Hello by Ben Pearce [flickr]

Hello by Ben Pearce [flickr]

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did-you-kno:

The “immortal” jellyfish is a small species called the Turritopsis dohrnii that is capable of repeatedly transforming from “old” to “young,” giving it the potential to be biologically immortal.    Source

did-you-kno:

The “immortal” jellyfish is a small species called the Turritopsis dohrnii that is capable of repeatedly transforming from “old” to “young,” giving it the potential to be biologically immortal. Source

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humansofnewyork:

"I want to be a visual artist, but the art world seems to be much more about politics than it is about talent. You have to continually go to galleries and events, so that you can shake the right hands and meet influential people. Extroverted artists seem to have a big advantage."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"I want to be a visual artist, but the art world seems to be much more about politics than it is about talent. You have to continually go to galleries and events, so that you can shake the right hands and meet influential people. Extroverted artists seem to have a big advantage."

(Mexico City, Mexico)

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chimpendale:

old thing shoved behind older thing

chimpendale:

old thing shoved behind older thing

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langste:

Anyone trekking through the stunning mountains of Tajikistan in Central Asia would be compelled to take a bunch of photographs, but Russian photographer Oleg Grigoryev decided to put a unique spin on his with a series called “Morning Views from a Tent”. [x]

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did-you-kno:

When the same topic keeps popping up and you think “Omg, I just heard about that the other day!” it’s usually due to the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon, which is the illusion that something you’ve only recently noticed starts to appear everywhere you go.   Source

did-you-kno:

When the same topic keeps popping up and you think “Omg, I just heard about that the other day!” it’s usually due to the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon, which is the illusion that something you’ve only recently noticed starts to appear everywhere you go. Source

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