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Dragon’s Blood tree 3

Dragon’s Blood tree 3

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No it's not Socotra but 'just' Tenerife! This old dragon tree is one of the unique highlights from the island called dragon milenario (drakenbloedboom) #tenerife #icod #dragonmilenario #shareyourtravelphoto #dragontree #socotra by travelbysan

No it's not Socotra but 'just' Tenerife! This old dragon tree is one of the unique highlights from the island called dragon milenario (drakenbloedboom) by travelbysan

William Onyeabor - World Psychedelic Classics 5: Who Is William Vinyl 3LP (Awaiting Repress)

William Onyeabor - World Psychedelic Classics Who Is William Onyeabor - LP

Iconic Van Gogh ~ 'Starry Night' (1889) depicts the view outside Van gogh's sanitorium room window at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, at night. Made even more famous by singer, Don McLean's 1971 song, 'Vincent' (Starry, Starry Night). I've seen the original ~ these stars throb with energy!

Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. This painting depicts the view outside Van gogh's sanitorium room window at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, at night. Made even more famous by singer, Don McLean's 1971 song, 'Vincent' (Starry, Starry Night).

Iconic Van Gogh ~ 'Starry Night' (1889) depicts the view outside Van gogh's sanitorium room window at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, at night. Made even more famous by singer, Don McLean's 1971 song, 'Vincent' (Starry, Starry Night). I've seen the original ~ these stars throb with energy!

Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. This painting depicts the view outside Van gogh's sanitorium room window at Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, at night. Made even more famous by singer, Don McLean's 1971 song, 'Vincent' (Starry, Starry Night).

A comical refutation of the famous/infamous Chinese Room Experiment. John Searle: we're sorry.

A comical refutation of the famous/infamous Chinese Room Experiment. John Searle: we're sorry.