Tegan And Sara - Stop Desire [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
Published on Sep 23, 2016 Tegan and Sara
"Stop Desire by Tegan and Sara, directed by Allister Ann. Special appearances by Reggie Watts and Shrampton the cat."
Tegan and Sara - White Knuckles [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
Published on Aug 29, 2016
"White Knuckles by Tegan and Sara, directed and edited by Minister Akins. Dancers and Choreography: Mela Murder and Kaner Flex."
Tegan and Sara - Hang on to the Night [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
Published on Aug 11, 2016
Tegan and Sara - FAINT OF HEART [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
Published on Jul 28, 2016
Tegan and Sara - BWU [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
Published on Jul 22, 2016
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Published on Sep 22, 2016 SciShow
"At some point, you’ve probably learned about the five senses: sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. However, the classic list doesn't account for all the sensations we experience and use to navigate the world around us!
Hosted by: Hank Green"
Published on Sep 22, 2016 Tom Scott
"Jakob emailed me when I said I was headed to the Arctic, offering to help out with a video. I don't think he knew what he was signing up for! Thank you so much to both Jakob Schytz and John Davidsen: we had only a few minutes to film this before I had to be on the last Zodiac boat out of town, so I'm really happy with the result!"
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Published on Sep 21, 2016 VisCenter
"University of Kentucky Professor Brent Seales and his team have further unlocked writings in the ancient En-Gedi scroll - the first severely damaged, ink-based scroll to be unrolled and identified noninvasively. Through virtual unwrapping, they have revealed it to be the earliest copy of a Pentateuchal book – Leviticus – ever found in a Holy Ark.
This video describes the process by which the text in the En-Gedi scroll was revealed."
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Uploaded on Sep 18, 2016 Genii Tecnavia
via Boing Boing
"The painter Vincent Van Gogh continues to fascinate, his popularity seeming to grow every year. His creativity came at the price of much misery and madness, and led to his eventual suicide at age 37 in 1890. He had produced approximately 900 paintings but sold only one during his life—and that was to his brother. It has been speculated that he suffered from bi-polar disorder, or possibly a type of epilepsy, and was able to work between episodes of delusion.
These few words do an injustice to someone who suffered so greatly while producing art in a new and unique style that has sold for as high as $82 million for a single painting.
Several years ago work began on a motion picture titled Loving Vincent, which uses paintings done in the style of Van Gogh to create its visuals."
Published on Sep 20, 2016 Deep Look
"Humans aren’t the only creatures that get frustrated. Squirrels do too. One researcher wants to know, could there be an evolutionary benefit to losing your cool?"