Other people make mistakes
Powerful speeding ad.
Posted on Wednesday, January 15th 2014
Reblogged from Give a blog a Bone
Secrets Of Snow-Diving Foxes - 'You're Invisible, But I'll Eat You Anyway.'
“I’m a fox. It’s January. I’m hungry. I want a meal. My food, however, is buried three feet down, deep in the snow, hiding. It’s alive, in motion, and very small, being a mouse. So how does an above-ground fox catch an underground mouse? Well, the answer is nothing short of astonishing.”
Read more from NPR’s Robert Krulwich.
Posted on Saturday, January 4th 2014
Reblogged from KQEDScience
TINY - A story about living small.
The film follows one couple’s attempt to build a “tiny house” from scratch, and profiles other families who have downsized their lives into homes smaller than the average parking space.
Through homes stripped down to their essentials, the film raises questions about good design, the nature of home, and the changing American Dream.
Posted on Tuesday, December 24th 2013
Can Stress Actually KILL You?
Find out what stress is doing to your body, and what can be done to alleviate it. Time to stress about stress!
Posted on Tuesday, November 5th 2013
Reblogged from Your daily dose of awesome science!
NYC subways have a strange rule. Two former Miami Ad school students took advantage of it. Nice one!
Posted on Monday, November 4th 2013
Reblogged from THIS IS JO
The Science of Heartbreak
Why is a ‘broken heart’ so painful? Science explains the pain of heartbreak, and more importantly, how to effectively get over it.
Posted on Thursday, October 17th 2013
Reblogged from Science is Beauty
How to Make Beer
An animated guide to the art of brewing.
Posted on Thursday, September 26th 2013
Full Moon Silhouettes, New Zealand
One impressive Moonrise was captured Jan28-2013 over Mount Victoria Lookout in Wellington, New Zealand. Astrophotographer Mark Gee placed a camera about two kilometers away from the lookout and pointed it to where the Moon would rise. The above SINGLE-SHOT SEQUENCE is UNEDITED and shown in REAL TIME— it is NOT a time lapse. People on Mount Victoria Lookout can be seen in silhouette moving around! It takes just over three minutes for the Moon and the Sun to clear the horizon(they look the same size… remember eclipses) and each day the Moon rises about fifty minutes later than “yesterday”. The Sun, the Moon, the Milky Way, the planets and the stars all travel across the sky at the same speed, all the time.
Mark Gee is the photographer and Dan Phillipson’s song “Tenderness” is the music track.
Posted on Tuesday, September 24th 2013