Sculptures by Johnson Tsang
Well, that happened.
How mirrors work in 3 mins. 2 words: MIND BLOWING
Richard Feynman | Knowing and “Knowing”
via the biodocumentary: The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out
Last thing I will say about James Watson…one of the reasons I became compelled to read further about his life and discovery of the double helix was upon learning of his inspiration and foray into science ignited by birdwatching with his father, which reminded me instantly of two minds that have influenced me greatly and to which started their young careers off the same way: Richard Feynman and Charles Darwin. How is this relevant? Read on and bookmark this film (below) on your MUST WATCH list…
Anyone who has read anything or watched any interviews/lectures of Richard P. Feynman’s knows that he was one of the most original, widely entertaining showmen of physics, let alone, the field of science as a whole. This movie condenses his life to explore who Feynman was as a person, how he interacted with the world & ultimately, how he fell in love. The story’s main focus is the way in which he met the woman who would become his wife. Exceptional movie for fans & admirers of Feynman, but a wonderful movie still for those who have not yet been introduced formally to his unmatched genius & persona.
The opening scene from the 1996 movie “Infinity”, showing physicist Richard Feynman in his youth learning a few things from his father.
Richard Feynman challenges a shop owner to a game of calculations.
More on the film here.
Unrelated but still personally “neat”: My name is Rich, from my name, Richard. All of my life I was referred to as “Richie”. So was Feynman.
10 Things I Hate About You vs. The 10 Commandments
I would go through so many phones.
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Subbed = speaking in japanese with english subtitles
Dubbed = speaking in english (usually with no subtitles)
- The Cat Returns: subbed | dubbed
- Grave of the Fireflies: subbed | dubbed
- Horus: Prince of the Sun: subbed | x
- Howl’s Moving Castle: subbed | dubbed
- Kiki’s Delivery Service: subbed | dubbed
- Laputa: Castle in the Sky: subbed | dubbed
- My Neighbor Totoro: subbed | dubbed
- My Neighbors the Yamadas: subbed | dubbed
- Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind: subbed | dubbed
- Only Yesterday: subbed | x
- Panda! Go Panda!: subbed | x
- Pom Poko: subbed | dubbed
- Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea: subbed | dubbed
- Porco Rosso: subbed | dubbed
- Princess Mononoke: subbed | dubbed
- The Secret World of Arrietty: subbed | dubbed
- Spirited Away: subbed | dubbed
- Tales from Earthsea: subbed | dubbed
- Whisper of the Heart: subbed | dubbed
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I never knew how much I wanted this. When I inevitably teach a lot of high school science courses I must use this gif.
I fucking love this
1. If your eyes follow the movement of the rotating pink dot, you will only see one color, pink.
2. Green Catastrophe: If you stare at the black + in the center, the moving dot turns to green.
3. Reality Shatter: Now, concentrate on the black + in the center of the picture. After a short period of time, many if not all of the pink dots will slowly disappear, and you may only see a green dot rotating.
Definitely click and zoom in for a closer view
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