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According to The Australian, food scientists claim new federal draft dietary guidelines stick to nutritional “dogma” like a sticky date pudding and lump sugar in the fattening category along with fats and salt. Not true, says Professor Jennie Brand-Miller, author of The Low GI Diet and recipient this month of an Order of Australia. “Unlike […]
For astrology enthusiasts, this moon means some melancholy, ultra-pragmatic and yet ultimately awesome romantic realizations – and also a cosmic truth-drug of sorts. Keep your eyes and ears open, you may just hear what you’ve been wanting to know for a while. Source One: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-13786517 Source Two: http://www.smh.com.au/environment/blood-red-moon-shines-over-sydney-20110616-1g4jg.html
The following statements are (pretty much) not true: We use only 10 percent of our brains. “Flashbulb memories” are precise, detailed and persistent. It’s all downhill after 40 (or 50 or 60 or 70). Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. More here: Smithsonian Magazine
Animatronics is the use of electronics and robotics in mechanised puppets to simulate life.
Time Lapse Milky Way – Source Link or Here:
Coldplay – The Scientist (Maarten De Jong Bootleg Remix) Come up to meet you, tell you I’m sorry You don’t know how lovely you are I had to find you Tell you I need you Tell you I set you apart Tell me your secrets And ask me your questions Oh, lets go back to […]
As seen on SlashFilm Reading more into this and looking at other translations, the ‘time-travel’ aspect may not be correct; rather it is the representation of historical characters that is becoming unacceptable. I’m looking into this more, and for now I’m leaving the headline and story as-is, but proceed with that note in mind. It’s […]