Insane Timelapse of a Texas Supercell Tornado
Found at animalnewyork.com
Things Come Apart by Todd McLellan - in pictures
Canadian photographer Todd McLellan makes visible the inner workings of everyday products by dismantling, carefully arranging the components and photographing them. His book, Things Come Apart, presents a unique view of items such as chainsaws and iPods, transforming ordinary objects into works of art Read more…Found at The Gaurdian
A behind-the-scenes look at Wikipedia reveals what people argue about in different languages.
Read more at NewScientists.com
Undergrowth Episode 5 - Mary Mattingly
This week Travis and Josh hang out with Mary Mattingly at The Undergrowth. We talk deadly day-dreams, autonomous living systems, seed banks and much more…
A big thanks to The Sirs for letting us feature some of their new album Miserable on Psychic Volt Records.
A theorist who can’t stop planning has big ideas for his hometown on sustainability, equity and the right to the city
Consciousness & the Brain: John Searle at TEDxCERN
John Searle one of the world’s great philosophers of mind and language, has spent fifty years stimulating thinking around the world. What he says about consciousness as a biological phenomenon will challenge you! Cogitation, Consciousness & The Brain.
Making Robots to that interact with Humans…
Only slightly weird how normal this seems to this guy, but somebody has to build em. I’m wondering who’s buying them.
Kelvin Doe at TEDxTeen
THNKR is proud to present the next chapter in the riveting story of 15-Year-Old engineering prodigy Kelvin Doe. THNKR has exclusive access to Kelvin as he returns to the United States to deliver a riveting talk at TedxTeen and grapples with the impact of newfound YouTube superstardom.
Original Video of Kelvin at MIT
Found at THNKR
From its slot-machine rewards to its ability to spur our fight-or-flight response, the Internet’s structure makes it easy to use it compulsively.
Scientists at Michigan State University’s Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, in two parallel papers published in this week’s journal PLOS ONE, develop an entirely new integrated approach to quantify human dependence on ecosystem services and human well-being so as to promote the understanding of the linkages between them-an important step toward improved understanding, monitoring and management of coupled human and natural systems. Read more…
Rather than being the final resort, migration is a key tactic in the human response to climate change, argues a leading geographer