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August 14, 2010

Nu Skool Breaks Radio & The Daily Psychedelic Video Blog

by Evan Mantri — Categories: animation, electronic music, links, music, trippy, video — Tags: Leave a comment

Added a breakbeat channel to the online-music-links section and a very cool new psychedelic video blog to the online video-links and blog-links sections on the right panel:

April 24, 2010

April Novelty Piñata

Software composes beautiful and haunting melodies.  Conceptions of reality challenged.

Over 100 unusual Earth instruments with pictures & samples.

30 documented little known facts about America everyone should know.

3D Islamic architectural geometry?  Or lucid DMT flash?  (skip to 2:04)

Björk and Michel Gondry working on 3D IMAX project!

Reflecting reality, Mexico’s Museum of Drugs outgrows it’s space.

20 Subversive Works of Urban Guerrilla Street Art.

Reason.TV interviews Amy Alkon about clever Libertarian approaches to a rude society.

Scientists can turn off brain’s ‘morality center‘ with magnets.  Does this mean it’s possible to turn it on as well?  Mushroom tea anyone?

Also, a mysterious genetic anomaly leads to lack of racial bias and stereotyping.

This same gene appears to a play pivotal role in human intelligence.

The Mash-Up and the music industry are investigated in RIP: A Remix Manifesto.

Fascism in the USA:  The Utah Rave Incident (with Video)

Wade Davis on paradigms, aboriginal dreaming, and ritual gestures.

Preview of The Mindscape of Alan Moore.

During first contact, Paul Davies will bear responsibility of being the human ambassador.


December 4, 2009

Linkdump 12/04/09

by Evan Mantri — Categories: animation, art, cannabis, chemistry, links, science, technology, trippy, video — Tags: Leave a comment

Michigan opens it’s first cannabis college!

Mearone makes amazing, DMT-inpsired surreal & spiritual art.

Over 40 clips of the most bizarre sci-fi movie dream sequences.

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is an interesting animated short with hard-rock soundtrack.

Some eerie examples of hyperrealistic sculpture.

Earth’s weather as you’ve never seen it before.

The first singing computer: Daisy Bell.

Author of ‘The Prohibition Hangover’ discusses alcohol in America.

November 14, 2009

More links …

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Io9 recalls the Curious Case of a Woman Addicted to Her Brain Implant.

On the astrobiology front, NASA reproduces building block of life under space conditions.

Angelic voices made visible in the Glottal Opera.

Let there be Comix!  Robert Crumb illustrated the entire Book of Genesis.

Craig Tracy makes amazing body-painting art.

Nassim Haramein & Amber discuss orgasms during childbirth with local news.

Take a tour through the history of opium and see antiques at the online Opium Musuem.

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