I'm Lu, nocturnal daydreamer, reckless scientist, pursuer of knowledge and euphoria.

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"A still more glorious dawn awaits."

September 16th
5:19 PM
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4:04 PM

i’m going to cry

September 15th
9:29 PM
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joshpeck:

cursedmistakes:

carpe-hana:

#this is it this is american television

that all happened in under 2 minutes

this is honestly a spiritual experience

the best things in life, and one of those things is the office

September 12th
11:44 AM
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bruh

bruh

September 9th
2:59 PM
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ba-lm:

I want to be there, feel the city breeze, and be intoxicated by my senses .

ba-lm:

I want to be there, feel the city breeze, and be intoxicated by my senses .

2:56 PM

best thing

#chicago

#chicago

1:26 AM
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September 8th
9:52 PM
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September 2nd
11:56 AM
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drkomodo:

The Avengers of Science

Gotta stay focusedddd

drkomodo:

The Avengers of Science

Gotta stay focusedddd

August 29th
11:46 AM
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ourwildways:

sense for the senseless. 

heavy: eyes, skies, soul. 

i hate the sun. i hate the day, the dawn, the hour that keeps pressing on. 

nothing, my whole life. 

August 28th
1:18 AM

NIKE TECH PANTS THO

August 22nd
5:41 PM
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Dark was the Night // Blind Willie Johnson

I came across this song on Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey, where Neil deGrasse Tyson first introduce The Golden Record—which is a symbolic message-in-a-bottle sent out into interstellar space on Voyager I intended for any extraterrestrial life forms who may find it. The Golden Record contains various sounds and images that were selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth.

This is my very first time hearing this full song, and nothing—so far, nothing, no sorts of music that I’ve ever heard of— had ever touched me in this way. I’m sitting here right now chest swelling and almost in tears. This is probably the most beautiful song that I’ve ever heard.

And to think that it’s on its way into the universe with the possibility that someone else maybe somewhere out there may find it— that was the most comforting thought. Because it felt like such a profound representation of mankind. Because it felt really human.