People, myself included often enjoy seeing pictures of wildlife that are photographed while displaying some kind of human-like characteristic, whether it’s a picture of a polar bear waving or praying or some other human-like behaviour.
Archives for September 2014
The Perceiver collection depicts wave-particle duality in Quantum physics as abstract landscapes.
Advantages of pole hiking are it takes about 30% of our body weight and raises the cardio quicker than walking without poles.
There are lots of ways to mess up a dog. Fortunately, if you take care and teach your dog well, the little mistakes won’t turn into big problems. It seems a strange paradox that the more you train with your dog, the less likely it is that things will go wrong when you make mistakes!
The recent expedition which found one of Franklin’s two ships was the largest since the 1850s. With thirteen partners it was a complex expedition to organize.
Born with no legs, Jennifer was raised not to believe in limits. She wanted to be a gymnast … a tumbler. Not only did she achieve this goal, she became the state champion.
Most of us know how to reset our computers and other tech devices but how do we reset ourselves? I don’t mean things like our body clock — every seasoned traveler has their own way to combat jet-lag — but what happens when our mind gets clogged?
Genealogy has become a hobby for some people, but forensic genealogy requires a professional since it can have legal ramifications.
Petroleum-based fuels are ravaging our environment and fueling political turmoil throughout the world. Kate Voss takes a thoughtful look at potential long-term solutions to the global energy crisis.
A survivor of a traumatic brain injury that occurred at age ten Bredimus relates, “After the accident visual language became my first language and primary mode of expression, solidifying my life in the visual arts”.