Planet Earth from Space – ISS August – 2015I still dream about being on the space station with the feeling of being weightless. The weightlessness is the most amazing, relaxing and natural feeling.While we've taken seeds into space, and astronauts on the International Space Station have eaten lettuce they've grown, we haven't produced fruit in space, so we can't pollinate something. – Helen SharmanRaw photos courtesy of Nasa ArchiveOriginal timelapse video by Riccardo Rossi (ISAA) – Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License Music: SkyDub by PsykickMore interesting articles and awesome videos you can find on our pages. #interplanetary #spaceweb #spaceinternet #spacenetwork #spacenet
Back from International Games Week Berlin, it was really awesome, funny and crazy!
I recorded over hundred videos, the best will going online soon on Change Games Entertainment ! Here you can see the latest video I took at A MAZE, the Independent Festival for Art and Video Games after a long night at Berghain Club.
Yes you can get sick about VR if you spin around to much 😀
We need to start keeping oil in the ground, and the Amazon is a great place to start. Do your part at http://amazonwatch.org/p2pThe science is clear: we have to keep 80% of fossil fuels in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate change, so why are we looking for more?#Keepitintheground #ActInParis #ClimateChange #COP21 #EarthToParis
Pakistani firefighter Mohammed (Master) Ayub grew up poor and struggling for an education, and he swore never to let that happen to another kid. So for 30 years he's been teaching poor children under a tree in a park. Al Jazeera's Hassan Ghani went for a lesson.Read more about Master Ayub: aje.io/PakistanTeacher
Pakistani firefighter Mohammed (Master) Ayub teaching for around 30 years poor children in parks. That’s a true master teacher, respect for his methods, like to use best of environments and power of nature outside for best learning conditions. In my opinion he is one of the top 10 teachers worldwide! Other schools could learn from.
How I wish I was like the water,
Flowing so freely with every drop
Let my every emotion wonder,
No need to start, nor even stop
How I wish I was like the fire,
Burning with every flame up
Leaving a trace of hot desire
As a Phoenix raises its’ wings up
How I wish I was like the earth,
Raising each flower from the ground
Seeing the beauty of death and birth
And then returning to the ground
How I wish I was like the wind,
Hearing each whisper, sound and thought
A lonesome and wandering little wind,
Shattering all that has been sought
Oh, how I wish I was where you are,
Not separated by empty space, so far
It seems like we’re galaxies apart,
But we find hope within our heart
And how I wish I was all of the above,
So I can come below and yet forget,
The beauty of angels which come down like a dove
And demons who love with no regret.
– Virgil Kalyana Mittata Iordache
A breathing planet, off balanceEarth’s land and ocean currently absorb about half of all carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels, but it’s uncertain whether the planet can keep this up in the future. NASA’s Earth science program works to improve our understanding of how carbon absorption and emission processes work in nature and how they could change in a warming world with increasing levels of emissions from human activities: http://climate.nasa.gov/news/2364/.
DREAM still has some of the most stunningly beautiful imagery we have seen from Burning Man. DREAM was directed by Rich Van Every, who also was one of the cinematographers on the related documentary feature, "Spark: A Burning Man Story" about the origins and growth of Burning Man over the past 28 years.If you enjoyed DREAM, please share it. You can find Spark on iTunes at http://j.mp/sparkbm or you can buy and download the film without any copy protection at http://spark.vhx.tvPlease support the artists and their efforts to make more films about artists and innovators by buying or renting Spark through legitimate channels.