Mosaic illustration of a human skull for May 2011 cover of Discover magazine.  Skull evolution (for Discover magazine)

Mosaic illustration of a human skull for May 2011 cover of Discover magazine. Skull evolution (for Discover magazine)

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Discover Magazine: David Brin Predicts the Future: Back in 1999, I forecast that people would shrug off future shock when the big millennium rolled around. Now I suspect there really was a 21st-century trauma. Romantic nostalgia is rampant. You find very little interest in the modernist agenda of confident problem solving.  I also expected a few technologies that never came....

Discover Magazine: David Brin Predicts the Future: Back in 1999, I forecast that people would shrug off future shock when the big millennium rolled around. Now I suspect there really was a 21st-century trauma. Romantic nostalgia is rampant. You find very little interest in the modernist agenda of confident problem solving. I also expected a few technologies that never came....

Liesl Pfeffer combines her photographs to create abstract nature-inspired collages. One could label her work as “mixed media”, though she’s given herself the title of “photo-media artist”.

Liesl Pfeffer combines her photographs to create abstract nature-inspired collages. One could label her work as “mixed media”, though she’s given herself the title of “photo-media artist”.

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Discover Magazine: The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles - Mind & Brain

Discover Magazine: The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles - Mind & Brain

"a bit of confusion in regard to ego boundaries" | Ego Boundaries, or the Fit of My Father's Shirt | Originally heard it on RadioLab, season 1 episode 1, "Who Am I?"

"a bit of confusion in regard to ego boundaries" | Ego Boundaries, or the Fit of My Father's Shirt | Originally heard it on RadioLab, season 1 episode 1, "Who Am I?"

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Showcase and discover creative work on the world's leading online platform for creative industries.

Showcase and discover creative work on the world's leading online platform for creative industries.

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Teach students about the lever, wheel and axle, pulley, screw, wedge, and inclined plane with this downloadable lesson sheet on simple machi...

Teach students about the lever, wheel and axle, pulley, screw, wedge, and inclined plane with this downloadable lesson sheet on simple machi...

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A blueprint for the perfect face is a mathematical formula discovered by Dr. Stephen Marquardt, a plastic surgeon working in Southern California. Based on the golden ratio. Beautiful people’s mouths were 1.618 times wider than their noses, it seemed, their noses 1.618 times wider than the tip of their noses. As his data set expanded, Marquardt found indeed that the perfect face was loaded with golden ratios.

A blueprint for the perfect face is a mathematical formula discovered by Dr. Stephen Marquardt, a plastic surgeon working in Southern California. Based on the golden ratio. Beautiful people’s mouths were 1.618 times wider than their noses, it seemed, their noses 1.618 times wider than the tip of their noses. As his data set expanded, Marquardt found indeed that the perfect face was loaded with golden ratios.

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