Nietzsche: Beyond Good and Evil A brilliant young man, he was appointed professor at the University of Basel aged 24 having not even finished his degree. His evanescent philosophical life ended 20 years later when he went insane and died shortly afterwards. Nietzsche's argued that the Christian system of faith and worship was not only incorrect, but harmful to society because it allowed the weak to rule the strong - it suppressed the will to power which was the driving force of human character. Nietzsche wanted people to throw of the shackles of our misguided Christian morality and become supermen - free and titanic. However, without God he felt that the future of man might spiral into a society of nihilism, devoid of any meaning; his aim was for man to realise the lack of divine purpose and create his own values.
Lost in Translation "Language is the source of misunderstandings." — Antoine de Saunt-Exupéry in The Little Prince Important: Systran, which for years provided our translation functionality, shut down their service in May. We're now using Google Translate. Unfortunately, the Google Translate API has been officially deprecated as of May 26, 2011. Google's API will be shut off completely on December 1, 2011. Therefore, barring the emergence of new, publicly-available machine translation API, this site will disappear on December 1, 2011. NOVA The 100-Year-Old Idea That Could Change Flight Inspired by birds, bats, and the Wright brothers, engineers are building the next breakthrough in aviation. From NOVA Next | Feb 22, 2017 Key Brain Regions Found To Be Smaller in People With ADHD
Google Videos MoreEven more from Google Sign in Videos Privacy Terms Settings Advertising Business About Stop Motion Film "Zero" Contemplates Value Of Life "Zero" is beautiful stop motion short film about a world where people are born into a numerical class system. Our hero is born with a zero on his chest and is therefore faced with constant prejudice and persecution. Husband and wife film-making team Christopher and Christine Keseloz have worked on their dark fairytale for two years. Off-kilter and a bit creepy, their creation is ultimately heartwarming.
6 Awesome Alternatives to YouTube The old adage that success breeds success underpins most monopolies. Whether it’s search engines or social networks, hegemony stems from success. A good case in point is Google, which not only has the lion’s share of the search market, but it’s also the world’s most visited website according to Alexa’s ranking system. And Google-owned YouTube is the world’s third most visited website, testament to the popularity of video-sharing among the Web’s populace. But in the same way as Linux and Android (the latter of which falls under the auspices of Google too) offer open-source operating systems for those opposed to the Microsoft and Apple duopolies, there are alternatives to YouTube. You just might not have seen them because YouTube’s large cranium has been obscuring the view.
Sexiest Weather Girls - Don Weather Girls. They cheer us up on rainy days, and brighten our lives with their chirpy enthusiasm on good days. Weather girls on TV, not only know lots about meteorology, they also look very sexy. They speak to the very souls of men, when they look out from the TV, with their wonderful outfits and clothes, and always beaming bright smiling faces. This guide is a look at the profiles of some of the very best weather girls around the world. The God Particle If you were to dig a hole 300 feet straight down from the center of the charming French village of Crozet, you’d pop into a setting that calls to mind the subterranean lair of one of those James Bond villains. A garishly lit tunnel ten feet in diameter curves away into the distance, interrupted every few miles by lofty chambers crammed with heavy steel structures, cables, pipes, wires, magnets, tubes, shafts, catwalks, and enigmatic gizmos. This technological netherworld is one very big scientific instrument, specifically, a particle accelerator-an atomic peashooter more powerful than any ever built. It’s called the Large Hadron Collider, and its purpose is simple but ambitious: to crack the code of the physical world; to figure out what the universe is made of; in other words, to get to the very bottom of things. Starting sometime in the coming months, two beams of particles will race in opposite directions around the tunnel, which forms an underground ring 17 miles in circumference.