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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - mostlyshits
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OH DO YOU NOW?
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User avatar #43 to #31 - mostlyshits
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i don't personally hate her
i just dislike (and for just reasons i may add) nickback and nick cage
User avatar #55 to #31 - thenewnuggubler
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i think it's mostly the humor of a girl in her teens(?) in a movie like 50SoG with nick cage as a sexual partner
#63 - gpinks
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IRL
#73 to #63 - pussypunchpiss
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the houses remind me me oh the ones in flint, Michigan.   
am i right?
the houses remind me me oh the ones in flint, Michigan.
am i right?
#74 - daghost
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User avatar #58 - roflstorm
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and in less than 100 years, that will AAAALLLLLLL be a neighborhood.
cept' the desert.
User avatar #81 to #58 - fellfox
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they'll find a way
#4 - atrocitustheking
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True that, OP. The universe is a place of fractal beauty, to know it and understand it is to be in complete awe at its majesty, privileged to witness it, and proud to be a part of it.
User avatar #9 to #4 - mcrut [OP]
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That's some beautiful thinking right there.
User avatar #15 to #9 - atrocitustheking
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Thank you, I like to think so, and it's what's inspired me to be an artist, to try and communicate this... magnificence to others.
User avatar #42 to #4 - wizardofstuff
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You ******* magnificent bastard. That was the best quote in the history of this glorious universe you are explaining to us about.
User avatar #100 to #42 - atrocitustheking
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I appreciate the compliment, but I'll have to disagree. The best quote is likely something by Oscar Wilde, though my favorite quotes are from John Muir and Thomas Jefferson.
User avatar #102 to #100 - wizardofstuff
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Well, it's by far the bast damn quote I've ever seen.
User avatar #103 to #102 - atrocitustheking
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Well, again, thanks, I appreciate it.
User avatar #64 - givemecoke
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it's funny how nice pictures look when there's no people in them.
User avatar #65 to #64 - redwolfradolf
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Humans ruin ****.
#34 - comehonorfacetwice
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Do you have links to any of these images? I'd love to use them as a desktop wallpaper.
#35 to #34 - FAILtim
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#36 to #34 - FAILtim
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meh i've got none he used. sorry.
#37 to #36 - comehonorfacetwice
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They're still awesome. Thumbs for you my good sir
#32 - toshibatoshiba
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#44 - ninn
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I want to see the ******* aurora borealis. ****.
I want to see the ******* aurora borealis. ****.
User avatar #92 to #44 - Fgner
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The Earth's core is due to flip anyday, so maybe it will occur in your lifetime. When it does so, it will slowly turn Earth;s magnetic field, and the aurora borealis will travel from the poles, all the way down the world until they reach the poles again. It'll be absolutely amazing.

The other option is it flips rapidly, generating a supermassive EMP burst that will destroy all electronic equipment on or around Earth.
User avatar #45 to #44 - AccWasLost
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I know what you mean bro. Some people don't understand. For some reason I just ******* love the sight of it. One day I'll see it in person man, one day.
User avatar #47 to #45 - ninn
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It's one of the most impressive natural phenomena out there .. I'll make it to the north within the next 2 years or so, I swear.

I also like this quote:
"As if from Heaven itself, great curtains of delicate light hung and trembled. Pale green and rose pink, and as transparent as the most fragile fabric, and at the bottom edge a profound and fiery crimson like the fires of Hell, they swung and shimmered loosely with more grace than the most skilful dancer.
[...] It was so beautiful it was almost holy."

Sometimes, nature is ******* touching. I'm getting a little feely right now ...
User avatar #1 - sparkyoneonetwo
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I kinda wish i could see why people found pics like that to be so amazing.
User avatar #2 to #1 - atrocitustheking
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It's not the picture, I don't think. It's the fact that such places are real and that you can go to them.
User avatar #3 to #2 - sparkyoneonetwo
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but, its like to see them for real or not I still wouldn't care. I just don't get it.
User avatar #6 to #3 - atrocitustheking
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Perhaps. To me, it's more of what those landscapes represent, to me. They represent a magnificent amazing, infinitely complex and brilliant universe. The older I get, the more I learn, the more... awed I feel to be but a single speck in this cosmic ocean, and yet, so much more.

Stars are the true citizens of the universe, more numerous than all the grains of sand on every beach on Earth. Their very breath is possessed of such power, as to render the wrath of human gods impotent. When a star dies, for a single moment it outshines an entire galaxy.

Now to some this is terrifying, what are we, in the grand scheme of things compared to such might, such fury. But that's just it... we are the universe. Every element in the universe heavier than hydrogen or helium was forged in the white-hot forge that is the core of a star. EVERY atom of your body is a product of some of the most powerful forces of gravity and energy in the universe.

Every human being, hell, even every microbe on this planet is no less than a child of the Universe, a babe borne unto a demigod for we are the progeny of those kings of the night sky, the stars.

We are all the children of a trillion accidents, that the right chemicals, the right microbes, the right evolutionary path, the right culture in which our parents could meet... everything.

