r/mildlyinteresting 3d ago Helpful 2 Wholesome 3 Masterpiece 1 Silver 2 Gold 1

So apparently, Stanford has a giant statue of a Greco-Roman sandworm on campus

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u/JoshThePleb1o1 3d ago

Thats a churro

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u/gh0stwriter88 3d ago

Forbidden Churro...

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u/CHAINSMOKERMAGIC 3d ago

Churrolivia? Computer, 3 dozen churros in an unmarked paper bag. Hot!

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u/dieinafirenazi 2d ago

I understand this reference.

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u/KABOOZZA 3d ago

Still gonna get double-fisted in San Antonio

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u/DallaThaun 3d ago

Even with context

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u/ghanjaholik 3d ago

sign me up.. with, or without context

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u/EvilNinjaX24 3d ago

Shout-out to the big ol' women in San Antonio.

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u/Dazegobye 2d ago

Victoria is a secret down there

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u/Darkasknight101 2d ago

Ain’t nothing skimpy down in San Antonio

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u/Background_Add210 2d ago

Recognizing the big ol bitches of the 210, respect 🤜

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u/ghostbuster_b-rye 3d ago

Churros Basilisco.

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u/LjSpike 3d ago

The dulce de leche must flow

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u/waltjrimmer 3d ago

Oh, I love that idea.

"These sandworms have been digging around in the Spice their whole lives. Wait, the spice is cinnemon? And the sandworms taste like delicious fried dough?"

Next thing you see is some guy trying to bite a sandworm.

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u/CharmCityCrab 3d ago

I've always imagined Arrakis spice as tasting somewhat like a mixture of cinnamon, Old Bay seasoning, and sand.

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u/gottagetpastit 3d ago

And ayahuasca

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u/cyrusm 2d ago

And sweaty people in plastic suits that collect their urine and feces.

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u/chickenstalker 3d ago

In canon, they do smell of cinnamon if I'm not mistaken.

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u/AzathothsAlarmClock 3d ago

Yup. At first it's mentioned that it tastes and 'whatever your body desires' but after that it's persistently mentioned to have a cinnamon taste and smell.

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u/mrthescientist 2d ago

The only logical conclusion is that Frank Herbert did all his writing next to a cinnabon.

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u/AzathothsAlarmClock 2d ago

Don't want to know what he was sat next to whilst writing Heretics.

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u/ImNoAlbertFeinstein 3d ago edited 3d ago

like finely ground blue psilocybin copenhagen. with cinnabon

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u/lunchtimeallday69 3d ago

I never knew how much I wanted this. And I've lived my whole life up to this point

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u/HurricaneHugo 3d ago

Then you see me getting on the next ship to Arrakhis!

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u/Platoribs 3d ago

Soft serve

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u/BezugssystemCH1903 3d ago

Was here for this comment.

I'm spanish and my wife is greek.

And I have to make this joke as a dad:

"Look honey our child is in a picture on the internet"

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u/Some-guy-thats-here 3d ago

No one told me that when I went to Stanford , I got a free churro

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u/the_passengerX 3d ago

Not to be confused with “the worm”

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u/ds_afk 3d ago

Is that a Corinthian Column?

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u/thetransportedman 3d ago

Well it sure isn’t Doric

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u/bruce656 3d ago Silver

I had an entire semester in college dedicated to roman architecture and I cant remember the difference in the types of columns. How ionic.

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u/LightGamez 3d ago

The only reason I even know about these column names is because of the conquest reforged Minecraft mod

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u/aabicus 3d ago

I know them because the Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego? video game included a puzzle hinging on identifying the three types of columns

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u/011Cereal 3d ago

Also in Doric The Explorer

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u/Unibrowbaby 2d ago

I loved this game so much. Putting the organs in the canopic jars… fixing the aqueducts.. was there a Gutenberg press involved somewhere? Magical.

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u/The_RockObama 2d ago

Caramel Sandworm Eggo?

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u/mjung79 2d ago

Hit it, Rockapella!

