Meet Grant Meyers, A Sound Artist In The Porn Industry

Believe it or not, there is a ton of intelligent life within the porn industry. Case in point: Grant Meyers, who makes a living by crafting the perfect sounds to complement adult films. Considering sound to be his paint, Meyers creates rich aural works with some rather unlikely objects. Says Meyers, “Erotica is about feeling and projecting yourself into a scene…but the true activity is on the aural level. Pixels aren’t real. Sound is real. Vibrations are the contact you make with another person.”

Capturing the Magic: The Greatest NFL Photos of All Time

Immortalizing the collective elation (or heartache) following a play in one single frame, sports and photography have been a complementary team since the invention of the first camera.

It’s in this vein that Sports Illustrated recently released what it considers to be the magazine’s greatest football photographs from its 60 years in print; a historic collection that captures memories and the raw, undiluted power of America’s national pastime.

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NFL Photos Hernandez

2011: Aaron Hernandez of the New England Patriots has his helmet forcibly removed by linebacker David Harris of the New York Jets. Hernandez would soon be out of the league, pending trial on multiple murder charges.

NFL Photos Barry Sanders

1994: NFL all-time great Barry Sanders ran like nobody before him, and nobody since. Sanders retired after the 1998 season still in the peak of his career, leaving many to wonder what his stats would look like if he had continued to play.

NFL Photos Bobby Layne

1954: Bobby Layne and the two-time defending champion Detroit Lions take on the St. Louis Rams. Layne is pictured jumping up to sneak a pass over the Rams’ defender.

NFL Photos Zorich

1994: Steam pours off the head of the Bears’ Chris Zorich on one of Green Bay’s 15 degree days.

NFL Photos Cincy Score

2003: Knowing that the orange pylon is by rule part of the end zone, Cincinnati Bengal’s running back Jeremi Johnson uses his foot to ensure the touchdown whilst flying out of bounds.

NFL Photos David Tyree

2008: In the most famous play in recent history, New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree catches a pass against his helmet to extend the drive in the final 2 minutes of Super Bowl XLII. The play enabled the Giants to continue down the field and score the game winning touchdown to defeat the then-undefeated New England Patriots.

NFL Photos Butkus

1968: Eight-time pro-bowler and NFL Hall-of-Famer Dick Butkus struck fear into the hearts of opposing quarterbacks throughout his career. Many still consider him to be among the best linebackers to ever suit up for the NFL.

NFL Photos Dolphins Redskins

1973: Dolphins’ Manny Fernandez leaves his feet in an attempt to block the pass of the Redskins quarterback Billy Kilmer in Super Bowl VII. The Dolphins came out victorious with a final score of 14-7.

NFL Photos Emmitt Smith

1994: NFL all-time leading rusher Emmitt Smith runs through the defense wall of New York Giants - and their Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor.

NFL Photos Flying High

2002: Not all the great action takes place during the regular season and playoffs; Dolphins’ tight end Randy McMichael took to the air to score a touchdown in a preseason game against the New Orleans Saints.

NFL Photos Flying RG3

2012: Though the Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III stepped out of bounds during the play, it nonetheless led to a thrilling photograph of him stretched towards the end zone in this midair leap.

NFL Photos Fog Bowl

1988: The Fog Bowl saw the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Chicago Bears in an AFC Divisional Playoff game for the ages. The game is remembered more for what could not be seen, as dense fog covered the field for much of the contest. The Bears went on to win 20-12 in the extremely adverse conditions.

NFL Photos Gifford

1960: Giants star Frank Gifford lies prone on the turf after a hard hit by Eagles linebacker Chuck Bednarik. This would not only ruin Frank’s day, but keep him off the field for the rest of the season.

NFL Photos Hayes

2009: Geno Hayes of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers finds himself in a precarious position during a field goal attempt by the Green Bay Packers.

NFL Photos Jackie Smith

1979: The Dallas Cowboys tight end Jackie Smith drops a potential game-tying touchdown pass in Super Bowl XIII. The Cowboys settled for a field goal on the drive, and eventually lost the game 35-31 to the Pittsburg Steelers.

NFL Photos Joe Montana

1989: Joe Montana leads his San Francisco 49ers ninety-two yards down the field for the game winning touchdown in Super Bowl XXIII. Montana’s 49ers won the game 20-16.

NFL Photos Randy Moss

2001: Viking’s wide receiver Randy Moss makes a fingertip catch against the Pittsburg Steelers. One of the most dynamic receivers ever to play in the NFL, Moss made catches like this commonplace throughout his career.

NFL Photos Ref Tackle

1994: Raiders linebacker Mike Jones is held by an official during the game. Surprisingly, the official did not have a penalty called against him on the play.

NFL Photos Reggie Phillips

1986: The Bears’ Reggie Phillips celebrates after returning an interception for a touchdown against the Patriots in Super Bowl XX. The Bears would go on to blow out the Patriots 46-10.

NFL Photos The Catch

1982: Dwight Clark makes a last minute touchdown catch in the NFC Championship, winning the game and putting the San Francisco 49ers into their first Super Bowl. The play would come to simply be known as ‘The Catch.’

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What Is Cancer, Anyway?

Without a doubt, if you were to walk outside and ask someone, anyone on the street: Would you give 5 years of your life to cure cancer?, they’d invariably say Of course! But I have some unfortunate news for you- there is no one disease called “cancer”, and there won’t be just one cure.

Cancer is just a result of the way we’re built, and has hundreds of known environmental causes, from viruses to bacteria to exposure to chemicals. The root cause of cancer is something that can’t really be fixed, and it’s something we’re all susceptible to: clerical errors in our genetics.

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