Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy New Year

Next year Christmas is full moon,
hopefully this we fully luck,
and that dreams are fulfilled for everyone
and removes the problems and misfortune.



 Raising the year from step to step
we can travelling deep.


 Happy or Feliz

HAPPY NEW YEAR IN SOME LANGUAGES

Africano - Gelukkige nuwe jaar
Alemán - Glückliches neues Jahr
Árabe - Antum salimoun
Armenio - Shenoraavor nor dari yev pari gaghand
Austríaco - A guads neichs johr olle mitanand
Bengali (Bangladesh/India) - Shuvo nabo barsho
Búlgaro - Tchesti nova godina
Catalán - Bon any nou
Chino - Xin nian yu kuai (mandarín) 
Sun nien fai lok (cantonés)
Checo - Štastný nový rok
Croata - uspješna nova godina
Danés - Godt nytår
Esperanto - Bonan novjaron
Español - Feliz año nuevo
Inuït - Kiortame pivdluaritlo
Euskera - Urte berri on
Finés - Onnellista uutta vuotta
Francés - Bonne année
Gallego - Feliz aninovo
Griego - Kenourios chronos
Hawaiano - Hauoli makahiki hou
Hebreo - L'Shannah tovah
Hindú - Subh nab Barsh
Holandés - Gelukkig nieuwjaar
Húngaro - Kellemes karacsonyiunnepeket
Indonés - Selamat tahun baru
Inglés - Happy new year
Irlandes - Bliain nua fe mhaise dhuit
Italiano - Felice anno nuovo
Filipino - Manigong bagong taon
Japonés - Akemashite omedetô
koreano - Sehe bokmanee bateuseyo
Latín - Felix sit annus novus
Nigeriano - Barka da sabuwar shekara
Noruego - Godt nyttår
Persa - Aide shoma mobarak
Polaco - Szczesliwego nowego Roku
Portugués - Feliz ano novo
Rumano - La multi ani
Ruso - S novym godom
Serbio - Scecna nova godina
Swahili - Heri za mwaka mpya
Sueco - Gott nytt år
Tailandés - Sawadee pee mai
Turco - Yiliniz kutlu olsun
Ucranio - Shchastlyvoho novoho roku
Urdu - Nayya saal mubarak
Vietnamita - Chuc mung tan nien



Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Happy Holiday




A lot of countries of the world just started Holiday,
above all do not forget to relax,
and hug it out everyone
as this animation wants remember.





At Christmas let's leave all that we have in hands
even the phone, and let's give us hugs as humans
because these inventions connect us
but don't forget people near you
and let's give us the sincere spark of the eyes
for sharing really sensations between everyone.



Happy Holiday







Monday, December 22, 2014

Happy Solstice

The sky is a show which we can learn a lot.
However, our observation changes in our position.


Solstice from Tim Cahn on Vimeo.


The Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere
 behave in contrast.
While the first is the Winter Solstice,
 the second is the Summer Solstice and vice versa.
The zenith of the sky as a point directly above the observer
serves as a reference to see the change
 of the sun route throughout the year.




More about it on

Curious About Astronomy

Time And Date

Happy Solstice wherever you are.









Friday, December 19, 2014

Tribute to the Music

The wonderful power of Music changes us.
The message of the lyrics through the paper plane.
The inspiration of the melody through the guitar dancing.
The suggestive song "Five Miles Out" by Mike Oldfield.



Tribute to the Music from FLYKIT on Vimeo.

Thanks to Marta Costas for sharing this cool animation.



 The special sensibility of great singers
or the singular skill of great songwriters
increases our possibilities of knowledge.
Phil Ochs born on December 19 and is one
of these voices that remains for everyone.


Phil Ochs : Changes from Doug Lang on Vimeo.

