Mustn't be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling.
May your journeys be fruitful and forgiving.

May you always find a reason to endure the darkest nights.

Life always surprises you with the most beautiful sunrises.

tourmaline2:

A dress designed to change color in the rain, thanks to dye sewn into 
the seams. Created by Sean Kelly, Modeled by Angelica Guillen-Jimenez



petermorwood:

The aftermath of battle on the Eastern Front, 70+ years on. Left alone, Nature absorbs (mostly Russian) helmets and weapons into itself…




petermorwood:

If these are oceanic whitetips, then this is a feeding frenzy on standby…




springwise:

From China, smart chopsticks alert diners if their food is unsafe to eat

Food poisoning is never a nice experience, but those dining out at restaurants often have no way of knowing how their meal was prepared before they eat it. While devices such as Peres have offered a way for professional chefs and home cooks to see if their ingredients are safe to eat, a Chinese tech giant has now created smart chopsticks, which detect contamination in food and use a red light to indicate to diners that they should think twice about finishing their meal. READ MORE…








chalkandwater:

Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii

Samsara (2011)




I am slowly learning the art of doing what I can with what energy I have and not feeling bad about it. Not every day is a high energy day, but high energy days can be used to set up appointments and obligations to get me outside on low energy days instead of languishing in bed and wasting my time. Low energy days, on the other hand, can be delegated to batch tasks that don’t take mental effort or menial organization that I can see instant results for so that it doesn’t drain me further. I’m liking this system.





neurosciencestuff:

Chinese Doctors Use 3D-Printing in Pioneering Surgery to Replace Half of Man’s Skull

Surgeons at Xijing Hospital in Xi’an, Shaanxi province in Northwest China are using 3D-printing in a pioneering surgery to help rebuild the skull of a man who suffered brain damage in a construction accident.

Hu, a 46-year-old farmer, was overseeing construction to expand his home in Zhouzhi county last October when he was hit by a pile of wood and fell down three storeys.

Although he survived the fall, the left side of his skull was severely crushed and the shattered bone fragments needed to be removed, which has led to a depression of one side of his head.

Due to his injuries, Hu cannot see well out of his left eye, experiences double vision (diplopia) and is also unable to speak and write.

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