This was the 1st time I’d ever done acid.

In the middle of the Mojave desert, at a rave - my 1st one at that, on the face of a mountain.

I took my 1st tab around 12:15PM. A zero-g chair, bass humming & in the background. Voices all around me, it was amazing experience by itself. A little over an hour, I started to notice lights & music where almost inviting me to join them, so I went to the dance floor and went at it. I remember I couldn’t stop smiling, I knew all of 3 people of the 80+ that were there. Different mindsets started to fade away as our collective mind started to meld. 

I left the group to go on a hike with my newfound friends, Brian who I just bought a tab for, & Maram. Who got her tabs later. 

We went to a hill to gaze at the stars, which were at least 50x more visible than in current town. They were magnificent, at one point, we could have sworn we saw many stars jump right before us.


I’d like to go into more detail - but I’m not articulate as it is, I would not do this experience justice. 

I just recalled this was the 1st album I bought with my own money. 

I just recalled this was the 1st album I bought with my own money. 

MUZAK [Click Album covers for more info]

So each one of these albums are pretty awesome on their own, but I decided to pick my favorites from each, & put them on a playlist. [Not in any particular order]

HOW TO SIT 10/10 REVIEW

HOW TO GAME 11.5/10

HOW TO YOGA, Meh.

(Just a reminder to feel gud m9’s)

txchnologist:

Living Tissue Emerges From 3-D Printer

Harvard bioengineers say they have taken a big step toward using 3-D printers to make living tissue. They’ve made a machine with multiple printer heads that each extrudes a different biological building block to make complex tissue and blood vessels.

Their work represents a significant advance toward producing living medical models upon which drugs could be tested for safety and effectiveness.

It also advances the ball in the direction of an even bigger goal. Such a machine and the techniques being refined by researchers offer a glimpse of the early steps in a sci-fi healthcare scenario: One day surgeons might feed detailed CT scans of human body parts into a 3-D printer, manipulate them with design software, and produce healthy replacements for diseased or injured tissues or organs.

Read more below and click the gifs for explanations. 

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This site does pixel sorting on an online application, suppa cool c: 


awkwardsituationist:

photos by mohammad reza domiri ganji in iran of: (1) the dome of the seyyed mosque in isfahan; (2,8) the nasīr al mulk mosque, or pink mosque, in shiraz; (3,4) the vakil mosque in shiraz; (5) the ceiling of the fifth floor of ali qapu in isfahan; (6,10) the vakil bathhouse in shiraz; (7) the imam mosque in isfahan; (9) the jame mosque of yazd

DING

DING

A project I helped out on, any views would be appreciated. 

Vapes, break dancing, hot chicks a good song. 
Hope you enjoy it, and your welcome in advance. =D

In order, Descending. Most of these I found on reddit.

  • Ball Bearing Assembly - 3 Polly at old town tatu
  • Boxing Coyote done by Isaiah Toothtaker at Staring Without Caring, Tucson, AZ
  • hammer and sickle, john meredith, cambridge massachusetts.
  • Hand done stick&poke pointillism done by Droc Mirage - Taos Tattoo & Piercing - Taos, NM
  • Surreal Skull done by Alex at Ancient Iron Tattoo Parlour Boise,ID
  • new piece by Brockton Fowler at Tobi’s Tattoo Shop
  • Stellated dodecahedron, by Cinzia Tocco, Cagliari (Sardinia)

Good stuff

Good stuff

Metal gear glitch.

sarikyou:

GUM(JET SET RADIO)

FAN ART done right. 

sarikyou:

GUM(JET SET RADIO)

FAN ART done right.