The three pinnacles of human experience are love, dance, and flight. The greatest tragedy of human experience is that no one need ever suffer, but so very many do.
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This is my life
From Top Ten #8 by Moore/Ha.
(Vacation on Infinite Earths! That’s gotta be Mxyztplk and Bat-Mite in the bottom center, above them and to the right is the alt-universe Uhura, Kirk and Spock, to the left of them is appropriately enough Mirror Master. Just below the “Earths 1-15” sign is Loki, and way up in the top right is Donald Duck… probably some other recognizable folks in there I’m not picking up on)
Vacation on infinite earths
Apparently only the ninth doctor could put a logical thought together.
|—||Carl Sagan (via jennanicole)|
One of the most astounding mysteries of the world is this ancient tile pattern in Greece, dated to about 1,500 B.C.
It was little more than a curiosity until 2008 when its resemblance to a QR Code was recognized. First photographed in 1871 by the British Antiquities Society, they were known as the “Chinese Box Tiles” owing to the closest thing anyone had seen to the strange pattern. Little was known about the titles except that they were installed along with other beachfront roads on the isle of Igrigoria in ancient times.
In was in 2008 that QR codes became popular enough that a traveler recognized the tiles as bearing an unmistakable resemblance to the computer code which had only been developed 3,500 years after the tiles were first laid. It was another two years before anyone with a QR capable phone traveled to the island to attempt a capture.
The mystery only deepened when the phone was able to recognize the code, which lead to the original Nyan Cat video on youtube.
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