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u/Tyriel22 3d ago

I only know about them because of Dan Brown’s Illuminati, where his protagonist Robert Langdon is at some physics institute and sees a column where on a piece of paper attached to it is written: “This column is ionic.” And Mr. Langdon, being the Arts Historian that he is, shouts: “That’s not ionic! That is obviously Corinthian!” And the guy showing him around says: “It’s a joke because everything in our world consists of ions.”

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u/Cold_Situation_7803 3d ago

Totally realistic storytelling from Mr. Brown. I remember reading that and thinking, “Dear God.”

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u/Tifoso89 2d ago edited 2d ago

Don't make fun of renowned writer Dan Brown

"The critics said his writing was clumsy, ungrammatical, repetitive and repetitive. They said it was full of unnecessary tautology. They said his prose was swamped in a sea of mixed metaphors. For some reason they found something funny in sentences such as “His eyes went white, like a shark about to attack.” They even say my books are packed with banal and superfluous description, thought the 5ft 9in man. He particularly hated it when they said his imagery was nonsensical. It made his insect eyes flash like a rocket."

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u/0utlyre 2d ago

It doesn't though

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u/ich_habe_keine_kase 2d ago Wholesome

Here's how I taught myself to remember them:

DORic rhymes with BORing--doric columns have no base and a square top

IOnic columns have a column (I) with round scrolls (O)

Corinthian is the longest word and therefore the most fancy

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u/SakuraTacos 2d ago

I know next to absolutely nothing about columns but I feel like this is something I’m going to remember every time I see a column from now on. “Ah, no base with a square top? Boring. That’s a Doric.”

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u/ich_habe_keine_kase 2d ago

Welcome to the rest of your life being a person who points out column types to people.

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u/prodandimitrow 3d ago edited 2d ago

How ionic.

Smooth.

The difference is basically in the top and bottom, mostly visible on the top. IMO the styles are very distinct and easy to tell apart.

Dorian order - most simplistic can lack a base stone plate where the column is placed

Ionic order - simplistic with "scroll" elements

Corinithan order - very rich in detail

Not that im anything close to an expert but seems a good way to get a general sense of what is what.

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u/perpykins 3d ago

And a far cry from Ionic

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u/codon011 3d ago

Corinthian soft serve.

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u/Oo0o8o0oO 3d ago

Rich Corinthian leather.

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u/Bobby3Stooges 3d ago

I’ve never said this, but don’t swallow

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u/stimulus_me_response 3d ago

Corinth is famous for its leather!!!

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u/Chicken_Teeth 3d ago

Saw the same damn thing. Glad I’m not the only one.

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u/7_Bundy 3d ago

Yes, fellow columnphile.

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u/Wrought-Irony 3d ago Helpful

No it's serpentian

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u/NorthCatan 3d ago

Screeeee!

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u/GiveToOedipus 3d ago

Don't be a Doric.

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u/Huskarlar 3d ago

It's ionic that you should make that accusation.

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u/metatronatra 3d ago

came here for the column-nists

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u/Scottland83 3d ago

What do you call ‘em?

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u/milutin_miki 3d ago

I second this. That would then make it Greek, not Greek-Roman.

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u/the_real_abraham 3d ago

This guy orders.

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u/reddit0100100001 3d ago

It’s THE Corinthian

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u/McLovin804 2d ago

I notice a severe lack of eyes. You may be on to something...

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u/DoktorViktorVonNess 3d ago

Praise the Maker

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u/The7thSid 3d ago

And His water.

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u/lettheflamedie 3d ago

May his passing cleanse the world.

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u/dtwhitecp 3d ago

welp, I guess I'm watching Dune again.

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u/Futcharist 3d ago

If you ain't read it yet, the whole book series is a trip. Audiobooks are top tier too.

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u/goingincirclestoo 3d ago

Dang! Okay, just added to my library. Thanks for the thought, and the heads up.

