Monthly Archives: June 2019

Cuba is home to 2,000 people who have lived for over a century, a trend that is puzzling experts

People point to the family-oriented culture of Cubans as a possible answer to a trend that has puzzled experts, some of whom doubt the accuracy of the country’s centenarian population.[…] Source: Cuba is home to 2,000 people who have lived … Continue reading

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An Immersive Inflatable Labyrinth of Light and Color by Architects of Air

Designer and Architects of Air founder Alan Parkinson’s latest architecture maze, Daedalum, is a 153-foot long inflatable structure, recently installed in London as a part of the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival. Light fills the labyrinth’s tunnels through colored panels … Continue reading

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Kant & Categorical Imperatives: Crash Course Philosophy #35

CrashCourse Published on 15 Nov 2016 Our next stop on our tour of ethics is Kant’s ethics. Today Hank explains hypothetical and categorical imperatives, the universalizability principle, autonomy, and what it means to treat people as ends-in-themselves, rather than as … Continue reading

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Entanglement Theory may Reveal a Reality we can’t Handle

What is entanglement theory? It is a Mystery, and here is a potential solution. But its implications are so paradigm shattering that most scientists refuse to believe it. Maybe we can’t handle the truth? Imagine you found a pair of … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Short Film “UU” presented by DUST

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The 1751 Machine that Made Everything

Machine Thinking Published on 15 Mar 2018 If you had to pick one machine that triggered the biggest explosion of wealth in our history, which would you pick?

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How to make a clarinet.

This is Schreiber’s video promotion. They can be purchased from v (yes we agree with the comments, the music is not appropriate. : ))

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yamaha’s revamped compact saxophone wins 2017 japan GOOD DESIGN grand award

yamaha one of the largest producers of musical instruments in the world, has recently won japan’s 2017 GOOD DESIGN grand award with its latest innovative and casual wind instrument. although the saxophone has been around for centuries and is built of many complex … Continue reading

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Bottles and Jars Made of Soap Replace Disposable Plastic Packaging

Mi Zhou, a student in the Central Saint Martins Material Futures master’s degree program, re-imagined the disposable nature of toiletry containers by turning the vessels themselves into usable products. Instead of the ubiquitous flexible plastic tubs and tubes that are … Continue reading

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