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Secret Lab
September 24, 2008
What happens in this secret lab?

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My name is Peter Vidani, and you can email me for any reason at mail@petervidani.com. If you want to follow this tumblr, I’ll post any updates here.

Coca Cola (Arabic)

Coca Cola (Arabic)

Zagar and Evans - In the Year 2525 (1969)

science:

Humans have three kinds of color receptors in our eyes. If only two kinds are working properly, the result is color blindness. Some animals — reptiles and birds among them — are speculated to have four: they’re tetrachromats, and can detect color in the ultraviolet range, with wavelengths too short for humans to see. But some humans may also be tetrachromats.

Due to genetics, some women may be born with two kinds of red receptors, making them tetrachromat. They won’t see wavelengths we don’t, but if the brain can accomodate the fourth stream of data from the eye, they may be able to distinguish colors within the spectrum we do see far better than any of us. To a true tetrachromat, we may all be as the colorblind are to trichromats.

The receipt of a single message from space would show that it is possible to live through a technological adolescence; the transmitting civilization, after all, has survived.
Carl Sagan

Down the slope! (via Vimeo)

September 14, 2008
Dandy Man Goat
Sean:
when are you heading out?
Me:
tomorrow morning
Sean:
chulo hombre cabra
Me:
yahoo translated that to "dandy man goat"
August 30, 2008
petervidani:

Here was the final route.  3,129 miles completed in about 5½ days, averaging about 10½ hours a day and loving every second of it.  I wasn’t bored once and I could have done it with my phone turned off.  I have no idea where I’ll be next summer but I’ll be sure to take the long way there.

petervidani:

Here was the final route. 3,129 miles completed in about 5½ days, averaging about 10½ hours a day and loving every second of it. I wasn’t bored once and I could have done it with my phone turned off. I have no idea where I’ll be next summer but I’ll be sure to take the long way there.