TEACH is Reggie Watts’ new webseries.
In this opening episode, he teaches science, including contons, the 4th dimension, and cheetahs.
Everyone should have a science teacher like Reggie.
A fabulously simple explanation of an Apollo program space rocket.
Meanwhile, Happy Science Week:
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The Russian Pavilion at the 2012 Venice Biennale Of Architecture: a sci-fi set in waiting: QR codes which decode to reveal different perspectives and ideas about Skolkovo – a new Russian ‘city’ dedicated to science.
Downstairs, visitors can peer through lenses to catch a glimpse of the gated and secretive science towns established under the Soviet Union, intended to provide a contrast with the open and collaborative vision presented upstairs. The Skolkovo science and technology centre will be located near Moscow by 2017 and bring together 500 companies working on IT, biomedical research, nuclear research, energy and space technology plus a university and homes.
Obligatory: there’s always two.
Via Richard Dawkins
Ryan Ulrich’s award-winning 2007 animation combines the Creationist take on the world (told in scientific terms) with the Big bang and evolution explained in Bible-speak.
The holy/unholy spawn of this union is wonderfully satisfying, horribly offensive or some combination of both those things, depending on your outlook.
Today’s irish Times Letters Page.
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