Stealing Time From My Own Life


"WE ARE DEAD STARS…looking back up at the sky. Everything you are, literally the iron in your blood, comes from the instant before a star dies. In the case of the most massive stars, the core of the star collapses and sets off the most violent, brilliant reaction we know of called a supernova reaction. Everything outside the element iron, everything heavier, all the gold, all the silver, all the lead, all the uranium - that’s formed in that supernova explosion. A single star will glow as brightly as an entire galaxy, as hundreds of billions of stars, in that moment of death and and that’s what you are. That is literally what your body is, that instant of death.

 -  Dr. Michelle Thaller, NASA astronomer
Full video interview with The Atlantic


The Pink Floyd - 1967


The Pink Floyd - 1967


Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night

"When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."

Take me here.

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Every day should be National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. Right? 

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Ian Curtis Last Picture. 2th May, 1980

Esta fue la última foto que se le tomó a Ian Curtis

Hoy se conmemoran 34 años de su fallecimiento

Since it was Record Store Day yesterday, I would like to share with you my music collection of which I’m really proud of.

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Cientos de sueños se entretejieron gracias a las miles de palabras llenas de interrogantes, misterios, sorpresas y maravillas compiladas en un libro escrito por Carl Sagan. Hoy 34 años luego de su publicación y 27 de espera, Cosmos renace de la mano de Neil deGrasse Tyson, y llena de lagrimas de alegría, la ilusión que nuevas generaciones sientan la inmensidad del universo dentro de si mismas, y se permitan algo que se nos ha negado por años: Soñar. #cosmos #carlsagan #neildegrassetyson #astronomia #soñar #natgeo #astronomy #cosmicaddress #earth #universe #solarsystem


Where do you think Van Gogh rates in the history of art?

I seriously haven’t watched a second of this show, but this will always be my favourite scene in media history

This is one of those rare moment when an underrated art expression such as television manage to contain in less than one minute more emotion, melancholy, joy, sadness, admiration and beauty than many other meaningless trends in mass media that are polluting our minds.

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But you’ve got to have the knowledge. Seeing is only half of it.” -Phil Hellenes

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