V for Vendetta (2005) Are Space And Time An Illusion? Every event in the past, present and future have already happened. We just happen to be traveling through the events on our own linear timescale. If you're still struggling to comprehend this unintuitive idea, then think about this analogy that Perez-Giz uses in the video: "Imagine we're all reading a flipbook made of graph paper. Everyone agrees on the story, but we don't agree on which page numbers each event happens on, how many pages there are between events or the order of some of those events. Except that we are all reading the same book." The phenomenon of measuring different time scales for the same event is discussed in the following mind-boggling video by Gabe Perez-Giz below: Read this next: Lab Worker Accidentally Infects Himself With Smallpox-Like Virus
John Adams (TV mini-series 2008) Killer Elite (2011) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) How to Make Infused Water | Tips for Making Your Own Flavored Water This year, I’ve made it a goal to drink more water. That sluggish, headachy, a little “off” feeling seemed to hit me when I wasn’t properly hydrated. To make the resolution stick, I’ve had to go beyond ‘trying to remember’ to drink more and take specific actions to make it a habit. First, I bought my own special water bottle and started carrying it with me wherever I go. We know sugary drinks aren’t good for us because they are high in calories, and they don’t really hydrate us all that well. Believe it or not, you really can infuse water easily with fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices. You can infuse water with any number of herbs, spices, edible flowers, fruit and even vegetables! Gather ingredients I like to use large glass bottles or jars with lids. Be patient Let the water sit for a few hours to allow the flavors to infuse. Drink + refill Pour a glass and enjoy! Here are 5 of my favorite flavor combinations. 1. 2. If you don’t have cilantro, then use mint or basil instead. 3. 4. 5.
Everything Is Illuminated (2005) Premium Rush (2012) Æon Flux (2005) Homemade Tonic Water for the Ultimate Gin and Tonic - Pinch and Swirl I believe we’ve done the work to call this the ultimate Gin and Tonic recipe. After several attempts to make an exceptional homemade tonic syrup – including this famous recipe from Jeffrey Morgenthaler, and this one from Lottie + Doof, via Tony Cecchini and the NYTimes – Keith and I were unsatisfied. In all cases, we liked the tonic, but we didn’t love it. Our biggest complaint – we couldn’t taste the gin. Gin is divisive, isn’t it. Do you know anyone who’s on the fence about it? After each attempt at a homemade version, we would end up back with our favorite store-bought tonic, Fever Tree Naturally Light Tonic Water. We started the experiment to create our own recipe with 3 criteria: The syrup had to be delicious, but subtle enough to accentuate, not overpower the gin flavor.It had to be cold extracted because cooked citrus zest tastes, well, cooked.It needed to be just barely sweet and pleasantly bitter. The first version had just citrus zest and lemongrass. I was wrong, sort of.