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Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book.
John GreenThe Fault in Our Stars (via feellng)

topshelfrecords:

On September 9, 2014 we’ll be releasing Installation — the most recent album from the amazing LITE —on vinyl. In support of the release, they will also be coming over to the US for a tour starting on September 10th with Mike Watt. Info for that’s below:

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  • September 10th - San Diego, THE CASBAH
  • September 11th - Los Angeles, THE ECHO
  • September 12th - San Francisco, BOTTOM OF THE HILL
  • September 13th - Santa Cruz, THE CATALYST ATRIUM
  • September 14th - Santa Barbara, VELVET JONES
  • September 15th - Fresno, STRUMMER’S
  • September 16th - Sacramento, THE BLUE LAMP
  • September 17th - Eugene, WOW HALL
  • September 18th - Portland, DOUG FIR LOUNGE
  • September 19th - Olympia, CAPITAL THEATER
  • September 20th - Seattle, TRACTOR TAVERN

If you’re not familiar with LITE, check out the live video of them playing their track “Contemporary Disease” above or check out what they’re about on Facebook (they post in English too!). Longtime fans of the label who’re familiar with our releases from bands like Rooftops, Talons, Duck. Little Brother, Duck!, Enemies and — of course — toe, will find a lot to love with LITE.

Get notified when pre-orders for Installation become available.

Thanks!

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Spend an hour watching the clouds roll overhead and no two of them will be the same. The complexity and dynamic motion of turbulence make these flows fascinating, even mesmerizing, to watch. Humans are a pattern-seeking species. We like to seek order in apparent chaos, and this, perhaps, is what makes turbulence such a captivating subject for scientists and artists alike.

Nicole Sharp, “The Beautiful Unpredictability of Coffee, Clouds, and Fire”

Something a little different today. I have a guest post over at Nautilus about looking for patterns in turbulence. Go check it out!

(via fuckyeahfluiddynamics)

thesubatomic:

Japanese scientists look Inside a fish’s brain using a probe sensitive to florescence - that wiggly line that you see is a fish’s thoughts.

thesubatomic:

Japanese scientists look Inside a fish’s brain using a probe sensitive to florescence - that wiggly line that you see is a fish’s thoughts.


Cable Beach - Western Australia - Australia 

Cable Beach - Western Australia - Australia 

alexander-burton:

Here are some phone pics of my sleeping arrangement for the past few days (living outdoors is the best)

bogleech:

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I don’t know what the fuck this wind up toy represents or even where I got the photograph of it but I want it so bad