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the martian 2015 scifi movie
finally saw Arrival, at a friend's house
scify action thriller movie Lucy (2014)
ho, there's a scifi movie, Lucy, 2014, seems spectacular. Buy movie Lucy, 2014
a gangster sew a high tech drug in her tummy to smuggle. But the bag broke. She became superpower. telekinesis, telepathy, and knows the universe.
here's a dramatic visual effect scene of Lucy, where she started to disintegrate
Lucy gains advanced knowledge: applied math, quantum physics. But, no pure math? what's the use then? lol.
and from that clip, we infer, that Applied Mathematics is a bigger word to laymen. They wouldn't know wtf is Pure Mathematics.
ok, Lucy, the movie's theme, is similar to The Lawnmower Man , 1992. The Lawnmower Man
[Postmortem: Every Frame a Painting By Tony Zhou. At https://medium.com/@tonyszhou/postmortem-1b338537fabc ]
to read. seems a good article, by a YouTube star, seems a a video/film expert.
Las Vegas Travelog: MGM Grand. more art deco.
I always admired free style skate boarders and especially freestyle BMX. I thought, California is full of it. But since living in Cali in 1989, i've actually never seen it on the street. No ramp, no skilled ones. Actually saw a small ramp once in a park.
Double-Bun Hair Girls (new photos)
great article. Roughly a history of “anime”, but more about tech detail of what “anime” is actually limited animation, how they are created, and perception, etc.
[ANIME'S GREAT DECEPTION – THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANIME and CARTOONS By Rich • Art By Aya Francisco. At http://www.tofugu.com/japan/anime-vs-cartoons/]
There's a graffiti artist, called banksy. A first class idiot. It is, the prototype of opposite of intellectual. Many celebrity artists are of that ilk. They, like, grab some political hot button, put on wall, artless. Lauded as “make you think”.
flying disc. quite interesting as nerd toy. but boring as a sport. Unless, Discs of TRON comes to life. flying disc
the darkness, and zombie nation
not sure why this thing exist.
The oligodynamic effect is a biocidal effect of metals, especially heavy metals, even in low concentrations. The effect was discovered in 1893 by Karl Wilhelm von Nägeli, although he did not identify the cause. Brass doorknobs and silverware both exhibit this effect.
[2017-07-03 Wikipedia Oligodynamic effect]
Marada the She-wolf (more images)