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methamphetabear:

Yes, u have the right to choose

methamphetabear:

Yes, u have the right to choose

archilovers:

A unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials. In 2014, 22 units will be built and ready for students to move into.

Find more at: http://bit.ly/1fhehQG

Smart Student Units - Sweden by Tengbom Eriksson Architects

findyourthirdeye:

The missing link has been an anomaly for far too long. How did our brain double in size in just a hundred year span? Psychedelic mushrooms seems to be they most plausible answer in my opinion. It wasn’t until the diets changed of our ancient primitive ancestors that they started developing an insanely complex consciousness on account of eating these little bastards. From there came the cave art and soon thy evolved into the innovative architects that built our ancient wonders of the world.
Stoned Ape Theory  

findyourthirdeye:

The missing link has been an anomaly for far too long. How did our brain double in size in just a hundred year span? Psychedelic mushrooms seems to be they most plausible answer in my opinion. It wasn’t until the diets changed of our ancient primitive ancestors that they started developing an insanely complex consciousness on account of eating these little bastards. From there came the cave art and soon thy evolved into the innovative architects that built our ancient wonders of the world.

Stoned Ape Theory  

ladyelberethgilthoniel:

Places I want to visit: 12/∞ Giant’s Causeway, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

thegreatconvergence:

A beautiful photo of the sun behind the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. Share once in a lifetime moments like this together with us on December 21st 2012. 

thegreatconvergence:

A beautiful photo of the sun behind the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. Share once in a lifetime moments like this together with us on December 21st 2012. 

justenoughisplenty:

Giant basalt ball, among the largest of hundreds in Costa Rica, baffles archeologists. Who carved it? When? Why? Weighing an estimated 16 tons, 7.03 feet in diameter, it comes within one-quarter inch of being a true sphere.

National Geographic - July, 1965

justenoughisplenty:

Giant basalt ball, among the largest of hundreds in Costa Rica, baffles archeologists. Who carved it? When? Why? Weighing an estimated 16 tons, 7.03 feet in diameter, it comes within one-quarter inch of being a true sphere.

National Geographic - July, 1965

thingslikelifeandliving:

Cleopatra’s underwater kingdom, Egypt.

thingslikelifeandliving:

Cleopatra’s underwater kingdom, Egypt.