frauenfelder at May 28th, 2014 15:22 — #1
gastronaut at May 28th, 2014 15:45 — #2
It looks like my 22nd-century holographic mood ring when its codec is having trouble determining my mood.
jorpho at May 28th, 2014 16:23 — #3
Nice word, that "aventurescence". It ought to be used in RPGs more often: "When your hero gets tired, rest to restore your aventurescence."
acerplatanoides at May 28th, 2014 16:42 — #4
Pretty clearly that is a glitch in the Matrix.
redesigned at May 28th, 2014 18:58 — #5
wow that is more beautiful then any stone i've ever seen, even tops opal.
crenquis at May 28th, 2014 21:00 — #6
Labradorite (one of the feldspar minerals) is my favorite opal competitor:
redesigned at May 28th, 2014 21:27 — #7
wow! that is pretty amazing stuff!
digitalartform at May 28th, 2014 22:39 — #8
That looks like the product of a design process. Was it found on Earth? Then that settles it: there must be intelligent life on Earth.
theirfeldspars at May 29th, 2014 00:10 — #9
I like that there feldspar.
mkstvns at May 29th, 2014 01:21 — #10
Grr, why can't I find any nice jewellery made from Rainbow lattice sunstone? It looks terrific! Fairly sure my girlfriend would love a ring or necklace pendant with a nicely polished chunk of this in it...
kimmo at May 29th, 2014 04:30 — #11
Because people are idiots? Seriously.
There must be an awful lot of me-too wankers competitively chasing status symbols, otherwise this stuff and opal would be more sought-after than boring old diamonds and such.
Which provides quite the opportunity to hit a home run with the GF, and comprehensively nail each aspect of the purpose of jewellery with something custom, except the part where you're meant to put your balls in a bank's vise.
jhertzli at May 29th, 2014 10:18 — #12
Wizard? That's obviously a Fëanor product.
mkstvns at May 29th, 2014 18:02 — #13
frauenfelder at June 2nd, 2014 15:22 — #14
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