The things that you can't see

Apr 3

library-of-a-madman:

a short by Studio Ghibli

tumblrbot said: ROBOTS OR DINOSAURS?

robots…..neon genesis evangelion or ghost in the shell ones

Nov 3
Apr 4

cookieproblems:

free-parking:

Jessica Harrison’s delightfully twisted porcelain dolls

Ok ale, because you asked me too :)

A taste of the macabre

so cute
Mar 8

so cute

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fotojournalismus:

Fisherman resting. The Mattanza, traditional tuna fishing. Trapani, Sicily, Italy, 1991.
[Credit : Sebastião Salgado]
Mar 3

fotojournalismus:

Fisherman resting. The Mattanza, traditional tuna fishing. Trapani, Sicily, Italy, 1991.

[Credit : Sebastião Salgado]

Mar 3

ikenbot:

10 Years of Gorgeous Images of Earth From Space

Ten years ago on March 1, the European Space Agency launched an 8-ton satellite called Envisat that would deliver back to Earth some of the most beautiful images of our planet taken from space.

Since then, Envisat has orbited Earth more than 50,000 times and has lived twice as long as planned.

The satellite has more than seven instruments on board that can use radar to see through clouds, capture ocean color and land cover, monitor the ozone layer and atmospheric pollutants, measure thermal-infrared radiation, and register surface topography.

To celebrate the satellite’s 10th anniversary, Wired has selected a few of its most beautiful images for this gallery. Good luck deciding which one to use as wallpaper for your computer desktop.

(Source: afro-dominicano)

"Once upon a time, way back in the stone ages, when Noam Chomsky was first writing about these propaganda techniques in Manufacturing Consent, our leaders felt the need to conceal – or at least sugar-coat – these Orwellian principles. It was assumed that the American people genuinely needed to feel like they were on the right side of things, and so the foreign powers we clashed with were always depicted as being the instigators and aggressors, while our role in provoking those responses was always disguised or at least played down. But now the public openly embraces circular thinking like, “Any country that squawks when we threaten to bomb it is a threat that needs to be wiped out.” Maybe I’m mistaken, but I have to believe that there was a time when ideas like that sounded weird to the American ear. Now they seem to make sense to almost everyone here at home, and that to me is just as a scary as Ahmadinejad."

- Matt Taibbi (via soupsoup)

Feb 20
future tattoo
Feb 19

future tattoo

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View from the snowy sierra in Chihuahua, Mexico…….my hometown
Feb 17

View from the snowy sierra in Chihuahua, Mexico…….my hometown