Obduction by Cyan, Inc. — Kickstarter. From The Free Dictionary: “Ob`duc´tion “The act of drawing or laying over, as a covering.” The good folks at the small, but pioneering company of Cyan have announced their desire to produce another work of wonder, a new game titled ‘Obduction’. This game would center on the player being … Continue reading
This Pulsing Earth – Radiolab. I stumbled on this Radiolab article showing the Earth through it’s seasons, and haven’t been able to stop watching it loop. It’s like watching the planet breathe in and out. It’s hypnotic. The pulse of life, the breath of life, the rhythm of the planet.
Rock Formations of Zhangye Danxia – the Most Colourful Place on Earth | Cat in water. I stumbled on this little article about the rock formations of Zhangye Danxia in China’s northwestern Gansu Province. While I’m well aware that the area isn’t as eye-popping as photographers would have us believe, I still find … Continue reading
As the shock and emotions of yesterday’s bombing of the Boston Marathon begin to settle, I’m beginning to see the start of the demand of self-censoring, among my friends at least. Not demanding censoring of the graphic images of the aftermath, but of the thoughts and opinions of those who deign to speculate on such … Continue reading
Astronomers conduct first remote reconnaissance of another solar system. This image of the HR 8799 planets was taken with starlight optically suppressed and data processing conducted to remove residual starlight. The star is at the center of the blackened circle in the image. The four spots indicated with the letters b through e are the … Continue reading
Thousands of Dolphins Spotted Near San Diego | NBC Bay Area. Well here’s a rarity – – 100,000 dolphins off the California coast. That’s not a typo. One. Hundred. THOUSAND dolphins. Wrap your head around that a minute, and consider that pods generally stick to about 200 or less dolphins at the largest. A marine … Continue reading