The Lazy Philosopher

There's too much intricacy and detail in such a large universe for me to even begin stating what I believe. I just know the truth today may not be the truth tomorrow, and that one day none of it will have mattered anyway. Hopefully though a few memes and random pictures will amuse you for a short while, i know they amuse me :)

thecoolsumist:

Big Appetites: Fine Art Photographs of Tiny People Living in a World of Giant Food by Christopher Boffoli

Fore more info about the artist and more photos visit his website

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This is someone dying while having an MRI scan. Before you die, your brain releases tons and tons of endorphins that make you feel a range of emotions. Tragically beautiful.

This is someone dying while having an MRI scan. Before you die, your brain releases tons and tons of endorphins that make you feel a range of emotions. Tragically beautiful.

(Source: breadonly, via randomtroll)

o-caen:

daisycraze:

n-ightminds:

bla-ze:

someone tell me what that cat is doing

spider cat, spider cat, does whatever a spider cat does. can he swing from a web? no he can’t coz he’s a cat. look out here comes spider cat.

this just makes me laugh so much 
cats are stupid

no theyre not !!!! 

lol yeh, this cat clearly knows what its doing.

o-caen:

daisycraze:

n-ightminds:

bla-ze:

someone tell me what that cat is doing

spider cat, spider cat, does whatever a spider cat does. can he swing from a web? no he can’t coz he’s a cat. look out here comes spider cat.

this just makes me laugh so much 

cats are stupid

no theyre not !!!! 

lol yeh, this cat clearly knows what its doing.

(Source: lana-michelle, via randomtroll)

ianbrooks:

99 Steps of Progress by Maentis

The fallacy of evolution is that we’ll always see ourselves as the end result, when in reality, humans are just another small skip down a long and winding path. Darwin’s original theory probably didn’t account for flamethrowers though, but I’m glad we beat the monkeys to the punch on that one. Probably why we evolved and they didn’t, if my understanding of the process is correct and it probably is. Maentis’ series explores the various branching paths of evolution, convoluted just a bit by the ever-complicating presence of humanity. Prints available at RedBubble.

Artist: Flickr / Facebook / Website

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