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Interesting links: January 2019

An illustration from a story in an old issue of Astounding (credit: New York times)
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Interesting links: December 2018

Asperatus clouds
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Interesting links: November 2018

Orbital sunrise (credit: ESA/NASA)

 

Happy Holidays!

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Interesting links: October 2018

 

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Unattached Vortex above floating dandelion seeds (Copyright: Nature)

 

The doctor noticed that the student’s head seemed a little larger than normal and he referred him to Dr Lorber for further examination.

Dr Lorber examined the boy’s head by Cat-scan to discover that the student had virtually no brain …

In hydrocephalus the cerebrospinal fluid, which circulates through brain channels called ventricles builds up pressure that balloons up the ventricles pressing the overlying brain tissue against the cranium. This insult from within causes a loss of brain matter and many hydrocephalics suffer intellectual and physical impairment …

Hydrocephalus is usually fatal in the first months of childhood and, if an individual survives, he/she is usually seriously handicapped. However, the Sheffield student lived a normal life and graduated with an honours degree in mathematics.

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Interesting links: September 2018

 

Ancient cities in northern Guatemala, discovered through jungle-penetrating LIDAR.

 

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New movie trailers!

Decided to relax a bit tonight and catch up on trailers of upcoming movies, here are the ones I’m excited about:

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General interesting links: August 2018

 

Five hundred meters across, with four-and-a-half thousand active panels.

 

Last month’s bunch of interesting links: