Herons Bonsai

, on March 22, 2021

Informative bonsai videos.


Post 333

, , , on December 22, 2012

clover-and-lupine
Frost flowers
The lawn; or on becoming a killer
Chlorosis
Virescence
Witch’s broom
Vincent van Gogh – Flowers
Key & Peele
Alfred Stieglitz
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Internet things from 2012
Milk products
More flowers
Sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia


Woodcuts

, , on July 26, 2012


Woodcuts by by Bryan Nash Gill. Also available in book form.


Crop Circles in the Desert

, , , on May 12, 2012


The 21 year progression of agricultural expansion in the Wadi As-Sirhan Basin, Saudi Arabia.
Looks almost like a disease.


Why do we eat chili?

, , , , on September 15, 2010

I have an ongoing argument with my family about whether or not spiciness is actually a flavor/spice. I don’t think it is.

Perhaps we seek out the painful experience of snacking on chillies while consciously maintaining awareness that there is no real danger to ourselves … it is this cognitive mismatch itself that provides the thrill: … the burn of capsaicin only seems to be threatening.

This is my opinion of why people like spiciness, and I think it has some roundabout evolutionary answer as well.
The Guardian World News
via Why do we eat chilli?.


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