"Spend an hour watching the clouds roll overhead and no two of them will be the same. The complexity and dynamic motion of turbulence make these flows fascinating, even mesmerizing, to watch. Humans are a pattern-seeking species. We like to seek order in apparent chaos, and this, perhaps, is what makes turbulence such a captivating subject for scientists and artists alike."

Nicole Sharp, “The Beautiful Unpredictability of Coffee, Clouds, and Fire”

Something a little different today. I have a guest post over at Nautilus about looking for patterns in turbulence. Go check it out!

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fastcompany:

Pistil-Whipped: This Video Makes Flowers Look Like The Most Magical Organisms On Earth

fastcompany:

Pistil-Whipped: This Video Makes Flowers Look Like The Most Magical Organisms On Earth

woodendreams:

(by Chao Kusollerschariya)

woodendreams:

(by Chao Kusollerschariya)

(Source: aessestudio)

ilovehateeverything:

11.01.13
Coffee is for closers.

ilovehateeverything:

11.01.13

Coffee is for closers.

woodendreams:

(by Ennio Pozzetti)

woodendreams:

(by Ennio Pozzetti)

kynen:

Bless whoever looked at a picture of two mountains and thought of this.

kynen:

Bless whoever looked at a picture of two mountains and thought of this.

(Source: timewastingclub, via blackeyesandbrokenwings)

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goodtypography:

Signages and Mural at NGO. Using only Indian Script. 

goodtypography:

Signages and Mural at NGO. Using only Indian Script. 

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twinkelytide:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

This surprised me…

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