The over-zealous turquoise forced upon Schrödinger an uncomfortable ambiguity.

(Photo: J.C. Schmeil; Dwell)

The over-zealous turquoise forced upon Schrödinger an uncomfortable ambiguity.

(Photo: J.C. Schmeil; Dwell)

What a joy it is to dance and sing!

(Source: the-final-sentence)

He moves toward her knowing he is about to

spoil the way they don’t know each other.

If we trust in ourselves, embrace our faults, and brazen it out with courage, strength, bravery, and truth, fate may just smile upon us too.

(Source: the-final-sentence)

“I” is the

rootofone’s negativity. It is imaginary.

In math, the imaginary unit is defined as the square root of negative one:\[ i = \sqrt{-1} \]

For some motivation, consider what values for x satisfy the following equation

\[ x^2 = 1 \]

Both +1 and -1 work.

Happy 70th Birthday,

StephenWilliamHawking(born 8 January 1942)“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.”- Stephen Hawking

(via jtotheizzoe)

[To play in the rain is to rub your body up against each season in turn.] Until, one day, you discover winter.