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  • John Winston Lennon [1940-1980]…

    SkyHarbor, 2014/12/08 

    John should have turned 74 this year… He died 34 years ago today because a paranoid schizophrenic shot him in the back… WE MISS YOU, JOHN.

    Life, the Universe and Nothing…

    SkyHarbor, 2014/12/07 

    Prof Lawrence Krauss holds forth in his entertaining way on what a miserable Universe we live in! ;-)

    I’m following God now

    Max, 2014/12/05 

    (on Twitter)

    Pooting through the day…

    SkyHarbor, 2014/12/04 

    Congrats Larry!

    Max,  

    Origins:The Great Debate-Climate Change

    Krauss named Humanist of the Year

    Arizona State University professor Lawrence Krauss has been named the 2015 Humanist of the Year by the American Humanists Association.

    The Humanist of the Year award was established in 1953 to recognize a person of national or international reputation who, through the application of humanist values, has made a significant contribution to the improvement of the human condition.

    Previous honorees include astronomer Carl Sagan; Nobel laureates Steven Weinberg, Murray Gell-Mann, Andrei Sakharov and Linus Pauling; polio vaccine discoverer Jonas Salk; feminist Gloria Steinem; biologists Edward O. Wilson and Stephen Jay Gould; psychologist B.F. Skinner; designer Buckminster Fuller; birth control activist Margaret Sanger; and author Kurt Vonnegut.

    Willie Shakes yo!

    Max, 2014/12/03 

    Big armies

    Max, 2014/11/28 

    Here’s one for Byronius:

    armies

    (click to bigify)

    The Korean peninsula is a scary place these days.

    Something to be thankful for

    Max, 2014/11/27 

    Definitely do this full screen. Found it on a great site called Infinity Imagined.

    Omar Khayyám

    Max,  

    Persian mystic (1048 – 1131)

    They say lovers and drunkards go to hell,
    A controversial dictum not easy to accept:
    If the lover and drunkard are for hell,
    Tomorrow Paradise will be empty.

    What of your entering and leaving the world?
    A fly appeared, and disappeared.
    Many like you come and many go,
    Snatch your share before you are snatched away.

    Drink wine, you will lie long enough under the ground,
    Without companion, friend or comrade.
    Take care you tell no one this hidden secret,
    ‘No lily that withers will bloom again’.

    Drink wine, this is life eternal,
    This, all that youth will give you:
    It is the season for wine, roses and friends drinking together.
    Be happy for this moment – it is all life is.

    Though you may have lain with a mistress all your life,
    Tasted the sweets of the world all your life;
    Still the end of the affair will be your departure –
    It was a dream that you dreamed all your life.

    My rule of life is to drink and be merry,
    To be free from belief and unbelief is my religion:
    I asked the Bride of Destiny her bride-price,
    “Your joyous heart” she said.

    I need a jug of wine and a book of poetry,
    Half a loaf for a bite to eat,
    Then you and I, seated in a deserted spot,
    Will have more wealth than a Sultan’s realm.

    Rise up my love and solve our problem by your beauty,
    Bring a jug of wine to clear our heart
    So that we may drink together
    Before wine-jugs are made of our clay.

    The year’s caravan goes by swiftly,
    Seize the cheerful moment:
    Why sorrow, child, over tomorrow’s grief for friends?
    Bring out the cup – the night passes.

    If we don’t clap hands together as one,
    We cannot tread down sorrow with our feet in joy:
    Let us go and be happy before the breath of dawn –
    Many a day will break when we breathe no more.

    When the drunken nightingale found his way into the garden
    He discovered the face of the rose and the wine-cup laughing;
    He came to whisper in my ear excitedly,
    “Seek out these, life once gone cannot be sought again”.

    Party on.

    Jupiter Max

    Max, 2014/11/26 

    Product of a recent (and ongoing) nostalgia binge for some relatively obscure 90s band I kind of like. I got to thinking of what it might sound like if I put together a collection of the tunes that I think I remember initiating – for the most part – with my bass lines. Turned out to be a nice little subset of the canon I think. I’m blown away by how much creative energy went into the blossoming of full songs from such humble beginnings. Enormous credit has to go to Mr. Callisto for selecting the riffs from my morning drum machine jams and adding his incredibly evocative lyrics and melodies, and of course to the rest of the Sheep for painting the textures that make them all great songs.

    Lyrics for all songs and much more to be found at JupiterSheep.com.

    Not sure who photographed Max above, but Sky gets credit for the psychedelic treatment.

    Note: the “Planet and Sky” prepended to each track is because that’s my Soundcloud name. Kind of annoying.

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