Life As A Human Likes is a weekly feature of blogs and websites we love. This week, we share a few links to some amazing web sites that focus on our sun, our solar system, the wonders of the universe and an amazing new telescope set to launch in 2014.
Archives for December 2010
Some couples are so good looking that perhaps they cancel each other out. Could that be what’s causing the lack of chemistry between Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp in their new action/intrigue flick, The Tourist?
What Eric Brad has learned about dogs through behaviour training has fundamentally changed the way he sees them as beings — and it’s changed his life in so many wonderful ways.
More than a century after The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was published, children and, yes, even adults, are still enchanted by L. Frank Baum’s magical world.
The holiday season often evokes a sense of wonder and the possibility of magic. Andrea Paterson ponders how miracles are slowly becoming extinct in the world and points to some instances where magic and miracles still live.
Last autumn, when I moved to Boston, I was convinced that I was fully prepared for the cold weather. Bold words from a girl who’d spend the previous two decades baking like a lizard on a rock in the Las Vegas desert – but how hard could it really be?
A yoga teacher marvels at her son’s display of true Christmas spirit, and how this spirit truly embodies what in yoga is referred to as the unification of heart, mind and hands.
Dr. Chris Curry spends about ten months a year working as an emergency physician at the Fremantle Hospital in Western Australia. When he’s not doing this he can sometimes be found at the docks in Ushuaia, Argentina getting organized for Quark Expedition’s next voyage to Antarctica.
I’m having a moment. Please bear with me. (Note that six words into this post I had to stop to figure out if it’s “bear” or “bare” or a third mystery spelling of which I’m unaware. I googled “please bear with me” and found whole blogs dedicated to the phrase, and several forums of people […]
When Steve Goldberg wakes up one night to see a surreal sparkling light in front of his eyes, it turns out to be an urgent wake-up call. He knows he has to get help — pronto!