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The Eclectikus Box is full of arbitrary amusementrelatively haphazard stuff, and incidental niceties.

For something more methodic, try my award winning blog "Science is Beauty".




Craziness doubtless has more followers and servants than Wisdom. Don Quixote (II, 13)



twitter.com/scienceisbeauty:

    A beautiful song inside a beautiful video. Or viceversa, up to you. Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi Present - Rome -

    — 2 months ago with 3 notes
    #music  #Arts  #video 

    rockpaperhamburger:

    Watch this if you want to have surreal nightmares about creepy dancing chimps

    WTF!!!

    — 2 months ago with 4 notes
    #chimps  #video  #humor 

    Brilliant! Tom Waits/Cookie Monster mashup - God’s Away On Business

    — 3 months ago
    #video  #humor  #rock 
    ucresearch:

What do lizard tails have to do with robotics?
Researchers at UC Berkeley are studying the way lizards use their tails for balance.  They’re using this information to develop better robots that could be used in search and rescue missions. 
See how “Tailbot” works →

    ucresearch:

    What do lizard tails have to do with robotics?

    Researchers at UC Berkeley are studying the way lizards use their tails for balance.  They’re using this information to develop better robots that could be used in search and rescue missions. 

    See how “Tailbot” works

    (via rrrick)

    — 5 months ago with 598 notes
    #physics  #bizarre  #video  #animals 

    genietvanuwvrijheid:

    BEN SIDRAN - HIGHWAY 61 - ALBUM : DYLAN DIFFERENT

    bass player is amazing- and maybe its just this song- but this guy is too cool

    Masterly!

    — 10 months ago with 2 notes
    #music  #dylan  #video 

    transcendertheme:

    Silver Black Cycle

    Casio commissioned Heavy Backpack’s Rhett Dashwood and Cypheraudio’s John Black to create this short film for the Silver + Black exhibition.  Using circles as a symbol of time; decaying particles and undulating waves transition throughout the animated work to show that the only constant is change. The piece then loops to begin a new life cycle.

    Found on Ventilate.ca

    (Source: transcendertheme)

    — 2 years ago with 9 notes
    #design  #video 

    TOO MUCH OF A STORY

    — 2 years ago with 5 notes
    #video  #Arts 

    Bruce Springsteen - Blowin’ In The Wind
    (yeah, you’ve read rightly)

    — 3 years ago
    #video  #dylan  #rock