collateral damage
meg | minnesota
collateral damage
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eartheld:

eartheld:

eartheld:

cleanlight:

peaceful-moon:

laughing-treees:

adzscott:

Second night camping spot. Somewhere near Wanaka, New Zealand

I dream of New Zealand

this picture made me dream of new zealand


positive vibes ☮

mostly nature

mostly nature

mostly nature
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slak:

Adriaen Coorte, Trois nèfles et un papillon (1705)
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xaoss:

The Umwelt Series by J.D Doria
 “Umwelt is the idea that because their senses pick up on different things, different animals in the same ecosystem actually live in very different worlds. Everything about you shapes the world you inhabit—from your ideology to your glasses prescription to your web browser. each organism presumably assumes its umwelt to be the entire objective reality “out there.” I think it would be useful if the concept of the umwelt were embedded in the public lexicon. It neatly captures the idea of limited knowledge, of unobtainable information, and of unimagined possibilities. Consider the criticisms of policy, the assertions of dogma, the declarations of fact that you hear every day — and just imagine if all of these could be infused with the proper intellectual humility that comes from appreciating the amount unseen. David M. Eagleman
xaoss:

The Umwelt Series by J.D Doria
 “Umwelt is the idea that because their senses pick up on different things, different animals in the same ecosystem actually live in very different worlds. Everything about you shapes the world you inhabit—from your ideology to your glasses prescription to your web browser. each organism presumably assumes its umwelt to be the entire objective reality “out there.” I think it would be useful if the concept of the umwelt were embedded in the public lexicon. It neatly captures the idea of limited knowledge, of unobtainable information, and of unimagined possibilities. Consider the criticisms of policy, the assertions of dogma, the declarations of fact that you hear every day — and just imagine if all of these could be infused with the proper intellectual humility that comes from appreciating the amount unseen. David M. Eagleman
xaoss:

The Umwelt Series by J.D Doria
 “Umwelt is the idea that because their senses pick up on different things, different animals in the same ecosystem actually live in very different worlds. Everything about you shapes the world you inhabit—from your ideology to your glasses prescription to your web browser. each organism presumably assumes its umwelt to be the entire objective reality “out there.” I think it would be useful if the concept of the umwelt were embedded in the public lexicon. It neatly captures the idea of limited knowledge, of unobtainable information, and of unimagined possibilities. Consider the criticisms of policy, the assertions of dogma, the declarations of fact that you hear every day — and just imagine if all of these could be infused with the proper intellectual humility that comes from appreciating the amount unseen. David M. Eagleman
xaoss:

The Umwelt Series by J.D Doria
 “Umwelt is the idea that because their senses pick up on different things, different animals in the same ecosystem actually live in very different worlds. Everything about you shapes the world you inhabit—from your ideology to your glasses prescription to your web browser. each organism presumably assumes its umwelt to be the entire objective reality “out there.” I think it would be useful if the concept of the umwelt were embedded in the public lexicon. It neatly captures the idea of limited knowledge, of unobtainable information, and of unimagined possibilities. Consider the criticisms of policy, the assertions of dogma, the declarations of fact that you hear every day — and just imagine if all of these could be infused with the proper intellectual humility that comes from appreciating the amount unseen. David M. Eagleman
xaoss:

The Umwelt Series by J.D Doria
 “Umwelt is the idea that because their senses pick up on different things, different animals in the same ecosystem actually live in very different worlds. Everything about you shapes the world you inhabit—from your ideology to your glasses prescription to your web browser. each organism presumably assumes its umwelt to be the entire objective reality “out there.” I think it would be useful if the concept of the umwelt were embedded in the public lexicon. It neatly captures the idea of limited knowledge, of unobtainable information, and of unimagined possibilities. Consider the criticisms of policy, the assertions of dogma, the declarations of fact that you hear every day — and just imagine if all of these could be infused with the proper intellectual humility that comes from appreciating the amount unseen. David M. Eagleman
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"I do not need someone to complete me
but if you wanted to
we could walk next to each other
into whatever is coming next."
Meghan Lynn (via raysofthesun)