOST & FOUND IN DETROIT/DAY #363: FOLLOWING ITIt took me three years to decide to move to Detroit. An inkling turned into a stirring turned into a nudging turned into a full-on shoving. At that point there was no static, no more questions. Something said come and get it, you fool. Come and get your heart."In his later years, Joseph Campbell, the American mythologist, was fond of recalling on how Schopenhauer, in his essay On the Apparent Intention in the Fate of the Individual, wrote of the curious feeling one can have, of there being an author somewhere writing the novel of our lives, in such a way that through events that seem to us to be chance happenings there is actually a plot unfolding of which we have no knowledge."

lostandfoundindetroit:

LOST & FOUND IN DETROIT/DAY #363: FOLLOWING IT

It took me three years to decide to move to Detroit. An inkling turned into a stirring turned into a nudging turned into a full-on shoving. At that point there was no static, no more questions. Something said come and get it, you fool. Come and get your heart.

"In his later years, Joseph Campbell, the American mythologist, was fond of recalling on how Schopenhauer, in his essay On the Apparent Intention in the Fate of the Individual, wrote of the curious feeling one can have, of there being an author somewhere writing the novel of our lives, in such a way that through events that seem to us to be chance happenings there is actually a plot unfolding of which we have no knowledge."

staceythinx:

Some of the winners and the runners up in this year’s Small World 2013 Photomicrography Competition. Click on the images for descriptions and check out the contest page for many more amazing images in a contest that only gets better each year.

(via starsaremymuse)

odditiesoflife:

The Art of Money

In a project, titled Money, artist Robert Wechsler turns ordinary pocket change into mind-boggling geometric sculptures. To create these miniature works, he notches and joins the coins together, forming simple pieces to complex atom-like formations.

(Source: designtaxi.com, via raging-rabbit)