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Super Flemish

What would it look like if Superman was born in the 16th century? What if the Hulk was a Duke?
How might Van Eyck have portrayed Snow White?

These are the questions photographer Sacha Goldberger asked himself when he created this playful new series of superheroes reimagined as 16th century paintings. Absolutely amazing!

http://sachabada.com/

#superman   #wonderwoman   #batman   #robin   #hulk   #ironman   #joker   #lea   #darthvader   #stormtrooper   #c3po   #wookie   #yoda   #spiderman   #captainamerica   #aliceinwonderland   #snowwhite   #avengers   #starwars   #starwarstuesday   #wonderwomanwednesday  
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Super Flemish by Sacha Goldberger
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Well, there won't ever be a time when I can use these three hashtags together again (most likely). #swans #heart #death
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No wonder the choroid plexus is where the cerebrospinal fluid is produced. Coincidence? :-)
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NEW VIDEO!

This week I asked a question I suspect not many people ask themselves: Why is your brain in your head, and not elsewhere, like tucked away safe and warm down with all your other guts?

The answer lies a few hundred million years back on your evolutionary tree, thanks to a family of genes that you share with everything from fruit flies to foxes to fish. Prepare for an adventure in evo devo.

Video link: http://youtu.be/qdNE4WygyAk

This video is also a collaboration with BrainCraft, so go check me out in Vanessa's video too: This Is How Your Brain Grows
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Wanna get dirty with me?

Then enjoy this week's +It's Okay To Be Smart : The Science of Dust

From star stuff to microscopic fluff to skin cells that slough while you're in the buff, the universe of dust is curious enough to turn your mind into a cream puff.

May this week's episode spread like dust on the wind.
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