"Changes" by Phil Ochs

Sit by my side, come as close as the air
And share in a memory of gray
And wander in my words
Dream about the pictures that I play of changes

Green leaves of summer turn red in the fall
To brown and to yellow, they fade
And then they have to die
Trapped within the circle time parade of changes

Scenes of my young years were warm in my mind
Visions of shadows that shine
'Til one day I returned and found they were
The victims of the vines of changes

The world's spinning madly, it drifts in the dark
It Swings through a hollow of haze
A race around the stars
Journey through the universe ablaze with changes

Moments of magic will glow in the night
All fears of the forest are gone
But when the morning breaks
They're swept away by golden drops of dawn of changes

Passions will part to a strange melody
As fires will sometimes burn cold
Like petals in the wind
We're puppets to the silver strings of souls of changes

Your tears will be trembling, now we're somewhere else
One last cup of wine we will pour
And I'll kiss you one more time
And leave you on the rolling river shore of changes

So sit by my side, come as close as the air
And share in a memory of gray
And wander in my words
Dream about the pictures that I play of changes





Thursday, December 18, 2014

The best gift

Your sincere friendship can be the best gift.
The child who remains forever inside us can remember that.
Congratulation to everyone who are dedicated sincerely to others.

Let's explore.


Liam's Cute Hands from Megan Sweeney on Vimeo.




Let's fly.


A Toy Train in Space from Ron Fugelseth on Vimeo.



 Let's play with enthusiasm.





Monday, December 15, 2014

Christmas Crackers

Have a Cracking or Excellent Christmas.


Cracking Christmas from The House on Vimeo.


Christmas cracker are part of Christmas celebrations
primarily in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Commonwealth nations
 such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.

 A cracker consists of a cardboard tube wrapped
in a brightly twist of paper which is pulled
by two people with arms crossed.

You can get a gift or you can get a joke
but you will have fun when the cracker breaks.


  Make your own Crackers  





Thursday, December 11, 2014

Mister Adjective

What about playing with Mr. Adjective ?
You can learn some expressive words.


Mr. Adjective from FLYKIT on Vimeo.


You can print and cut these images
and words to playing to couples.



More interesting adjectives:


 alphabetical order

by caregories




Thursday, December 4, 2014

An adventurer ABC

What about revise the ABC traveling around the world?


ABCs: Around the World with Mo from Mark Farris on Vimeo.

"Mo the panda bear takes a trip across
 the whole world, visiting one country 
for each letter of the alphabet.

A - Australia, B - Brazil, C- Canada, D - Denmark,
E - Egypt, F - France, G - Greece, H - Honduras,
I - India, J - Japan, K - Kenya, L - Lebanon,
M - Morocco, N - Norway, O - Oman, P - Peru,
Q - Qatar, R - Russia, S - Spain, T - Turkey,
U - United States, V - Venezuela, W - Wales,
X - meXico, Y - Yemen, Z - Zimbabwe"


Thanks to Mark Farris for sharing this great animation.



More about a virtual tour
where you can know all the world countries



Monday, December 1, 2014

An analogic watch as a compass

An analog watch can serve as a compass.
We must put it into solar time.
Place the hour hand towards the sun.
Look for the midpoint of the angle between it and the number twelve.
This point is the South. On the opposite side is the North.
On the right is the West. On the left is the East.



For more details on this interesting trick
and how changes in the Southern Hemisphere 
This trick and other observation
useful for orientation
       edu365  



Thursday, November 27, 2014

Smile

    Thanks to Charles Chaplin    
    by this smiley composition.   

"Smile though your heart is aching
Smile even though its breaking
When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by
If you smile with your fear and sorrow
Smile and maybe tomorrow
You'll find that life is still worthwhile

If you just
Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear may be ever so near
That's the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what's the use of crying?
You'll find that life is still worthwhile

If you just
Smile though your heart is aching
Smile even though its breaking
When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by
If you smile through your fear and sorrow
Smile and maybe tomorrow
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just smile

That's the time you must keep on trying
Smile, what's the use of crying?
You'll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just smile"


If you smile looking at the clouds is easier that they would smile to you.
 We can learn a lot of great talent artists.


Charles Chaplin was a genius of expression without words.
But he had a multifaceted personality and he also dared with chords.


Smiling is easy with this video.


Charlie Chaplin - Smile ♪ from Mehmet SAYGILI on Vimeo.




Another version about this song.









Monday, November 24, 2014

Communication and Education

Enjoy this great creation.


Source of Life from Jeff Desom on Vimeo.


Behind the Scenes.



The Legend - Behind the Scenes from Lucil Film on Vimeo.


 The new audiovisual techniques
 are becoming  sophisticated.
If education include the knowledge of audiovisual world
 then the children will discriminate
 between real and virtual information.

