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zero theorem, mirrormask, the fountain, waking life, a scanner darkly, the dictator, mulholland drive, adaptation, down by law, blade runner, go, idiocracy, zoolander, human nature, coffee & cigarettes, alice in wonderland, eXistenZ, the matrix, apocalypto, kick-ass, mars attacks, johnny mnemonic, forbidden planet.

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st. vincent, bjork, beck, bat for lashes, gorillaz, massive attack, radiohead, fever ray, the hives, gnarls barkley, meat beat manifesto, lamb, the roots, kool keith, a tribe called quest, talking heads, prince, laurie anderson, todd rundgren, steely dan, james brown, the doors, pink floyd, jimi hendrix, mothers of invention. composers: bach, mozart, mahler, debussy, stravinsky, messiaen, rautavaara, reich, zappa.

anything by philip k dick, william gibson, neal stephenson, haruki murakami, jonathan carroll, steve erickson, neil gaiman, jonathan lethem, umberto eco, charles simic, james tate, bill knott, russell edson, c.s lewis, lewis carroll. "my secret garden" by nancy friday, "the science of orgasm" by barry r. komisaruk, "the wild parrots of telegraph hill" by mark bittner, "why birds sing" by david rothenberg, "the singing life of birds" by donald kroodsma, "the songs of insects" by elliott & hershberger, "the artful universe expanded" by john d. barrow, "the elegant universe" by brian greene, "warped passages" by lisa randall, "the metaphysics of virtual reality" by michael heim, psalms, isaiah, the gospels.

heirloom gardening is a passion. i grow a variety of passionflowers, mimosas & buntnessel (coleus) indoors & we grow some cool food including black tomatoes, yellow strawberries, sweet italian peppers, a variety of onions & potatoes & other fun stuff. lately i am into a variety of chile peppers. i always like dancing, clubs & concerts, cooking, wine, reading, writing, listening to music, & online networking.

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born in california, lived in los angeles most of my life, moved to germany in 2012. music artist with three solo albums, two of which ("spiral city sky" & the newest, "magenta tangerine") are available in several formats @ zedmizar.bandcamp.com. below is my official website, check it for my music, writing & graphix design. go directly there to read the latest news & hear the latest music, they no longer update previews for these flash sites.

zed mizar - cyberwack ultrafunk from hyperspace

i like to play music.
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well, this mediocrity clampdown imposed by the pseudo-humanoids is really cramping my style. thanks a lot to you bleepnids in the bozo roach patrol for selling us out to these reptilians.

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02/23/2015 13:23:19

Much Love.. Synphasic!

02/22/2015 23:20:03
Put some funk in your week ok? OK!
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02/22/2015 00:54:34

~I know the Sun still shines...
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..even when it is behind the Clouds~
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~Goodnight my beloved friend~
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02/22/2015 00:53:57

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  - I Wish You a Nice Weekend...


  ❥ Hello, I have problems with noise near my house. little sleep, exhausted ...

  I'm thinking about the summer time. away from this cold ...


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Snow-Covered Northeastern United States

Yet another potent winter storm battered the northeastern United States on Feb. 14-15, 2015. The nor'easter brought 12 to 20 inches (30 to 50 centimeters) of snow across much of eastern New England, along with tropical storm force winds over 60 miles (100 kilometers) per hour. The latest snowfall pushed Boston to its highest monthly total on record—58 inches and counting—and its third highest yearly snow total.

This image shows the snow-covered northeastern states as observed on Feb. 16, 2015, by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite. Cloud streets over the Atlantic Ocean in both images hint at the potent winds blowing across the East Coast from the Canadian interior. Following the blizzard, temperatures dropped as low as -30 degrees Fahrenheit (-34° Celsius) in parts of New England.

What the images do not show is snow depth. With the latest storm, nearly 8 feet (2.4 meters) of snow has fallen on the city of Boston in just three weeks. With temperatures persistently below freezing, very little snow has melted. According to National Climatic Data Center statistics the snow depth just south of Boston was roughly 42 inches (107 centimeters). Totals were above 30 inches (76 centimeters) in many locations in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts.

As of Feb. 17, the snow depth near Boston was greater than in all but two reported locations in Alaska. It was significantly higher than the notoriously snowy states of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. Only Buffalo, New York, had a higher snow pack.

On Feb. 16-17, more snow and ice fell across the eastern United States from northern Mississippi all the way to Maine.

Image Credit: NASA/Jeff Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS Rapid Response, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Caption: Mike Carlowicz

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Hubble Sees A Smiling Lens

In the center of this image, taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, is the galaxy cluster SDSS J1038+4849 — and it seems to be smiling.

You can make out its two orange eyes and white button nose. In the case of this “happy face”, the two eyes are very bright galaxies and the misleading smile lines are actually arcs caused by an effect known as strong gravitational lensing.

Galaxy clusters are the most massive structures in the Universe and exert such a powerful gravitational pull that they warp the spacetime around them and act as cosmic lenses which can magnify, distort and bend the light behind them. This phenomenon, crucial to many of Hubble’s discoveries, can be explained by Einstein’s theory of general relativity.

In this special case of gravitational lensing, a ring — known as an Einstein Ring — is produced from this bending of light, a consequence of the exact and symmetrical alignment of the source, lens and observer and resulting in the ring-like structure we see here.

Hubble has provided astronomers with the tools to probe these massive galaxies and model their lensing effects, allowing us to peer further into the early Universe than ever before. This object was studied by Hubble’s Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) and Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) as part of a survey of strong lenses.

A version of this image was entered into the Hubble’s Hidden Treasures image processing competition by contestant Judy Schmidt.

Image Credit: NASA/ESA Caption: ESA

02/17/2015 18:16:43

CelebritySauce ALERT!

..No Talent, Delusional, Narcissistic Freak..

[That's Some SERIOUS Ugly, Y'all]

CelebritySauce.. In-da-House!!


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