Infinity Imagined
Multicellular Organic
Neural Network
Lives in Nitrogen-Oxygen Atmosphere
270 K - 300 K
Eats, Breathes, Thinks, Creates

Io over Jupiter. 

Mount Rainier. Linda Geng.

The universe is experiencing itself through variety
The sense of “I ” which should have been identified with the whole universe of your experience, was instead cut off and isolated as a detached observer of that universe. …this unity of organism and environment is a physical fact. But when you know for sure that your separate ego is a fiction, you actually feel yourself as the whole process and pattern of life.Experience and experiencer become one experiencing,known and knower one knowing. Each organism experiences this from a different standpoint and in a different way: for each organism is the universe experiencing itself in endless variety.
~Alan Watts

Is first life-friendly exoplanet an ‘eyeball’?
IN DECEMBER, a pair calling themselves “The Benevolent Fisted Rulers” offered up 4-hectare plots of Gliese 581 g, the most habitable exoplanet yet discovered, for sale on eBay.
Setting aside the ethics of exoplanetary land grabs, the move seems a touch premature. The alien world is 20 light years away and its very existence is not confirmed. Still, if the planet does exist, it is possible that it has some good exo-real estate.
Raymond Pierrehumbert at the University of Chicago examined the range of climates that Gliese 581 g might have and found one that would have a pool of water on one side, making it look like an eyeball. Even if further observations disprove the existence of Gliese 581 g, the work could help determine the habitability of exo-Earths still to be discovered.
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Mount Rainier. Linda Geng.
I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite plants.
Trichomes on the leaf of a marijuana plant.
Cross section of the stem of a mature marijuana plant.
Cross section of the stem of a mature marijuana plant.
Cross section of the stem of a baby marijuana plant.
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