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How firefly flashes illuminate the physics of complex systems | Aeon Essays

Solving the mystery of how and why fireflies flash in time can illuminate the physics of complex systems In the still of the Tennessee night, my colleagues and I are watching thousands of dim little orbs of light, moving peacefully … Continue reading

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Walk with Amal | Napoli

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My Dog Sighs – INSIDE | FWTV

Closed Captions Available. 00:00 – 01:02 – Intro 01:03 – 03:45 – My Dog Sighs – Background 03:46 – 04:40 – INSIDE – Show Preview 04:41 – 05:44 – My Dog Sighs – Interview Pt. 1 05:45 – 07:00 – … Continue reading

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Hundreds of Digital Illustrations Imagine Enchanting Storefronts and Their Friendly Shop Cats

Whether adorned with used books, houseplants, or groceries, the tiny shops and corner stores that illustrator Anglea Hao draws are infused with whimsy and admiration for everyday architecture. The digital renderings are part of Hao’s ongoing endeavor to create 365 … Continue reading

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Why The World Left Ethiopia 7 Years Behind

What if I told you that you could actually go back in time, not just a mere leap of a second that Einstein proved you could, but a massively unimaginable seven years and eight months all the way back to … Continue reading

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Vladivostok, the capital of the Russian Far East | Chinese quarter, Japanese cars & Russian samovars

Hi guys! In this video I will show you Vladivostok, the capital of Russia’s Far East. That day in July, when I filmed this video, was the Russian Navy Day. It’s a very important holiday here because Vladivostok is the … Continue reading

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Vienna’s Radical Idea? Affordable Housing For All

As cities around the world grapple with a crisis of affordable housing, Vienna has been keeping it at bay. How the Austrian capital got there may offer a model strategy for cities worldwide.  

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Mother Trees and the Social Forest | Suzanne Simard (Talk + Q&A)

Forest Ecologist Suzanne Simard reveals that trees are part of a complex, interdependent circle of life; that forests are social, cooperative creatures connected through underground mycorrhizal networks by which trees communicate their vitality and vulnerabilities, and share and exchange resources … Continue reading

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Cllr Aydin Dikerdem Talks About Nine Elms’ “Sky Pool” and Inequality

The ‘Sky Pool’ in Nine Elms is architecture designed to go viral – but it’s also a symbol of the inequality in London, says Battersea Labour Councillor Aydin Dikerdem in this interview with Eleanor Shearwood of Riverside Radio

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BABA – a stylized portrait of a Turkish immigrant

Director: Sarah Blok Design: Lisa Konno Produced by: Boondocs Distribution: Kapitein Kort (Hidde de Vries) hiddedevries.com/en/

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