Joe Stanley

Apr 18

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Apr 17

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“I think nature’s imagination Is so much greater than man’s, she’s never going to let us relax” — Richard Feynman (via currentsinbiology)

(Source: ctrlu)

Apr 16

headlikeanorange:

Iceland (Cluster Films)

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Iceland (Cluster Films)

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“It is important for scientists to be aware of what our discoveries mean, socially and politically. It’s a noble goal that science should be apolitical, acultural, and asocial, but it can’t be, because it’s done by people who are all those things.” —  Mae Jemison, the first black woman in space. (via coolchicksfromhistory)

(Source: books.google.com, via love-and-radiation)

Apr 15

“Del Toro was a playfully morbid child. One of his first toys, which he still owns, was a plush werewolf that he sewed together with the help of a great-aunt. In a tape recording made when he was five, he can be heard requesting a Christmas present of a mandrake root, for the purpose of black magic. His mother, Guadalupe, an amateur poet who read tarot cards, was charmed; his father, Federico, a businessman whom del Toro describes, fondly, as “the most unimaginative person on earth,” was confounded. Confounding his father became a lifelong project.” — Guillermo Del Toro’s fascinating childhood (x)

(Source: thesearethethoughts, via chiaroscurolife)