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paradox of crushed ice

pretty much crushed here.

i’m like those grated ice chips that they make slushies out of.

you know, crushed ice.

it’s really only used for those slushy things. 71 more words

Physical life is only a small part of spiritual life

The normal and abnormal phenomena of day-to-day physical life will only become clear to us once we learn to understand the spiritual life behind the physical life. 32 more words

Anthroposophy

A slight departure!

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Say it as it is.

It’s about me!

Whether this is about consciousness or not – friends tell me to pass it on as it is. 312 more words

Semantics

When You Blink Faster Than Your Camera's Shutter

Photograph by Luke Mandle

In this trippy photograph we see what happens when you blink faster than the shutter on your camera. The cause of this optical illusion is due to the camera using a “ 71 more words

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Understanding Cause & Effect Relationships in Ecosystems

Last week we began a study of ecosystems. Our students analyzed photos showing different population phenomena, as well as components in a food web, and identified resulting cause and effect relationships. 61 more words

STEM

existentialists talk about bacteria

i can’t wait til the spring.

i really want to roll down the hill and smell the earth.

hopefully it won’t be a very rainy spring, 217 more words

“CRASH”: PASAD, PASAD, DEPRAVADOS!

Por Esther Lopera

“Sí, la he visto muchas veces, pero nunca en pantallagrande”. Era la frase que repetía una y otra vez a los que me preguntaban, cuando les comentaba mi intención de escaparme de mi mundana vida el jueves por la noche, para ver “Crash” (1996) del inconmensurable David Cronenberg –Dios, para su séquito- en el Phenomena, la sala de referencia donde desde hace un par de años cinéfilos y… 1,128 more words

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