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weissesrauschen:

Bridget Riley, Fragment I, 1965

weissesrauschen:

Bridget Riley, Fragment I, 1965

adamwilsonholmes:

'Head IIII' - July 2013
Drawing by Adam Wilson Holmes

adamwilsonholmes:

'Head IIII' - July 2013

Drawing by Adam Wilson Holmes

fyeahbookbinding:

Constellation Notebooks by Sara McNally (constellationco on Etsy).

nevver:

Some symptoms, Dan Estabrook

matthen:

Chaos Theory is a very important area of mathematics which can explain a lot of what we see in the real world.  A pendulum with one mass is relatively easy to explain mathematically, and it behaves nicely. However if you put another mass in there, it behaves chaotically. Technically, this means that if you change the starting positions only slightly, the state of the system a short time later can change drastically.  The weather is chaotic- a small error in measuring it today could be the difference between rain and no rain in a weeks days time. Watch these two pendulum systems quickly diverge, though they both start off with nearly the same settings. [more] [code]

matthen:

Chaos Theory is a very important area of mathematics which can explain a lot of what we see in the real world.  A pendulum with one mass is relatively easy to explain mathematically, and it behaves nicely. However if you put another mass in there, it behaves chaotically. Technically, this means that if you change the starting positions only slightly, the state of the system a short time later can change drastically.  The weather is chaotic- a small error in measuring it today could be the difference between rain and no rain in a weeks days time. Watch these two pendulum systems quickly diverge, though they both start off with nearly the same settings. [more] [code]

(Source: fuckyeahpaganism)

septagonstudios:

Hannes Hummel

septagonstudios:

Hannes Hummel

broux:

selfportrait (by Felipe Valdivieso)

broux:

selfportrait (by Felipe Valdivieso)

(Source: imnotwordy)

gameraboy:

1932’s Dynasphere! A one-wheel four-seater. Via British Pathé