Open mic, but without a mic and sign up sheet. Under a beautiful mural at the Beach, a perfect breeze and a glorious Moon. Souls from all walks of life came together to celebrate the moment, the expression, and the unique energy formed by emotion and creativity. Most importantly, an openness to learn and to grow and explore. There were Djembes, drums, guitars, and violins. There were troubled words, and words of inspiration and joy. There was laughter, and even tears. It was intimate and close. Earlier I had talked to my new friend on the phone and we both …Read the Rest
- Burning Man LA – BeQuinox
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- “Promo” video
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- On being in the presence of a SuperHuman
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- Uncaged: a Multi-Sensory Healing Art experience
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- This young man would make Carl Sagan Proud
- Feel-Good story of the day…
- Art Gallery Serenading Part II
- An Essay on Sexual Freedom
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- Serenading couch-surfers, Absinthe Carnivale
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NASA Image of the DayThe Engine Burns Blue
This image shows a cutting-edge solar-electric propulsion thruster in development at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., that uses xenon ions for propulsion. An earlier version of this solar-electric propulsion engine has been flying on NASA's Dawn mission to the asteroid belt. This engine is being considered as part of the Asteroid Initiative, a proposal to robotically capture a small near-Earth asteroid and redirect it safely to a stable orbit in the Earth-moon system where astronauts can visit and explore it. This image was taken through a porthole in a vacuum chamber at JPL where the ion engine is being tested. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Tallulah at a Glance