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What Do You Dream About?

A NASA engineer by profession, a wannabe designer writer athlete artist musician by wanna being

3D printing with lasers

#capoeira #luanda #houston

Printing a bear for Val

Great job everyone

Great job everyone

Weird is a Compliment

Growing up, I was weird. I still am weird by many measurements. I was called weird by my peers at that age, and considered it a compliment. As a part of a D.A.R.E. exercise in the 5th grade, we passed around a sheet with a classmate’s name on top, and we were to write a nice thing and keep passing. For one of my good friends, I wrote “You are weird. Love, me”.

She did not take kindly to this and told the teacher. I was in trouble and had to see the principal. What was worse was that my false reality was smashed. All those kids calling me weird weren’t being nice like I had thought.

I still consider weird a compliment, because the alternative is predictable or forgettable. In retrospect, unique would have been a more palatable word choice. Regardless, the lesson here is when a kid does something unexpected, there’s probably a reason other than malice, and I was never asked why I thought that was appropriate.

wildcat2030:

Paralyzed woman walks again with 3D-printed robotic exoskeleton
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3D Systems, in collaboration with Ekso Bionics, has created a 3D-printed robotic exoskeleton that has restored the ability to walk in a woman paralyzed from the waist down. The Ekso-Suit was trialled and demonstrated by Amanda Boxtel, who was told by her doctor that she’d never walk again after a skiing accident in 1992. (via Paralyzed woman walks again with 3D-printed robotic exoskeleton)

(via weliveinthefuture)

blu3rsx:

cypulchre:

bike - freccia

My ride when I leave yo’ girl’s house.

blu3rsx:

cypulchre:

bike - freccia

My ride when I leave yo’ girl’s house.

Real - Years & Years

Pop jams with boyish singers have an uphill battle with me typically. Years & Years outweighs my prejudice with this fresh beat, catchy melody and chorus, and great singing that smacks of JT, hallowed be thy name. 

I find this song in my head almost despite myself

Nils Frahm - For

Haunting keys suggest a driving rhythm with a melancholy tone, beautiful tension keeps me hooked.

Killing it twice. Great job folks

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