July 29, 2014

Good Guy Polar Bear

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July 29, 2014

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July 29, 2014
"昔の上司から教わった言葉も、よく思い出します。

「失意泰然、得意淡然」(しついたいぜん とくいたいぜん)

落ち込んでいるときこそ、堂々と構えよ。上手くいっているように見えるときこそ、謙虚に、淡々とせよ。

彼はトレーダーだったので、「逆バリ」であることや、世の中、良くなったり悪くなったりの循環であることが身にしみているから、このように考えていたのだと思います。"

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July 29, 2014
comitan:

Mai Shiraishi

comitan:

Mai Shiraishi

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July 29, 2014

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July 29, 2014

spiritual-realm:

omg look at these fluffy fucking cows

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July 28, 2014
distant-traveller:

NGC 253: dusty island universe

Shiny NGC 253 is one of the brightest spiral galaxies visible, and also one of the dustiest. Some call it the Silver Dollar Galaxy for its appearance in small telescopes, or just the Sculptor Galaxy for its location within the boundaries of the southern constellation Sculptor. First swept up in 1783 by mathematician and astronomer Caroline Herschel, the dusty island universe lies a mere 10 million light-years away. About 70 thousand light-years across, NGC 253 is the largest member of the Sculptor Group of Galaxies, the nearest to our own Local Group of Galaxies. In addition to its spiral dust lanes, tendrils of dust seem to be rising from a galactic disk laced with young star clusters and star forming regions in this sharp color image. The high dust content accompanies frantic star formation, earning NGC 253 the designation of a starburst galaxy. NGC 253 is also known to be a strong source of high-energy x-rays and gamma rays, likely due to massives black hole near the galaxy’s center.

Image credit & copyright: László Francsics

distant-traveller:

NGC 253: dusty island universe

Shiny NGC 253 is one of the brightest spiral galaxies visible, and also one of the dustiest. Some call it the Silver Dollar Galaxy for its appearance in small telescopes, or just the Sculptor Galaxy for its location within the boundaries of the southern constellation Sculptor. First swept up in 1783 by mathematician and astronomer Caroline Herschel, the dusty island universe lies a mere 10 million light-years away. About 70 thousand light-years across, NGC 253 is the largest member of the Sculptor Group of Galaxies, the nearest to our own Local Group of Galaxies. In addition to its spiral dust lanes, tendrils of dust seem to be rising from a galactic disk laced with young star clusters and star forming regions in this sharp color image. The high dust content accompanies frantic star formation, earning NGC 253 the designation of a starburst galaxy. NGC 253 is also known to be a strong source of high-energy x-rays and gamma rays, likely due to massives black hole near the galaxy’s center.

Image credit & copyright: László Francsics

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July 28, 2014
licoricewall:


森絵梨佳 (Erika Mori)

licoricewall:

森絵梨佳 (Erika Mori)

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July 26, 2014
saysabr:

Aurora Kwon (Credit: NASA)

saysabr:

Aurora Kwon (Credit: NASA)

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July 25, 2014
daitao:

by dataichi

daitao:

by dataichi

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July 25, 2014

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July 21, 2014
kotoripiyopiyo:

雷

kotoripiyopiyo:

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July 21, 2014
iamkida:

All Saints

iamkida:

All Saints

July 20, 2014
sasaq:

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sasaq:

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July 17, 2014
eternityscape:

すぶた

eternityscape:

すぶた

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