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Memoirs of a Travelling Architect

As globalisation increases and urban sprawl spreads, cities are gradually becoming more and more homogenised, losing any sense of character and cultural difference. This highly experimental film explores the relationship between place and memory as experienced by architect James Davidson, … Continue reading

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This Dolphin Hunts Fish With ‘Net’ Made of Mud – National Geographic

//assets.nationalgeographic.com/modules-video/latest/assets/ngsEmbeddedVideo.html?guid=00000164-d217-da64-afed-de5fbffa0000 Rare video shows bottlenose dolphin using ‘mud-ring feeding’ technique alone. More often a group behavior, it has only been observed in Florida dolphins.[…] Source: This Dolphin Hunts Fish With ‘Net’ Made of Mud

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Watch the evolutionary life of an organism unfold in a bizarre landscape. –SCREENINGS– Chicago International Film Festival – Official Selection Ann Arbor Film Festival – Official Selection London International Animation Festival – Official Selection Flatpack Film Festival – Official Selection … Continue reading

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Creme That Egg, a Pitagora Suichi-inspired chain reaction machine – The Kid Should See This

In 2008, Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines launched his YouTube channel with a Pitagora Suichi-inspired chain reaction marble run of sorts that spanned his apartment. The video was called Creme That Egg. And it doesn’t end well for the Cadbury … Continue reading

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This Sahara Railway Is One of the Most Extreme in the World – National Geographic

//assets.nationalgeographic.com/modules-video/latest/assets/ngsEmbeddedVideo.html?guid=00000164-3d92-dc4f-a57e-7f9fadfd0000 At more than 430 miles long, the Mauritania Railway has been transporting iron ore across the blistering heat of the Sahara Desert since 1963. One of the longest and heaviest trains in the world, the 1.8-mile beast runs from … Continue reading

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Copia A (3D animated short film by Trexel Animation)

Synopsis: Tells the adventures and misfortunes of Demódoco, a projectionist, who discovers by chance a one-of-a-kind way to get pleasure. However, abusing it leads to risky consequences. Technical data: Script, design and direction: Gervasio Rodríguez Traverso & Pablo Alberto Díaz. … Continue reading

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HPE: Moral Code, The Ethics of AI

The implications and promises of artificial intelligence (AI) are unimaginable. But what’s possible today will be dwarfed by the great potential of AI in the near future. The responsibility to raise these questions does not rest solely on the shoulders … Continue reading

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The War on Consciousness – Graham Hancock

What is death? Our materialist science reduces everything to matter, materialist science in the West says that we are just meat, we’re just our bodies. So when the brain is dead, that’s the end of consciousness, there is no life … Continue reading

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People react to being called Beautiful (Brussels, Belgium)

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How Many Friends Do You Need? – LifeHacker

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