this broke my heart


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This remains my favorite gif in existence.


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A friend asked me to explain our Climate Project in terms of multiple realities, and this is what I told him. “The television picture looks real, and a primitive person would really think it is and that there is something inside the TV. My son’s parakeet looks into a mirror all day thinking that he is seeing another parakeet. The sound from your radio sounds real, and a primitive would try to break into it in order to find the small people living inside. But all of it is just frequencies. Our real-looking physical bodies, and everything else is just a very persuasive 3D projection. Nothing is solid, and no physicist has ever found anything that is solid. There are only frequencies that interact. Thus all realities can co-exist simultaneously since it is just a matter of frequencies being in sync. There is no one reality. You are experiencing only what you are compatible with on the level of frequency. There are other versions of you who are compatible with other frequencies, and you cannot see those other versions or what they are seeing. In our version of reality, the meteors shown in our Climate Project did not hit the Earth. In other versions, they did. If we had technology that allowed us to see other versions, you could have watched the other versions deal with all of that. That is why it is impossible to make a deterministic single prediction of the future. Such a single future does not exist. Our current moment of the now branches off into a variety of futures. There is no single one, ever.

Courtney Brown (via xygni)



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The Cloud: An Interactive Thunderstorm in Your House

It will be mine. Oh yes. It will be mine. And my literal “brainstorming room" will be complete.

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This is so true. I didn’t start to experience issues with anxiety until I was in a shitty work environment where I was scolded and treated like I was stupid if I made a mistake or didn’t understand something. Making mistakes is part of learning and becoming good at something. 

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