browngirl: (Internet (Cat&Girl/ Some Stars))
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browngirl: (MakoMori)
A beautiful photo of and mini-essay about the tallest mountain on Earth:

http://epod.usra.edu/blog/2017/05/because-its-there.html
browngirl: (chocolate)
Here is an excellent article on the Maillard reaction (with more
discussion in the comments, no less -- an actually useful comments
section!) written by a possibly horny scientist. Check out this simile:
Read more... )
browngirl: (City Under Sky)
" Whan that Aprille, with his shores soot'e
The droghte of March hath perced to the root'e
And bath'ed every veyne in swich licour,
Of which vertu engendred is the flour..."

(*)
browngirl: (WTF? (Tigerbright))
A cabbie let me off on the wrong street. Read more... )
browngirl: (Catch a Star (PaperVolcano))
PIYPD 2017 is on 4/27, ten days from now. I'm printing quite a few poems in preparation. If you want a couple, let me know by comment or PM, and I'll send you a couple of randomly chosen poems suitable for pocket carrying. :)
browngirl: (Catch a Star (PaperVolcano))
Because [livejournal.com profile] peteralway had a very good point. Read more... )
browngirl: (Spiral-Star (ellenmillion))
I nearly titled this post "Lunacy". I still don't know where either image came from, I just drew them. Read more... )
browngirl: (Catch a Star (PaperVolcano))
Happy Passover to everyone celebrating! *beams*

Read more... )
browngirl: (Blue Mandelbrot Spiral)
Today's EPOD:
http://epod.usra.edu/blog/2017/04/hydrozoan-medusa-gravitational-lens-and-similarity-across-scales.html

A tiny invertebrate and a gravitationally lensed image show remarkable similarity, at least to the human eye, which is an interesting fact in and of itself.

"Science takes us to the wonder."
browngirl: (Quince)
So it's springtime, and I have not been eating enough greens. Wolf kindly bought me a massive bag of kale to help me make up the lack, and this is one of the dishes I came up with. Read more... )

Three Links

Apr. 1st, 2017 04:42 am
browngirl: (Minoan Lily)
Something funny, something impressive, something hopeful, no pranks. Read more... )
browngirl: (Catch a Star (PaperVolcano))
No, not strawberries.

I wonder how universal it is to see the stars as five pointed. curiosity with images )
browngirl: (Catch a Star (PaperVolcano))
I have a lot of nifty comments to reply to, and will as soon as I can.
browngirl: (Internet (Cat&Girl/ Some Stars))
I know there's a lot wrong with 1Tumblr 2) Th Internet 3) My life choices but I can't help but feel improved, edified, and healed by watching a snail happily munching on cucumber.

Cautiously

Mar. 25th, 2017 02:34 pm
browngirl: (libertyjustice (clauclauclaudia))
So the ACA survived the current assassination attempt. I am torn between wanting to throw my arms over my head in celebration and not quite daring to lest some unexpected awful angle rear up.

Do I dare to hope?
browngirl: (Seshat (found online))
Originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] prettygoodword at middlescence
middlescence (mid-l-ES-uhns) - n., the middle-age period of life, especially when considered a difficult time of self-doubt and readjustment.


Or, the mid-life crisis considered as a watershed equivalent to adolescence. Adjectival form is middlescent. Coined in 1965 as a portmanteau of middle + adolescence.

---L.

Crossposts: http://prettygoodword.dreamwidth.org/645192.html
You can comment here or there.
browngirl: (Recursion)
Also, a random plle of art. Read more... )

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