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  • Fw it

  • HellaRichard
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B-LCc8dlrHM/?igshid=1mj7ig6it7dm3

    Fw it

    Me like it

  • 1ucifer

    Me like it

    F4f?

  • More of this please.

  • Emu

    More of this please.

    You like it? I have so much time rn I'll try making some more. Took a lot of footage just on my phone this summer.

    I really don't know much about editing tho so it's just wip

  • HellaRichard

    You like it? I have so much time rn I'll try making some more. Took a lot of footage just on my phone this summer.

    I really don't know much about editing tho so it's just wip

    You think about a lot of things but most of your posts on KTT revolve around others. It's a rare window inside of your mind, yes. More 🤗

  • Emu

    You think about a lot of things but most of your posts on KTT revolve around others. It's a rare window inside of your mind, yes. More 🤗

    That's insightful damn. Not as good as my others idk tho. Fun to make

  • HellaRichard

    That's insightful damn. Not as good as my others idk tho. Fun to make

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B-NbkIQFsFS/?igshid=ceh5n218h1bs

    You enjoying making them is more important than what others think. Keep it up. I'll check here and there if you update this thread.

  • Emu

    You enjoying making them is more important than what others think. Keep it up. I'll check here and there if you update this thread.

    Thank you

    Hard to separate/delineate what part of it is fun because I like the end product in and if itself and what part of it is fun because I have some deep down intention to display that end project.

    Wrestle with this idea with alot of things... how much of what we do is for us for others vs solely for us

    I feel like those sorts of ideas are on your radar, or would I be wrong to assume?

  • HellaRichard

    Thank you

    Hard to separate/delineate what part of it is fun because I like the end product in and if itself and what part of it is fun because I have some deep down intention to display that end project.

    Wrestle with this idea with alot of things... how much of what we do is for us for others vs solely for us

    I feel like those sorts of ideas are on your radar, or would I be wrong to assume?

    I see what you mean. Well if it makes you feel better doing something having their reaction in mind, that works too.

    Me? I'm not an artist. A scientist. I like to observe 😇 Or do you mean what I'm expecting from you? Well in that case, just what's on your mind. Maybe express that wrestling of ideas, that's art too.

  • Emu

    I see what you mean. Well if it makes you feel better doing something having their reaction in mind, that works too.

    Me? I'm not an artist. A scientist. I like to observe 😇 Or do you mean what I'm expecting from you? Well in that case, just what's on your mind. Maybe express that wrestling of ideas, that's art too.

    You're a scientist too? By formal training or just by what you said (observation)? No judgement just wondering if the former what field? I'm still trying to finish my degree in ecology/environmental science after some turbulence but hoping to finish by 2021.
    I like that idea of expressing the disparity in motives/intentions through art. That's a really neat dialogue/concept tbh, I appreciate you putting that into my mind

  • HellaRichard

    You're a scientist too? By formal training or just by what you said (observation)? No judgement just wondering if the former what field? I'm still trying to finish my degree in ecology/environmental science after some turbulence but hoping to finish by 2021.
    I like that idea of expressing the disparity in motives/intentions through art. That's a really neat dialogue/concept tbh, I appreciate you putting that into my mind

    lmao formal training unfortunately. Biology. Graduated classified years ago. Might go back to school. Who am I kidding, I have to go back. But I've tried many things that I can't even bother listing. lol Ecology/ Environmental Science is amazing. Looking at how all the systems in nature connect. If I could I would just be a theoretical ecologist for the rest of my life but I would have to move big time. -__- Anyway...

    You got this I know you'll finish with flying colors and alladat and not slack and party like I did. But yeah, expressing the middle thing, the ambivalence, that not everything is black/white is what I like I guess. Maybe try it too. I feel like when I have a burst of ideas and share them, it all looks not that great in the moment but when I look back it makes sense I dunno.

  • Emu

    lmao formal training unfortunately. Biology. Graduated classified years ago. Might go back to school. Who am I kidding, I have to go back. But I've tried many things that I can't even bother listing. lol Ecology/ Environmental Science is amazing. Looking at how all the systems in nature connect. If I could I would just be a theoretical ecologist for the rest of my life but I would have to move big time. -__- Anyway...

    You got this I know you'll finish with flying colors and alladat and not slack and party like I did. But yeah, expressing the middle thing, the ambivalence, that not everything is black/white is what I like I guess. Maybe try it too. I feel like when I have a burst of ideas and share them, it all looks not that great in the moment but when I look back it makes sense I dunno.

