“ “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma; which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions.

Ivan Toth Depeña’s light-based installation “Reflect” in Miami

“Reflect” / Ivan Toth Depeña

Ivan Toth Depeña’s light-based installation “Reflect” in Miami


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UNIX.. the software underpinning of most operating systems that matter..

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The Cloud Appreciation Society: Fighting the banality of 'blue-sky' thinking, an organization for cloud lovers of the world!  (Pictured is a cirrus Angel over Wales by Anthony Fairhall)

The Cloud Appreciation Society: Fighting the banality of 'blue-sky' thinking, an organization for cloud lovers of the world! (Pictured is a cirrus Angel over Wales by Anthony Fairhall)

Conceptual art for what the Flag of the Earth might look like. I LOVE the progressive concept this artist proposes. ;o]

Flag Designs for Earth & The Solar System in 2020 and Beyond

Conceptual art for what the Flag of the Earth might look like. I LOVE the progressive concept this artist proposes. ;o]

Look at the photo showing the closeup of the wording on the Police Box/Tardis.  Also the door handles (which are two different sizes and painted in this example).

Look at the photo showing the closeup of the wording on the Police Box/Tardis. Also the door handles (which are two different sizes and painted in this example).

What's your ride?

What's your ride?

A spectacular new video combines NASA images of the Saturn and Jupiter systems into an eye-popping montage of moons, rings and swirling otherworldly storms.

Amazing Video of Planets, Stitched Together from NASA Photos

A spectacular new video combines NASA images of the Saturn and Jupiter systems into an eye-popping montage of moons, rings and swirling otherworldly storms.

...I just gotta wonder how true this is...

...I just gotta wonder how true this is...

Saturn and its moon Dione appear in this image which was taken in visible green light at approximately 35,000 miles (57,000 kilometres) from Dione.

Saturn and its moon Dione appear in this image which was taken in visible green light at approximately 35,000 miles (57,000 kilometres) from Dione.

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