divineirony:

It’s all an illusion

divineirony:

It’s all an illusion

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nonconcept:

House in Buchupureo, Chile by Alvaro Ramirez & Clarisa Elton.

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carlboygenius:

GOLF COUR$E WA$TE
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It costs $1.6million -to- $4.5million each to run a single (1) golf course for a year, according to the USGA.
The Pentagon has 194 private golf courses around the world.
That’s a LOT of clams…
•
When our economy is struggling, budgets are so tight & our own people are suffering: WHY are we paying for 194 private military golf courses.
•
The Pentagon budget is grotesquely bloated.
CUT WASTEFUL U.S. MILITARY SPENDING.
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Source: Mother Jones

carlboygenius:

GOLF COUR$E WA$TE

It costs $1.6million -to- $4.5million each to run a single (1) golf course for a year, according to the USGA.

The Pentagon has 194 private golf courses around the world.

That’s a LOT of clams…

When our economy is struggling, budgets are so tight & our own people are suffering: WHY are we paying for 194 private military golf courses.

The Pentagon budget is grotesquely bloated.

CUT WASTEFUL U.S. MILITARY SPENDING.

Source: Mother Jones

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scienceisbeauty:

Maps of bodily sensations associated with different emotions. Hot colors show activated, cool colors deactivated regions.
Credit: Lauri Nummenmaa, Enrico Glerean, Riitta Hari, and Jari Hietanen.
Source: People worldwide may feel mind-body connections in same way (Medical Xpress)
More info.: Bodily maps of emotions (PNAS)

scienceisbeauty:

Maps of bodily sensations associated with different emotions. Hot colors show activated, cool colors deactivated regions.

Credit: Lauri Nummenmaa, Enrico Glerean, Riitta Hari, and Jari Hietanen.

Source: People worldwide may feel mind-body connections in same way (Medical Xpress)

More info.: Bodily maps of emotions (PNAS)

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"In the Buddhist view, I depend on you for my existence. All things depend on each other, equally. Welcome to the doctrine of dependent origination. It’s teeter-totter metaphysics—I arise, you arise; you arise, I arise. Forget about our presumed Maker, the divine machinist in the sky. Take a look at this moment right now. You are you because you are not something else; therefore, what you are not—the chair beneath you, the air in your lungs, these words—births you through an infinity of opposites. It’s like the ultimate Dr. Seuss riddle: Without all the things that are not you, who would you be you to? There’s no Higher Power in this system to grab on to for support; we are all already supporting each other. Pull a person or people the wrong way and you immediately redefine yourself in light of what you’ve done to your neighbor."

Zen Confidential: Confessions of a Wayward Monk by Shozan Jack Haubner, pages 67–68. (via dharmasimulation)
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shortformblog:


brooklynmutt:

Good morning! The night before Christmas, and 2 humans are out in the open vacuum of space. - @Cmdr_Hadfield

Careful out there. I hear this is how the plot to Gravity started off.

shortformblog:

brooklynmutt:

Good morning! The night before Christmas, and 2 humans are out in the open vacuum of space. - @Cmdr_Hadfield

Careful out there. I hear this is how the plot to Gravity started off.

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nonconcept:

Ali vs. Liston.

nonconcept:

Ali vs. Liston.

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rocketumbl:

Blue Thunder

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"

There is a way between voice and presence
where information flows.

In disciplined silence it opens.
With wandering talk it closes.

"

Rumi, The Essential Rumi, translated by Coleman Barks (via litverve)

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"

Unlike other basic bodily functions, such as eating and breathing, we still do not fully understand why people need to sleep.

[…]

Sleep deprivation is nearly as misunderstood as sleep itself, but it can physically and mentally harm people in myriad ways. Losing sleep can cause hallucinations, psychosis, and long-term memory impairment. Some studies have linked sleep deprivation to chronic conditions like hypertension, diabetes, and bipolar disorder. In 2003, neurologists at the University of Pennsylvania found that sleep deprivation over three consecutive nights (in the study, staying awake for 88 hours) as well as chronic sleep loss (in the study, four to six hours of sleep each night for 14 nights) seriously impaired cognitive functions in healthy adults. Also in 2003, Japanese researchers found that total sleep deprivation can cause high blood pressure and has “profound” effects on the immune system.

"

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focus-damnit:

sake barrels (by Gaijin Photographer)
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