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huffpostworld:

This time-lapse video of a star explosion is beyond incredible.
"Let go of the things that don’t matter anymore. You don’t need the extra weight holding you down."

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latinorebels:

No explanation needed.

latinorebels:

No explanation needed.

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About 400 years ago, before the discovery of electricity and only 150 years after the invention of the printing press, a barely literate German cobbler came up with the idea that God was a binary, fractal, self-replicating algorithm and that the universe was a genetic matrix resulting from the existential tension created by His desire for self-knowledge.

lentiginous:

this man was Jakob Bohme

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quantumaniac:

Spiral of Theodorus
First constructed by Theodorus of Cyrene, the spiral (also called the square root spiral, Einstein spiral or Pythagorean spiral) is composed of contiguous right triangles. It is begun with an isosceles right triangle with each leg having a length of 1 - then another right triangle is formed next to it with one leg being the hypotenuse of the prior triangle and the other leg having a length of 1.Thus, each successive nth triangle has side lengths √n and 1, with a hypotenuse of √(n + 1).

quantumaniac:

Spiral of Theodorus

First constructed by Theodorus of Cyrene, the spiral (also called the square root spiral, Einstein spiral or Pythagorean spiral) is composed of contiguous right triangles. It is begun with an isosceles right triangle with each leg having a length of 1 - then another right triangle is formed next to it with one leg being the hypotenuse of the prior triangle and the other leg having a length of 1.Thus, each successive nth triangle has side lengths √n and 1, with a hypotenuse of √(n + 1).

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"Never say ‘no’ to adventures. Always say ‘yes,’ otherwise you’ll lead a very dull life."

— Ian Fleming (via quotes-shape-us)

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