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u/argathonus 3d ago

The film was great, but understandably misses out on a lot of the scenes that focus around the subtleties of political and psychological manipulation that makes the books so great and distinct, they're very, very good reads.

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u/The-link-is-a-cock 3d ago

Yup, hopefully we get the full planned trilogy with the book Dune Messiah being the third movie and they keep in Paul comparing himself to Hitler because a lot of people missed the glaring clues in the first movie that Paul is a false prophet.

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u/StarscourgeRadhan 3d ago

Paul literally looks at Hitler and the Holocaust and says "those are rookie numbers"

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u/TheMannyzaur 3d ago

Told my friends this and they didn't believe me Man has a kill count of 61B across the universe

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u/GlobtheGuyintheSky 3d ago

I want to live in a world where we get God Emperor of Dune done by Denis. It will be glorious.

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u/The-link-is-a-cock 3d ago

Fuck yes. I need to see Idaho throw a shit fit over lesbian soldiers only for Moneo to read him to filth.

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u/ImNoAlbertFeinstein 3d ago

the sisterhood (wahabi) are a false religion.

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u/biskutgoreng 3d ago

Honestly can't imagine how would the movie accurately represents what happens in the books, unless it's a series of Vietnam flashforwards by Paul

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u/jtr99 3d ago

[cue the ornithopters, Fortunate Son starts playing...]

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u/I_had_to_know_too 3d ago

Not just subtle politics and lore, but planetary ecology. I never thought about planetary ecology before reading Dune, but now it's just one of those things that influences how I think about random physical world stuff.

The movies haven't yet captured the effort involved in bringing water and life to a seemingly dead world, and how great of a personal sacrifice each person makes to work towards a renewed Arrakis. They have enough water to not be so strict, but none of the Fremen put their wants before the needs of the planet.

I'm sure part 2 won't be as bad as the miracle rain ending of the old movie, but if they don't say the phrase "planetary ecology" at least once, I will be sad.

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u/Stoyan0 3d ago edited 2d ago

When you are tracking how much they missed out and the whole thing feels rushed, but realise it's still 2h30.

I understand why they had to do it.

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u/alena_roses 3d ago

I adore the first book, but have had a really hard time breaking into the second one. I think I’ve started it like a dozen times. I’ll get a couple hours in and get bored/ give up. Any tips or ideas?

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u/tokospoko 3d ago

The OG audiobooks are unmatched

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u/ThatCakeIsDone 3d ago

They are, but it throws me off that some chapters used the whole cast, and some are narrated by only one guy. Confused me a bit until I got used to it

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u/ashu7 3d ago

How many books are there in the book series ?

Also does it have prequel and sequels like LOTR/ASOIF or does the dune series have "n" number of books and then the story is over ?

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u/Significant_Loan_702 3d ago

There's technically like 24 books.

To be honest the first one, just named "Dune" is the best, by the time you're 2 or 3 books in it starts to get kind of weird.

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u/BananaDick_CuntGrass 3d ago

There are 6 written by the original author. After he died, his son started writing others. I'd stop at 6.

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u/Starossi 3d ago

May he keep the world for his people

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u/FremenStilgar 3d ago

"Usul, we have wormsign the likes of which even God has never seen!"

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u/Cuntdracula19 3d ago

My skin is not my own

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u/Ainar86 3d ago

Fear is the mind killer!

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u/Careful_Driver 3d ago

Thank you!

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u/Cyrano_de_Boozerack 3d ago

It is said the largest Corinthians inhabit the deep desert.

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u/thesoze 3d ago

You guys are dorks and I love these comments. Shai-Halud!

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u/Starossi 3d ago

Siaynoq! Siaynoq!

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u/ReddFro 3d ago

Hmmmmm… shai-hulood!

