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
I think I have already posted something about this guy – Tokio Mayers! Really talented musician in general and a genius pianist.
This a great old video explaining the differential gear. Enjoy!
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!
Follow this five series short documentary about the emerging player in cocaine production namely Peru. This is an interesting piece on how the war against drugs adapts to seemingly futile tactics adopted by mostly the West in this endless fight. I honestly do not believe that the answer is to try and regulate the production … More Peru the new King of coca production.