Feb 27, 2014

Richard Feynman Explains the Beauty of Science

Richard Feynman Explains the Beauty of Science

Listen as Nobel Prize-winning, theoretical physicist Richard Feynman (1918 – 1988) explains the beauty of science. You can feel the passion in his voice. Another video wonderfully edited by Reid Gower who put together the popular Sagan Series on YouTube. This is part 1 of the ongoing Feynman Series.

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Feb 27, 2014

Sculptural Embraces by Johnson Tsang

Sculptural Embraces by Johnson Tsang

Hong Kong-based artist Johnson Tsang (featured previously) is a sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public artworks. Tsang’s art mostly employ realist sculptural techniques with a surrealist imagination; integrating the two elements, human beings and objects, into creative themes. On his active blog you can find many of his artworks including the…

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Feb 27, 2014

Mother and Daughter Recreate Paper Versions of Dresses Worn by Celebs

Mother and Daughter Recreate Paper Versions of Dresses Worn by Celebs

Fashion by Mayhem is a collaboration between Angie, a professional photographer, and mother to an adorable 4-year-old nicknamed Mayhem. Together, the two of them love making paper dresses and Mayhem loves to model the final creations. For the last year the duo have shared the results of their creative collaboration on Instagram (@2sisters_angie) where…

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Feb 26, 2014

Picture of the Day: Waiting for Relief

Picture of the Day: Waiting for Relief

WAITING FOR RELIEF Photograph by United Nations Relief and Works Agency FEBRUARY 24, 2014: The United Nations Relief and Work Agency (UNRWA) Commissioner General, Filippo Grandi entered Yarmouk camp during the resumption of UNRWA’s humanitarian aid distribution this morning. He was shocked by the condition of the Palestine refugees he spoke to…

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Feb 26, 2014

The 2013 Microscope Images of the Year

The 2013 Microscope Images of the Year

The yawning trap of a carnivorous plant has taken First Prize in the 2013 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition. Igor Siwanowicz, a researcher from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute captured the fascinating photo. The confocal image was selected from more than 2100 entries. Celebrating its 10th Anniversary, the competition is the world’s premier platform…

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Feb 26, 2014

Try Scrolling Down This 24,000 Pixel Long ‘Colorgasm’

Try Scrolling Down This 24,000 Pixel Long ‘Colorgasm’

Nina Geometrieva is a graphic designer and illustrator from Skopje, Macedonia. In her latest project on Behance entitled Colorgasm, Nina challenges viewers to scroll down her massive 725 x 24076 pixel image and experience what I can only describe as some kind of ‘rainbow laser beam’. Her color palette choices are awesome and scrolling…

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Feb 26, 2014

The Great Outdoors and the Difference Between Loneliness and Solitude

The Great Outdoors and the Difference Between Loneliness and Solitude

Every couple of months, 68-year-old Ed Zevely rides into the Colorado high country to camp for weeks at a time—and he does it completely alone. Through thunderstorms, open meadows and treacherous passes, he finds his own patch of serenity. Far from the modern world, it’s a place where the only goal is to move…

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