serenachans asked:

how many people are going to steal that image? ugh, i'm so sorry that keeps happening :(

Idk dude =v=;; Each time I check the FMA tag it’s reposted there again.

And I just started checking it periodically some days ago, so I don’t even want to know how many times it has been reposted before that.
But lemme add some funny story: one of these times one of these persons disguised as an anon replied back and was all “hey you don’t have the copyright of a screencap, I can repost it if I want”.

And I was like, dude, no. 

First of all, it’s not flattering you saying THAT pic in specific looks like a screencap because you have to be literally blind to don’t see it’s fanart because it’s messy as hebb.

Secondly, ok let’s go on AU and assume it’s a screencap and you GENUINELY thought so. Why don’t you go and find it yourself in the anime and make your own edit if you’re so sure huh??? Why would you go the easy way and remove the signature of my post and make it look yours?

Because you’re a douchebag in essence, no matter the circumstances. That’s why.



Set in the hill slopes of the headland formed by the confluence of Esopus Creek and the Hudson River, SAUGERTIES (Dutch, sawyer’s town), 45 m. (100 alt.,3,918 pop.), is an attractive village of Colonial, Greek Revival, and white frame homes with deep lawns, fences, and flagstone walks. Factories turning out paper, leather, and canvas do not mar the pleasing picture.  -New York: A Guide to The Empire State (WPA, 1940)


The village of Saugerties is still filled with picturesque homes, many of them stone and brick historical homes built in the 18th and 19th century, but like so many smaller American towns there are very few factories and industries left.  The village itself sits on the Hudson River and is relatively quaint and suburban in appearance, but the Town of Saugerties is more spread out and has a decidedly rural character, with several smaller farms, vacation homes and remnants of a declining industrial past.  I lived on and off in the more rural areas of the town for several years, and continue to travel through the area on a weekly basis.  I am always captivated by the visual contradictions I encounter that reflect a range of failed human endeavors surrounded by the natural beauty and idyllic light of the Catskills.


Dave Hebb is a visual artist and educator working primarily with photography and video. He lives and works in the Catskill region of New York State, which often serves as the background and subject for his investigation of the landscape as personal metaphor. His work explores the relationship between the individual and the natural environment as mediated through memory, technology and post-industrial infrastructure. His work has been exhibited regionally, nationally and internationally in select venues across Europe.  His work can be seen on his website at davehebb.com as well as Tumblr, Flickr and Instagram .

Nicht mehr alle Tassen im Schrank!……Und wer spielt Hitler? “Nicht mehr alle Tassen im Schrank” kolportiert eigentlich, dass irgendwer nicht mehr richtig tickt. Vornehmer ausgedrückt, sagte auch mal jemand, “Da ist ein substanzielles Porzellandefizit vorhanden!” Roland Mary, der Patron des Grosz äußerte sich voriges Jahr zu seinem “berühmten” Restaurant Borchardt, da gäbe es immer noch die gleichen Gläser wie vor zwanzig Jahren zur Eröffnung. “Die Lampen sind dieselben, die ganze Einrichtung ist dieselbe, das Besteck ist dasselbe. Wir halten es immer „in shape“, damit es ordentlich aussieht.” (Bild am Sonntag, 20.02.2012) Nun ist es passiert - die Sache mit dem Porzellandefizit. So 300 Tassen Meißner Porzellan hatte man in der Meißner Porzellanmanufaktur bestellt. Nur Fünfzig Tassen mit den Schwertern am Boden sind noch da. Ich frage die sehr nette Kellnerin Lisa S., die mich am am Tisch 91 bedient: “Hat man die feinen schwarzen Meißner Tassen geklaut?”  Die Antwort war, “Nee, die gehen alle kaputt!" 

