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This Stunning Time-Lapse of New York City is a Must-Watch

New York City isn’t what it used to be. Soldiers with M-16s stand guard at Grand Central Station, walking through Times Square feels like you’re on …

Time-lapse Photography

New Portraits by Andrew Salgado | Colossal

<p>Artist Andre Salgado (previously here and here) wows us again with a new body of work completed in the last few months for exhibitions at Le Petite …

Wall Worthy Superhero Cubist Art by Liam Brazier

Surreal Photo Manipulations by Caras Ionut | Colossal

<p>Photo artist Caras Ionut lives in the world of Photoshop where he digitally assembles surreal landscapes and portraits using largely his own …

What's the Origin of the Word "Dude"?

For some time now, we have known the basic outline of the story of “dude.” The word was first used in the late 1800s as a term of mockery for young …

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013

The Results of 2013 Wildlife Photographer of the Year have been reported for the 49th edition. Led by two British institutions, the Natural History …

Early electrocardiograms - a picture from the past

These images made by the British physiologist Augustus Waller in 1895 illustrate the long-standing relationship between photography and medicine. Waller created the electrocardiograms by projecting the images from an electrometer, which recorded the electrical pulses created by the human heartbeat …

The End of the Wii and What It Means for Nintendo

Nintendo will no longer manufacture the Wii, and the company may stop selling the system entirely. With the lack of commercial sizzle on the next …

Retrogaming

Kahlil Gibran's Stunning Declaration of Mankind's Nature

Around midsummer of this year, I was undergoing an inexplicable spell of irrational guilt.<p>These types of episodes have come to me before, but they’re …

Spirituality

Incredible Fragmented Sculptures Convey Powerful Strength

This striking collection of contemporary sculptures is filled with a powerful strength conveyed through dramatic gestures and unique forms. Entitled <i>Edge Sculpture</i>, the collection was designed and sculpted by Matt Buckley, the Creative Director of Robert Harrop Designs. The series includes a variety …

Art

How Robo-Bees Could Save America's Crops

Tiny robotic pollinators could save crops that rely on bees.<p>Something is killing off up to half of America's bees--terrible news for bees and the vegetation that depends on them for pollination. Fewer bees not only means less honey, it means less <i>food</i>. Researchers at Harvard are working on a partial …

Stanford's nanotube computer: 4 reasons for non-geeks to care

<b>Because the speed of silicon chips are about to hit a wall.</b><p>A laptop today would've been considered a supercomputer 20 years ago. Every couple years, processors have gotten smaller and faster, relentlessly. But that progress is going to slow down soon.<p>"People are very worried that ten years from now …

Nanotech

Health kick 'reverses cell ageing'

<b>Going on a health kick reverses ageing at the cellular level, researchers say.</b><p>The University of California team says it has found the first evidence a strict regime of exercise, diet and meditation can have such an effect.<p>But experts say although the study in Lancet Oncology is intriguing, it is …

Stunning Maps Show A Day In New York And San Francisco In 32 Seconds

Foursquare, the location-based social network, has put together a series of videos tracking "the pulse" of various metropolises -- New York, San Francisco, London, Chicago, Tokyo and Istanbul -- using check-in data from its users. The resulting animated maps are gorgeous, all black backgrounds, …