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  • kumararishtanemi 6w

    Sleep time
    Join me in discord
    My name is Arishtanemi
    #2396

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    Three word imbibe

    Imbibe the light
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  • kumararishtanemi 10w

    The primary rocks, . . . I regard as the deposits of a period in which the earth's crust had sufficiently cooled down to permit the existence of a sea, with the necessary denuding agencies, - waves and currents, - and, in consequence, of deposition also; but in which the internal heat acted so near the surface, that whatever was deposited came, as a matter of course, to be metamorphosed into semi-plutonic forms, that retained only the stratification. I dare not speak of the period. We may imagine, however, a dark atmosphere of steam and vapour, which for age after conceals the face of the sun, and through which the light of moon or star never penetrates; oceans of thermal water heater in a thousand centres to the billing point; low, half-molten Islands, dim through the fog, and scarce more fixed than the waves themselves, that heave and tremble under the impulsions of the igneous agencies; roaring geysers, that ever and anon throw up their intermittent jets of boiling fluid, vapour, and thick steam, from these tremulous lands; and, in the dim outskirts of the scene, the red gleam of fire, shot forth from yawning cracks and deep chasms,and that bears aloft fragments of ashes. But should we continue to linger amid a scene so featureless(कुरूप) and wild, or venture adown some yawning opening into the abyss beneath, where all is fiery and yet dark, - a solitary hell, without suffering or sin, - we would do well to commit ourselves to the guidance of a living poet of the true faculty, - Thomas Aird and see with his eyes.
    Sketch Book of Popular Geology(1859),238-9.

    Hugh Miller
    1802-56
    British theologian and geologist

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    Rock and Isolated underground

    ... But should we continue to linger amid a scene so featureless and wild, or venture adown some yawning opening into the abyss beneath, where all is fiery and yet dark, - a solitary hell, without suffering or sin, - we would do well to commit ourselves to the guidance of a living poet of the true faculty, - Thomas Aird and see with his eyes.

  • kumararishtanemi 12w

    Logic

    Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical idea.
    Albert Einstein

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    Cyril Northcote Parkinson
    1909-93

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    Parkinson's First Law

    Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.

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    Francis Crick
    The Astonishing Hypothesis : The scientific search for the soul(1995)

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    Scientific quote

    There is no prose more difficult to understood and more tedious to read than the average scientific paper.

  • kumararishtanemi 12w

    Sayed by Hippocrates

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    Regimen, in Hippocrates

    Even when all is known, the care of a man is not yet complete, because eating a man will not keep a man well ; he must take exercise. For food and exercise, while possessing opposite qualities , yet work together to produce health.
    -translation by W.H.S.Jones

  • kumararishtanemi 12w

    Science

    The physics of undergraduate text-books is 90% true.
    By John M. Ziman

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    From Gita

    A transcendentalist should always engage his body , mind and self in relationship with the Supreme ; he should live alone in a secluded place and should always carefully control his mind. He should be free from desires and feelings of possessiveness.

  • kumararishtanemi 13w

    Myself

    I was a born poet but , I have one good monster.
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  • kumararishtanemi 13w

    By Aristotle

    Everything that depends on the action of nature is by nature as good as it can be.
    - by Aristotle