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Stanislav Groz 
Then the television tuned to me. I was there watching myself at that very instant, watching myself. Then I became aware of watching myself from the television while watching myself on the television. And I became the me watching me instead of the me being watched. But then, I was aware that I was being watched. And then I was watching me watching myself, watching myself on the television. And it kept going on and on! And every time I attempted to stop watching myself on the television, I would become aware that I was being watched as I watched myself. It was like mirrors looking into mirrors. Each vision of myself, watching myself, watching myself on the television, gave rise to infinite visions of myself watching myself.

Then the television tuned to me. I was there watching myself at that very instant, watching myself. Then I became aware of watching myself from the television while watching myself on the television. And I became the me watching me instead of the me being watched. But then, I was aware that I was being watched. And then I was watching me watching myself, watching myself on the television. And it kept going on and on! And every time I attempted to stop watching myself on the television, I would become aware that I was being watched as I watched myself. It was like mirrors looking into mirrors. Each vision of myself, watching myself, watching myself on the television, gave rise to infinite visions of myself watching myself.

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"The chief trick to making good mistakes is not to hide them—especially not from yourself. Instead of turning away in denial when you make a mistake, you should become a connoisseur of your own mistakes, turning them over in your mind as if they were works of art, which in a way they are. The fundamental reaction to any mistake ought to be this: “Well, I won’t do that again!"

— Daniel Dennett (via liberatingreality)

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Agostino Arrivabene: Visionary Surrealist painter

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At first we thought this was work done on top of found art, but once we realized this was the brand new series of Italian painter, Agostino Arrivabene, we liked the work even more. Surreal, fantastical constructions of oil on wood, Arrivabene’s works remind us of dark tarot cards. The artist lives and works in Gradella di Pandino, Italy.

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Viewed From The International Space Station, Clouds Cast Fascinating Thousand-Mile Long Shadows…

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Since joining the International Space Station, geophysicist  Alexander Gerst  has spent a good deal of his free time taking photographs of the Earth, as it speeds by 205 miles below.

In the process, Gerst has captured hurricanes, floods, dust storms and oil fields among other things.

One of his favorite Earth features to photograph have been the shadows cast by clouds, which sometimes appear incredibly dramatic when viewed from space.

Dense cloud formations can throw long shadows that can stretch for thousands of miles on the Earth’s surface, before disappearing into the horizon.

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What are the odds of you being here?

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Digital sculpting by Kyuin Shim, artist from Seoul, Repulic of Korea.

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