Seeking Knowledge



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I am Philippe, I'm 19 years old, born and raised in the better part of California.



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nowyoukno:

Now You Know how to reset your biological body clock. (Source)

nowyoukno:

Now You Know how to reset your biological body clock. (Source)

10:38 am, reblogged from Now You Know by philly-cheese

10:35 am, reblogged from telecomixDA by philly-cheese

08:07 pm, reblogged from The New Enlightenment Age by philly-cheese



takemetomountains:

And when friends know your soul…

takemetomountains:

And when friends know your soul…

08:02 pm, reblogged from old man sea by philly-cheese

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08:01 pm, reblogged from Purple Buddha Project by philly-cheese

Cinéastes de notre temps: Luis Buñuel (1964) 

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11:00 am, reblogged from Spiritual Evolution by philly-cheese

artchipel:

Tumblr Artist

Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria | on Tumblr (USA)

Brooklyn based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, also known as Witchoria, composes wild and refreshing images. Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. Witchoria can be found with updated posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and on Tumblr.

[more Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria | artist found at thisisnthappiness]





wnderlst:

Mt. Sneffels, Colorado | Cinematic Photography

wnderlst:

Mt. Sneffels, Colorado | Cinematic Photography

11:23 am, reblogged from old man sea by philly-cheese

It is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.
Edmund Hillary (via jameskryackltd)

11:22 am, reblogged from old man sea by philly-cheese



joegreer:

Coffee shadows & a change of pace. (at Coeur Coffeehouse)

joegreer:

Coffee shadows & a change of pace. (at Coeur Coffeehouse)

(Source: ioegreer)

11:21 am, reblogged from old man sea by philly-cheese



thenewenlightenmentage:

"Where Are They?" —Fermi’s Question Will Soon Be Answered
During a lunch at Los Alamos in 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi asked his colleagues working on the Manhattan Project, “Don’t you ever wonder where everybody is?” Fermi argued that given the large number of stars and planetary systems in the Milky Way and their old age, life should have arose and acquired technology that would be far more advanced than ours. Don’t miss this brilliant talk by astrophysicist Jeff Kuhn. There are exponentially more planets in the Universe than stars. With technology like the upcoming Colossus Telescope, the decades-old Fermi question, will soon cease to be a paradox with the detection of advanced alien civilizations.
Watch Video

thenewenlightenmentage:

"Where Are They?" —Fermi’s Question Will Soon Be Answered

During a lunch at Los Alamos in 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi asked his colleagues working on the Manhattan Project, “Don’t you ever wonder where everybody is?” Fermi argued that given the large number of stars and planetary systems in the Milky Way and their old age, life should have arose and acquired technology that would be far more advanced than ours. Don’t miss this brilliant talk by astrophysicist Jeff Kuhn. There are exponentially more planets in the Universe than stars. With technology like the upcoming Colossus Telescope, the decades-old Fermi question, will soon cease to be a paradox with the detection of advanced alien civilizations.

Watch Video

11:08 am, reblogged from The New Enlightenment Age by philly-cheese



norafleischer:

Winter and Summer.
King Mountain. Alaska

norafleischer:

Winter and Summer.

King Mountain. Alaska

11:00 am, reblogged from ERKL by philly-cheese

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10:59 am, reblogged from bae by philly-cheese