Geek kids taking #chalk drawings to a whole new level.
I should be asleep
Yeah…when I moved to the bay area I had never heard this…word…before. It doesn’t exist in southern California. Or at least it didn’t at the time. I dislike English snobs who think that The English Language should be spoken a certain way, completely ignoring all the varieties spoken around the world. But there are a few colloquialisms I can’t stand and hella is one of them.
Nothing says action like a medieval knight.
Watched The Resurrection last night. I might stick around to see what they do with the second episode, but wow it was kind of terrible. It does a poor job of imitating The Returned, though it’s based on a novel by Jason Mott and not the excellent French series or the film. This Slate article outlines its lineage:
You might find it hard to imagine gravity as a weak force, but consider that a small magnet can hold up a paper clip, even though the entire earth is pulling down on it.
Harvard theoretical physicist Lisa Randall, one of the smartest women in science today and author of Knocking on Heaven’s Door: How Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Universe and the Modern World, among others, offers this deceptively simple yet brilliant perspective on grasping gravity.
(via It’s Okay To Be Smart)