Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Science of Kids

Nick is a 6-year-old boy who doesn???t lie. At least according to his father, Steve. So imagine Steve???s chagrin when he witnessed what a hidden camera had documented in the McGill University laboratory of psychologist Victoria Talwar. In order to wi… Continue reading

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Smiling Faces

you can keep it in a library or something, and when you want to see some particular town???s people???s smiling faces you can go and check that section of the film. We can also arrange it with a television network so that whenever you want to see face… Continue reading

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Quincy Jones: Arts Education in America

make no mistake, every artistic vocation whether it is music, dance, painting, literature, the moving image or architecture is vitally important to the fabric of our country’s history and deserves to be protected, promoted and nurturedvia Quincy J… Continue reading

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NFB Digital Storytelling Workshops

Part of the Canada CODE side-events of the Olympics (and why not!!) NFB presents its storytelling traveling show:super cool and an incredible opportunity for those who wish to participate. The goal of the program is for participants to contribute … Continue reading

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the truth of all

To understand the truth of all is to find a few simple pointstranslation via translationparty.com where english is taken to japanese and back again, over and over, until the process reaches equilibrium. original: “All truths are easy to understand… Continue reading

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Ladies: Be Optimistic … or Else

Optimistic women have a lower risk of developing heart disease or dying from any cause compared to pessimistic women, according to research reported in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association. Researchers also reported that women wi… Continue reading

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Can a gun have a soul?

Brad Bird???s award-winning but critically ignored feature animation debut pondered how a paranoid, post-war America might react to an overwhelmingly powerful interstellar invader. A decade on, the cult classic stands as arguably the most intellectu… Continue reading

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