The Uffington White Horse,Uffington, Oxfordshire, England - UK Created: c. 1000 BC Length: 105.5m / Width: 29.5m / Trench Depth: 92cm .Carving in turf to reveal underlying chalk with additional trenches
In a missive alight with righteous rage and sacred love—specifically, for Ta-Nehisi Coates's son, to whom the book is addressed—American racism is treated as a brute material force bent on the destruction of the black body. There is much pain, and no flinching. The perpetrators are told to face their crimes and save themselves. The sufferers are implored to bind their wounds, to struggle and to live on.
The “Emperor’s Astronomy” (Petrus Apianus, 1495-1552) is one of the great masterpieces of sixteenth-century printing, and also one of the top-ten in my personal digital collection. I found the codex a couple of months ago, when I was looking for “volvelles” (or wheel chart, which is a paper slide chart with rotating parts used mainly in ancient astronomy treatises, introduced by Persian astronomer Abu Rayhan Biruni).
A Gray Schist Figure of Buddha; Gandhara, circa 4th Century; Seated in dhyanasana with his arms crossed before his chest in the gesture of teaching, dharma-chakra mudra, wearing long flowing robes draped across his left shoulder, his face with a meditative expression and wavy hair rising to a domed top-knot and backed by a nimbus.
At Last Scientist Are Discovering The Soul - Your brain is a quantum instrument that causes the collapse of wave functions that exist as possibilities before you actualise them as space-time events. So your brain takes possibilities and actualises them into space-time events. It’s a quantum instrument that converts possibility into actuality. It takes the unmanifest and makes it manifest, both in imagination and also as sensory experience.