When you try to pick up a single thing by itself, you find it attached to every other thing in the Universe. - John Muir
User avatar #8 to #6 - sparkyoneonetwo
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I don't really get why you posted that??

but, either way pics of land or looking at the ocean or the starts or like my roommates like to go on walk in the woods when it's snowy people find like so much amazement an wonder in stuff like that.

I just don't see what they see like what I just said about my roommates they loving doing that all see is snow an dead looking trees an nothing more they could spend hours out there just looking around
User avatar #13 to #8 - atrocitustheking
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I posted it because that's I really feel man. When you look at a tree don't think about it just as a single tree, it's a vast complex nextwork of roots and microscopic chemical processes going on a thousand times a minute, innumerable parts all working in concert together, it is the Symphony of Creation, the Music of Life, and every one of us has a part to play in this grand orchestra.

I find beauty, hope, and complexity everywhere in the Universe, this is just something I'm passionate about, I guess. The world and all us in it are part of something beautiful, which of course makes it so painful when we hurt and tear at one another, when we destroy rather than build, when we harm rather than help or heal.

There is so much wonder to behold, I cannot help but wax lyrical about it.
User avatar #17 to #13 - sparkyoneonetwo
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It's all well an good if you feel that way but, yes a tree is like complex an stuff like you said but, I just don't see that as beauty I see one tree that might have the potential to be made into something beautiful like a dresser or something but, just alone as a tree all I see is a tree an nothing more
User avatar #19 to #17 - atrocitustheking
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But that's just it, even the simplest things are possessed of a truly marvelous architecture within, staggering in its elegance in the way that makes the poets among us weep with envy.
User avatar #20 to #19 - sparkyoneonetwo
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I just throwin' this out there but, the way you talk makes me thing of like some dude from like the 1800's
User avatar #22 to #20 - atrocitustheking
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Hahaha, I'm not sure how to take that, I'll pretend it's a compliment and add such praises to an already august ego. Thank you (I think).
User avatar #23 to #22 - sparkyoneonetwo
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I think it was a compliment I said it cuz I thought the way you talk is cool
User avatar #24 to #23 - atrocitustheking
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Thanks, it's just something I'm passionate about is all, I can't help but be poetic in regards to it.
User avatar #26 to #24 - sparkyoneonetwo
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It's kinda cool don't really see people talk like that anymore.
User avatar #29 to #26 - atrocitustheking
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Language is a morphic, evolving thing, and that's not always a bad thing, but yes, you're right. There's a line in the National Treasure movie where Nic Cage's character recites something from the Declaration of Independance, to which his partner replies "that was beautiful... I have no idea what you just said". Of course NC's character just shakes his head and sighs "People don't talk like that anymore..."
User avatar #11 to #8 - mcrut [OP]
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The beauty is knowing it all exists and you are part of those complex systems.
User avatar #12 to #11 - sparkyoneonetwo
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I don't get how that's beauty.

So yes we are part of some pretty complex **** like what you said the posts above but, that's just life that is what I see it as not beauty.
User avatar #14 to #12 - atrocitustheking
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But it is such complexity that makes MASTERPIECES. When you hear a single violin, it is beautiful, but to put that violin with a score of it's kinsmen and an assortment of other instruments, then the exquisite vibrations of a symphony emerge. It is from such sophistication that the scientific processes of chemistry, physics, fluid dynamics, biology and more create systems of wonder, including us, even the basest of beasts or the lowest of insects. Each is but a tiny violin in the Music of the Spheres.
User avatar #18 to #14 - sparkyoneonetwo
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eh, wouldn't really call the sound a violin makes beautiful... not a fan of violins...

but, like I just said about the tree I just don't really find nature to be beautiful you can take things from nature an make then in to beautiful things but, just out in nature I do see that as beauty I see potential to make something beautiful out of whats available but, until it is turned into something else that's all I see nothing more than potentials
User avatar #21 to #18 - atrocitustheking
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Think of it this way, reality is a painting, a sculpture that paints and carves itself... inanimate genius that is always creating and recycling.
User avatar #25 to #21 - sparkyoneonetwo
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I don't know if I"m really saying what I mean all that well

So like take for example your example of a painting say it's a really nice painting but, before that all it was was some paint on an artiest pallet. It wasn't nice or beautiful till someone took the time to make something out of the paints.

That's kinda how I see nature the potential to create something that I'd personally find more beautiful than just a tree.
User avatar #27 to #25 - atrocitustheking
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I understand, I suppose I just find wonder in the scientific processes all around me, the idea that something even as simple as breathing involves a million little miracles of biology, chemistry (etc.) so small I can't even see them.
User avatar #28 to #27 - sparkyoneonetwo
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In ways I find scientific thing a wonder as well but, I'm much more interested in the stuff we don't know. I'ts like breathing okay we all do it we know how it works I don't ever really think about that but, like space or the deepest parts of the ocean were no one has ever been. I find a lot interesting about that like whats there is it even possible to get to some of these places. It's like no one knows so makes me wonder like what is really out there. you know?? like not really sure if that made any scenes.
User avatar #30 to #28 - atrocitustheking
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Ah, yes, the mysterious has a beauty all its own. As Sagan once said, "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known..."