(Source: pemsylvania)

Yes, this is he. The wizard. I’m a block away, hang on. No, the library’s a subway now. The sandwich shop. Sandwiches? No, there’s no transit. I know, city council changed the bi-law cause everyone was getting tired around 6-7 pm. Oh, you saw the horse? Yeah, sorry. Nono, you found it, you’re here. This is the emerald city. I know, it looks way bigger and more green and shit in the pictures. Yeah. Yeah. I know. Okay, my wisdom, my message for you. My secret info, hang on, I’m gunna hang up. So yeah my big wise secret—hello, shake hand, yes—well it’s just that I think I’m wrong about… most things and… I think I might suck. I think I suck. Do I suck?




does the ‘science side of tumblr’ actually exist???

science side of tumblr what do you think?


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In-progress details from paintings in the Arbor series (2010-C)

From top:
Into Lists
Quincy Station
Madison & Kohlhase
Singapore, MI

“To be truly radical is to make hope possible, rather than despair convincing.”

Raymond Williams (Marxist thinker from Britain)

thank you to the radicals in my life, love to the despairing

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I suggest that we pollute each-other and ourselves with flashy cons and field tactics and that every such con is designed to collapse because it is not constructed with the necessary faith of its creator. And our body language betrays us. Some times cons collapse so fast they die with the breath it takes to express them. I’ve seen this happen.

I suggest it is a different energy altogether to attempt an expression of truth from a resounding felt experience and that an effort made toward mutual understanding is the base unit of the conclusion of Self. Like the con, I suggest that faith in mutual understanding is key, and I hope that it can be said about us that at some point we understood each-other.

(Source: dong-energy)

what ur average tragedy looks like after 100 years

what ur average tragedy looks like after 100 years

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Played 350 times


Sun in the Morning-Future Islands

God witnessing a human drinking cow's milk for the first time

  • god: why are you approaching that cow
  • god: what are you doing
  • god: no
  • god: what
  • god: are you seriously going to do that
  • god: oh fuck, he's doing it
  • god: he's actually doing it
  • god: this is fucked up
  • god: I've fucked up
“*and watch out, maybe you cant lawyer well enough to prove thats not the case
**and watch out, the better you lawyer the scarier it is”
“Since her death in 1979, the woman who discovered what the universe is made of has not so much as received a memorial plaque. Her newspaper obituaries do not mention her greatest discovery. […] Every high school student knows that Isaac Newton discovered gravity, that Charles Darwin discovered evolution, and that Albert Einstein discovered the relativity of time. But when it comes to the composition of our universe, the textbooks simply say that the most abundant atom in the universe is hydrogen. And no one ever wonders how we know.”

Jeremy Knowles, discussing the complete lack of recognition Cecilia Payne gets, even today, for her revolutionary discovery. (via alliterate)

"discovered what the universe is made of"

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The Threshold, by Shen Orion


The Threshold, by Shen Orion

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