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The contrasting and categorisation of emotions describes how emotions are thought to relate to each other. Various recent proposals of such groupings are described in the following sections.
Young Aussie designers talk us through the designs that got them to the Australian finals of the James Dyson Awards The James Dyson Awards for young inventors are always a treasure trove of fresh ideas and up-and-coming innovators - so we caught up with 8 of the Australian finalists and got them each to deliver us a 2-minute "elevator pitch" explaining their designs and the inspiration behind them. The videos after the jump highlight some of our favorite entries for this year's prize, including the winners.
Hypergraphy , also called hypergraphics and metagraphics , is a critical method developed by the Lettrist movement in the 1950s, which encompasses a synthesis of writing and other forms of media. [ 1 ] Isidore Isou , the founder of Lettrism, said that "Metagraphics or post-writing, encompassing all the means of ideographic, lexical and phonetic notation, supplements the means of expression based on sound by adding a specifically plastic dimension, a visual facet which is irreducible and escapes oral labelling..." [ 2 ] Hypergraphy merges poetry (text) with more visual (graphic) ways of communication such as painting, illustration or signs.
What if our existence is a holographic projection of another, flat version of you living on a two-dimensional "surface" at the edge of this universe? In other words, are we real, or are we quantum interactions on the edges of the universe - and is that just as real anyway? Whether we actually live in a hologram is being hotly debated, but it is now becoming clear that looking at phenomena through a holographic lens could be key to solving some of the most perplexing problems in physics, including the physics that reigned before the big bang,what gives particles mass, a theory of quantum gravity.
"QUANTUM SHOT" #722 Link - article by Avi Abrams Part 6 of Continuing Hilarity.
Metal detectors are often called "the gift that keeps on giving," a description that certainly holds true in the case of these 10 lucky treasure hunters, who got much more than they bargained for when their trusty machines alerted them to an underground discovery.
We’re not afraid to get nerdy here at UncommonGoods, so when we came across Vi Hart’s blog featuring mechanical music boxes we couldn’t wait to share!
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It Skews Your Perception of Time Picture, in your head, a timeline of your life.
Tetrachromacy is the condition of possessing four independent channels for conveying color information, or possessing four different types of cone cells in the eye .