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In a BBC Horizon documentary in 1964, Arthur C. Clarke gives his vision for a city of the future with remarkable foresight.
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Isabella Lanave (@isalanave) is a freelance photographer based in Curitiba, Brazil. “I think this quarantine is more physically isolating than socially isolating for me. I live with friends and this is a time to coexist. Time to stop and listen, … Continue reading
The project started as an exploration of different techniques and visual languages inspired by the current projects in the Motion Graphics industry. Hence the name TRENDS. Slowly but surely, it outgrew the initial premise and started to take on a … Continue reading
It seems like many conspiracy theories — even the most extreme ones — are growing in popularity. To understand why, I chat with Dr David Grimes, physicist, cancer researcher and author of The Irrational Ape about the science behind belief-building … Continue reading
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GET SMARTER SECTION 2017 Reddit Security Report: https://www.reddit.com/r/announcement… Link to Banned Accounts https://www.reddit.com/wiki/suspiciou… Link to iDrama Lab https://idrama.science/ Link to Jeremy’s Papers: “The Web Centipede: Understanding How Web Communities Influence Each Other Through the Lens of Mainstream and Alternative News … Continue reading
A former Detroit Lions wide receiver and NASA astronaut (take a moment to let that combination sink in) takes us on a journey into his magical space-induced dreamscape – where vivid colors and explosions of light are an every night … Continue reading
This is a huge win for the planet. By Jessica Stewart on April 29, 2020 In a victory for the planet, a large hole in the ozone layer has closed up on its own. Located over the Arctic, it first … Continue reading
Today’s virtual reality systems can create immersive visual experiences, but seldom do they enable users to feel anything — particularly walls, appliances and furniture. A new device developed at Carnegie Mellon University, however, uses multiple strings attached to the hand and … Continue reading
Animals have begun reclaiming the empty streets and without us humans in the way nature is thriving. The lockdowns have caused nitrogen dioxyde pollution levels to dive in Italy and China. From a climate perspective, the coronavirus pandemic is not … Continue reading