My close friend whom I met in university during my masters, has finally started a blog. He is a great writer and has a fantastic way of looking at the world. Always positive and hopeful even in the face of tremendous adversity, it is truly inspiring and I am very lucky to know him as … More A friends new blog – Worth checking it out
There are usually three phases in the journey through the metal detector at the airport. First one is when you think, “right, everything is alright, I triple checked my pockets, I know whats in my bags and I am confident to go through”. Second, you look at the security officer on the other side of … More The journey through the metal detector
This a great old video explaining the differential gear. Enjoy!
Here is a glimpse back in time. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUuwG6LcYyLganS7LAId9Kg/videos
Great visual experiment! Dan Burns explains his space-time warping demo at a PTSOS workshop at Los Gatos High School, on March 10, 2012. Thanks to Shannon Range from the Gravity Probe B program for creating the original demonstration which he shared with Dan in 2004. Information on how to make your own Space-time Simulator can … More How to visualize space-time warping.
How does privilege look like and why do the “privileged” not see this disparity? Here is a short and simple visualized demonstration of the fundamental workings of privilege which can be applied to many of today’s societal rifts between the privileged and the non-privileged.
I had no idea about the mechanism of tattoo removal and what it really means. This is a very enlightening clip about it and good for anyone out there considering getting a tattoo. enjoy!
Weird how some songs hit you in a special way! Enjoy 🙂
His name is Wesseh Freeman, he’s a self-taught singer and composer from Monrovia (Liberia). Wesseh is blind and plays music in the streets to make a living. He made his “guitar” himself out an oil can. What an inspiration!