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About agogo22

Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk

Minuscule drums push the limits of quantum weirdness | Nature

Davide Castelvecchi Vibrating aluminium membranes provide the first direct evidence of quantum entanglement in macroscopic objects. By playing two tiny drums, physicists have provided the most direct demonstration yet that quantum entanglement — a bizarre effect normally associated with subatomic … Continue reading

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Meo974, Le Port, France (2015) – La Molina Streetart

Meo974 Title: “Si ou koné” Location: Le Port, Ile de la Réunion, France Year: 2015 Coördinates: Google Maps Location: Photo: Meo974 © […] Source: Meo974, Le Port, France (2015) – La Molina Streetart

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Are Viruses Alive?

[…]Viruses all around us, they evolve, grow, and can be killed. But are they alive? Hosted by: Michael Aranda[…]

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The Galactic Stilt Walkers | Stilt costume, Stilts, Cosplay costumes

Jul 23, 2014 – Outside the PIT Building before the commencement of the Chingay Parade 2013. Source: The Galactic Stilt Walkers | Stilt costume, Stilts, Cosplay costumes

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Pigeon House, a photo from Esfahan, East | TrekEarth | Ancient architecture, Iranian architecture, Historical architecture

Sep 2, 2014 – This photo from Esfahan, East is titled ‘Pigeon House’. Source: Pigeon House, a photo from Esfahan, East | TrekEarth | Ancient architecture, Iranian architecture, Historical architecture

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Assembled Sculptures by Artist Willie Cole Cluster High Heels into Expressive Masks | Colossal

GRACE EBERT “Shine” (2007), shoes, wire, washers, screws, and shelf 16 x 15 x 16 inches. Photo by Jason Mandella   Artist Willie Cole juxtaposes readymade footwear and African tradition in his series of sculptural masks. The figurative assemblages stack … Continue reading

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Operation Mallard 2

This is what happened the second time that Mrs Mallard decided to nest on my dad’s balcony, 150ft above the water! Huge thanks to Ian Haslam from the BBC for his additional footage. And big thanks to Neil Hulme for … Continue reading

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Red-Eyed Subjects Peer Forward in Bright, Impasto Portraits by Artist Annan Affotey | Colossal

GRACE EBERT Annan Affotey has an affinity for bold, bright colors that set his subjects apart from the negative space framing their figures. Through gestural strokes that sweep across the canvas, the Ghanaian artist renders intimate portraits of his friends, … Continue reading

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The real story behind Archimedes’ Eureka!

When you think of Archimedes’ Eureka moment, you probably imagine a man in a bathtub, right? As it turns out, there’s much more to the story. Armand D’Angour tells the story of Archimedes’ biggest assignment — an enormous floating palace … Continue reading

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Google | Business As Usual

“Business As Usual” is about creating your own sense of movement, taking ownership of what you can influence, and being the author of your own story. A sense of peace and happiness when things seem to be burning around you. … Continue reading

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