Robert Crumb - Cartoonist [1992]

tinyhouseamerica:

The Inside of a Horse Trailer Cabin

(This is nicer than my apartment)

myampgoesto11:

Bronze and glass sculptures by Miles Van Rensselaer | Artist Website

decembersoul:

life,death,reincarnation,via makeup.

decembersoul:

life,death,reincarnation,via makeup.

Grains Of Sand Magnified x300 Reveal Dazzling Images

Dr. Gary Greenberg has created images of ordinary grains of sand with microscopes that he developed. He gets my award for grooviest scientist of the week…[more]

Artist Li Hongbo makes many sheets of paper look like traditional porcelain or plaster sculpture that extends like an accordion or a giant slinky. He says says his works are apolitical and not religious…[more]

Breathtaking Photos of the Coldest City in the World

In the village of Oymyakon, Russia, the average winter temperature is minus 58° Fahrenheit. That’s minus 50° Celsius. Does that make you feel a little warmer? Coldest temperature on record, from 1924, is minus 96° F (minus 71° C). Eyeglasses freeze to faces. Cars outside need to be kept running…[more]

Steven Bradbury Gold Medal Race

How the Australian Bradbury won the medal in the short track 1,000m is nothing short of miraculous.

In 1994 at the World Cup, he lost 4 liters of blood when another skater sliced Bradbury’s thigh with a skate blade. At the 1998 Olympics he was a medal contender but collisions with other racers blocked his chances. In September of 2000 he broke his neck in a training accident. He needed to have 4 pins inserted in his skull and screws and plates bolted into his back and chest. Doctors said he’d never skate again…[more]

sixpenceee:

Rupert Sheldrake, is best known for advocating his theory of “morphic resonance”.
Morphic resonance is a type of telepathic connection from the past to the present, where an individual tunes into a type of collective memory. Here are a few examples and proofs: 
In an experiment a group of English children, were taught a popular Japanese rhyme and a less popular one. 
They were able to learn the popular rhyme much faster, even though they were never exposed to Japanese language and culture before. 
Psychologist Arden Mahlberg invented a new form of Morse code, which he taught to a group of subjects. He also taught them the official Morse code.
The group memorized the official Morse code much more quickly than the newly invented code, even though they weren’t exposed to the official Morse code before
I could go on and on with the proofs and the experiments behind it but, check it out for yourself here: X
Morphic resonance implies a lot of new revolutionary material, ranging from the fact that memory doesn’t have to be stored into the brain.
Rather the brain is more of a receptor tuning into this collective memory. 
Sheldrake’s website: X
For more interesting posts like this: X


 

sixpenceee:

Rupert Sheldrake, is best known for advocating his theory of “morphic resonance”.

Morphic resonance is a type of telepathic connection from the past to the present, where an individual tunes into a type of collective memory. Here are a few examples and proofs: 

  • In an experiment a group of English children, were taught a popular Japanese rhyme and a less popular one.
  • They were able to learn the popular rhyme much faster, even though they were never exposed to Japanese language and culture before. 
  • Psychologist Arden Mahlberg invented a new form of Morse code, which he taught to a group of subjects. He also taught them the official Morse code.
  • The group memorized the official Morse code much more quickly than the newly invented code, even though they weren’t exposed to the official Morse code before

I could go on and on with the proofs and the experiments behind it but, check it out for yourself here: X

Morphic resonance implies a lot of new revolutionary material, ranging from the fact that memory doesn’t have to be stored into the brain.

Rather the brain is more of a receptor tuning into this collective memory. 

Sheldrake’s website: X

For more interesting posts like this: X

 

nevver:

Always be branding

My first thought upon seeing this…

"Give it on up to Cupnoodles Museum"