The Origin of Consciousness – How Unaware Things Became Aware

The Origin of Consciousness – How Unaware Things Became Aware

Consciousness is perhaps the biggest riddle in nature. Stripped to its core meaning, consciousness is what allows us to be aware both of our surroundings and of our own inner state. But thinking about consciousness has this habit of taking us round in circles. We all intuitively know what consciousness is. It’s this… It’s what […]

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Colourful Nail Stamping with Magic Foil | Moyra Nail School Ep. 3

Colourful Nail Stamping with Magic Foil | Moyra Nail School Ep. 3

Ági uses white Foil Polish for Stamping to stamp the design. The Foil Polish for Stamping has to be very well shaken before use! The No. 12 piXL Clear stamper is a great help in positioning the design precisely. Agi is using Magic Foil No. 02 Gold. Moyra Magic Foil is available in 4 colours […]

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How Artist Claude Monet Was Kind Of Like a Honeybee

How Artist Claude Monet Was Kind Of Like a Honeybee

Of all the things that set humans apart from other animals, of all our inventions and ingenuity, art might be the most unique. In the long history of human art, from cave walls to the Louvre, few can compare to Claude Monet. When we talk about what makes artists like Monet special, we don’t talk […]

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The magic power of vision HTipT #20

The magic power of vision HTipT #20

Hello, I’m Julie-Ann Black, producer of Bold and Irresistible Communicators here at the Auspicious Arts Incubator. Here’s another Hot Tip for this Tuesday. The topic this week is Vision. I’d like you to picture this. You are the producer of your career as a successful artists. I’m curious. Have you imagined what your life will […]

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Be Thou My Vision – piano hymn instrumental with lyrics

Be Thou My Vision – piano hymn instrumental with lyrics

Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart, naught be all else to me, save that Thou art Thou my best thought, by day or by night, waking or sleeping, Thy presence my light. Be Thou my wisdom, and Thou my true word, I ever with thee and Thou with me, Lord Thou my […]

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ScienceCasts: One Carbon Metabolism on the Space Station

ScienceCasts: One Carbon Metabolism on the Space Station

[ MUSIC ] One Carbon Metabolism on the Space Station – presented by [email protected] It has been known for some time that time in space affects astronauts’ vision. Post-flight vision changes have been reported by many astronauts after they spend time on the International Space Station. Many, but not all. But why are only certain […]

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The Anatomy of Teamwork: Master the Art of Collaboration | Diane Paulus

The Anatomy of Teamwork: Master the Art of Collaboration | Diane Paulus

When you work in the theater you always begin privately. There isn’t always an audience. But interestingly there is always a test of what that relationship to the audience is going to be. So you begin with your team of colleagues. On a musical you have a big village of people. You have a choreographer, […]

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Magic Eye: The optical illusion, explained

Magic Eye: The optical illusion, explained

For some of you, the book that I’m holding may invoke some feelings of nostalgia. But, for others, maybe some feelings of inadequacy. These are Magic Eye stereograms. They created a sensation when they came out in the 90s, and it’s easy to see why — a 2D picture that creates a 3D image, if […]

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Simon Sinek: Actually, the Customer Is Not Always Right

Simon Sinek: Actually, the Customer Is Not Always Right

I think it’s funny when we are given advice to always put the customer first. That means employees come second inherently if you’re going to put customer first. Customers come and go. Obviously we want to work to keep them loyal but its employees who spend more time at work than they do with their […]

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Visual Perception – How It Works

visual perception made simple our eyes are like windows to the world we observe the smallest fluff on the rug and the farthest stars in the sky at a stadium we track the flight path of a soccer ball and perceive millions of different gradations of color but how exactly does that work the essential […]

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