Posted by Alice Yoo Aakash Nihalani, the artist known for his playful masking tape illusions, has just sent word that he’s completed a new body of work called Projections. In this exciting new series, cubic designs are projected onto a white wall, becoming an interactive canvas for the viewer. Using coding and motion software, a sensor picks up the viewer’s hand movement on the projected design and, in real time, changes the overall look of the piece. As he describes it, “This exchange between the artwork and the viewer is essential in order to illuminate the underlying personality and sculptural … Continue reading Aakash Nihalani’s Projection Art Springs to Life with Human Interaction
by Daisy Luther I’ve always thought those giant Easter bunnies that walk around the mall were sort of creepy. I remember once when my oldest daughter was a toddler her absolute terror when one such mascot bent over her stroller and asked, “Want some candy, little girl?” Well, it seems that her instincts were right. Now that I know what’s in the “treats” that they push, I’m positive that taking candy from strange rabbits is a terrible idea. Today, I’m here to “ruin” Easter for you by telling you exactly what’s in that adorable little basket that pretty much everyone … Continue reading Want Some GMO Easter Candy, Little Girl?
Photo by Jacques de Vos The amazing underwater athletes are rewriting the science of the body. By Adam Piore In 2011, Hanli Prinsloo decided she wanted to break the woman’s world record in free diving. She would need to dive to 213 feet below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea and hold her breath for about four minutes. Until the 1960s, scientists believed it was not humanly possible. The increased water pressure at that depth, they argued, would crush her lungs. The then-33-year-old, South African, former acting student knew the feat would require rigorous training and commitment. But Prinsloo felt … Continue reading The Impossible Physiology of the Free Diver
But she later tried a new scanner that searches for proteins that are a marker for Alzheimer’s, and discovered she didn’t have it Because there is no definitive test for dementia, mistakes are made Dr Keith Souter looks at conditions that often get mistaken for the disease Read on for the second part of our major Good Health series on dementia By Dr Keith Souter Being diagnosed with dementia can come as a devastating and life-changing blow. As well as getting the right treatment, the patient’s future plans have to be rethought – and often those of their nearest and … Continue reading ‘Dementia’ victims who are just depressed or low on vitamins: Continuing our series, the patients told it’s Alzheimer’s when their real problems could be easily cured
by: J. D. Heyes (NaturalNews) Using financing from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ivy League Cornell University’s Alliance for Science has launched a multi-million-dollar broadside against a small food-oriented public interest group as a means of pushing genetically modified organisms to new markets around the world — and all in the name of advancing the welfare of Mankind. The group being targeted is called U.S. Right to Know, and its mission, according to the organization’s website, is to “expose what the food industry doesn’t want us to know.” The group was founded by Gary Ruskin, a long-time anti-GMO advocate. … Continue reading Pro-terrorist Cornell University takes money from globalist Bill Gates to push GMOs destroying America
The Russian military is in the midst of a sweeping modernization program by Michael Snyder The Russian military is in the midst of a sweeping modernization program, and it is currently developing some incredibly impressive offensive and defensive next-generation weapons that are designed to be used in a future war with the United States. The key to winning World War III will be to strike hard and to strike fast, and the Russians understand this. Meanwhile, the U.S. military has totally shifted gears from a “Cold War mindset” and is now completely focused on fighting smaller regional wars in the … Continue reading The Next-Generation Weapons That Russia Will Use Against The United States In World War III