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Sarah Donner bills herself as a singer/songwriter/creative type. Her music is quirky and often related to science, in a roundabout peripheral way. Here are a couple of videos from her YouTube channel. The Rebuttal of Schrödinger’s Cat
Autoway Tires in Japan has a new ad out that shows the need for good traction in the snow when faced with supernatural beings. There’s just nothing worse than being run down by the undead while you sit a spin … Continue reading
Jeff Friesen is a photographer based in Halifax NS. Along with numerous international awards, he has had his photographs published in such papers as National Grographic, Der Spiegal (Germany), London Daily Mail, Saltscapes, and many others. As a sideline, he … Continue reading
I love a good beer and when I travel I enjoy finding locally brewed beer, or just a beer with a eye-catching name or label. A few I’ve delved into recently include: King’s Table Real Ale purchased at the Tower … Continue reading
I was a bit old by the time mosh pits became popular, but I have been in a few clubs where they were happening. In fact, in one, some of the dancers formed a wall between us and the pit … Continue reading
Ok, I’m just putting this here without further comment.
This is a performing artist balancing weighted sticks to create an unbelievable example of physics and biology.
Wingsuit / BASE-jump athlete Alexander Polli does the never before done—a tactical flight through a narrow cave on a rugged mountainside. The flight starts with a jump from a hovering helicopter, Alexander reaches speeds of 250 km/h (155 mph) while … Continue reading
Tableau Software in Seattle is the home for this creation as shown in the Ocre Jelly‘s Flickr Photostream. After the death of the Emperor Palpatine and Lord Vader, the Empire made a last ditch attempt to thwart their enemies by … Continue reading