A great speach by Simon Sinek at the TED conference. I like that at the base of the message he is linking art and marketing with tangible observation based in science.
1. Remember Long Lists With a “Memory Palace” The human brain sucks at remembering lists. Think about it: When you go to the grocery store, how many items can you manage before you have to write them down? Three? Five? For most of us, if there’s any more than that, we’re going to get back … Read More
I start everyday with coffee, but my morning cup of joe is a bit different. My coffee is made using the Bulletproof Coffee method. It’s creamy, delicious, healthy and also doubles as my breakfast. The reason why is because it’s loaded with good fats, specifically short and medium chain triglycerides. Most people think that all … Read More
Nigel Ackland showing off some of the cool things he can do with his bebionic3 prosthetic arm, part of a series of videos from manufacturer RSLSteeper. This round, Nigel responds to some ‘fan’ requests for things he can do with the hand before shifting to more pragmatic uses that most of us take for granted, … Read More
This video time lapse of earth is made from combined photos taken by the Expedition 30 crew aboard the International Space Station. Stunning to see the lights and weather from over 400km above the surface. It’s interesting that in all of recorded human history, only those of us fortunate enough to be born in the … Read More
A video of every nuclear explosion since 1945. Very creepy. I had no idea so many of these had been set off.
Metatron’s Cube is a three-dimensional geometric figure created from 13 equal circles with lines from the center of each circle extending out to the centers of the other 12 circles. This image creates the Fruit of Life. Six circles are placed in a hexagonal pattern around a central circle, with six more extending out along … Read More
A great explanation of the Fibonacci Series and some of it’s relationships to art, science and nature. While we’re on the subject of the Fibonacci Series, here is an example of it hidden in Tool’s album/song Lateralus. Pretty freaking cool!
This is from Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, an American astrophysicist and science communicator. Awesome stuff!