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  1. colchrishadfield:

How to live on Mars? A crew has been simulating up on Mauna Loa for 120 days, finishing tomorrow. 
http://hi-seas.org/

Cloud Atlas, anyone?

    colchrishadfield:

    How to live on Mars? A crew has been simulating up on Mauna Loa for 120 days, finishing tomorrow. 

    http://hi-seas.org/

    Cloud Atlas, anyone?

  2. You give the appearance of listening
    To my thoughts, O trees,
    Bent over the road I am walking
    On a late summer evening
    When every one of you is a steep staircase
    The night is slowly descending.

    The high leaves like my mother’s lips
    Forever trembling, unable to decide,
    For there’s a bit of wind,
    And it’s like hearing voices,
    Or a mouth full of muffled laughter,
    A huge dark mouth we can all fit in
    Suddenly covered by a hand.

    Everything quiet. Light
    Of some other evening strolling ahead,
    Long-ago evening of silk dresses,
    Bare feet, hair unpinned and falling.
    Happy heart, what heavy steps you take
    As you follow after them in the shadows.

    The sky at the road’s end cloudless and blue.
    The night birds like children
    Who won’t come to dinner.
    Lost children in the darkening woods.

    "Evening Walk" by Charles Simic, from The Voice at 3:00 A.M.. © Harcourt, 2003.

  3. This gives me hope, but we must use the hard-won right to vote and be politically involved at all levels.

    This gives me hope, but we must use the hard-won right to vote and be politically involved at all levels.

    (Source: wedeservethesame, via transanalogyhoppip)

  4. explore-blog:

    Musicologist W. Anthony Sheppard explores how the musical, poetic, and cinematic elements work together to create the powerful impact of the song “Let It Go” from the Oscar-winning movie Frozen. Complement with the science of how music enchants the brain and these 7 essential reads on music, emotion and the brain.

  5. Fiction is a fantastic way of looking out through somebody else’s eyes. You get to experience loss and tragedy and death. But experience these things in a form which means that when you close the pages and put the book back on the shelf, it’s over and you’re home and you’re safe
    Neil Gaiman, during an interview with Robin Young on Here and Now  (via la-arboleda)

    (via neil-gaiman)

  6. mostlysignssomeportents:

    How much money did CS Lewis leave to his heirs? Dude, I’m sorry, that’s Narnia business.

    Cair Paravel must cost a pretty Pevensie to keep up.

  7. explore-blog:

C.S. Lewis on why there’s no such thing as writing “for children” and the key to authenticity in all writing
  8. doctoroctothorp:

He’s tanned, he’s rested, he’s ready to be a meme on Tumblr.

    doctoroctothorp:

    He’s tanned, he’s rested, he’s ready to be a meme on Tumblr.

  9. alpha-blaziken:

    Good Guy Sauron

    The power of marketing.

    (via scarlettsiren)

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