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Modular Origami: The Ancient Art of Kusudama Evolved


Kusudama is a traditional Japanese art form which has evolved in to what is now generally referred to as modular origami.  With some remarkable examples, here is the basic difference between the two.

Particle Flow


The video above records a kinetic motion study created by Michael Schmitz and team for a well known stryenics provider.

Dancing on Air: When Indoor-Skydiving becomes Ballet


This is quite incredible to watch.  Professional dancer Inka Tiitto just happens to be a champion indoor skydiver too.

Courage: What it Takes to Stop Bullying


So many people witness bullying but do nothing about it as they often fear that they will end up being bullied themselves.

Alphabetic


Do you know your alphabet?  My best guess is that your answer is in the affirmative but as anyone who ever watched the BBC in the 1970s knows, there’s nothing quite like a repeat.

Jabuticaba – The Tree that Fruits on its Trunk


No, this is not a belated April Fool’s prank. They look as if they may have been pinned there by an over enthusiastic gardener to impress the neighbors but the fruit of the Jabuticaba really does grow off the trunk of the tree.

The Swimming Pigs of The Bahamas


Ever fancied a lifetime frolicking on a beach somewhere in The Bahamas?  You might not achieve that particular dream but these pigs have.

Haidama - What Happened when Japanese Americans were Freed from Internment?


There had been a number of laws in the USA which had prevented American Asians from being able, among other things, to own land, vote or even testify against white people in court.

Zombie Insects: Bizarre and Terrifying Parasites


While World War Z is less than likely to happen anytime soon, zombie-like behavior has been scientifically recorded in a wide variety of animals.

Caminito del Rey: The Most Dangerous Pathway in the World?


At first glance many might think I might like to have a go at doing that.  Then you look down. For most people, might like quickly turns in to would never, ever in a million years.  Welcome to Spain's Caminito del Rey, quite possibly the most dangerous pathway in the world.

Fact about the Flu Vaccine you Need to Knew


Are you thinking of having a flu jab?  There are many myths around the flu vaccine and the side effects it can cause – in fact around its efficacy in general.

Lost in the Wild


The longer name of this interesting short is The untold story of Robots learning to coexist with Nature.

The Case of the Missing Garden Gnome


Tim the garden gnome is missing and his owner has called upon the services of hard-boiled private eye Seamus Biggs.

The Lifeguard Towers of Miami Beach


Lifeguard towers can be found the world over.  Yet not many places can boast as many unique examples of this form of architecture as those along the eight and a half mile stretch of Miami Beach.  All told there are twenty five towers guarding those who use the beach.

Cry Me a River


A man writes off his ex-lover by manifesting a ‘river’ of female dancers to act as an extension of his indifference toward her.

The Break


Do you do a job which, little by little, has overtaken your life so that instead of doing a job you have become the job?

Alison Moyet Sings Shakespeare


This is rather lovely.  Alison Moyet sings Sigh No More from Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.  The song reminds the audience that relationships are always full of difficulties and that men and women can be very different when it comes to their particular take on love.

The Galileo Thermometer – Beautiful Science


Galileo Galilei was an Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer and philosopher who had  a major role in the scientific revolution of the sixteenth century.  He was the first to discover that the density of liquid changes as a result of increasing or decreasing temperatures.

Cork: Harvest for the Patient Farmer


Have you ever wondered where that cork in your bottle of wine comes from?  The answer is most likely to be Spain or Portugal, where over half of the world’s cork is harvested - it is in fact the National Tree of the latter country.

Sleep Walk


A black hole appears over Manhattan – apocalypse is now. However, amid the destruction a man whose life has been marred by tragedy discovers that redemption is, after all, possible.


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