Today, featured on Atmospheric Optics:
"Iridescent Cloud Beings Over Flatirons of Boulder Colorado"
"Imaginary cloud creatures seem to prance across the sky above the Flatirons of Boulder, Colorado."
Also released today, over at ESO (European Southern Observatory)
"Sifting through Dust near Orion’s Belt (zoom)"
"This zoom sequence opens with a wide-field view of the Milky Way. We close in on the constellation of Orion and as we zoom in on to a region close to Orion’s famous Belt, a fascinating region of dust and reflection nebulosity — known as Messier 78 — comes into view."
Video Credit: ESO/APEX (MPIfR/ESO/OSO)/T. Stanke et al./S. Brunier/Chris Johnson (cuttinedgeobservatory.com)/Digitized Sky Survey 2, and Igor Chekalin. Music: Disasterpeace
On Tuesday, Cara Santa Maria from The Huffington Post released an insightful video covering objectively the benefits and shortcomings involved in the act of prayer. I've known for a long time that a blanket statement of "it's no good at all" isn't quite accurate. The person who is praying does benefit some. Take a look:
Video Credit: Cara Santa Maria / Huffington Post
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