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rocknrollercoaster:

to tha window
Jun 19

rocknrollercoaster:

to tha window

(via 0123053-deactivated20130623)

northwestprep:

Palacio Cristal
Madrid, Spain
Jun 19

northwestprep:

Palacio Cristal

Madrid, Spain

(via 0123053-deactivated20130623)

hitrecordjoe:

hitrecord:

WATCH TODAY’S “REGULARITY” HERE!
Come work w/ us on today’s collaborations: 
RE: THE OTHER SIDE - CONTRIBUTE HERE
RE: THE ROAD - CONTRIBUTE HERE
==
Thanks again <3
J

Holy shit — its still sinking in that we’re MAKING A TV SHOW!!
Come work with us! :O)
Jun 19

hitrecordjoe:

hitrecord:

WATCH TODAY’S “REGULARITY” HERE!

Come work w/ us on today’s collaborations: 

RE: THE OTHER SIDE - CONTRIBUTE HERE

RE: THE ROAD - CONTRIBUTE HERE

==

Thanks again <3

J

Holy shit — its still sinking in that we’re MAKING A TV SHOW!!

Come work with us! :O)

Jun 19

theweekmagazine:

The Week has a new photo blog! It’s called CapturedHere’s a post about Mother Nature designed to make you feel insignificant.

Come check it out.

(via fastcompany)

Jun 19

agentmlovestacos:

Barry Windsor-Smith X-Men and Wolverine just makes me so happy. Man’s a master.

via brianmichaelbendis:

Uncanny X-Men #205, by Chris Claremont and Barry Windsor Smith. 

(Source: ungoliantschilde)

joshbyard:

China to Launch Quantum Communications Satellite by 2016

Last Monday, Jian-Wei Pan and a team from the University of Science and Technology of China, in Shanghai, revealed the results of an experiment in which they successfully sent single photons on a round trip to an orbiting satellite, then detected those same photons back on Earth.
The scheme proves that a satellite can beam single photons back to our planet even while it’s in orbit, a necessity for quantum communications.
Basically, Jian-Wei and his cohorts pointed a couple of telescopes at a targeted satellite, which was covered with reflectors that could bounce a laser beam back to wherever it came from on Earth. One telescope was set up to shoot pulses of light at the satellite, while the other looked for evidence of the reflection.
Each beam of light started off with 1 billion photons, and the pulse was repeated millions of times a second. On average, for every pulse of light, just one photon made the return trip back home. They reported detecting these homeward-bound photons at a rate of about 600 per second.
“These results are sufficient to set up an unconditionally secure QKD link between satellite and earth, technically,” the team wrote in their paper.

(via China Unveils Secret Quantum Communications Experiment - IEEE Spectrum)
Jun 19

joshbyard:

China to Launch Quantum Communications Satellite by 2016

Last Monday, Jian-Wei Pan and a team from the University of Science and Technology of China, in Shanghai, revealed the results of an experiment in which they successfully sent single photons on a round trip to an orbiting satellite, then detected those same photons back on Earth.

The scheme proves that a satellite can beam single photons back to our planet even while it’s in orbit, a necessity for quantum communications.

Basically, Jian-Wei and his cohorts pointed a couple of telescopes at a targeted satellite, which was covered with reflectors that could bounce a laser beam back to wherever it came from on Earth. One telescope was set up to shoot pulses of light at the satellite, while the other looked for evidence of the reflection.

Each beam of light started off with 1 billion photons, and the pulse was repeated millions of times a second. On average, for every pulse of light, just one photon made the return trip back home. They reported detecting these homeward-bound photons at a rate of about 600 per second.

“These results are sufficient to set up an unconditionally secure QKD link between satellite and earth, technically,” the team wrote in their paper.

(via China Unveils Secret Quantum Communications Experiment - IEEE Spectrum)

(via futurescope)

geraldinefotografia:

“Sky is the limit”, Khardung pass, 5600m, Ladakh, India.
Jun 19

geraldinefotografia:

“Sky is the limit”, Khardung pass, 5600m, Ladakh, India.

(via overlandia)

Jun 19

artchipel:

Thomas Barbey (Switzerland/USA)

Geneva-born Las Vegas-based artist has been a photographer for over twenty years. More recently, he has been doing Black and White Photomontages for the sole purpose of doing Fine Art. He has combined several images taken over a period of twenty years to create surreal situations with the help of the enlarger in a dark room. His work has a specific style and is very characteristic. The picture takes you into an imaginary world where you can see the captain telling the passengers to fasten their safety belts and get prepared for the descent, and so on. Thomas exhibits in galleries throughout the world and is included in many private collections.

[more Thomas Barbey | artist found at oxane & vvolare]

artchipel:

Jason Laferrera | on Tumblr
[Tumblr Monday with actegratuit]
May 6

artchipel:

Jason Laferrera | on Tumblr

[Tumblr Monday with actegratuit]

artchipel:

Jason Laferrera | on Tumblr - Red Crowned Crane. Maps of Japan
[Tumblr Monday with actegratuit]
ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT TSUNAMI/EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS OF JAPAN
May 6

artchipel:

Jason Laferrera | on Tumblr - Red Crowned Crane. Maps of Japan

[Tumblr Monday with actegratuit]

ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT TSUNAMI/EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS OF JAPAN