"Was, Meißner Porzellan zerbrechen in diesen Mengen in diesem Haus?” erwiedere ich ungläubig. Lisa meint, die schwarzen Tassen sind zu dünnwandig und für rabiaten Gastronomiebetrieb nicht geeignet. In Kürze werden neue Tassen bestellt. Ob die wieder aus Meißen sind, weis sie nicht. Das dritte mal war ich nun im Cumberlandhaus. Es war immer sehr interessant! Einmal war ich bei einem Doppelmord als Zeuge dabei. Kalt war es da. Ein anderes mal spielte ich Finanzbeamter für einen Tag für einen Image Film des Investors. Da wurde das Haus für den Dreh auch nicht geheizt.

Diesmal war es schön warm und heimelig. Das Ambiente gefällt mir. Am Nebentisch unterhalten sich zwei wohl Filmproduzenten über ihr neues Projekt. Ich mache so, als lese ich konzentriert die Zeitung und mache mir mit spitzen Ohren Notizen im Handy. 

(cc  Jos43 at nl.wikipedia) Hitlerbüste von Arno Breker

Das sehr laute Gespräch  ging um einen neuen Spielfilm über den Bildhauer Arno Breker. Ich höre, wer den “Führer” eventuell spielen soll.  Einer meint  "Olli Dietrich“.  Da muss ich laut lachen und schmeisse meine Zeitung auf den Tisch….und denke, "Da gehe ich gerne wieder hin….in die Nische am Tisch 91!”

  © Richard Hebstreit 2013
First glimpse of new concepts developing in the brain | KurzweilAI

See on Scoop.it - Knowmads, Infocology of the future

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) scientists have for the first time documented the actual formation of newly learned concepts inside the brain.

Thanks to recent advances in brain imaging technology at CMU and elsewhere, it is now known how specific concrete objects are coded in the brain — neuroscientists can identify which object, such as a house or a banana, someone is thinking about from its functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) brain signature.

Taking the next step, the researchers decided to observe the actual formation of these signatures in an experiment.

Neuroscientist Marcel Just, the D.O. Hebb University Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in CMU’s Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Andrew Bauer, a Ph.D. student in psychology, taught 16 study participants diet and dwelling information about extinct animals to monitor the growth of the neural representations of eight new animal concepts in the participants’ brains.

Drawing on the previous research findings, the research team knew “where” to expect the new knowledge to emerge in the brains of their participants. Information about dwellings and information about eating have each been shown to reside in their own set of brain regions, regions that are common across people.

Over the course of an hour, the study participants were given a zoology mini-tutorial on the diets and habitats of the animals, while the scientists used fMRI to monitor the emergence of the concepts in the participants’ brains. As the new properties were taught, the activation levels in the eating regions and the dwelling regions changed.

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120 Days to TOPIK #2 - Increase Your Memory Efficiency by Learning The Four Levels of Memory

120 Days to TOPIK #2 – Increase Your Memory Efficiency by Learning The Four Levels of Memory


Over the next few days, I’ll be taking notes (and issuing Challenges) based on the following 5 principles of memory found in Fluent Forever:

  1. Make memories more memorable
  2. Maximize laziness
  3. Don’t review, recall
  4. Wait, wait! Don’t tell me!
  5. Rewrite the past

Today’s post will discuss the FOUR Levels of Memory and How to Make Memories more Memorable.

1. Make memories more memorable


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Wat gebeurt er in ons brein tijdens het vergroten van ons bewustzijn?

Het is wel van uiterst belang dat we dingen blijven doen om ons bewustzijn te vergroten. En al helemaal, als we het hebben over het volgen van onze passie(s). Zodra wij nieuwe ervaringen opdoen worden er nieuwe specifieke netwerken (neuronen) aangelegd in ons brein, die ons bewuster maken van onze kwaliteiten, omgevingen en mogelijkheden.
Deze prikkels stimuleren groei van dendrieten (vertakkingen van neuronen), zodat de kwaliteit van de verbinding beter wordt en andere nieuwe verbindingen kunnen plaatsvinden. Het werkt eigenlijk net zo als de welbekende Amerikaanse uitdrukking: ‘Connecting the Dots’

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