A fascinating look at, well, the making of a film score. This is based on the upcoming CBC series The Great Human Odyssey.
This is a genuinely fascinating video from the Guardian. “Three volunteers are on the shortlist to be among four people on the Mars One programme, the first manned space flight to Mars – a one-way trip that’s effectively a suicide mission. A physics student in the UK, a young doctor from Mozambique and an Iraqi-American woman, all happy to sacrifice their futures for a place in history. Why do they want to leave Earth, and who are they leaving behind? As the list of potential Mars explorers is whittled down further on 16 February, meet those competing to be the first to land on the Red Planet.”
As much as we’re making a mess of Earth, I do quite like it. So I doubt I could ever have the will to do this trip to Mars. But it’s a great video to see who might.
I don’t know about you, but I actually find this stuff really fascinating.
A simple question: What if we live the same way we travel?
Ever wondered what if Ghostbusters was a 1980’s Anime? Well here’s an animated short cartoon that answers your question.
A woman meets a cosmonaut on chat roulette… Quite a charming little film, directed by Ben Aston.
I worry this is going to be me in a few years. (Merry Christmas!)
Age is just a number, as proven by 62 year-old Milos Kmetko from Slovakia.
Randall Hayes delves into the scientific theories concerning the age-old questions of death and resurrection. Kind of runs on from the last post (just to add some further cheer at this time of year).