altering perspectives

listen, cas

sunshine honeybee baby bird light of my life

i get where ur comin from on this, i do, honestly

i have no doubt that dean’s ween is a life-changing, perspective-altering, world-shifting experience

BUT 

if this is true

i feel bad for u 

u died a couple times

u were stuck in purgatory for a year

u exploded into goop, castiel

u were goop


u gotta love urself son

into the unknown

caught on camera // transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Much of the world’s beauty lies in the tiny little details, the details we so often fail to notice. We marvel at the beauty that lies before us without taking the time to appreciate the infinite small wonders that exist to create it. But if we alter our perspective even in the slightest amount, we can turn the mundane into the exceptional. It can completely change the way we see the world.

here’s to transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary.

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ok. this video just brought me to tears and no joke changed my life. supercorps are… so talented and next level… everyone else is going to need to step it up x30737 percent cause. wow. a bitch (me, im the bitch) is sitting here crying cause this just… altered my life perspective

caught on camera // transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Much of the world’s beauty lies in the tiny little details, the details we so often fail to notice. We marvel at the beauty that lies before us without taking the time to appreciate the infinite small wonders that exist to create it. But if we alter our perspective even in the slightest amount, we can turn the mundane into the exceptional. It can completely change the way we see the world.

here’s to transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Light up to relax after a day of the pressure I put on myself.
Popping pills to forget the memory of yesterday, forget the events of today, and forget about the possibility of tomorrow.
Pouring shots and shots to lower my standards.
Doing lines to create time for my responsibilities.
Dropping tabs to alter my perspective of reality for just twelve hours.
That’s my main goal.
To get out of my head.
Escape my thoughts.
To create time just to drift away for a little.
And make it back before anyone notices I was gone.
Then do it all again.
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Written under the influence of cannabis

Originally posted by trippydreamswithdrug

 A lot of the beauty in the world lies in the tiny little details, the details that many people so often fail to notice. We notice the obvious beauty, but sometimes altering our perspectives in the slightest amount can transform the mundane into the exceptional. It can completely change the way we see the world.

here’s to capturing the ordinary and turning it into the extraordinary.

see more of my work here: caughtoncamera

I don’t think people really understand me when I say that True Detective is my favorite show like son sit down and let me explain to you in depth why after more than 2 years I tear up thinking about how wonderful that show is and how much I love Rustin Spencer Cohle and how it changed my entire outlook on what television could be this show altered my aesthetic and perspective on life it is at the core of my being so when I say “I love True Detective” I ain’t even remotely fucking around

Where Did the Star Go?

A star is considered variable if its apparent magnitude (brightness) is altered from our perspective on Earth. There are a number of reasons for that.

Pulsating variables, for example, swell and shrink due to internal forces. But a system consisting of two stars orbiting around their common center of mass will dim when it is eclipsed by one of them, and then brighten when the occulting star moves out of the way.

Above is the variable star Mira which belongs to the latter category, seen at its maximum and minimum brightness.

image by Akira Fujii

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DPP 100th Episode! With: PaulsEgo - JaclynGlenn - The Bible Reloaded - CultofDusty - and more!

This is the Drunken Peasants podcast with Ben & TJ featuring Scotty. Bringing you the latest in news, entertainment, politics from an altered perspective. 

Tonight we celebrate our 100th episode with Jaclyn Glenn, Pauls Ego, Cult of Dusty, The bible Reloaded and more more more! You can’t believe how much more shit we have. Explosions! Big tits! Dinosaurs! Hitler! Probably none of those things. But maybe. You never know. 

I hope to be successful in the future, but not exactly in the sense that deals with money. Success to me means achieving happiness, peace, and love. General satisfaction of what I do with my time and always looking forward to the next day. Constantly creating, overcoming obstacles, and sharing my ideas. Experiencing new people and learning how they see and think, ultimately altering my perspective of the world. Maybe leaving a mark of inspiration on someone. Although I do admit, some money would be nice!
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Patreon reward for one of my top tier patrons, depicting the anthro form of his pegasus OC, Vee. I took this opportunity to try out a bottom-up angle and perspective, but I feel that I’m still very shy at expressing the surface alterations caused by the perspective. Any opinions?

Work in progress.  If you don’t, please follow this blog to be sure to catch the final result!

We were curious, what books does a Ph.D. student in comparative biology recommend? So we asked them! Below are picks of favorite science books from three of the Museum’s Richard Gilder Graduate School students:

  • Bully for Brontosaurus by Stephen Jay Gould, recommended by Zac Calamari 
    • “A book of short essays on natural history and evolution that showcases Gould’s talent for popular science writing. Great for when you need a short, entertaining read.

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  • The Most Human Human: What Artificial Intelligence Teaches Us about Being Alive by Brian Christian, recommended by Aki Watanabe
    • “Brian Christian writes about his unique experience being a judge in the annual Turing test, where programmers compete by building artificial intelligence that can have “normal” conversations with humans. Not only does the book explore the historical development of AIs, but Christian completely alters the the readers’ perspective by describing how advancements in making human-like AIs informs us about what makes us humans “human.” Are we becoming less “human” as we depend more on computers?”
  • Your Inner Fish by Neil Shubin, recommended by Allison Bronson 
    • “An approachable primer on evolutionary developmental biology, but also on paleontology. As the title implies, it’s a look into human evolutionary history, with a focus on the many features we share with lobe-finned fishes.”

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Peace & Positivity ☮

There is a teaching amongst those who live a Buddhist life which states “The mind is everything - what you think, you are.” I believe this more than anything so with that being said, i choose to be happy. I choose to not let other peoples outsider perspectives alter my state and my happiness and with that i choose to be strong. How?
- Immerse yourself in happiness: happy people, pretty places and good vibes.
- See the beauty: in your surroundings and the people within.
- Be grateful: things could be so much worse.