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oil lamps. sour candy. A1 sauce. girls. a few boys. trees. nature. pictures. memories. stretches. monarchs. nudity. shiny things.coconut water. old soul. the finer things. giggles. doodles. elephants. comfy bed. tea. adventures. ambition. determination. science.the sea. knowledge. curiosity. books. music boxes. universal unknowings. journals. stuffed animals. cursive notes. smiles. hugs. pillow talk. swimming. assault riffles. hearts. zombies. tattoos. minds. the evil. brown eyed gurl. running. lost. "hanging round downtown by myself"

Stephanie Kuehner (via psych-facts)

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embodyilluminati:

Always do what you are afraid to do. ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
verticaltheory:

This Giant Floating Farm Uses Melting Icebergs To Bring Local Food To GreenlandAs glaciers melt at record speeds due to climate change, some (often questionable) startups are beginning to harvest the melting freshwater, bottle it up, and ship it off to distant grocery store shelves. But then there are ideas like this one: Why not use the nutrient-rich water to help grow local food for Greenland, which currently ships in almost all of its produce from overseas?
French architecture students came up with the idea for Arctic Harvester, a floating hydroponic farm and village, while doing research for another project on Greenland. “We were struck by the idea that Greenland’s icebergs support such rich localized ecosystems…An iceberg is an oasis,” says Meriem Chabani, who worked on the concept along with Etienne Chobaux, John Edom, and Maeva Leneveu. “We had what seemed to us a massive resource on one hand, and a massive lack—no local produce—on the other.”
Read the full article here. 
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