The education can use the audiovisual aids.
However can be interesting include an audiovisual culture
 about history of movies or animation,
theory of comercial marketing,
 evolution of sound and music, ...

In fact the audiovisual world
 already has a priority role.









Thursday, November 20, 2014

Your new friend

Zoog is here to make friends with you.


Zogg song from dpbimages on Vimeo.

Do you want to sing his song?


ZOOG SONG 
by David Browne


My name is Zogg
I look quite odd
I'm not from here
it's probably clear.

I'm here to make friends with you
to see your home, you can see mine too.
What a lovely place is planet earth,
with animals, trees and people too.

Zogg Zogg. We are here.

My name is Zogg
I'm not from here
I'm from a planet
that's not so dear

My planet is based from funny things
from rubish thrown out by human beings
Old cars and plastic, everything
It's not too bad but I like some trees.

Zogg Zogg. We are here.

My name is Zogg
I look quite odd
I'm not from here
it's probably clear.

It's time for to say goodbye,
I'm running late, so I'll have to fly,
thanks for showing me around,
I've got a really lovely time!!!

Zogg Zogg. We are here.




More about this project





Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Comic Art

The comic book art helps to read
because each vignette shows you a bit
what is about to happen in the adventure
and before reading you can imagine the future.








Enjoy it.




Saturday, November 15, 2014

Tongue twisters

The  tongue twister embroils the tongue
and the words crash among teeth and tongue.
If they don't confuse, they aren't tongue twisters
Do you understand my lovely brothers and sisters ?

Try to repeat quickly this one you choose.
It is a funny speaking practice.

Tongue twisters for you




Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Eyes in Space

 You can relativize some question
and can get imaginative solutions
if you open your mind and your eyes
and watching the world from the sky.


This great video could inspire you.



EYES IN SPACE /// José González "Every Age" from EYES IN SPACE on Vimeo.


Lyrics of "Every Age" by José González are also inspiriting.

Every age has its turn,
Every branch of the tree has to learn
Learn to grow, find its way
Make the best of this show its day
Take the seat take the spade
Take this dream of a better day
Take your time, build a home
Build a place where we all can belong

Some things change, some remain,
Some will pass us unnoticed by
What to focus on to improve a part
In the face of our ancient tribes
Feel so clear, feel so obvious
To each of the own
But we live together,
Ripping what time and what we have sowed.

We don't choose where we're born,
We don't choose in what part or form
But we can learn to know ourselves

 on this cloud in the void
Take this mind, take this pen
Take this dream of a better land
Take your time, build a home
Build a place where we all belong!




Enjoy it.


Monday, November 10, 2014

A serious matter


 The gold of the twenty-first century is the water.
The water conservation is a serious matter.
There's an interesting video about it.

"Species Encounter: Dive In!, 
an interactive installation is an allegory 
for the plastic we consume ending up 
invading the seas and oceans,
 being absorbed and eaten by many different 
marine species and threatening them.
 In the installation, the animals shapes 
of fish (like lanternfish and opah),
 sea turtles (like leatherback sea turtle and hawksbill turtle) 
and marine mammals (like harbor seals, sperm whales and dolphins), 
are made of recyclable cardboard. 
The center of each shape is filled 
with recycled plastic packaging...."




Species Encounter: Dive In! from Michele Guieu on Vimeo.



"...When you look at the ocean from the beach 
it mostly looks stunningly beautiful.
Yes. But billions of pounds of plastic 

can be found in the oceans around the globe.

Plastic pollution has become a growing plague,

 clogging our waterways, and damaging marine ecosystems.
 44 percent of all seabird species, 22 percent of cetaceans,
 all sea turtle species and a growing list of fish species 
have been documented with plastic in or around their bodies.
 Most of what we eat, drink, or use in any way 
comes packaged in petroleum plastic
 - a material designed to last forever, 
yet used for products that we then throw away.
Seeking out alternatives to the plastic items

 that we rely on is an absolute necessity."


It would be fantastic
 reduce the use of plastic.
Every   drop   is important
and many drops make an ocean.

More about it.






Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Polysemy

In the amazing world of words 
some have many meanings.
So here is the polysemy. 

 POLY  = many.   SEMY = meanings.


 "Wave" is a polysemous word interesting.
The waves are everywhere but can not always see.
Often we just perceive its effects.
 The waves are big players in this great video. Enjoy it.
 

