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Oct 27

urbanehood:

(by Katrin Schaak)



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urbanehood:

(by Katrin Schaak)

why do women wear thong panties

92y:
What do you think of when you think of “landscape”?
The photo above (credit: Iwan Baan) showcases The Garden that Climbs Stairs in Bilbao, Spain, designed by Diana Balmori.
Balmori also created one of New York City’s largest green roof atop Silvercup Studios.
She’ll be here on November 7 with Peter Reed, senior deputy director of curatorial affairs at MoMA.
What do you think of when you think of “landscape”?



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92y:

What do you think of when you think of “landscape”?

The photo above (credit: Iwan Baan) showcases The Garden that Climbs Stairs in Bilbao, Spain, designed by Diana Balmori.

Balmori also created one of New York City’s largest green roof atop Silvercup Studios.

She’ll be here on November 7 with Peter Reed, senior deputy director of curatorial affairs at MoMA.

What do you think of when you think of “landscape”?

why do women wear thong panties

Oct 16


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why do women wear thong panties

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Sep 26

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Sep 18

blogut:

Valletta Twilight 8 by Micko-vic



why do women wear thong panties

blogut:

Valletta Twilight 8 by Micko-vic

why do women wear thong panties

Sep 11

brooklyntheory:

Never Forget, NYC

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brooklyntheory:

Never Forget, NYC

why do women wear thong panties

artlistpro:

Jen Stark “Melting Point” (Detail), Cut Paper on Wood, 21” x 132”, 2011
Jen Stark PULSE Los Angeles September 30 - October 3, 2011 www.showandtellgallery.com (via Art PR Wire)

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artlistpro:

Jen Stark “Melting Point” (Detail), Cut Paper on Wood, 21” x 132”, 2011

Jen Stark PULSE Los Angeles September 30 - October 3, 2011 www.showandtellgallery.com (via Art PR Wire)

why do women wear thong panties

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Sep 03


Human Brains Are Primally Wired to Notice Animals
Surrounded by technology and urbanity though we may be, the human brain remains profoundly hard-wired to respond to animals.
When people are shown pictures of animals, specific parts of the amygdala — a structure central to pleasure and pain, fear and reward — react almost instantly.
Put another way, glimpsing a bird at the feeder or a shark on Animal Planet, or even a plankitten, could invoke cognitive tricks inherited from ancestors who walked on four legs in shallow water.
The effect is large and consistent, and “may reflect the importance that animals held throughout our evolutionary past,” wrote researchers led by California Institute of Technology neurobiologist Florian Mormann in an Aug. 29 Nature Neuroscience paper.
The researchers had access to a unique group of research subjects: 41 people receiving surgery for drug-resistant epilepsy. Prior to surgery, doctors needed to map their minds, a task performed by inserting electrodes into different parts of their brains, then measuring neuron-by-neuron responses to stimuli.
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Human Brains Are Primally Wired to Notice Animals

Surrounded by technology and urbanity though we may be, the human brain remains profoundly hard-wired to respond to animals.

When people are shown pictures of animals, specific parts of the amygdala — a structure central to pleasure and pain, fear and reward — react almost instantly.

Put another way, glimpsing a bird at the feeder or a shark on Animal Planet, or even a plankitten, could invoke cognitive tricks inherited from ancestors who walked on four legs in shallow water.

The effect is large and consistent, and “may reflect the importance that animals held throughout our evolutionary past,” wrote researchers led by California Institute of Technology neurobiologist Florian Mormann in an Aug. 29 Nature Neuroscience paper.

The researchers had access to a unique group of research subjects: 41 people receiving surgery for drug-resistant epilepsy. Prior to surgery, doctors needed to map their minds, a task performed by inserting electrodes into different parts of their brains, then measuring neuron-by-neuron responses to stimuli.

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anthropogenics:

ANNA RISTUCCIA

anthropogenics:

ANNA RISTUCCIA

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Sep 02

rustybreak:

Treehotel in Sweden.I blogged this before but blogging again, one of my favourite buildings.

rustybreak:

Treehotel in Sweden.
I blogged this before but blogging again, one of my favourite buildings.