Mar 25, 2017

Ai Weiwei and the human rights of refugees

This is Ai Weiwei's newest work at the National Gallery in Prague: ‘Law of the journey’. A result of the time he has spend in the refugee camps on the Greek island of Lesvos.




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Hey! Yo! Photographers - Creatives! Do you now this YouTube channel?

It's a must for (starting) photographers: The 'School of Visual Arts' YouTube channel. Hours of photography related lectures. Cool! (BTW check them all out, not only photography, all creative stuff)








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Schrodinger's Cat

Schrodinger's Cat explained:

In the hypothetical experiment … a cat is placed in a sealed box along with a radioactive sample, a Geiger counter and a bottle of poison.

If the Geiger counter detects that the radioactive material has decayed, it will trigger the smashing of the bottle of poison and the cat will be killed.

The experiment was designed to illustrate the flaws of the ‘Copenhagen interpretation’ of quantum mechanics, which states that a particle exists in all states at once until observed.

If the Copenhagen interpretation suggests the radioactive material can have simultaneously decayed and not decayed in the sealed environment, then it follows the cat too is both alive and dead until the box is opened.





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Bed Cartography

I guess this is correct.

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The Bugatti X PG craft carbon fiber bicycle

A bicycle with the Bugatti dna. I would like one in black please. It's made of carbon fibre. "Only 667 models of the exclusive bike will be produced", what a weird number.






bugatti X PG craft carbon fiber bicycle that weighs just 5 KG from designboom on Vimeo.

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