Time Is an Illusion: Past, Present, and Future All Exist Now [MUST SEE VIDEO] Conscious Life News | “People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” – Albert Einstein Brian Greene, Professor of Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University, presents interesting information about the nature of space-time, including an explanation of how past, present, and future all exist in the now. Time.
European word translator: an interactive map showing "welcome" in over 30 languages Enter one or two lower-case English words to see translations from Google Translate. Examples: banana the cat she runs Random words: auction behave Mapping the Human Condition by Maria Popova What the empire of love has to do with the intellect forest and the bay of agoraphobia. We love maps. There’s something about cartography that lends itself to visualizing much more than land and geography. Who is the Man with the Name that Rhymes? It's been a while since another post. There are many topics that I have cached that I'd like to write on. If it weren't for the troubling aspect of so many things eating at my free time, you'd see more posts on here. I'm not sure there are many readers on here anyway, I've notice the traffic has slowed down to very little these days. Partly because Google hasn't been indexing the site correctly which I fixed not too long ago. I'm sure the sporadic updates are another reason.
The Monthly Conflict Situation Report PrevNext September 2015 Mouse over a country for an update Click on a country for more Conflict Risk Alert: Where You Are: Cartography as Wayfinding for the Soul by Maria Popova Mapping the human experience based on disposition rather than position. Humanity has had a long and obsessive relationship with maps as sensemaking tools serving such diverse purposes as propaganda, imaginative interpretation, emotional memory, and timekeeping. This Is Roughly 200 Years Of American History In One Mesmerizing GIF There's a ton of juicy stuff in this incredible map. Couple of takeaways for me: 1. How about that neutral territory between Oklahoma and Texas that went away around 1890? Trying to get mail there must've been a real bummer. 2.
36 maps that will make you see the world in completely new ways The internet has led to a renaissance in mapmaking, with thousands of interactive, illustrated, informational, or just plain silly maps being published on a daily basis. We’ve done a number of other pieces on some of the web’s interesting and weird maps, but there’s thousands more out there, and it can be hard to keep up. So here’s another installment, with 36 new maps we haven’t posted before. 1. Wind map of America Check out the live map of America’s winds at Hint.fm.
ESL Teacher Handouts, Grammar Worksheets and Printables Free English grammar and vocabulary worksheets and printable handouts, for English language and English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers and instructors to use in the classroom or other teaching environment. Get our ESL handouts newsfeed: Beginner English Handouts Adjectives and Adverbs Articles Geography, Topography, and Everythingography by Maria Popova Google vs. Hitler, underwear peninsulas, Hansel and Gretel, global black holes, 18th century German lovescapes, how Holland’s streets are finally becoming rivers, why Philly is reinventing the wheel, and what Joan Miró has to do with NASA. We’re exorcising our maps obsession. Alright, folks. It’s happening: Google has officially begun its world conquest.