Or is matter is a form of consciousness..

"…understanding how consciousness functions as a separate state of matter could help us come to a more thorough understanding of why we perceive the world the way we do…  the world we see is just one of an infinite number of possibilities… 

the problem is why we perceive the universe as the semi-classical, three dimensional world that is so familiar. When we look at a glass of iced water, we perceive the liquid and the solid ice cubes as independent things even though they are intimately linked as part of the same system. How does this happen? Out of all possible outcomes, why do we perceive this solution?

…our ability to perceive the world is both a means to an end and also an end (an “object”) in itself.”

Youth Lagoon - Worms
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laclefdescoeurs:

After the snowfall, 1897, Yuli Yulievich Klever

laclefdescoeurs:

After the snowfall, 1897, Yuli Yulievich Klever

dianebalch:

The Minimalist Dilemma: Utility vs Beauty

MEME PALETTES

phoenix-fires:

de-preciated:

Under a quarter moon, Mt. Hood and the Hood River (by GeorgeOfTheGorge)
Out of the frame, high to the left, the quarter moon shines on Mt. Hood and the Hood River just south of the city of Hood River on Oregon 35.
 
Our night vision which is black and white doesn't let us see night time colors, but the camera does record colors. It just doesn't know how to see them. Post processing in Lightroom and Photoshop allow us to tweak the colors as we imagine they should be.
 
The four minute exposure at 135 mm and f6.3 records star trails pointing toward Mt. Hood. 


This is fucking beautiful

phoenix-fires:

de-preciated:

Under a quarter moon, Mt. Hood and the Hood River (by GeorgeOfTheGorge)
Out of the frame, high to the left, the quarter moon shines on Mt. Hood and the Hood River just south of the city of Hood River on Oregon 35.
 
Our night vision which is black and white doesn't let us see night time colors, but the camera does record colors. It just doesn't know how to see them. Post processing in Lightroom and Photoshop allow us to tweak the colors as we imagine they should be.
 
The four minute exposure at 135 mm and f6.3 records star trails pointing toward Mt. Hood. 

This is fucking beautiful

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

Dancing Flaura

psychedelic-psychiatrist:

Dancing Flaura