These lunar visions are astounding in their own right, but are made even more so when you discover that the filmmaker hasn’t digitally manipulated them at all.
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In this fascinating (and short) TED Talk, research neuroscientist Dr. Nicole Avena guides us through the crazy ways sugar interacts not only with our waistlines but our brains.
Beginning with Chet Akins’ signature Nashville picking style and ending with the avant-garde industrial shredding a la St. Vincent, this history of rock music will leave your head spinning. Oh, and this was shot in one take.
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Given its latitude, Norway is absolutely ideal for setting your sights upon the Northern Lights. Read more about them here.
If lofty intellectualism is good for anything besides confusing others, why–in spite of growing numbers of experts–do we see continued famine, war and violence? A new form of intelligence, so says Strummer, needs to be tapped into, and one that you cannot gain in a university setting.
As the magic of special effects becomes more impossible with every sci-fi movie that hits Hollywood theaters, filmmakers are thick in the race to the bottom, boldly venturing where no one’s gone before in an attempt to find new ways to bring the cosmos to the masses. One YouTube pioneer has done just that–but in a much more bank account friendly manner. Shanks FX, AKA Joey Shanks, is a 30-year-old filmmaker from North Carolina who is constantly coming up with new ways to recreate the movie magic of space, but with some rather terrestrial bits and bobs from around the home.