it might work!

it might work!

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Pink Floyd - Careful With that Axe, Eugene (Live at Pompeii).

This powerful music along with the fascinating setting and visuals brings me beyond. It makes me think about death and nature. We’re all surrounded by a world which is probably the fruit of chance. Pure luck. Life is a meaningless event - yet we feel so important to ourselves that anthropocentrism is radically rooted in our way of thinking.
It makes me feel like we are spectators of something - the Universe - that should have never happened. Take all living beings out of the world: what do you get? Energy and matter floating around, waiting for the collapse.

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damn, it works -.-

damn, it works -.-

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It’s kind of funny to explain physics to my flatmates. I enjoy doing that because they surprise me with stunning questions like: “How does an antimatter hair elastic look like? What’s its colour?”. The real pity is that they get a headache after 10 minutes while I’d like to go on for hours.

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and I’m sure that I’ll have a place for you too

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magnolius:

‘city stairs” by Brecht Vandenbroucke

magnolius:

‘city stairs” by Brecht Vandenbroucke

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Check this out: a man falls into a pit.

I know it’s not funny, but it’s deep.

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No, seriously now. I’ve just realized I only come here when I’m kind of bored. I haven’t logged in for a month or so, because I’ve been busy doing other stuff (like studying the lovely algebra…) So the fact that I’m here now can only mean that I haven’t got enough things to do.

I’m not happy about this. I think time must be spent wisely and that I should make full use of it, this is what Ovidio and Seneca taught me. So whenever I post something on here, it is like a reminder: “You’re doing bad at life! Find something more significant to do!”

At least I got a name now.

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Plasir d’Amour by Richard Houghten.

Find him here: www.richardhoughten.com/

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"Lathe biosas"

Epicurus

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