I am also keenly interested in the Human brain and all the hard and soft sciences that go along with it: Philosophy, Ethics, Psychology
I love music, art, and photography as well, and until quite recently have been lamenting the fact that I was pretty much incapable to creating any of these.
(Oh how I hate to admit that!!)
I still love the song, though.
One of my favorite unsung
He has quite a nice voice, I have to say, so even if this isn't your style, I hope you can still appreciate his talent.
Why not go check it out. I think you'll like it.
Why, yes, please. This is just the sort of thing that I enjoy reading about.
I have no idea what to make of this, it's just kind of cool. If you click on the images in the blog post, they open up and become interactive, which is also cool.
Dyer's suggests that one reason we have so much pent-up aggression over cute pictures is that seeing something cute, like a baby, drives us to want to take care of it. But we can't reach through a photograph to cuddle it, so we get frustrated -- and then aggressive.
Why, yes. Yes it is.
And, as illustrates, it appears to do so with much gusto.
I'm super-geeked about the future of EV's, and I am utterly in awe of how far we've already come, thanks, in large part to what has achieved over the past few years.
The truth is that they had to build this car first in order to get the infrastructure in-place to support the lower-end versions.
And, making it out-perform every other sports-sedan on the planet and safer than every other vehicle ever built was, in all honesty, sheer Genius on their part. Without those two badges of honor, the Early Adopters never would've materialized, and they've certainly relying on those Early Adopters to help lay the groundwork for all sorts of industry-changing things, from their distribution model, to their SuperCharger network, to their upcoming Gigafactory.
The various styles of animation over the years were captured perfectly, I thought, and I really thought incorporating the themes from the Superman and Man of Steel movies was a nice touch.
This animation cleverly weaves together some of the defining moments of the 75 years of Superman’s history from all media. The art style cleverly adapts to the different eras as does the music. It’s clever and fun retrospective.
Really my only criticism is that it’s too short.
This thing might even last longer than two meals, too!
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