.Perpetual Bliss.
Never lose sight of what's most important to you.
.Perpetual Bliss.
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Nature, such a pleasure to be in your presence. #mushrooms #plantmatter #oxygen 🌏
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themadcap123:

Raw Cacao Nibs. #feedyourmind
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masalachaionline:

PRIYESH TRIVEDI
If you are looking for something not-so-wholesome , that will make you chuckle,here’s something that will appeal to the you. As a desi pop culture fiend , you are probably familiar with the delightfully kitschy ‘Ideal Boy’ series. 
It’s just been given the subversion remix. 
“Adarsh Balak" is a precocious kid, whose activities are …less than ideal. Vandalizing walls with A for anarchy, offering his stressed out dad a joint, scoring a A+ in chemistry after his teacher takes a hit of acid, is all in a days work for him. 
The series created by 23 yr old Priyesh Trivedi has been cropping up on various forums, quickly gaining cult status.
We have our eyes peeled ! What nefarious activities will Adarsh Balak be upto next?
https://www.facebook.com/adarshbalak  
masalachaionline:

PRIYESH TRIVEDI
If you are looking for something not-so-wholesome , that will make you chuckle,here’s something that will appeal to the you. As a desi pop culture fiend , you are probably familiar with the delightfully kitschy ‘Ideal Boy’ series. 
It’s just been given the subversion remix. 
“Adarsh Balak" is a precocious kid, whose activities are …less than ideal. Vandalizing walls with A for anarchy, offering his stressed out dad a joint, scoring a A+ in chemistry after his teacher takes a hit of acid, is all in a days work for him. 
The series created by 23 yr old Priyesh Trivedi has been cropping up on various forums, quickly gaining cult status.
We have our eyes peeled ! What nefarious activities will Adarsh Balak be upto next?
https://www.facebook.com/adarshbalak  
masalachaionline:

PRIYESH TRIVEDI
If you are looking for something not-so-wholesome , that will make you chuckle,here’s something that will appeal to the you. As a desi pop culture fiend , you are probably familiar with the delightfully kitschy ‘Ideal Boy’ series. 
It’s just been given the subversion remix. 
“Adarsh Balak" is a precocious kid, whose activities are …less than ideal. Vandalizing walls with A for anarchy, offering his stressed out dad a joint, scoring a A+ in chemistry after his teacher takes a hit of acid, is all in a days work for him. 
The series created by 23 yr old Priyesh Trivedi has been cropping up on various forums, quickly gaining cult status.
We have our eyes peeled ! What nefarious activities will Adarsh Balak be upto next?
https://www.facebook.com/adarshbalak  
masalachaionline:

PRIYESH TRIVEDI
If you are looking for something not-so-wholesome , that will make you chuckle,here’s something that will appeal to the you. As a desi pop culture fiend , you are probably familiar with the delightfully kitschy ‘Ideal Boy’ series. 
It’s just been given the subversion remix. 
“Adarsh Balak" is a precocious kid, whose activities are …less than ideal. Vandalizing walls with A for anarchy, offering his stressed out dad a joint, scoring a A+ in chemistry after his teacher takes a hit of acid, is all in a days work for him. 
The series created by 23 yr old Priyesh Trivedi has been cropping up on various forums, quickly gaining cult status.
We have our eyes peeled ! What nefarious activities will Adarsh Balak be upto next?
https://www.facebook.com/adarshbalak  
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art-history:


Vincent van GoghDutch, 1853-1890
Shoes, 1888
Oil on canvas18 x 21¾ in. (45.7 x 55.2 cm)
Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, New York, USA
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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Southwest Colorado wildflowers, June 2014.
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lonequixote:

Water Lilies, 1897 ~ Claude Monet
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eatsleepdraw:

"Rocky Mountain High" - Vectored Life
Buy it now at Society6!
Vectored Life on Society6 | Facebook | Tumblr | Dribbble | Behance
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thestylishgypsy:

The Golden Knight ~ Gustav Klimt
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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wetheurban:


MENSWEAR: Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2015
Leave it to Rick Owens to think out of this world when it comes to spring/summer 2015.
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sapta-loka:

Joseph Sabine, The Florence Cherry, 1816. London. Wallace Center, RIT
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"The point, I take it, is to understand how nature works. Part of that is knowing how to do calculations, but another part is asking deep questions about what it all means. That’s what got me interested in science, anyway. And part of that task is understanding the foundational aspects of our physical picture of the world, digging deeply into issues that go well beyond merely being able to calculate things. It’s a shame that so many physicists don’t see how good philosophy of science can contribute to this quest. The universe is much bigger than we are and stranger than we tend to imagine, and I for one welcome all the help we can get in trying to figure it out."

Sean Carroll

Carroll, a Cal Tech physicist, defends the value of philosophy in science in a recent article. Recently, scientists such as Neil deGrasse Tyson have publicly slammed philosophy as “futile” and claiming that it has no place in answering the Big Questions about the nature of the universe.

What do you think? Does philosophy have a place in science today? Why or why not?

(via jtotheizzoe)
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thedemon-hauntedworld:

Jupiter close up credit: NASA