“So Slow You Can See The Bullet”

UltraSlo has the most amazing slow motion videos: Here is a slow motion of Ray Comfort’s hopes that the banana can prove there must be an intelligent designer being visually represented: Bee! The beautiful wasp: More Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Amazing Chalkboard Animation

I botched this post yesterday and didn’t realize it until now as I was without internet all afternoon and night yesterday.  Instead of the main chalkboard animation I meant to post I accidentally reposted the Obama and kid footage.  HERE now is the one of the most spectacular art projects I’ve ever seen.  It’s directed [Read More...]

The Simpsons Take On Creationism

Unreasonable Faith has a 12+ minute clip of a few year old episode. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Classical Music On The Accordian

His name is Aleksandr Hrustevich and his skills are unbelievable, he’s like a one man orchestra: His YouTube channel is here. [Read more...]

Nasty, Brutish, And Short

Yeah, this kid will stop being funny soon as he grows up enough to have the slightest modicum of power over anybody or anything. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Dead Fly Art

Thirteen more neat poses here. (via) Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Growth

Passion Looking Up by *In-the-picture on deviantART By Gerard De Nerval who insists no cropping or tweaking were involved in the production of this picture (besides watermarking). Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Missed Connections

Tuesday, October 6, 2009 -m4w (L train to Manhattan) You were reading Catch-22 on the subway this morning. I have never seen such a beautiful profile. I wanted to say hi, but then you’d turn towards me and I wouldn’t be able to look at your profile anymore. You were so into your book, I [Read More...]

Blasphemy Day Posters

Blaghag has photos of all the posters from her Non-Theist Society’s “Blasphemy Day” during which students were given poster board to say whatever they wanted about whatever they wanted, as a celebration of free speech.  Here’s just one of the 16 students filled up: Ouch for Aristotle.  Who saw that coming on a blasphemy poster? [Read More...]


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