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28th September 2014

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sixpenceee:

A graduate student has created the first man-made biological leaf. It absorbs water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen just like a plant. He did this by suspending chloroplasts in a mixture made out of silk protein. He believed it can be used for many things but the most striking one is the thought that it could be used for long distance space travel. Plants do not grow in space, but this synthetic material can be used to produce oxygen in a hostile environment. (Video)

28th September 2014

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scifuck:

where is my mind - the pixies

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18th September 2014

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goingforpicture:

goforlocs:

Reblog if you agree!

Always reblog.

Although this reads more like a guide to ritualistic sacrifice, it’s actually a fairly decent guide on how to make a film. Especially the t-shirts part.

goingforpicture:

goforlocs:

Reblog if you agree!

Always reblog.

Although this reads more like a guide to ritualistic sacrifice, it’s actually a fairly decent guide on how to make a film. Especially the t-shirts part.

Tagged: tshirtfilmproductionfilmlife

18th September 2014

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coisasdetere:

Bengladesh / 1983 - Índia . Foto: Steve McCurry

coisasdetere:

Bengladesh / 1983 - Índia . Foto: Steve McCurry

28th August 2014

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This isnt even a half bad idea

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26th August 2014

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Go into the arts. I’m not kidding. The arts are not a way to make a living. They are a very human way of making life more bearable. Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow , for heaven’s sake. Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. Write a poem to a friend, even a lousy poem. Do it as well as you possibly can. You will get an enormous reward. You will have created something.
— Kurt Vonnegut (via munkstrap)

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26th August 2014

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Strapped to a heart monitor, drinking champagne.

Hey everybody, first original post in a while.
Last year I started a blog where I publish short stories. One or two every month or so (I’m committed, I swear), and just now I posted to latest one.

www.drinkinghearts.com

If you like the story, I’d encourage you to share the site and any stories you like.

Thanks!

Tagged: writingcanadatorontowritershortstoriesstory

16th July 2014

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newyorker:

Sarah Larson on discovering the music of Devon Sproule: http://nyr.kr/1tRGo2y

“Who was this? It wasn’t a revolutionary sound—it amazed me because it was great. An acoustic guitar, and then a young woman’s voice, warm, confident, gentle, singing, ‘It’s good to get out of the house.’ There was no barrier between it and me—I loved it immediately.”

Photograph by Philip Ryalls/Redferns via Getty.

I read this and immediately looked up her music. Best choice I’ve made in the past hour. Friedrichshain’s streets will rain with the sounds of this from my balcony tonight.

newyorker:

Sarah Larson on discovering the music of Devon Sproule: http://nyr.kr/1tRGo2y

“Who was this? It wasn’t a revolutionary sound—it amazed me because it was great. An acoustic guitar, and then a young woman’s voice, warm, confident, gentle, singing, ‘It’s good to get out of the house.’ There was no barrier between it and me—I loved it immediately.”

Photograph by Philip Ryalls/Redferns via Getty.

I read this and immediately looked up her music. Best choice I’ve made in the past hour. Friedrichshain’s streets will rain with the sounds of this from my balcony tonight.

1st July 2014

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The hours between 12am and 6am
have a funny habit of making you feel
like you’re either on top of the world,
or under it.
— Beau Taplin || the hours between. (via godmoves)

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1st July 2014

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27th June 2014

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10th June 2014

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southerngothics:

i love cinematography more than i love my own family so here’s a list of 50 incredibly beautiful movies!! some of them are fantastic, some are so bad the cinematography barely redeems them, but they’re all worth watching. i tried to find the most high-quality streaming links available, but if you have a problem with shitty video quality you should probably just rent the dvd like a law-abiding citizen. (director of photography’s name in parenthesis)

2001: A Space Odyssey (Geoffrey Unsworth)
Amelie (Bruno Delbonnel)
American Beauty (Conrad Hall)
Antiviral (Karim Hussain)
The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford (Roger Deakins)
Black Swan (Matthew Libatique)
Blade Runner (Jordan Cronenweth)
Brother, Where Art Thou? (Roger Deakins)
Capote (Adam Kimmelote)
Children of Men (Emmanuel Lubezki)
Citizen Kane (Gregg Toland)
Days of Heaven (Néstor Almendros, Haskell Wexler)
Double Indemnity (John F. Seitz)
Drive (Newton Thomas Sigel)
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Ellen Kuras)
The Fall (2006) (Colin Watkinson)
Fargo (Roger Deakins)
The Game (Harris Savides)
The Godfather (Gordon Willis)
Gravity (Emmanuel Lubezki)
Hunger (Sean Bobbitt)
Inception (Wally Pfister)
Inside Llewyn Davis (Bruno Delbonnel)
Lawrence of Arabia (F.A. Young)
Life of Pi (Claudio Miranda)
Lost in Translation (Lance Acord)
Memoirs of a Geisha (Dion Beebe)
The Mirror (Georgi Rerberg)
Moonrise Kingdom (Robert Yeoman)
No Country For Old Men (Roger Deakins)
Nostalghia (Giuseppe Lanci)
Only God Forgives (Larry Smith)
Pan’s Labyrinth (Guillermo Navarro)
Rear Window (Robert Burks)
Samsara (Ron Fricke)
Schindler’s List (Janusz Kamiński)
Se7en (Darius Khondji)
The Shawshank Redemption (Roger Deakins)
The Shining (John Alcott)
Skyfall (Roger Deakins)
Slumdog Millionaire (Anthony Dod Mantle)
The Social Network (Jeff Cronenweth)
Taxi Driver (Michael Chapman)
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Janusz Kamiński)
There Will Be Blood (Robert Elswit)
The Third Man (Robert Krasker)
The Tree of Life (Emmanuel Lubezki)
True Grit (2010) (Roger Deakins)
The Wrestler (Maryse Alberti)
Zodiac (Harris Savides)

southerngothics:

i love cinematography more than i love my own family so here’s a list of 50 incredibly beautiful movies!! some of them are fantastic, some are so bad the cinematography barely redeems them, but they’re all worth watching. i tried to find the most high-quality streaming links available, but if you have a problem with shitty video quality you should probably just rent the dvd like a law-abiding citizen. (director of photography’s name in parenthesis)

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5th June 2014

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aquatically-challanged:

Paradise.

aquatically-challanged:

Paradise.