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December 20 2017

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December 17 2017

  Tornado on Jupiter
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December 16 2017

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November 25 2017

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November 20 2017

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September 29 2017

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Anna Świrszczyńska
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Be Cheerful, Live Well | Purchase merch

This is my favourite ancient meme ever and I’ve been dying (haha) for merch of it for ages, but luckily I am an artist with the power to make my dreams come true. Be cheerful and live well with this delightful skeleton reminding you of the transience of life, in apparel, or homeware, anywhere!

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September 04 2017

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Forest by Wilhelm Sasnal (2003)
Oil on Canvas, 45 x 45cm (18 x 18in)

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September 01 2017

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August 16 2017

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The following is a rare half male and half female butterfly. The butterfly was determined to be a Lexias pardalis, and its condition is called bilateral gynandromorphy. Gynandromorphism is most frequently noticed in bird and butterfly species where the two sexes have very different coloration. (Source)

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Hypatia (ca. 351–370 AD) was a Greek philosopher and the daughter of Theon of Alexandria, who taught her mathematics. About 400 AD she became head of the Platonist school at Alexandria, where she lectured on the philosophy known as Neoplatonism. This combined Plato’s ideas with a mix of Christian, Jewish, and East Asian influences and emphasized striving for an unreachable ultimate reality. Her edition of Euclid’s Elements, prepared with her father, became the basis for all later versions. Christians deemed her philosophical views pagan - one day, in March 415 AD, during Lent, a mob of Christians led by Peter the Reader, waylaid Hypatia’s chariot as she travelled home.The mob attacked Hypatia, stripped her naked as a form of humiliation, then dragged her through the streets to the recently Christianised Caesareum, where they killed her.She is considered to be the first woman of any importance in the history of mathematics.

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