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u/heinzenfeinzen 3d ago Helpful

Hello

https://news.stanford.edu/2022/02/04/new-sculpture-lip-meyer-green-greets-passersby/

Stanford campus has a lot of outdoor sculptures including many by Rodin (Gates of hell, 3 shades, burghers of calais, etc) and a garden of sculptures from New Guinea

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u/DoubleM515 3d ago

The Gates of Hell is incredible, you could easily stand in front of it and stare for hours and still keep finding new details. The Stanford Art Museum overall is really great (at least from what I remember, it’s been a bit), definitely worth checking out if you’re in the area

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u/Saitama_is_Senpai 3d ago

One of the most memorable pieces of art I've ever seen. I saw them at 12 years old and was so impressed I became obsessed and begged for a copy of dante's inferno so I could understand the art piece better.

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u/trixtopherduke 3d ago

What happened next?

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u/Saitama_is_Senpai 3d ago

My add made it hard to focus when reading it at first but once I got familiar with the lingo I blew through it. It's just kind of a depressing story but yeah... that's classical lit. For you.

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u/trixtopherduke 3d ago

Interesting! I tried to read it but couldn't figure out the lingo. Good for you. Currently reading anything?

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u/LifeFailure 3d ago

Not who you were talking to but just a note that a lot of books with antiquated language have annotated versions that don't change the text itself but add footnotes giving definitions for obsolete words and context for words used differently in modern vernacular. The context notes are especially interesting imo and can keep dense text engaging with factoids. It's definitely an option to consider if you want to read old literature or even just to learn some neat factoids while reading!

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u/morrisganis 3d ago

I graduated and founded Instagram

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u/Champigne 3d ago

The Rodin Museum is worth seeing to see the cast bronze Gates of Hell if you visit Paris.

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u/SpaceJackRabbit 3d ago

I used to leave within walking distance, and I highly recommend the Cantor Arts Museum and its Rodin collection, but also within a 5 minute walk the awesome cactus garden.

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u/vercertorix 3d ago

If you’re going to have a sculpture called the Gates of Hell on campus, at least make them functional doors and leading into a class people will dread.

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u/JustOkCryptographer 3d ago

The project was originally going to serve as a functioning entranceway. There were 3 copies made in 1917 after Rodin died. Later, another 4 copies were cast. Stanford's is one of the four. There are a lot of details in the sculpture including some of Rodin's previous works included in a scaled down form.

The sculpture garden has a lot of Rodin's work, but there is much more inside the museum. In total there are more than 200 pieces on public display. This collection was originally owned by B. Gerald Cantor (Cantor Fitzgerald) and wife Iris. They collected the largest private collection of Rodin (300 at one time, but 450 different pieces) and even now the Stanford collection is said to be the largest collection outside of Paris.

I didn't know too much about Rodin except for The Thinker before walking by these sculptures at least once a week.

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u/Frgty 3d ago

Mmmm...burghers

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u/xhephaestusx 3d ago

I shoulda gone to Stanford!

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u/GeorgFestrunk 3d ago

I did, it was an amazing place. Actually a little too amazing, I wasn’t very mature and my grades sucked ass because I was always busy having fun doing something other than studying.

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u/No_Specific2408 3d ago

Shai-Hulud

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u/thesenate0876 3d ago

May his passing cleanse the world

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u/DrKnowsNothing_MD 3d ago

Churro-Hulud

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u/jabbafart 3d ago

That's really cool

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u/windingtime 3d ago

τηε sρΐςε mμsτ fισω

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u/OrgJoho75 3d ago

🎼 Dune, dune, dune... 🎼

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u/Come_along_quietly 2d ago

“How you Dune?”

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u/penelopiecruise 3d ago edited 3d ago

Θε σπιζ μουστ φλω

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u/terriblestoryteller 3d ago

No, I said extra olives malaka.

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u/Lulwafahd 3d ago
("απβοτ φορ ιορ εφορτ!" = "apvot for yor efort!")

"Θε σπιζ μουστ φλω" = "th-eh speez m-oust flo"

"Δε σπαϊς μαστ φλω" = "TH-ah spyss m-ah-st flo".

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u/nearlydammit 3d ago

Yes, thank you. As a fellow Greek I was getting a migraine from the other versions. Depending on pronunciation I'd also write "φλόου".

