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Antarctic Mythology
An universal motif among Antarctic peoples is the dualistic perception of the cosmos. The universe is divided into two oceans, the "dark" ocean where ships sail and the "light" ocean where the sun swims. The sky, it is reasoned, is another sea that mirrors the physical ocean, clouds analogous to icebergs and stars and constellations to the people and animals of the earth. Gods inhabit both realms, and continuously move between the two oceans; seabirds, with their ability to swim in both seas, illustrate this process and are typically revered as messengers of the gods. How both oceans came to part varies from culture to culture, and this ambig
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Passion at the Mountains
A lizard cowers in fear. It tooks to the sun for help, but the sun sinks deeper into the range, orange and black contrasting against each other. It has abandoned the faithful. The lizard despairs, and fear leads to anger. It imagines, for a moment, what it would be like to kill its enemies, to make them feel its fear and pain. To see their bodies broken, their features distorted, their limbs rearranged, their tendons fine strings for an eldritch instrument only a twisted mind could comprehend. Such is the lizard's imagination, it loses itself in the carnage, and it feels its blood boil and singe with power. The mountain, whose blood als
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My fire is out of control The flames fan out and roll And I have no vision. The sky is cold But I sweat down in friction. I the light of a candle A candle spinning out of control Until the lid quenches me And yet I still live. And yet I still live, in pain.
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Antarctic Mythology
An universal motif among Antarctic peoples is the dualistic perception of the cosmos. The universe is divided into two oceans, the "dark" ocean where ships sail and the "light" ocean where the sun swims. The sky, it is reasoned, is another sea that mirrors the physical ocean, clouds analogous to icebergs and stars and constellations to the people and animals of the earth. Gods inhabit both realms, and continuously move between the two oceans; seabirds, with their ability to swim in both seas, illustrate this process and are typically revered as messengers of the gods. How both oceans came to part varies from culture to culture, and this ambig
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Passion at the Mountains
A lizard cowers in fear. It tooks to the sun for help, but the sun sinks deeper into the range, orange and black contrasting against each other. It has abandoned the faithful. The lizard despairs, and fear leads to anger. It imagines, for a moment, what it would be like to kill its enemies, to make them feel its fear and pain. To see their bodies broken, their features distorted, their limbs rearranged, their tendons fine strings for an eldritch instrument only a twisted mind could comprehend. Such is the lizard's imagination, it loses itself in the carnage, and it feels its blood boil and singe with power. The mountain, whose blood als
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So on 101 Dalmatian Street we see that Pogo and Perdita look like their classical selves unlike their modern beanmouth descendents. Are they implying that the dalmatian family degenerated with incest and mutation like most purebreeds?
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Read Mark Witton's blog post on teratorns and the idea that Argentavis was a squawking giant carnivorous turkey rather than a big condor is very appealing to me.
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https://ichthyoconodon.wordpress.com/2019/09/11/on-sea-turtles/
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LouisetheanimatorStudent Filmographer
Thanks for the watch! you have Pinterest, Instagram or Facebook?
because I upload animations & timelapses to those sites & wondered
if you'd like to see them? I know you have Twitter & YouTube.
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InmyarmsinmyarmsStudent Writer
Just did.
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LouisetheanimatorStudent Filmographer
Thank you.
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Thanks for the watch!
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paleopeterHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for watching! :) (Smile) :happybounce: