Mad Quickies

Mad Quickies 8.5

  • Artist Michelle Hunter explores neuroscience through art in a series of paintings. Make sure you click through to read the description of each one. It’s worth it.
  • Nautilus Magazine has created an interactive Cabinet of Curiosities with modern day and historical science “artifacts”. Also, they’re running a contests in conjunction with this where you can win a year subscription to their lovely work!
  • Science Friday interviews Professor Christopher Emdin, who is Teaching Science through Rap. via Anne S
  • Anita Chowdry is makes harmonographs and then makes art with these “1840s parlour diversions”. I love how she explains her fascination: “The immediate appeal of the Harmonograph to me is that you can witness the unfolding of natural dynamic geometries that have always existed independently of our aesthetic sensibilities.”
  • Do you want to pilot a Mars Rover?Take On Mars will allow you to do just that!
  • For Sale: Nearly Complete Time Machine.
  • Spiders are pretty. No, really. They are.
  • Crowdfunding Project of the Day: The excellent citizen science project Snapshot Serengeti is trying to keep their project going.
  • Charles Owen’s 1742 An Essay Towards a Natural History of Serpents. is a “juxtaposition of very accurate statements, with totally absurd statements”. “Serpents”: now including dragons!


Well, it’s about that time isn’t it? The Doctor tries to “help” himself regenerate.

from the page


Curiosity’s First 12 Months in 2 Minutes


Featured image:

One of the images gathered by Snapshot Serengeti.
One of the images gathered by Snapshot Serengeti.



Seelix, aka Emily, is a Science Communicator, Forensic Anthropologist, Costumer and QA Analyst, sometimes, but not usually, all at once. Emily can usually be found lurking in dark corners of the internet as Seelix on Twitter, on Google+ and even occasionally at her blog This View of Life.

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