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Gaussian Mixture
A mix of reblogs, music, and photo uploads since November 2009.
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treat-your-ears:

"Chill" by Joshua Redman Quartet

Joshua Redman (tenor saxophone); Brad Mehldau (piano); Christian McBride (double-bass); Brian Blade (drums)

A great straight-ahead jazz performance. This definitely gives a chill for the listener.

kedidirokedi:

  • Ketil Bjørnstad & Svante Henryson - Serene 

objectivelycritical:

In a very unusual way one time I needed you
In a very unusual way you were my friend
Maybe it lasted a day, maybe it lasted an hour
But somehow it will never end

curiosamathematica:

A snub cube tessellated with bunnies.

curiosamathematica:

A snub cube tessellated with bunnies.

artpropelled:

Dan Namingha

artpropelled:

Dan Namingha

weyo1989:

Alecia Moore (P!nk) + Dallas Green (City and Colour) = You+Me. Rose Ave will be  available 10/14. Pre-Order NOW.

braincraft:

explore-blog:

Researchers develop the formula for happiness. No, really. For the algebraically reluctant, it boils down to this:

Happiness “doesn’t depend on how things are going [but] on whether things are going better or worse than you had expected they would.”

Albert Camus put it even more elegantly half a century ago, and Kierkegaard touched on it in his meditation on the greatest source of our unhappiness.
Dive deeper with these 7 essential reads on the psychology of happiness.

Can there really be a mathematical formula for happiness?

braincraft:

explore-blog:

Researchers develop the formula for happiness. No, really. For the algebraically reluctant, it boils down to this:

Happiness “doesn’t depend on how things are going [but] on whether things are going better or worse than you had expected they would.”

Albert Camus put it even more elegantly half a century ago, and Kierkegaard touched on it in his meditation on the greatest source of our unhappiness.

Dive deeper with these 7 essential reads on the psychology of happiness.

Can there really be a mathematical formula for happiness?

normaltd:

sweetshanghai:

Baden Powell, Mauricio Einhorn ..Apelo

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