Richard Feynman - Nature of Nature from The Inspiration Journey on Vimeo.

 "Our imagination is stretched to the utmost,
 not, as in fiction, to imagine things 
which are not really there,
 but just to comprehend 
those things which are there." 
by Richard Feynman






More about polysemous words on

Playing With Polysemy 




Monday, November 3, 2014

A singular waterslide

How about riding a waterslide! Can be fantastic.
You just need some straw bales and plastic.
Let's ride to the sound of this nice song.


Keep Your Head Up - Ben Howard from mickey smith on Vimeo.

Lyrics  "Keep your Head Up"
by Ben Howard


I spent my time, watching
The spaces that have grown between us.
And I cut my mind on second best,
Oh the scars that come with the greenness.
And I gave my eyes to the boredom,
Still the seabed wouldn't let me in.
And I try my best to embrace the darkness
In which I swim.

Now walking back, down this mountain,
The strength of a turnin' tide.
Oh the wind so soft, and my skin,
Yeah the sun so hot upon my side.
Oh lookin' out at this happiness
I searched for between the sheets,
Oh feelin' blind, I realize,
All I was searchin' for... was me.
Oh oh-oh, all I was searchin' for was me.

Oh yeah, keep your head up, keep your heart strong.
No, no, no, no, keep your mind set, keep your hair long.
Oh my, my darlin', keep your head up, keep your heart strong.
Na, oh, no, no, keep your mind set in your ways.
Keep your heart strong.
Now I saw a friend of mine, the other day,
And he told me that my eyes were gleamin'.
Oh I said I'd been away, and he knew...
Oh he knew the depths I was meanin'.
And it felt so good to see his face,
All the comfort invested in my soul,
Oh to feel the warmth, of his smile,
When he said, 'I'm happy to have you home.'
Oh oh-oh, I'm happy to have you home.

Oh yeah, keep your head up, keep your heart strong.
No, no, no, no, keep your mind set, keep your hair long.
Oh my, my darlin', keep your head up, keep your heart strong.
No, no, no, no, keep your mind set in your ways.
Well keep your heart strong.

'Cause I'll always remember you the same.
Oh eyes like wildflowers, oh with your demons of change.

(Keep your head up)
(Keep your heart strong)
(Keep your head up)
(Keep your heart strong) May you find happiness here.
(Keep your head up)
(Keep your heart strong)
(Keep your head up)
(Keep your heart strong) May all your hopes all turn out right.

Keep your head up, keep your heart strong.
No, no, no, no, keep your mind set, keep your hair long.
Oh my, my darlin', keep your head up, keep your heart strong.
No, no, no, no, keep your mind set in your ways.
Keep your heart strong.

'Cause I'll always remember you the same.
Oh eyes like wildflowers, oh with your demons of change



Thursday, October 30, 2014

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween from Grumpy Planet & Blue Zoo Animation.
 A little taster of the latest show "Planets:
 The Greatest Show In The Universe"


Halloween With Grumpy Planet from Blue Zoo on Vimeo.


What a great way to overcome fears
 playing with funny monsters!






Wednesday, October 29, 2014

What Is Art?

There is a great question
 with difficult answer or solution.


What Is Art? from Stanley Ka Chun Chan on Vimeo.

 If art is a creative human expression,
  we all have inside us an artist.
You can awaken the inner artist
when you find through exploration.


 There's many nice ways
 to find a gateway.

A study into how children under 5 years of age
 use and perceive cultural institutions.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

The sense of wonder

"As children dig their hands into the dirt,
 hear the buzz of pollinating insects,
 smell the rich earth, 
and taste fresh-grown vegetables,
 they are also stimulating
 their sense of wonder 
and cultivating a love for learning.

We believe that children
 who understand and fall in love
 with the natural world 
will later be inspired to help 
solve the environmental challenges
 of our time."


Thursday, October 16, 2014

Time travel

The author of this animation 
asked some kids the question:
" If you had a time machine
 and could go anywhere you wanted,
 where would you go ? "

And these were their answers.


Time Travel from Chelsea G.R. on Vimeo.


But we need the time to travel through the time
and we can't enjoy the world  if we have many homework
as The Bazillions tell us on their song  "No homework"






Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Harmonious combination

The symbiosis between musical compositions
 and images of the nature of  videos by Lucas Thanos
is a harmonious combination that can inspire the best emotions.



Have a nice flight through this great music.




" Huanglong (simplified Chinese: 黄龙; traditional Chinese: 黃龍;
 pinyin: Huánglóng; literally: "yellow dragon")is a scenic
 and historic interest area in the northwest part of Sichuan, China.
 It is located in the southern part of the Minshan mountain range,
 150 kilometres (93 mi) north-northwest of the capital Chengdu.
 This area is known for its colorful pools formed by calcite deposits,
 especially in Huanglonggou (Yellow Dragon Gully), 
as well as diverse forest ecosystems, snow-capped peaks,
 waterfalls and hot springs. Huanglong is also home 
to many endangered species including
 the Giant Panda and the Sichuan Golden Snub-nosed Monkey.
 Huanglong was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992."

" Erta Ale (or Ertale or Irta'ale) is a continuously active basaltic
shield volcano in the Afar Region of northeastern Ethiopia.
It is in the Afar Depression, a badland desert area
spanning the border with Eritrea,
and the volcano itself is surrounded completely
 by an area below sea level,[citation needed]
making it a relatively low-elevation volcano.
It is the most active volcano in Ethiopia."
" The Giant's Causeway (known as Clochán an Aifir or
 Clochán na bhFomhórach in Irish and tha Giant's Causey in Ulster-Scots)
 is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns,
 the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
 It is located in County Antrim on the northeast
 coast of Northern Ireland, about three miles (4.8 km)
 northeast of the town of Bushmills.
It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
 in 1986, and a National Nature Reserve in 1987
by the Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland.
 In a 2005 poll of Radio Times readers,
the Giant's Causeway was named as the fourth
 greatest natural wonder in the United Kingdom.
 The tops of the columns form stepping stones
 that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea.
 Most of the columns are hexagonal,
although there are also some with four, five, seven or eight sides.
The tallest are about 12 metres (39 ft) high,
and the solidified lava in the cliffs is 28 metres (92 ft) thick in places.
The Giant's Causeway is today owned and managed
 by the National Trust and it is the most
popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland."


Thanks to Lucas Thanos
 for sharing his music
that is a gift to the senses.





Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Some questions about robots

Sometimes, children ask questions about the future
and we don't have answer for them.
Perhaps, it isn't so important to give them answers
how to look at your intuitive questions.
Their questions, thanks to his naive curiosity,
may represent, for a right progress, the directionality.

Maybe the robots themselves are not a problem
because they depend on the program and for what purpose.
There's some videos to think about it.

The opinions of some experts.
 

When Will Robots Take Over the World? from The Atlantic on Vimeo.

 A chronological overview.


Technological Singularity from Michael Dring on Vimeo.

 A hypothetical domain of robots.


ROBONOVIA from Children's Museum of the Arts on Vimeo.

A curiosity:
from 1495  the first robot in human form
by   Leonardo Da Vinci 


 Maybe robots could programmed himself someday.
 As machines, they learn from their mistakes.
 So, they would be progressively optimized.
 Hopefully.








Monday, October 6, 2014

Life teaches

Many great men of the past with stunning ideas
perhaps would chagrin of use made of any text
because they lose all sense out of context.

Every idea makes sense in terms of its environment,
and we can imagine its evolution in time,
but if we apply it literally is not always valid.

For instance:

The great John Dewey gives us his pragmatic sense
at a social moment too theorist,
 but in a pragmatic society
 would perhaps postulates opposites.

The great Maria Montessori emphasized hygiene
 in a  social environment precarious,
 but in a wealthy  and technological society
maybe would have very different ideas.


However,
 the same Dewey gives us a solution 
when life is defined as education.



Life teaches, so let's live.
 Sharing moments, the best gift.


Friday, October 3, 2014

Another kind of Art

It's another kind of art, 
made by the people for the people.
It's another kind of party or play,
for living between friends, or between fathers and sons.
It's the people moving for the same sensation: 
the nature and her conservation.
Fortunately, 
there's a lot of people 
with common sense

Friday, September 26, 2014

Tesla and his Tesla

If you like the magnets and their attraction,
 and you want to know about them,
 knowing Nikola Tesla's life,
you can have a magnetic travel
 through all the technologies,
  which Tesla was devoted all his energy.

