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Mind Blowing Dancing by Marquese Scott (ie. NONSTOP)

Mind Blowing Dancing by Marquese Scott (ie. NONSTOP)
This takes a moment to get started, but stick with it. I don’t think I’ve seen dancing this incredible hit the internet since clips of David Elsewhere started circulating about a decade ago. This guy achieves simply inhuman movement. Even after watching this twice, I still can’t convince myself the camera isn’t playing tricks. Who is this guy!? (via stellar) Update: The dancer is 29-year-old Marquese Scott who goes by the moniker NONSTOP.

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Back to the future: This man interviews his 12-year-old self Last updated: April 17, 2014 Jeremiah, meet Jeremiah. You look confused. Source: Reptile Rescue's Asian Water Monitor Care Tips Common Name: Asian Water Monitor Scientific Name: Varanus salvator Homeland: Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India Size: 5-6 feet long Paper Art - 100 Extraordinary Examples of Paper Art Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago. From complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area of design that is hardly talked about. These intricate paper designs grace museums and exauhibitions throughout the world and is becoming yet another exciting medium of expression for many designers. Some of the artists featured here use simple materials, such as A4 printing papeel, while others resort to unexpected materials, such as actual books, as their prime materials. In this article, we’ll take a look at 13 remarkable artists and showcase their truly amazing pieces of paper art.

- StumbleUpon Sesame Street's ravenous Cookie Monster is back in the limelight today after taking on Carly Rae Jepsen's catchy "Call Me Maybe" in fun spoof about his incessant cookie cravings. The "Share It Maybe" parody features new lyrics set to the beat of Jepsen's hit single and even mocks her and Jimmy Fallon's viral version from June. "Hey, me just met you, and this is crazy, but you got cookie so share it maybe," Cookie Monster belts in his low-pitched, gravelly voice. "It hard to look at, you snack maybe, but you got cookie so share it, baby." "Call Me Maybe," which hit number one on the iTunes singles chart and Billboard's Hot 100 chart in June, has been covered, parodied, lip-dubbed and danced to by countless athletes (see gallery below), half-naked models, musicians, digital versions of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, a public relations agency and many more people on YouTube.

Nile Monitor Care Nile Monitor Care Adapted from By Philippe de Vosjoli They look like dragons and behave like any other large carnivore. They’re imported indiscriminately, with thousands sold each year. Choi Xooang (click images for detail) All at once delicate and nightmarish these painted polymer clay figures by Seoul-based artist Choi Xooang are nothing short of remarkable. Try as I might it’s hard to find a definitive, trustworthy article to source information from, and even the spelling of his name seems to change from site to site. However it seems generally accepted that Xooang is attempting to draw attention to human rights abuses in Korea, and seeing these somewhat macabre, stunted figures unable to see or speak, it’s hard to dispute that. You can see much more of his work at Mu Um and Slash, though be warned it’s somewhat graphic (generally nudity). I admit the mushroom cloud sculpture is a bit of a one-off, but I saw it was just posted yesterday and couldn’t resist.

unification, spacetime foam, quantum vacuum, quantum fluctuations Physics of the early Universe is at the boundary of astronomy and philosophy since we do not currently have a complete theory that unifies all the fundamental forces of Nature at the moment of Creation. In addition, there is no possibility of linking observation or experimentation of early Universe physics to our theories (i.e. it's not possible to `build' another Universe). Our theories are rejected or accepted based on simplicity and aesthetic grounds, plus their power of prediction to later times, rather than an appeal to empirical results. This is a very difference way of doing science from previous centuries of research. Our physics can explain most of the evolution of the Universe after the Planck time (approximately 10-43 seconds after the Big Bang).

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