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'Six Tuscan Poets' by Italian artist Giorgio Vasari born July 30, 1511 +Minneapolis Institute of Arts, available online in high resolution: http://goo.gl/IXc1Ch #art
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Awesome snow sculptures at #breckenridge #colorado 
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Dream...a little dream.
#nasa #universe #dreams 
A team of physicists has provided some of the clearest evidence yet that our Universe could be just one big projection.In 1997, theoretical physicist Juan Maldacena proposed that an audacious model of the Universe in which gravity arises from infinitesimally thin, vibrating strings could be reinterpreted in terms of well-established physics. The mathematically intricate world of strings, which exist in nine dimensions of space plus one of time, w...
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Oh so inspiring and just lovely.  These light Installations by Yayoi Kusama remind of the infinity within.   #art   #installationart   #yayoikusama  
Judging by the long lines that have snaked around Chelsea's David Zwirner gallery this week, it seems that New York has found its next big blockbuster art installation: I Who Have Arrived in Heaven, a spectacular and intense show by 84-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama--we got a chance to film inside.
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What's really different about male and female brains.

A new study sheds new light how men's and women's brains tend to be "wired" differently. 

In general, men's brains tend to have more connective "wiring," and more connections within each hemisphere, while women's brains tend to have more "computational" cells, with more connections between the two hemispheres.

Researchers conclude that male wiring favors motor skills, while female brains favor "combining analytical and intuitive thinking," or, as my wife calls it, "being right." ; ) 

Researchers warn that generalizations don't always apply to individuals.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=how-mens-brains-are-wired-differently-than-women
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The World's Largest Rooftop Farm is in Brooklyn, NY. This is awesome and inspiring. #UrbanFarming
 
Featuring our dear friend Gwen Schantz - "Brooklyn Farmer" explores the unique challenges facing Brooklyn Grange, a group of #UrbanFarmers who endeavor to run a commercially viable farm within the landscape of #NYC. As their growing operation expands to a second roof, the team confronts the realities inherent in operating the world’s largest rooftop farm in one of the world's biggest cities.
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the pleasure is all mine
to finally let go
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R.J. Rushmore, the fella behind +Vandalog, interviewed me for his book about #streetart in the age of the internet. I have a few opinions about the pros and cons, and so do many others. Check it out: http://bitly.com/OGViralArt

-Shepard
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A 'little free library' just popped up by a beautiful tree in my neighborhood. How cool is that?! +LittleFreeLibrary
http://littlefreelibrary.org/

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Richard Balzer - Phenakistoscopes, Praxinoscopes, and Zoetropes of the 1800s 
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