Arina Favilla

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L’expérience de Asch sur le conformisme

J’aime beaucoup parler des travaux importants en sciences sociales, et notamment de toutes ces expériences qui nous démontrent combien nous pouvons …

Amazing Photography Links to Read With a Coffee (Or Three)

It has been a fabulous week online in the world of photography, and Toad Hollow Photography has been very busy searching for the best links to …

Landscape Photography

The World's Largest Swimming Pool Is Where You Want To Be Right Now

It's not every day that a photo causes an audible reaction, but these pictures of the world's largest swimming pool are most definitely whine-worthy.<p>Yes, we told you about this glorious man-made pool that sits on the grounds of the San Alfonso del Mar Resort in Chile a while back and yes we know …

Top 10 Things to Do on the French Riviera

01 of 11<p>The French Riviera has always attracted its fair share of visitors -- from the artists and writers of the 19th and early 20th centuries to …

Spoilt for choice: Vietnam's best beaches

Vietnam might have been late to Southeast Asia’s beach party, but it was well worth the wait. The country boasts more than 3400km of coastline, with infinite stretches of powdery sand, coves, lagoons, impossible boulder formations and tropical islands ringed with yet more beaches. We can help you …

The 10 Highest Paid Soccer Players In The World

The greatest example of that is David Beckham. Beckham is well-past his prime as a soccer player but his popularity, style, and good looks have him sitting atop the list of the world's highest-paid soccer players.<p>On the next few pages, we will take a look at the top ten highest-paid footballers, as …

Coelacanth Genes Mapped, "Living Fossil" Evolved Slowly

Ancient fish's DNA evolved more slowly than that of other fish or animals.<p><b>In the deep sea, slow and steady wins the race—and that proverb is reflected in the genes of the coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae), a new study says.</b><p>When the study authors sequenced the ancient fish's genome, they found that …