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Recent development in computer science has made us all dread the day the machines take over. We have seen it time and again in films such as The Terminator (1984). Our creations will eventually bec…

Recent development in computer science has made us all dread the day the machines take over. We have seen it time and again in films such as The Terminator (1984). Our creations will eventually bec…

TIL that in the 1854 New York World's Fair Elisha Otis amazed a crowd when he ordered the only rope holding the platform on which he was standing cut. The rope was severed by an axeman and the platform fell only a few inches before coming to a halt and the elevator industry was on its way.

Elisha Graves Otis demonstrating his patent safety lift at the 1854 New York World's Fair

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Science for my kiddies: An inspirational pun. Albert Einstein "You are living, you occupy space, you have a mass, you matter.

Charlie Chaplin from the film The Great Dictator (1940).

Charlie Chaplin from the film The Great Dictator (1940).

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Joseph Goebbels - A limp leg, a dwarfish stature and an evil heart, giving words to the Reich and its Aryan ideal. As Propaganda Minister and a Ph.D., he was a talented wordsmith and convincing sycophant. He saw a great many similarities between himself and Hitler when, in 1922, he first heard him speak. Education had failed them both, physical perfection was unattainable, but their strength was found in the power of performance. In flattering, drooling letters to Hitler (cont)

Joseph Goebbels - A limp leg, a dwarfish stature and an evil heart, giving words to the Reich and its Aryan ideal. As Propaganda Minister and a Ph.D., he was a talented wordsmith and convincing sycophant. He saw a great many similarities between himself and Hitler when, in 1922, he first heard him speak. Education had failed them both, physical perfection was unattainable, but their strength was found in the power of performance. In flattering, drooling letters to Hitler (cont)

aladyloves:    Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times (1936)    Nice close up Charlie.

Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times far the best Chaplin movie he ever made, telling tale of post modernism.

The Tramp and the worker in Modern Times

The Tramp and the worker in Modern Times

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eden-project, UK - world's largest greenhouse - conceived by Tim Smit and designed by architect Nicholas Grimshaw

Shame opens on a crowded New York City subway and Brandon Sullivan (Michael…

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