livinpure said: dude wtf are you?

I am a small lump of green putty I found in my armpit one midsummer morning.

Smoggy downtown today.

Smoggy downtown today.

Soliloquies, yo

Kevin Spacey looks directly at/into/through the camera as nearby actors act like their characters can’t hear his character talking shit about them.

This ad is about as culinarily appealing as that nineties Eggo commercial with the two sumo wrestlers. If you’re gonna have a witty double-meaning, the literal shouldn’t lean opposite the figurative.

This ad is about as culinarily appealing as that nineties Eggo commercial with the two sumo wrestlers. If you’re gonna have a witty double-meaning, the literal shouldn’t lean opposite the figurative.

BUT IT TAKES MARGINALLY MORE EFFORT TO EMPATHIZE WITH FICTIONAL CHARACTERS WHOSE LIFE TRAJECTORIES AREN’T ALLEGORICALLY ALIGNED WITH MY OWN

BUT IT TAKES MARGINALLY MORE EFFORT TO EMPATHIZE WITH FICTIONAL CHARACTERS WHOSE LIFE TRAJECTORIES AREN’T ALLEGORICALLY ALIGNED WITH MY OWN

"The first scientific book on Quantum Effects in Biology has just been released by Cambridge University Press. One of the Google Quantum AI Lab researchers, Masoud Mohseni, is the lead editor. Quantum biology is a fascinating subject of both fundamental and practical relevance to quantum engineering and quantum information science, since at its core it describes the conditions under which coherent phenomena could exist and have a functional role in noisy and complex quantum systems. Here is a brief description of the book:
Quantum mechanics provides the most accurate microscopic description of the world around us, yet the interface between quantum mechanics and biology is only now being explored. This book uses a combination of experiment and theory to examine areas of biology believed to be strongly influenced by manifestly quantum phenomena. The book covers diverse subjects including coherent energy transfer in photosynthetic light harvesting, environment-assisted quantum transport, spin coherence in the avian compass, and the problem of molecular recognition in olfaction. Data, fundamental theory, experimental approaches, and the underlying design principles are described in detail for each topic as are possible directions for future research. The book is ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in physics, chemistry, and biology seeking to understand the interface of quantum mechanics, quantum information, and complex biological systems."

Google Quantum A.I. Lab Team (9/13/14)

jitensharobo:

Still one of my favorite movies.

(Source: doloresjaneumbridge, via ermichaels)

bedabug:

i had a bunch of friends at sdcc this year who sent me texts asking if i knew the character “prince hawkcat” because a cosplayer had been bothering them trying to get them to guess who he was and then made them sign release forms. i said i had no idea

it was fucking stephen colbert doing a bit, he aired it tonight

http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/videos/zryrry/undercover-at-comic-con—-prince-hawkcat

Roof at 26th st and 11th ave

Roof at 26th st and 11th ave