Holographic ResonanceAll things will be in everything;Holographic Resonance2 months ago in Personal More Like This
nor is it possible for them to be apart,
but all things have a portion of everything.
— Anaxagoras c. 500 bce
When a holographic plate is cut several times, each fragment contains the entire image. In other words, the whole can be found in every part and the notion of separation becomes impossible. Even the idea of separation is contained in the all.
To make a hologram, a laser light is split into two beams. The first beam bounces off the object and is reflected onto the holographic plate, or recording medium. A second projected beam creates an interference pattern that contains the information of the object spread throughout
I Need You To Pretend That We Are In Love Again...I've had a difficult time lately pushing you out of mind.I Need You To Pretend That We Are In Love Again...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
With all of this conversation about bodies in the togetherness sense I ache,
knowing you were the exception to this gut wrenching, this mind bending anxiety...
I know you'll never read this,
but I miss you.
I love you.
As much as it hurts to hear it.
Daily Literature Deviations for March 19th, 2012Daily Literature Deviations for March 19th, 20122 years ago in Art Features More Like This
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Feminine FeatureFeminine Feature4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Dark and Bright by paulisaWoman - Scream Of Nature by Prudrunterion
Wandering Princess by januarain
A peculiar self by avalon1anThe grass blades won't cut you by avalon1an
D439 by miobi
The Field by naked-in-the-rainFloral Rain by mukuotukai
Untitled by Lover-and-the-Wild
misty forest by dominikovaKatara by fogkeedge of nothing by vampire-zombie
Eyes Like Seaglass by Queen-Kitty
Fog by DominiqueWessonI had a secret to keep by StephanieSchneider
introspection by emptytredhead
i will never forget this conversationtoday at work...as im a psychologist...i had to treat a girl that has 8 years ...her parents just died but she asked me something (naw i had to answer cause is my job)i will never forget this conversation2 years ago in Personal More Like This
she: are you sick?
me : why you ask?
she: you look sick
me: i am sick.
she: you take medicine?
me: there is no medicine for what i have
she: why is that?
*she was still happy with a huge smile on her face,it made me angry in a way..but then i remembered that my father was getting angry when i was happy*
me: hench...there is no cure,except slow death
she: of what are you sick?
me: ......hmmm lets talk about you ok?
she: no. i wanna know
me: *damn i forgot how curious lil kids are* i have....a thing....that doesnt let me be happy
she: maybe you should eat more sweets
me: hahahaha *i actually start to laugh,i was all like "i dont even have money to pay the bills"* you know...too many sweets...are bad for us
she: i know...
me: ok so
she: whats your favorite candy?
me: mmmm...well...it might be M&M and Skittles.
Publishing Opportunity no.3Hello ladies and gentlemen (and other), time for this week's opportunity feature – it's quite a fun one, and we've got a cute little bonus for you at the end.Publishing Opportunity no.32 years ago in Personal More Like This
The Used Furniture Review are now accepting submissions, and are also in the process of looking for some new columnists. Now bear with me here, I know it sounds like I'm sending you to write for a niche magazine about futons, but they're an online only literature magazine that features a plethora of writing, including Kate Eisenberg's Famous Battle Cries column.
The webzine can be found here, with a handy top bar for navigation so you can see what kind of thing they have available to you.
There is no deadline for submission or columnist applications, all they're looking for is, well, everything. From the columnist side of things, they're looking for:
Flash of Lightning, Resonant Thunder:icontechgnotic:Flash of Lightning, Resonant Thunder3 years ago in Personal More Like This
The Serenely Powerful Art of `yuumei
In the top half of an hourglass, a polar bear and her cub perch perilously atop a wedge of melting ice, its dripping water becoming the "sand" that is inexorably drowning an urban couch potato figure in the hourglass's bottom chamber. The beautiful yet arresting digital painting is "Countdown" by yuumei and it is currently one of the most popular pieces on deviantART. It is "archetypal yuumei" in its perfectly balanced blending of a striking lyrically beautiful visual with an underlying urgent social or political message.
Her specialty is digital art in an anime style, but she often employs traditional watercolors and other elements. Her cause is saving and preserving what's left of the Earth's wildlife and its environment; she donates large portions of profits from her artworks to a host of wildlife and environmental organizations and urges all deviants and others to do the same. But what has really been her stand-out achievem