Fast immer, manchmal oder auch ab und an gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
Wie Marco es so schön ausdrückt:
Was mit der Amöbe Dictyostelium abgeht, ist einfach viel zu abgefahren
Author Neil Gaiman takes to Twitter to answer the internet’s burning questions about mythology. What links Viking and Greek myths? Why does Anubis have a dog head? Why do so many cultures have a ‚Great Flood‘ myth? What do Biblical angels look like? Neil answers all these questions and much, much more!
A handmade Japanese iron kettle can cost over $300. For centuries, artisans have made kettles by pouring molten iron into molds and hammering them out once they’ve cooled. These kettles often have beautiful designs but they’re only used for boiling water. You can buy a mass produced stovetop kettle for $20, so what makes these kettles unique? And why are they so expensive?
This short film tells the story of Walter Strohmeyer who for almost all of his 90 years has been swimming in the waters off Long Island. An honest and at times heartfelt story about the power of ritual.
A young woman comes home to say goodbye to her dying, estranged grandfather.
A dedicated IT-guy must stop a computer virus from spreading, unaware about the cosmic horrors he is about to release.