This is a late post. Usually I try to post something at least once a week, but school has been catching up to me and I’ve been busy. We’ll see if the holidays and school will keep me busier.
- Check out Picasso’s Guernica in 3D:
- Very interesting table on money from ones to trillions.
- This is your brain in love:
- Saudi Arabia is known for its harsh laws, but a new one is suggesting that if women have sexy eyes, she may be forced to cover them up.
- Match your alcohol beverage with what music you’re listening to. It’s called Drinkify.
- Moby has a website where movie makers can use his music for free as long as the movie is non-profit, independent, for student film makers.
- Whoa! A philosopher at Baylor University has converted Spinoza’s Ethics into a logical dependency graph. Very cool. [H/T Daniel Vecchio]
- Herbert Spencer may not be a Social Darwinian, but maybe a bleeding heart libertarian.
- What are the chances that anyone exists? The number is one out of 102,685,000. Basically, it’s zero.
- Guide to American inequality.
- Who should be the next GOP candidate? Anyone but Romney apparently.
- Biggest military spenders:
- Republican clowns!
- Can there be common ground between libertarianism and the political left? Fascinating talk:
- Would the world be better off without religion? 52 percent of the panel was in favor of that motion. You can listen to the full debate.
- Take the science quiz to see your scientific IQ. I got all 12 questions right. Yay me.
- Got a minute? Learn some physics.
- Mathematics in movies.
- An fMRI brain scan of a woman having an orgasm. It’s pretty interesting through the regions of the brain and the different waves that goes through the brain.
- Medical schools seem to be neglecting gay and gender issues.
- This is a survey, not a study, but this shows that female gamers are more social and have more sex than their non-gamer counterparts.
- A very interesting article about those who have strong or weak will power. You’ve heard of physical fatigue and mental fatigue. Those who have weak will power have decision fatigue. The findings are that glucose helps replenish will power throughout the day. This is generally why we want sweets at the end of the day because of all the decisions we had to make throughout the day.