Oh! Domi No fx
this is a smile and a wink at the future
Oh! Domi No fx
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supersonicart:

Llew Mejia.
Illustrations by Llew Mejia (Previously on Supersonic):
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love!
supersonicart:

Llew Mejia.
Illustrations by Llew Mejia (Previously on Supersonic):
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love!
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eatsleepdraw:

Space Potatoes Reproduce by Bonding
© Ryan Schultz, 2014. 

i’m not sure i know what i’m looking at, but I really like it!
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mothernaturenetwork:

Dog’s bond with owner similar to a child’s need for a parentAccording to a recent study, the ‘secure base effect’ that exists between parents and children is also present in owner-dog bonding.

heartwarming. no wonder we talk to our animals in baby voices
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birdandmoon:

I love salamanders, so I made this photo comic.
help out here: http://PARCplace.org
(Original is on my site here.)

lovelovelove
birdandmoon:

I love salamanders, so I made this photo comic.
help out here: http://PARCplace.org
(Original is on my site here.)

lovelovelove
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startwithaseed:

wanderblog:

treehugger:

The Nourishmat comes with everything you need to start growing organic vegetables: seeds, fertilizer and know-how.

The mats last about 5 years and are printed with nontoxic ink that won’t leach into the soil.
The mats use a technique called square foot gardening. “The key is planting in grids instead of rows so you can maximize your space,” said Weiner. “More food in less space. We adapted the layout of the Nourishmat based on this popular method. We say natural because it embraces the idea of bio-diversity.” This method requires less water and fertilizer then conventional monoculture farming.
The square-foot method also makes plants into beneficial neighbors. “The layout of the plants revolves around companion planting,” said Weiner. “For example, the bugs that like marigolds are the same bugs that love to eat the bugs that love to eat tomatoes.”

This looks a lot like my fall/winter garden layout.

COOL!
startwithaseed:

wanderblog:

treehugger:

The Nourishmat comes with everything you need to start growing organic vegetables: seeds, fertilizer and know-how.

The mats last about 5 years and are printed with nontoxic ink that won’t leach into the soil.
The mats use a technique called square foot gardening. “The key is planting in grids instead of rows so you can maximize your space,” said Weiner. “More food in less space. We adapted the layout of the Nourishmat based on this popular method. We say natural because it embraces the idea of bio-diversity.” This method requires less water and fertilizer then conventional monoculture farming.
The square-foot method also makes plants into beneficial neighbors. “The layout of the plants revolves around companion planting,” said Weiner. “For example, the bugs that like marigolds are the same bugs that love to eat the bugs that love to eat tomatoes.”

This looks a lot like my fall/winter garden layout.

COOL!
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nybg:

slowartday:

Lyndie Dourthe

Because living terrariums with their impressive lifespans still don’t offer the security of near-permanence, this batch is composed of faux flowers; sewn, stuffed mushrooms; and at least one florally inspired human heart. —MN

coool! i love terrariums;)
nybg:

slowartday:

Lyndie Dourthe

Because living terrariums with their impressive lifespans still don’t offer the security of near-permanence, this batch is composed of faux flowers; sewn, stuffed mushrooms; and at least one florally inspired human heart. —MN

coool! i love terrariums;)
nybg:

slowartday:

Lyndie Dourthe

Because living terrariums with their impressive lifespans still don’t offer the security of near-permanence, this batch is composed of faux flowers; sewn, stuffed mushrooms; and at least one florally inspired human heart. —MN

coool! i love terrariums;)
nybg:

slowartday:

Lyndie Dourthe

Because living terrariums with their impressive lifespans still don’t offer the security of near-permanence, this batch is composed of faux flowers; sewn, stuffed mushrooms; and at least one florally inspired human heart. —MN

coool! i love terrariums;)
nybg:

slowartday:

Lyndie Dourthe

Because living terrariums with their impressive lifespans still don’t offer the security of near-permanence, this batch is composed of faux flowers; sewn, stuffed mushrooms; and at least one florally inspired human heart. —MN

coool! i love terrariums;)
nybg:

slowartday:

Lyndie Dourthe

Because living terrariums with their impressive lifespans still don’t offer the security of near-permanence, this batch is composed of faux flowers; sewn, stuffed mushrooms; and at least one florally inspired human heart. —MN

coool! i love terrariums;)
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fahadbaseer:

cough drop cravings after long periods of brainwave entrainment
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eatsleepdraw:

Beast on the Vltava, oil on canvas, 5 x 4 feet
julianiederman.com

creepy cool. i think my house feels like how this painting looks…
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startwithaseed:

delizal:

propogating succulents

1 plant can equal hundreds.

mind blown. that is all.
startwithaseed:

delizal:

propogating succulents

1 plant can equal hundreds.

mind blown. that is all.
startwithaseed:

delizal:

propogating succulents

1 plant can equal hundreds.

mind blown. that is all.
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jtotheizzoe:

silicongarden:

Looking At Every Synapse In The Brain Is Breathtakingly Beautiful

A reminder that the brain is not an orderly system of wires connected end-to-end, but rather the most powerful ball of tangled Christmas lights on Earth.
So often we see neurons drawn in isolation, but cutting into a section of brain is like slicing through a mashed-up wad of multicolor Play-Doh snakes, except everything is the same color, and it’s really small.
Sometimes I wonder if my analogies make any sense. Just go with me here.

the male and female brain are similar. they’re both tangled knots of emotions and synapses!
jtotheizzoe:

silicongarden:

Looking At Every Synapse In The Brain Is Breathtakingly Beautiful

A reminder that the brain is not an orderly system of wires connected end-to-end, but rather the most powerful ball of tangled Christmas lights on Earth.
So often we see neurons drawn in isolation, but cutting into a section of brain is like slicing through a mashed-up wad of multicolor Play-Doh snakes, except everything is the same color, and it’s really small.
Sometimes I wonder if my analogies make any sense. Just go with me here.

the male and female brain are similar. they’re both tangled knots of emotions and synapses!
jtotheizzoe:

silicongarden:

Looking At Every Synapse In The Brain Is Breathtakingly Beautiful

A reminder that the brain is not an orderly system of wires connected end-to-end, but rather the most powerful ball of tangled Christmas lights on Earth.
So often we see neurons drawn in isolation, but cutting into a section of brain is like slicing through a mashed-up wad of multicolor Play-Doh snakes, except everything is the same color, and it’s really small.
Sometimes I wonder if my analogies make any sense. Just go with me here.

the male and female brain are similar. they’re both tangled knots of emotions and synapses!
jtotheizzoe:

silicongarden:

Looking At Every Synapse In The Brain Is Breathtakingly Beautiful

A reminder that the brain is not an orderly system of wires connected end-to-end, but rather the most powerful ball of tangled Christmas lights on Earth.
So often we see neurons drawn in isolation, but cutting into a section of brain is like slicing through a mashed-up wad of multicolor Play-Doh snakes, except everything is the same color, and it’s really small.
Sometimes I wonder if my analogies make any sense. Just go with me here.

the male and female brain are similar. they’re both tangled knots of emotions and synapses!