A fascinating mini doc in which Exurbia (‘Existence Is Terrifying’) explores the universal constants and laws of physics that help us contextualise and understand the seemingly random and chaotic nature of existence.
A short by Chinese animation student Enge Xue in which a Rubik’s Cube-headed man in a Rubik’s Cube-headed world attempts to maintain connection when the colours of his face become mixed up. Also, he’s in his tights-whiteys.
Since the run-up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, teenagers have been creating fake news stories that generate thousands of hits on social media. These young entrepreneurs have made money off of advertising revenue generated from their fake stories going viral, introducing a ‘digital gold rush’ to Veles
An animation showing the 1.255 light second distance between us and the moon (the Sun is about 8 light minutes from us) created by planetary scientist Dr. James O’Donoghue using NASA imagery. and that’s not all. To wit:
This is the distance between the Earth and Moon with the correct sizes and scales. The real-time speed of light is also shown.