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"As soon as you believe that a label you’ve put on yourself is true, you’ve limited something that is literally limitless, you’ve limited who you are into nothing but a thought."
Adyashanti (via iamyouis)
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thisistheverge:

Spit here: can Cue’s $199 lab-in-a-box keep you healthy?
Technology has added plenty of new annoyances to life, but it’s also done away with countless others. One more that could be on its way out? A visit to the doctor’s office. That’s the vision of a company called Cue, which wants to make at-home medical diagnosis — everything from the flu to vitamin D levels — as common as pregnancy tests.
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hypebeast:

Google Project Aims to Immortalize Street Art
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"If the astronomical observations and other quantities on which the computation of orbits were absolutely correct, the elements also, whether deduced from three or four observations, would be strictly accurate (so far indeed as the motion is supposed to take place exactly according to the laws of Kepler), and, therefore, if other observations were used, they might be confirmed but not corrected.

But since all our measurements and observations are nothing more than approximations to the truth, the same must be true of all calculations resting upon them, and the highest aim of all computations made concerning concrete phenomena must be to approximate, as nearly as practicable, to the truth. But this can be accomplished in no other way than by a suitable combination of more observations than the number absolutely requisite for the determination of the unknown quantities. This problem can only be properly understood when an approximate knowledge of the orbit has been already attained, which is afterwards to be corrected so as to satisfy all the observations in the most accurate manner possible."

Johann Carl Friedrich Gauß, Theoria Motus Corporum Cœlestium in Sectionibus Conicis solem Ambientium, 1809

(translation by C.H. Davis 1963)

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hypebeast:

Google Project Aims to Immortalize Street Art
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life:
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unitedvirtuoso:

 
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freeindie:

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon  (Download)

(via animatedalbums)
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defjamblr:

J A Y K A Y 
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