Monsters of the Cosmos

Monsters of the Cosmos

Another great one my friends!

Symphony of Science returns! Morgan Freeman and a choir of scientists sing to you about the science and freakiness of black holes.

Video sources:

NOVA – Mystery of the Milky Way
Through The Wormhole: The Riddle of Black Holes
Who’s Afraid of a Big Black Hole (BBC)
Swallowed by a Black Hole (BBC)

More Bluesday Mood Lifters – BAM!

Scouring the Earth (from the safely of my bedroom, of course), I’ve left practically no stone unturned (well, I might have missed a few) in the never-ending quest to lift my mood out of the gutter. As such, it is with great pride (and no small amount of shame) that I present to you these latest morsels for your entertainment pleasure…

Wednesday Wonders

A few short videos (totaling roughly 8 minutes) for those who, like me, are in need of a little “hump day” inspiration… :D Via melodysheep: Remixes for the Soul on YouTube Via MinuteEarth on YouTube Via MinutePhysics on YouTube Via Book Review: Your Ticket to the Universe @ Universe TodayAlso see Win a Copy of…

Release The Loons!

Well whaddayaknow? Someone’s starting a crazy St. Patrick’s Day “Chase for the Charms” contest – just in time for all those drunken students looking to end their spring breaks with a bang: Hell, even the folks at melodysheep are jumping on the crazy train: Oh good grief. Run for your lives everyone! :shock: I want…

And Speaking Of Relative…

Here’s another example of that Cosmic Synchronicity? thing. Right after I joked about “normal” being a relative thing in my Butterfly! post, the people at melodysheep posted this cool new video to cause my other “personality” to get all hot and bothered! :D “A musical celebration of E=MC squared and Einstein’s theory of relativity. Featuring…

Humanity’s Epoch : ANTHROPOCENE

Two very nice videos. The first is from an upload to the melodysheep: Remixes for the Soul YouTube channel: A look at Humanity’s geological epoch: the Anthropocene. In collaboration with Elementa: Embracing the concept that basic knowledge can foster sustainable solutions for society, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene is a new scientific journal published on…

Wednesday’s Wonders…

“The Census Dotmap is a project by Brandon Martin-Anderson, who wanted an image of human settlement patterns that didn’t use political boundaries. He wrote a script that organized all the census data into points that got drawn into the block-level counts… well, you can see more about how he made it here.”