21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

bluedogeyes:

Teen Titans Go! 02x08 - Salty Codgers

21 8 / 2014

chxckles:

END OF ANACONDA
thats is. this is the crossover of the century. we’ve done it everyone

chxckles:

END OF ANACONDA

thats is. this is the crossover of the century. we’ve done it everyone

(via fyeahlilbit3point0)

21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

notordinaryfashion:

Zac Posen - Details

notordinaryfashion:

Zac Posen - Details

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21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

aanniimmee:

- From “Mousou Dairinin (Paranoia Agent),” directed by Satoshi Kon (2004)

aanniimmee:

- From “Mousou Dairinin (Paranoia Agent),” directed by Satoshi Kon (2004)

(via sailorv)

21 8 / 2014

ruckawriter:

What we perceive as the big bang, physicists at the Perimeter Institure argue, could be the three-dimensional “mirage” of a collapsing star in a universe profoundly different than our own. Conventional understanding holds that the big bang began with a singularity – an unfathomably hot and dense phenomenon of spacetime where the standard laws of physics break down. Singularities are bizarre, and our understanding of them is limited.

Our universe may have emerged from a black hole in a higher-dimensional universe, proposed a trio of Perimeter Institute&t=h) researchers in the cover story of the latest Scientific American. “Cosmology’s greatest challenge is understanding the big bang itself,” write Perimeter Institute faculty member, Niayesh Afshordi.

The big bang poses a big question: if it was indeed the cataclysm that blasted our universe into existence 13.7 billion years ago, what sparked it?

Three Perimeter Institute researchers have a new idea about what might have come before the big bang. It’s a bit perplexing, but it is grounded in sound mathematics, testable, and enticing enough to earn the cover story in Scientific American, called “The Black Hole at the Beginning of Time.”

(via fyeahlilbit3point0)

21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

21 8 / 2014

gutsanduppercuts:

An amazing series of portraits of Senegalese wrestlers. This form of wrestling, widely recognized as a martial art, is known as Laamb in Wolof and is Senegal’s national sport.

(via black-culture)

21 8 / 2014

asylum-art:

 Simon Schubert: In Apnoesie

 via sgustok.org

Simon Schubert (born 1976) is an artist based in Cologne, Germany, his birthplace. From 1997 to 2004 he trained at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the sculpture class of Irmin Kamp. Inspired by Surrealism as well as by Samuel Beckett, Schuberts works imagine architectonical settings, common situations and objects, whereas the material he uses are either simple or sophisticated – figurative installations, for which he varied materials - such as hair, feathers, clothing, plaster, wood, graphite, lacquer ,cardboard, lighting elements. Some of these figures are only backs, you can run around them without, however, to recognize a face - often forces itself something between viewer and sculpture, a curtain of hair or about a mirror, the open view is impossible. In both procedures, Schubert approaches to similar issues. Its themes revolve around loneliness, isolation, loss, and resolution, the artist is in search of the infinite in the finite.. Some of his paper foldings entered the West Collection, Oaks, PA, while the Saatchi  

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