Romantically, you could say that we are all made of stardust, but the truth is also, that we’re all just nuclear waste.
Professor Jim Al-Khalili (via spaceplasma)
maharky:

Un día en mi vida como fede

maharky:

Un día en mi vida como fede

geekthegeek:

The Galaxy is Dangerous by perdita00

geekthegeek:

The Galaxy is Dangerous by perdita00

1864david:

Enterpries D at drydock

1864david:

Enterpries D at drydock

loopdeloop-blog:

pug-of-war:

A tribute to the man who pretty much represents childhood, Robin Williams.

I tells ya what, this Childhood theme is tugging at the ol’ heart strings. Another lovely loop by Ivan Dixon. 

loopdeloop-blog:

pug-of-war:

A tribute to the man who pretty much represents childhood, Robin Williams.

I tells ya what, this Childhood theme is tugging at the ol’ heart strings. Another lovely loop by Ivan Dixon

The key to understanding the positive influence of diversity is the concept of informational diversity. When people are brought together to solve problems in groups, they bring different information, opinions and perspectives. This makes obvious sense when we talk about diversity of disciplinary backgrounds—think again of the interdisciplinary team building a car. The same logic applies to social diversity. People who are different from one another in race, gender and other dimensions bring unique information and experiences to bear on the task at hand. A male and a female engineer might have perspectives as different from one another as an engineer and a physicist—and that is a good thing.
Metaphor is the mind’s great swerve. Creativity don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that clinamactic swing
Excerpt From: Geary, James. “I Is an Other: The Secret Life of Metaphor and How It Shapes the Way We See the World. (via wildcat2030)

nunyahbis:

silentgiantla:

The 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places In The World

I think you mean locations for the next silent hill.

laughingsquid:

‘Moon Rabbit’, A Giant Paper Rabbit Sculpture in Taiwan