Monthly Archives: March 2018

Seeing without eyes – the unexpected world of nonvisual photoreception

We’re used to thinking of our eyes detecting light as the foundation of our visual system. But what’s going on in other cells throughout the body that can detect light, too? Source: Seeing without eyes – the unexpected world of … Continue reading

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Ai Weiwei’s Film ‘Human Flow’ Documents the Staggering Scale of the Global Refugee Crisis

To create his new documentary film Human Flow, Chinese artist and activistHuman Flow, Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei spent a full year traveling through 23 countries, following the journeys of some of the 65 million people forced from their homes to escape famine, … Continue reading

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Ancient Ruins Reconstructed with Architectural GIFs

Today, views of the world’s ancient architectural wonders are firmly based in their current state of ruin, leaving to visitors’ imaginations the original glory of structures like the Parthenon, Pyramid of the Sun, and Temple of Luxor. NeoMam, in a project … Continue reading

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Berlin Karnival der Kulturen 2018

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Rich in history and culture, Carnivals are celebrated all over the world. Every year a unification of cultures from different continents culminate in Berlin for a four day celebration called Karnival der Kulturen. This year, the…

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MLK’s Granddaughter At March For Our Lives: ‘I Have A Dream That Enough Is Enough’ — HelloBeautiful

Source: Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Eleven-year-old Naomi Wadler wasn’t the only Black girl that stole the show at the March For Our Lives rally on March 24. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 9-year-old granddaughter, Yolanda Renee King, wowed the … Continue reading

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Anim18: A Celebration Of British Animation At Venues Across The UK – Skwigly Animation Magazine

A celebration of animation across the UK showcasing the best of British talent will be launched in April. From childhood favourites to experimental shorts, Anim18 will run right through to November, with screenings, workshops and pop-up events that aim to … Continue reading

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Amazing Giant Sculpture Made by Plastic Bottles 奇妙的循環再用膠樽創作 – Angela Rainbow

Giant Fish Sculpture in Brazil Rio Beach 在巴西里約海灘的巨型魚雕塑 Here are some of the greatest upcycled plastic bottle creations. 想同大家分享幾個偉大的循環再用膠樽創作 A million plastic bottles are sold every minute around the world, but less than half were being recycled, and all the … Continue reading

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Misterbianco and Acireale Carnaval

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? Hi guys !  Ce soir, je partage avec vous les photos du Carnaval 2018. Cette année, nous sommes retournés au carnaval d’Acireale (pour revoir l’article c’est ici ) et une semaine plus tard, nous sommes allés au carnaval de Misterbianco. J’espère…

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What would school be like if Albert Einstein was your principal? – Big Think

Einstein didn’t like the schools he went to, how would he improve them? Source: What would school be like if Albert Einstein was your principal?

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The hierarchy of disagreement: The best and worst argument techniques – Big Think

A classic essay defines different ways to disagree, from the worst to the best, with lessons that ring true in our divisive times. Source: The hierarchy of disagreement: The best and worst argument techniques

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