    That's so cool tho! Theoretical ecology is really what got me sprung on ecology and environmental sciences and seeded my passions. Specifically food web ecology but yeah it's so cool, the interconnectedness of everything and the non-linear aspects and counterintuitive results we see in nature. The micros within the macros. I could go on and on.

    I worked under Kevin McCann at the UofGuelph who actually worked under one the most important theoretical ecologists Peter yodzis!

    Crazy how things connect like you said, and for what it's worth, these are some of the most humble people I've ever worked with. Are you a Canuck too or..?

    Also really appreciate all the support! It means alot! ♥️♥️♥️

  • HellaRichard

    That's so cool tho! Theoretical ecology is really what got me sprung on ecology and environmental sciences and seeded my passions. Specifically food web ecology but yeah it's so cool, the interconnectedness of everything and the non-linear aspects and counterintuitive results we see in nature. The micros within the macros. I could go on and on.

    I worked under Kevin McCann at the UofGuelph who actually worked under one the most important theoretical ecologists Peter yodzis!

    Crazy how things connect like you said, and for what it's worth, these are some of the most humble people I've ever worked with. Are you a Canuck too or..?

    Also really appreciate all the support! It means alot! ♥️♥️♥️

    Real! I like to see patterns in everything, you know how the theory of evolution can pretty much be applied to anything as long as it meets the criteria so I know where you're coming from exactly.

    Not a Canadian though, I live in California. It's all biotech this, biotech that here... ugh. We need more people like us here. I noticed KTT has no grasp of the fact that scientists love art too.

    We see art in nature. 😊

  • Emu

    Real! I like to see patterns in everything, you know how the theory of evolution can pretty much be applied to anything as long as it meets the criteria so I know where you're coming from exactly.

    Not a Canadian though, I live in California. It's all biotech this, biotech that here... ugh. We need more people like us here. I noticed KTT has no grasp of the fact that scientists love art too.

    We see art in nature. 😊

    Yes yes yes! It really can (the theory) be applied to so much, and it I think is intimadting to some who have less of a grasp on it but I see that for sure!

    There's gotta be some Cali Evo/eco faculty you could get in touch with if it was ever anything you wanted to get back involved with! That being said sometimes distance is necessary.

    And yes the irony really is strong, without art I don't think we would have the scienctific knowledge we have now, at least from an inspiration perspective.

    I have to ask..what are some of your favorite authors?? Imma add anything you say to my ever growing list of material. Really cool to connect with you emu/(flower?) after so many in passing interactions. Feels nice 🤗

    Side note: I'm sure there's ecologists/Evo biologists you could connect with If you ever felt the desire to! But everyones path is they own

  • HellaRichard

    Yes yes yes! It really can (the theory) be applied to so much, and it I think is intimadting to some who have less of a grasp on it but I see that for sure!

    There's gotta be some Cali Evo/eco faculty you could get in touch with if it was ever anything you wanted to get back involved with! That being said sometimes distance is necessary.

    And yes the irony really is strong, without art I don't think we would have the scienctific knowledge we have now, at least from an inspiration perspective.

    I have to ask..what are some of your favorite authors?? Imma add anything you say to my ever growing list of material. Really cool to connect with you emu/(flower?) after so many in passing interactions. Feels nice 🤗

    Side note: I'm sure there's ecologists/Evo biologists you could connect with If you ever felt the desire to! But everyones path is they own

    Yes to all of this. I will I will. I just I dunno, too busy, not in the mood to and I'm okay with being where I'm needed rather than where I want to be atm. The feeling of being needed and having a purpose can be a motivation beyond what I want for myself. Everyone's path is their own which is why you should keep posting here!!!

    I can't think of many authors off the top of my head, all time favs must be Carl Safina, Charles Darwin, Dawkins, Stephen Jay Gould, some philosophers, sociologists and political people. Fictional? lol anything in the fantasy and sci fi genre.

  • Emu

    Yes to all of this. I will I will. I just I dunno, too busy, not in the mood to and I'm okay with being where I'm needed rather than where I want to be atm. The feeling of being needed and having a purpose can be a motivation beyond what I want for myself. Everyone's path is their own which is why you should keep posting here!!!

    I can't think of many authors off the top of my head, all time favs must be Carl Safina, Charles Darwin, Dawkins, Stephen Jay Gould, some philosophers, sociologists and political people. Fictional? lol anything in the fantasy and sci fi genre.

    Really f*** with this message. Gonna add those authors to my ever growing list

  • Some weird perspective s***

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