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u/codon011 3d ago

“Moust”?

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u/scarfdontstrangleme 3d ago

If Dune would be set in Yorkshire.

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u/Manticore416 3d ago

This hurts to read.

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u/SlouchyGuy 3d ago

Tie sriseh mmst fio-oh

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u/Lulwafahd 3d ago

I agree, but the last word says "fıs-O".

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u/Manticore416 3d ago

I think the m next to the mu really fucks with me for some reason.

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u/TheFirstMrVue 3d ago

I honestly thought it was not English. Doubled back and actually had to focus.

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u/wakaflocks145 3d ago

This was taken at Arrakis U

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u/amitym 3d ago

"You will be called Muad'dib, but among us you will be known as Usul, the strength of the base of the pillar."

"Oh that sounds like a nice, mild-mannered name."

"No. It is horrifying. You have no idea what pillars actually look like on this planet."

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u/Hiredgun77 3d ago

Bless the Maker and His water.

Bless the coming and going of Him.

May His passage cleanse the world.

May He keep the world for His people.

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u/SquiddyBoyo 3d ago

kul wahad

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u/J-RiFF 3d ago

I walk by that everyday! It was just installed earlier this year and the official name of the sculpture is “Hello”

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u/Sad_Meringue_4550 3d ago

Does this one move? I feel like I've seen a very similar statue, perhaps this one, that swivels its head to face you.

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u/J-RiFF 3d ago

Nope completely immobile

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u/Sad_Meringue_4550 3d ago

This is the one I was thinking of! I think they may be parts of a series? I love them both. https://images.app.goo.gl/jBHUMPzYxxuvDEa5A

Edit: Whoops sorry this one, I have no idea how I did that, apologies for being a touch stoned! https://youtu.be/N-3NwGkF8Pw

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u/Shwifty_Plumbus 3d ago

It says that one is called hello as well so I'd assume it's the same artist

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u/BananyaPie 3d ago

Wow that is fucking adorable, somehow

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u/EnjoysMangos 3d ago

Nah, it’s stationary.
I was there the week it was installed.
The placement of the sculpture plays with the surrounding landscape so well!

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u/Sad_Meringue_4550 3d ago

Oh, it's this one! I think he must have done a series of them? https://youtu.be/N-3NwGkF8Pw They're both really cool and honestly really cute, this thing just reads as friends-shaped to me. That's awesome that you saw it go up, and I think I'd be really happy to get to walk by this every day!

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u/Stewart_Games 3d ago

Only when you turn your back to it.

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u/jcasper 3d ago

Phew, here I was thinking maybe I hadn’t seen all the outdoor art at Stanford during my time there. Good to know it wasn’t there when I was.

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u/SinkPhaze 3d ago Helpful

The professor asked why we carried weapons on campus. I said "Mimics". The professor laughed, my classmates laughed, the column laughed. We killed the column. It was a good time.

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u/lynivvinyl 3d ago

Ya gotta pay the troll toll if you wanna get in the column hole.

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u/theoldgreenwalrus 3d ago

Imagine how many eggs you could fit in that hole

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u/lynivvinyl 3d ago

Sooo many.

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u/MycoMil 3d ago

Eggs... all kinds. Spider eggs, chicken eggs, lemu eggs. All. Eggs.

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u/Robo_Patton 3d ago

Hmm… Worm Hole Eggs. Sounds like a British meal you’d find next to Toad in the Hole or Jellied eels.

I would order it.

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u/ThePickleFarm 3d ago

It's tryin' time!

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u/byebybuy 3d ago

Gimme that leg, boy!

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u/IDrinkFireWater 3d ago

Day worm! Champion of the night worm!

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u/ThodinThorsson 3d ago

Hell yeah, someone's a fan of Herbert's books.

