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neon on my naked skin, passing silhouettes

Some link salad to pass the time:

Stalin's Falcons--female fighter and bomber pilots in WWII.

Justine Musk on why limits are interesting in fiction.

Very nifty Youtube video:



featuring enthusiastic scientists.

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YAY! I'm a huge fangirl and wrote my first fan-letter in years to the "Symphony of Science" guy when the first one, "A Glorious Dawn", came out. You can watch both of them at: http://www.symphonyofscience.com/

<3
ICON LOVE.
I've been playing it all day. It's wonderful in so many ways--and yes, you've got the line I love the most

--we are a way for the cosmos to know itself--

But then, the "Cosmos" series was the one piece of television I wanted to share with my kids in the same way that I wanted to share certain childhood books. When I found the videos at the library and was able to have them see them, I felt that part of my mission as a parent was done.

... you know, I love every piece of dialogue that Symphony of Science used, come to think of it.

Night Witches! AWESOME!
Awesome clip! Thanks for posting it!
Fantastic video clip. I love it. Wonderfully mixed. Thanks.
Thanks for the link soup. My hubby and I really enjoy the vids. We are both kind of deGasse junkies (Nova and Nova Science Now).
We are made of star stuff.

What a sentance.
That's a frickin' awesome video. I remember loving Cosmos as a kid.

The video also included a short clip from the wonderful Powers of Ten movie.
Justine Musk's article was really interesting, especially since I'm smackdab in the middle of her book, BloodAngel.