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Gord Barentsen

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  1. Maintaining a website isn't all the fame and glory it's made out to be. 🤔 Updates, troubleshooting, and server migrations - not to mention work assignments, tutoring, and research - have kept me quite busy for the past while, so apologies for not writing here sooner. In the holiday season blogs are pretty much the last thing on people's minds, but I wanted to post some brief updates. First of all, congratulations to Keigan for scoring in the 95.5th percentile on his STAT exam! I wish I could take the credit as your tutor, but in the end it was all you! Keigan is now looking at universities to study corporate law. Feel free to stop by his profile and congratulate him! LiquidFractal also welcomes its third academic group to the fold in the new year: the Dialectical Realism Research Group, headed by Brendan Cartmel. I anticipate there will be more information on this research group coming up early next year. I've also added several features to the site, which I'll talk about when I have the time. In the interim, I'll just wish everybody happy holidays and a wonderful new year from LiquidFractal.
  2. Rush, "Limelight" (should not create a forum topic)
  3. Rush, "Tom Sawyer" (should create forum topic)
  4. "Lab Practicum," from Half-Life 2 (extended to 1 hour, as it should be )
  5. Site Features LiquidFractal offers a host of unique site features to help members and clients alike make the most of their online experience. Contents Blogs Forums Media Galleries Keywords (NEW) Quizzes Blogs Forums The Forums are at the heart of discussions and debates; their entire design is for the detailed exchange of ideas Media Galleries Keywords (NEW) Quizzes
  6. I remember the days when I swore I'd never post cat-related stuff on a website....
  7. Carlos means the Complex Processes Reading Group (CPRG), which has a space on LiquidFractal and which has just started its next series of talks.
  8. Ya i don't know if they're open again....probably are. should go there haven't been in some time
  9. Watch snowflake crystals grow and develop.
  10. Hey everyone, Let's welcome our newest member @CARLOSSP! Good to see you here and hope to see you around much more.
  11. PS I love slides 8,9, and 13. 13 is about as economical as it gets!
  12. Well our transition month is September. There's a 21st century saying that if you really want to know what someone is really like, watch how they react to the internet being down. My poor wife 😐
  13. I remember a couple of interesting buildings in Toronto (some residences as that mutant growth on ROM) but apart from that I found Toronto kinda dull. Melbourne on the other hand has some great architecture on Swanston north tut toward UniMelb and I always enjoy walking around there .
  14. In my opinion, there's a qualitative difference between saying "I don't believe in God" and "God doesn't exist"/"people who believe in God are delusional." For me, the first is a perfectly credible statement; the second involves indefensible ontological and epistemological assumptions.
  15. I find these quotes wonderfully ambivalent. CS is rightly ambivalent about dismissing the idea of God outright, but then seems to rely on his own knowledge to suggest there's no such thing as an afterlife.
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    Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    As part of the $63M Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment Project, Frankston's Big Picture Fest featured 7 headline and 29 local artists. According to the Frankston City News (May-June 2018, p. 12) 1100 cans of spray paint and 300L of bucket paint were used over a week to adorn otherwise dull city walls with works of art. Where possible, I've included pictures of the whole artwork with background for scale, as well as details/closeups.
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    All the Green Year

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    "All the Green Year," Thomson Lane (prior work).

    © Gord Barentsen

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    All the Green Year

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    "All the Green Year," Thomson Lane (prior work).

    © Gord Barentsen

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    All the Green Year

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    "All the Green Year," Thomson Lane (prior work).

    © Gord Barentsen

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    Resurrection

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    Resurrection: Portrait in Profile. East side of the Alley Barber in Steibel Place.
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    Mary Jayne - Detail

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    Lady blowing bubbles. Station St. end of Gallery Lane.

    © Lucy Bonnin

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    Mary Jayne

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    Lady blowing bubbles. Station St. end of Gallery Lane.

    © Lucy Bonnin

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    Kinetic Eye

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    Kinetic Eye. Second storey behind Robinson's Bookshop on Steibel Place.

    © ORDER 55

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    As She Lay - Detail

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    Lady Lying on her side with foliage. West side of the Alley Barber in Steibel St.

    © Loretta Lizzio

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    As She Lay

    From the album: Frankston Mural Art, Big Picture Fest 2018

    Lady lying on her side with foliage. West side of the Alley Barber in Steibel St.

    © Loretta Lizzio

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