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This is your brain on Warhol. Well, not your brain, but someone’s. This work by Valerie van Mulukom is one of 55 featured in the Cirque du Cerveau, an art competition that challenged neuroscientists from around the world to turn … Continue reading →
Fans of classic sci-fi movies (we’re safe in assuming there are at least a couple of you out there, right?) will know the theremin well. Among the earliest ventures into electronic music, the notoriously difficult to master instrument converts electrical … Continue reading →
It may be INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY elsewhere on the Internet. Here, though, we’re celebrating Tau Day – because every number that helps us determine the circumference of things is due its fifteen minutes of fame. Mathematically speaking, tau (τ) … Continue reading →
It’s been said that stars are just like the rest of us. But Japan’s newest pop sensation, Aimi Eguchi, really isn’t like the rest of us. Check out this video of Eguchi. Notice anything strange? While the rest of us … Continue reading →
Do you know anyone who ever tires of listening to Carl Sagan talk about space? Yeah, neither do we. That’s why we’re thankful for The Sagan Series, a collection of video montages combining music, news clips, film footage, and Carl … Continue reading →
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