Here a few of our favorite entertaining and educational links:
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Our solar system and Earth:
A brief Khan Academy video regarding the relative sizes of Earth and Sun.
A photo of a total eclipse of the Sun that beautifully shows the energy streaming from it: Best Eclipse photo ever
Fantastic photographs of the life on our planet: These 50 photos will blow you away
Excellent VSauce video about what would happen if the sun disappeard
Science shots: What are some of the most important iconic and or beautiful scientific images
Simply a great way to discover new things on the web. Customizable to your interests. www.Stumbleupon.com
For sheer entertainment, and education as well, VSauce is great: www.youtube.com/feed/UC6nSFpj9HTCZ5t-N3Rm3-HA
Kurt Vonnegut Quotes
Education and development:
Thoughts on self-development: Power of Now Guide
Want to learn something new?: Top 40 useful sites to learn new skills
If you haven't heard of the TED talks, then you must give them a try.
Free lessons at the Khan Academy
Are you happy graph...
A social art project by my friend Debbie Davies: TheILoveYouProject.net.
Artists at "We are Nature" using natural materials: www.synapticstimuli.com/we-are-nature/.
Portraits in ink and tea.
Joy: Holi Festival of colors
TimePirate art site.
29 ways to stay creative
Is the Universe a Holographic?
Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist that is opening up a discussion about redefining how we think of science: the dead materialistic view we labor under now versus a Universe that is alive and evolving. While we are not sure about his conclusions, we are sure the questions should be asked: www.sheldrake.org/homepage.html