This video is so long as interesting
for your knowing about Nikola Tesla.


Nikola Tesla - Maestro de los relámpagos from David Sanchez on Vimeo.


You can also knowing his life through this magical adventure
where digital technology and illusion will bring to life
one of the world’s greatest inventors, in the light and the sound.





It is a fascinating world,
full of strange words,
 but there's some images or visualizations
 that can help you on your own perceptions.




 Someone like him, well worth a unity with your name,
because his ideas were anticipated to inventions
that make they feasible in reality as dimension.


More about his fascinating inventions on

Nikolas Tesla invetions


Some experiments with magnets for kids.

Science Kids

 Magnet Man, Cool Experiments with Magnets

Have a nice travel with the electromagnetism.




Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Watch of Equinox

If you're in the Northern Hemisphere
 for you today is the Fall Equinox,
and if you're in the Southern Hemisphere
you will live tomorrow Spring Equinox.

The leaves of deciduous plants are protagonists
in both stations, because in Autumn, they say goodbye
to re-sprout greens in Spring .

That's why we offer for your leisure
a watch to celebrate the Equinox,
where you can review the Hours and Roman Numerals.




An EQUINOX is when night and day are equal.
So, if you premieres the SPRING
prepare for increasingly longer days,
and if you're on the AUTUMN for increasingly shorter days.



Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Resonance



It's the little emotions that give resonance to life.
The small resonance that has great significance.

For instance, this sweet song and his simple story
playing by the Group Saint Gervasi of Barcelona.


Resonance from FLYKIT on Vimeo.

 A whistling was its origin, and a composition,
thank to good friends, was its transformation.

 Finally, it's became a song through
the charming voices of a friendly group.

It's just a grain of sand and its resonance
seeks the positive emotions and their dance.



This simple story begins with " VIMEO Weekend Challenge"
where you just can use the music of vimeo on demand
or own composition: so, why not a melodic whistling ?
After that, everything is causality or coincidence.


Geometry is Everywhere

Take off Again

Swimming and Singing



Thanks to everyone
 for sharing because who share
 is the best way of take care.



Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The best history book




The best history book can be
 a great newspapers collection,
or a good digital pages selection.







So we taught a grandfather who
 kept news clippings of interest.
He said: The news today will be history tomorrow.




It's a good reading practice for you,
 and maybe you can understand this world.
If you get it, please, explains us.




Saturday, September 13, 2014

Transparent Lantern



 Making Transparent Lanterns with
 recycling or upcycling plastic bottles.
You can decorate with your own inspiration
and have a good and soft ilumination.
It's a nice light for the night.
Happy weekend.



 


 More cool and creative ideas on






Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Smiling full moon



When the full moon smile,
everything seems easier.

When the comments are positive,
everyone feels stronger.



Rita Pearson talks about it
whit arifin irony.



Rita Pierson- Cómo estimular la autoestima de tus alumnos
from excellere on Vimeo.




So, let's feel that we are the champions
whit the rhytme of the international song.



Queen - 'We Are The Champions from José on Vimeo.




Then we will feel strong
like Crazy Frog.



Crazy Frog - We are the Champions from Kaktus Film on Vimeo.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Art in Science and Science in Art




The Art and Science
require a lot patience
for go from creativity
and to get reality.

Both can be interrelated
and could be surprising,
always prioritizing 
the welfare of the people.






Artistic view of science.



Art is Science from Nikolaos Manitaris on Vimeo.



Science in the study of art.



May be or maybe,
every area of knowledge,
can have a part of art
and a part of science.




Friday, September 5, 2014

Diversities

The richness of the diversities
It has a lot of possibilities
If all people is respected.


Diversity - Street Dance For Change from Richard Payne on Vimeo.




 Let's dance for a beatiful World.






Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Jules Verne's Adventures


The great writers like Jules Verne
can make you live incredible adventures.
It is curious that since his time he could imagine a future
in several of his novels that then came true.

You can search his books
at the biblioteques or bookstores
or read it on any format,
and can enjoy adventures
like in this sequence:


"The Extraordinary Adventures of Jules Verne"
2013 animated TV series HD 26x26'
Release Date: 14 September 2013 (Italy)
A LuxVide, RaiFiction, Musicartoon co-production
Directed by Enrico Paolantonio







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