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Robert Krulwich’s science blog “Krulwich Wonders" is ending, but we made one last video together about an animal that seems to be…immortal.

You’re handed a compass and a ball of string and told to carefully mark off the next two-thirds of a continent. Don’t mind the uncharted wilderness in your way…
It was a theory that was discovered by 2 people, and we’ve blithely forgotten one of them.


A music video shot entirely inside an MRI machine from British singer-songwriter Sivu.

( Open Culture)

(via explore-blog)

Have you seen this animated short about Dock Ellis and his LSD-fueled no-hitter?  If not, you’re in for a treat.

Whale Fall (after life of a whale)

Beautiful, delicate paper puppets from Sharon Shattuck and the folks at Sweet Fern Productions, inspired by the latest episode of Radiolab.  


A Beautiful Video Tour of the Jelly-Like Creatures of the Sea

I love that the graphics are Pop-Up Video style. 

Flottille are tiny origami creations that fold or unfold in water.  Their moth-like movements are caused by capillary action.  Created by Etienne Cliquet, found via Metafilter.

Jell-o cubes bouncing at 6200 frames per second.  Forget everything you thought you knew about gelatin desserts.

(via the always-informative Metafilter)