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This Biology Teacher Has Her Own Way of Teaching About the Human Body at School

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Debby Heerkens, a biology teacher at the Groene Hart Rijnwoude school in the Netherlands, came up with a truly memorable way to educate her students. She stood up on her desk and stripped off her clothes to reveal a full suit of spandex illustrated with accurate muscles and organs. Below that, another set of spandex illustrated where all the bones in her body are.
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An Artist Made Stunning Illustrations About Modern Society

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Artist Steve Cutts is an illustrator and animator based in London. Continue reading »

“Unusual Looking” Puppy Adopted By Family Who Didn’t Care About Her Scars

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Image credits: Jackie MacMillan/HSSV

Disfigured animals usually have a harder time getting adopted from shelters, but this dog got “lucky.” Lisa the 10-week-old puppy was brought to the Humane Society Of Silicon Valley with scars all over her face and inflamed eyelids that required surgery. The shelter staff weren’t sure they could find a home for the pup, until Christine Doblar and her family walked in. Continue reading »

15 Illustrated Truths About Cats

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According to Linvistov, a group for learning English via Skype: “Cats are amazing creatures that can both brighten your life and turn it into a complete hell. The way they treat you like you’re nothing is so annoying but you can’t help loving them! Because they are cats and they’re fluffy and cute and – most importantly – when they purr, the world stops!” Continue reading »

Landscape Designer Tells A Touching Story About Loss Through His Award-Winning Garden

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Australian garden designer Charlie Albone recently won the silver medal at The 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. It was his very first time to participate at the event but the story behind his landscape design project called ‘The Time In Between’ earned him great appreciation from both judges and the public.
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Museum Uses Brilliant Ads To Get You Excited About Science

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Science people have all the brains, even when it comes to a spot of advertising. Wanting to engage the public with science —in a way that was both thought-provoking and fun—Vancouver’s Science World teamed up with creative agency Rethink Canada to produce these very clever ads. No need to double check these quirky facts, they’re all scientifically verified, promise. Continue reading »

Sydney Art & About: Art in Unusual Places

Sydney will be the scene of an amazing celebration of colour this spring, featuring a house that rains on the inside, ghosts of bohemian Sydney, eerie faces in the park, an urban jungle cube and free vintage bus rides. From 21 September to 21 October, the city’s streets, parks, squares and laneways will be inspired by Art & About Sydney 2012, with works from international and Australian artists, curators, major cultural institutions and the people of Sydney. Continue reading »

A Multimedia Installation about Global Warming’s Effect

Children stand in a multimedia installation about global warming’s effect on glaciers at the Green Nation Fest environmental show in Rio de Janeiro. In June, Rio will host the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. (Victor R. Caivano/Associated Press)

What You Need to Know About the Google Penguin Update

Google has updated its ranking algorithm again, and the changes might be impacting your site. This article goes over the main areas of concern that you should address if you want your site to benefit from the update.
Read about the Google Penguin update on The Deep End

The Truth About Apple Logo

A cause of apple was bitten. The end.

Lecture About Physics


Photo from lecture about physical and geometrical derivatives in physics. Do you want to learn more?