bonvivantx:

“If all cosmos were the same distance apart, gravity would pull them all in the same direction. They’d remain perfectly aligned, and precisely nothing would happen. Irregularity, imperfection, and lack of order in hydrogen compacts, atoms of gas gravitating away from each other, and compressed temperatures is what created our universe. Perfection in our galaxy simply does not exist. Without imperfection, neither you nor I would exist.” —Stephen Hawking Utilize this as an analogy next time attempt to undermine your self-worth caused by fallacious and subjective standards one must meet in order to attain aesthetic appeal. Symmetric cannot be created if its source is asymmetric.

bonvivantx:

“If all cosmos were the same distance apart, gravity would pull them all in the same direction. They’d remain perfectly aligned, and precisely nothing would happen. Irregularity, imperfection, and lack of order in hydrogen compacts, atoms of gas gravitating away from each other, and compressed temperatures is what created our universe. Perfection in our galaxy simply does not exist. Without imperfection, neither you nor I would exist.” —Stephen Hawking

Utilize this as an analogy next time attempt to undermine your self-worth caused by fallacious and subjective standards one must meet in order to attain aesthetic appeal. Symmetric cannot be created if its source is asymmetric.

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If they knew you were there they would just stop playing, so we had to sneak in really quietly so we could sit and listen. They used to play a lot of covers, like The Strokes. Half the time, tough, they were playing table tennis

Jill Helders about Arctic Monkeys’s rehearsal studio in his warehouse (via sardybum)

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  • Peter: Wella. Can't fault Weller
  • Carl: Well you can't fault Weller
  • Peter: Nonono, 'course you can't fault Weller, not gonna fault Weller. Not saying y'can fault Weller, what I'm saying is... it was an adverse climate. Weren't Weller's fault
  • Carl: Course, he has a parka
  • Peter: Can't fault the parka
  • Carl: Although I never saw Weller in the parka
  • Peter: Can't fault Weller in a parka
  • Carl: He certainly advocates the parka
  • Peter: Avocados

Stendhal syndome, Angel says, is a medical term. It’s when a painting, or any work of art, is so beautiful it overwhelms the viewer. It’s a form of shock. When Stendhal toured the Church of Santa Croce in Florence in 1817, he reported almost fainting from joy. People feel rapid heart palpitations. They get dizzy. Looking at great art makes you forget your own name, forget even where you’re at. It can bring on depression and physical exhaustion. Amnesia. Panic. Heart attack. Collapse.

Diary by Chuck Palahniuk  (via filmlovingfreak)

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