“Arise and Be All That You Dreamed”
“Worrying about your own happiness is much less important than concerning yourself with the well being of those around you.”
"No one can hurt us like we've hurt ourselves. We're all architects of our own private hell."
"All of us have scars and they make us who we are today"
Reading all your questions about things involved in the new album just makes me think that you are so insecure about what you are doing. An artist always does what is in their soul, in their mind. That’s an artist’s job, not doing what other people want to see or what the audience decides. When I listen to the new Mars music, or when I see the new video, I don’t want to see what others have come up with. I want to see what is inside of the artist, the message that you want to get across. Doing what others expect you to or want you to is not what an artist should do. I want to see and hear what YOU think. Don’t lose the essence in your job Jared. Do what you really want to do. Just my opinion.
Slope Streaks on Arabia Terra, Mars
Taken by NASA’s HiRISE Camera.
NASA and JPL have just released a huge photo composite of the area surrounding the Curiosity Rover on the planet Mars. These are some of the best hi resolution photos ever taken of another planetary body in our solar system! Rock on humanity!
Images like these get my imagination racing. I just love mars landscapes and geology.
First Color Picture from Curiosity
This view of the landscape to the north of NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity was acquired by the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) on the afternoon of the first day after landing. (The team calls this day Sol 1, which is the first Martian day of operations; Sol 1 began on Aug. 6, 2012.)
In the distance, the image shows the north wall and rim of Gale Crater. The image is murky because the MAHLI’s removable dust cover is apparently coated with dust blown onto the camera during the rover’s terminal descent. Images taken without the dust cover in place are expected during checkout of the robotic arm in coming weeks.
Flowing Barchan Sand Dunes on Mars
Opportunity Looking Back Across Mars