Watch incredible story about milk.

See lecture of Walter Veith and face the truth.
Take a minute of your time to watch this and you will not regret it!
English with croatian subs :)


“Valorizing the Sphere” - David McConville.

In this brilliant and superbly illustrated 41-minute presentation, David McConville, President of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, uses the geometry of the sphere as a lens and speculum through which to visualize the relationships between humanity, worldview, culture, and the greater world in which we live. Starting with the image of the sphere in religions and cosmology, McConville takes us on a historical and cultural voyage to the emergence of the spherical planetarium dome as a tool for envisioning our relationship to the world.
Drawing on the work of Buckminster Fuller, McConville addresses one of the key dilemmas and ironies of our time: Despite the fact that we are now altering the structure of the Earth on a planetary scale and every major ecosystem is in decline, due to hyperspecialization and the radical fragmentation of knowledge, most academic disciplines are powerless to address the kinds of systemic crises we now face.Through the image of the sphere and its use as a tool for immersive data visualization, we are now able to make invisible relationships visible on a planetary scale.As McConville beautifully illustrates, this provides a possibility “to transcend disciplinary boundaries to create true transdisciplinary discourse.”

Youtube for the Science Soul.

  1. Bill Nye the Science Guy Those of us who grew up in the ‘90s had the blessing of singing the theme song to the TV show, but have no fear, he’s upgraded and made a Youtube channel for the new millenia. Enjoy!
  2. Khan Academy If you don’t know what’s going on in class, this is the first place you should look on the internet.
  3. Crash Course Eye-catching, concise, and made by the Green Brothers, these videos teaches not just biology, chemistry, anatomy & physiology, astronomy, but also literature, history, politics, and some psychology.  
  4. SciShow Brings together science, news, history into a skepticism and enthusiam-filled channel to make curiosity contagious.        
  5. MinutePhysics Physics is hard, and there’s so much to think about, so these kind people made videos that explains things in just a few minutes
  6. Vsauce Answers hard questions you may or may not have had, like “Is Cereal Soup?” or “How Many Things are There?”. Involves science, math, psychology, and a bit of peculiar.
  7. Numberphile Math made interesting, almost to the extent of romance.
  8. ASAP Science The geniuses who made the video at the top of this post. They do science videos weekly with interactive activities to make things fun.
  9. Smarter Every Day A lesson a day will keep the boredom at bay. Slo-mo, curling, and physics… oh, my! What might seem like a random topic to you, might make you think twice about the world.
  10. Sick Science! Party tricks? Maybe. Magic Tricks? Possibly. Science Tricks? Definitely. Science experiments made for the kitchen.

I do lectures now bruh bruh! LECTURES!