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YUNG BAE is a 3rd year student at Portland State University, Oregon. He studies general studies for the moment but he’s working towards a Graphic Design degree.

His music is essentially Future Funk with his own twist on it. His main influences include マクロスm a c r o s s 82-99オウムのジャングルPARROT JUNGLE 95Rollergirl and KEV//BOT

He’s got a couple of secret projects he’s busy working on that will be revealed real soon. “As for future plans, don’t have a lot. Just got asked to play a handful of shows and that’s about it.”

Check out his first album, ’ Bae’ available on his Bandcamp page:http://yungbaebae.bandcamp.com/album/baeScopitone's favourite track would be 'Take My Love'! 

Here’s his SoundCloudhttps://soundcloud.com/therealyungbae and Twitter: @yungbaee

Starburst Galaxy M82

Plumes of glowing hydrogen blast from the central nucleus of M82. The pale, star-like objects are clusters of tens to hundreds of thousands of stars.

Credit: NASAESA, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

Acknowledgment: J. Gallagher (University of Wisconsin), M. Mountain (STScI), and P. Puxley (National Science Foundation)


This image shows the most detailed view ever of the core of Messier 82 (M 82), also known as the Cigar Galaxy. Rich with dust, young stars and glowing gas, M 82 is both unusually bright and relatively close to Earth. The starburst galaxy is located around 12 million light-years away in the constellation of Ursa Major (The Great Bear).

Using filters transparent only to the wavelengths emitted by specific chemical elements, as in this image, isolates the light from glowing gas clouds, while blocking out much of the starlight. This explains why the stars appear faint in this image, and why the dust lanes are sharply silhouetted against the brightly glowing gas clouds.

The image shows the light emitted by sulfur (shown in red), visible and ultraviolet light from oxygen (shown green and blue, respectively), and light from hydrogen (cyan).

credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

Cigar Galaxy by One Cool Cat on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
The magnificent starburst galaxy Messier 82

This mosaic image of the magnificent starburst galaxy, Messier 82 (M82) is the sharpest wide-angle view ever obtained of M82. It is a galaxy remarkable for its webs of shredded clouds and flame-like plumes of glowing hydrogen blasting out from its central regions where young stars are being born 10 times faster than they are inside in our Milky Way Galaxy.

Credit: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team STScI/AURA).


Triangular and Fibonacci Number Patterns Driven by Stress on Core/Shell Microstructures (Sciencemag.org):

Fig. 1: Self-assembled triangular pattern on nearly spherical receptacles. (A) The diameter of the primary Ag core/SiOx shell is D≈ 9.1 μm, and the arc separation between the spherules is δ≈ 0.82 μm; (B) D≈ 6.6 μm, δ≈ 1.0 μm; and (C) D≈ 11.5 μm, δ≈ 1.78 μm. (C) The spherules shown make a perfect tessellation of the surface with equilateral triangular facets. (D) A bud of Succisa pratensis Moench with close-packing florets is presented for comparison. Intrinsic defects are highlighted.

Fig. 4: Formation of Fibonacci number patterns on conical receptacles. The self-assembled spherules on a conical Ag core/SiOx shell of ∼9.5 μm in lateral dimension can be grouped into eight clockwise (A) and five counterclockwise spirals (B). (C) Taking the marked point (+) as the ending of the spirals, the ∼230 spherules on a ∼17.8-μm-large conical surface can be arranged into 13 counterclockwise and 21 clockwise spirals, similar to the arrangement of spherules in the flowering cactus Mammillaria nejapensis (D).

Image 2, 3: Succisa pratensis & Mammillaria on Flickr.




Movie - NATURE BY NUMBERS by Cristóbal Vila.


M8, or the Cigar Galaxy, is the companion galaxy to M81.  It was discovered in 1774, also by Johann Elbert Bode.  It is typically classified as an “irregular galaxy,” though some may call it a “distorted disk.” It is comprised heavily of star-forming regions and, in the infrared, it is the brightest galaxy in the sky.  Like M81, it is 12,000kly from earth and 8.4 in magnitude. 

GOOD MORNING AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY taylorswift!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’ve spent the last hour and a half stalking all this birthday madness since I fell asleep last night because I’m 82. I know you hear this all the time, but I want to tell you how thankful I am to have you in my life. You’re unlike any other person I’ve ever met. Seriously though, I can’t even begin to tell you what an impact you’ve had on my life. You’ve taught me so many things and I am just so grateful. You taught me to love myself and not let the mean words of others consume me. You taught me that change is okay, because without it, life wouldn’t be life. You taught me that generosity and kindness are 2 of the most valuable traits to have. You taught me how to be happy when things were all looking down. But most importantly, you taught me to follow my dreams. I think for me, meeting you just changed my entire mindset. I realized that if I really do want something, I have all the tools I need to go after it and fight for it. I can’t tell you how much that means to me. You’ve given me the courage to take on life head on, and although im still fighting through some major hardships, im doing the best that I can and I know I’ll always have you by my side. So, on this day, I want you to have the time of your life, because after everything you’ve done for us, you fully deserve it. Happy birthday girl, I’ll love you til the end of time❤️❤️❤️❤️

“I’m 82 years old and there was a column in the NY Times that said 75 is check out time. That’s when the guy who wrote it said he wanted to die. He was saying that’s when everyone should check out too. But then there was another article that said you shouldn’t check out then because if you talk to old people, by common consent, the years from 82-87 are reported to be the happiest of their lives. I’m 82.”
“Well you’re in for a treat it sounds like! Do you think about death a lot?”
“Yeah, but I keep myself healthy and my wish is that I maintain independence and have a sudden drop instead of a gradual decline.”
“I hear you, do you think there’s life after death?”
“No…no…this is it.”

anonymous asked:

'mid-life crisis at 18' god fucking yes. I was raised completely anti-authoritarian and my while my parents loved me and my sibling to bits it has really affected me in all aspects. I'm 22 now but I feel like a wreck/like I'm 82 instead. As soon as I entered kindergarten I realized I wasn't the best and most talented and sheesh, this shit really fucks one up.

It’s like the parents raise them up 300ft just for reality to viciously knock them down. Schools too. I was a sheltered child for the most part, I’m still trying to figure out how to human myself lol.