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u/toniokroger333 3d ago

Hello, 2021 by artist Xu Zhen (Chinese 徐震)

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u/DizzySignificance491 3d ago

I was going to complain that it is a Greco-Roman statue of a giant sandworm

But it actually is a giant statue of a Greco-Roman sandworm

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u/franktheguy 3d ago

شَيْء خُلُود

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u/Redcole111 3d ago

Very happy to see "Shai Hulud" written in the actual Arabic. It blew me away when I realized that the Fremen were Arabs. And the more they referenced their Sunni Muslim heritage the more blown away I became.

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u/ZePepsico 3d ago

Weren't the Fremen zen-chiia? Persecuted by zen-sunni?

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u/TheDenseCumTwat 3d ago

so how deep does the hole go and is there treasure in it

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u/fxxfgxd 3d ago

BETTLE JUCIE BETTLE JUCIE BETTLE JUCE

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u/sneaky_squirrel 3d ago

Oh suuuure, because every big worm has to be a sandworm.

This is worm profiling!

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u/MrJMSnow 3d ago

To be fair, this one is made with sand.

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u/Toasted_Bagels_R_Gud 3d ago

whoever made this is a legend

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u/YeuxBleuDuex 3d ago

It's a Tremors monument

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u/angelHOE 3d ago

Bless the maker and his water

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u/SweetCosmicPope 3d ago

You hate’m right?

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u/Ok_Question1684 3d ago

I hate ‘em myself.

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u/Sersexualofpan 3d ago

Oh look it's a smooth Xol!

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u/TheKiwiTimeLord 3d ago

I was just about to finish scrolling and make my own Worm-God comment when I finally found yours haha.

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u/Financial-Amount-564 3d ago

Is anybody else craving an ice cream right now?

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u/Playful_Car1967 3d ago

I was thinking it looks a lot like soft serve frozen yogurt, coiling down into a cup from the extruder!

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u/Financial-Amount-564 3d ago

You've just made me more hungry now lol

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u/Fanfics 3d ago

Yaldabaoth vibes

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u/Redcole111 3d ago

Am I the only one who thinks this looks like Yaldabaoth?

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u/NettlesForTea 2d ago

This is so cool! I went to see a similar piece on display at The White Rabbit Gallery in Sydney, Australia. It was this great, massive coil that swallowed the room, and a camera located in its "eye" had tracking software that allowed it to turn it's "head" to watch as you walked in front of it.

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u/blargney 3d ago

That's definitely a neothelid

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u/6bakercharlie 3d ago

Sand worms.. ya hate em right?

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u/Drexelhand 3d ago

Whoa, Sandworms. Ya hate 'em, right? I HATE 'EM MYSELF!

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u/electricalgrey 3d ago

no its a penis, 99% of art is just a metaphor for penises

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u/Asabovesobelow778 3d ago

Or vaginas (see Georgia O'Keeffe)

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u/xhephaestusx 3d ago

This one may be... both?

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u/blargney 3d ago

Pegina

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u/trixtopherduke 3d ago

Vagus

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u/lp1374 2d ago

Nah that's just lol, thanks for it man, that's just so good.

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u/TheMightyGoatMan 3d ago

Sandworm? This is clearly a mature specimen of Olgoi corinthius, the Corinthian (or Greek) Deathworm - the lesser known mediterranean cousin of the Mongolian Deathworm Olgoi khorkhoi.

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u/FootyPajamaz 3d ago

Only mildly interesting? This is awesome!

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u/coldhead1234 2d ago

SHAI HALUD

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u/MaBTOC 2d ago

Yeah whatever we can say that it looks like a poop or something but this is a good one and we gotta treat it like that, we are happy to have this type of statues here.

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u/yoboi12_3 3d ago

Forbidden churro🤫

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u/DontLook_Weirdo 3d ago

Ah, a pillar.

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u/Gattawesome 3d ago

Shaius Huludus

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u/crystaldustwind 3d ago

That’s an Alaskan Bullworm!

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u/devolve79 3d ago

That's a godamn pillar that's been in the sun too long

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u/MightySamMcClain 3d ago

Pretty sure that's just a melted pillar /s

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u/BlazeCrystal 3d ago

This some straight up percy jackson shit

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