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Isaac Hayes - “The Look of Love”

step your game up kids, enlighten your soul

astronomy-to-zoology:

Genus: Arsinoitherium

…an extinct genus of paenungulate mammals that lived during the late Eocene and the early Oligocene of northern Africa. Although Arsinoitherium looks like a rhinoceros its actually more closely related to elephants, sirenians, desmostylians and hyraxes. Arsinoitherium boasted a pair of enormous knife-liked horns that projected from above their nose, their exact function is unknown but it is suggested that they might have been hollow and used as a sound resonator. Arsinoitherium probably inhabited tropical rainforests and mangrove swamps and would of feed on plant matter. Their large size would of rendered them immune to predation. However, creodonts might have preyed on their young and sick.

Phylogeny

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Images: Roman Uchytel and Aram Duylan

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Thomas Dvorak - “The Sea” Machinarium OST 02

this one’s a mind transcender yo

upnorthtrips:

Yasiin Gaye: The Departure (Side One)
Amerigo Gazaway’s new *Soul Mates* series continues the theme of his previous work in creating collaborations that never were. On the series’ first installment, the producer unites Brooklyn rapper Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) and soul legend Marvin Gaye for a dream collaboration aptly titled “Yasiin Gaye”. Building the album’s foundation from deconstructed samples of Gaye’s Motown classics, Gazaway re-orchestrates the instrumentation into new productions within a similar framework. Carefully weaving Bey’s dense raps and Gaye’s soulful vocals over his new arrangements, the producer delivers a quality far closer to Gaye’s famous duets than that of a “mashup” album.

upnorthtrips:

Yasiin Gaye: The Departure (Side One)

Amerigo Gazaway’s new *Soul Mates* series continues the theme of his previous work in creating collaborations that never were. On the series’ first installment, the producer unites Brooklyn rapper Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) and soul legend Marvin Gaye for a dream collaboration aptly titled “Yasiin Gaye”. Building the album’s foundation from deconstructed samples of Gaye’s Motown classics, Gazaway re-orchestrates the instrumentation into new productions within a similar framework. Carefully weaving Bey’s dense raps and Gaye’s soulful vocals over his new arrangements, the producer delivers a quality far closer to Gaye’s famous duets than that of a “mashup” album.

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robotgod:

 

archdrude:

The Amazing Connections Between the Inca and Egyptian Cultures

"The ancient Egyptians (in Africa) and the ancient pre-Incas/Incas (in South America) evolved on opposite sides of the globe and were never in contact.

Yet, both cultures mysteriously possessed the same strikingly identical body of ancient art, architecture, symbolism, mythology and religion.

The Victorian era scholars, faced with this enigma, concluded that both cultures must have been children of the same Golden Age parent civilization, “Atlantis.”

Today, Egyptian/Inca parallels are not only being ignored by American and Western scholars, they’re being suppressed.

Many baffling and unsolved similarities link the ancient Egyptians and the ancient pre-Incas/Incas ― even though both cultures evolved on opposite sides of the planet, separated by oceans” Read More

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thatscienceguy:

Strange, Wonderful, and Beautiful organisms:

  1. Chromodoris Willani Blue (blue sea slug)
  2. Stemonitis fusca
  3. Coral
  4. Squidworm
  5. Sunda Colugo
  6. Christmas Tree Worm
  7. Panda Ant

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