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Fluorescent portrait of Arthur Radebaugh. Arthur Radebaugh (1906-1974) paints a nude with fluorescent paint under ultraviolet light in his studio. This image accompanied a feature titled “Black Light” Art in Life magazine on 6 March 1950.
Howard Sochurek’s innovative portrait of the futurist illustrator and industrial designer whose name faded into obscurity but has remained a cult figure. After 20 years as a photojournalist on Life magazine, Sochurek went on to become a pioneer in the use of computer-manipulated photography. 
Photograph: Howard Sochurek/ Time & Life / Getty Images
via The Guardian

So cool

scanzen:

Fluorescent portrait of Arthur Radebaugh. Arthur Radebaugh (1906-1974) paints a nude with fluorescent paint under ultraviolet light in his studio. This image accompanied a feature titled “Black Light” Art in Life magazine on 6 March 1950.

Howard Sochurek’s innovative portrait of the futurist illustrator and industrial designer whose name faded into obscurity but has remained a cult figure. After 20 years as a photojournalist on Life magazine, Sochurek went on to become a pioneer in the use of computer-manipulated photography. 

Photograph: Howard Sochurek/ Time & Life / Getty Images

via The Guardian

So cool

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wolframalpha:

Traveling from LA to NYC would only take 33 hours if you rode on the back of a cheetah traveling its maximum land speed.

wolframalpha:

Traveling from LA to NYC would only take 33 hours if you rode on the back of a cheetah traveling its maximum land speed.

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Sadie Newman

Sadie Newman

@anastasija33

@anastasija33

Fuck you. I love you.

Fuck you. I love you.

Ilse de Boer on Flickr.

Ilse de Boer on Flickr.

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untitled on Flickr.

#momoney #moproblems

#momoney #moproblems

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shortstackphotos:

and the human mind only

shortstackphotos:

and the human mind only

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jtotheizzoe:

explore-blog:

So great, so necessary – Joe Hanson of It’s Okay To Be Smart offers some invaluable tips on how to read science news. Pair with The Baloney Detection Kit , these 11 essential rules for critical thinking, and Carl Sagan on mastering the vital balance between skepticism and openness.

Wow, definitely read the links that Maria included there too, because those people are all WAY smarter than me.

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Ana Moya Calzado on Flickr.

Ana Moya Calzado on Flickr.

Ana Moya Calzado on Flickr.

Ana Moya Calzado on Flickr.