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Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith from Panic! at the Disco sit down with Metacafe Music Editor Andrew Greenstein to talk about their song writing process, their musical influences, and how close they actually came to breaking up.
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Edoardo Zanon, co-founder of the Leonardo3, unveiled a functional model of Leonardo da Vinci's Harpsichord-Viola at the Ontario Science Centre.
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Scientists have finally demystified the incredible workings of a 2,000-year-old astronomical calculator built by ancient Greeks.
A new analysis of the Antikythera Mechanism, a clock-like machine consisting of more than 30 precise, hand-cut bronze gears, show it to be more advanced than previously thought - so much so that nothing comparable was built for another thousand years.
"This device is just extraordinary, the only thing of its kind," said study leader Mike Edmunds of Cardiff University in the UK. "The design is beautiful, the astronomy is exactly right ... In terms of historical and scarcity value, I have to regard this mechanism as being more valuable than the Mona Lisa."
If the sharp-sightedness of the Greeks had kept pace with their intelligence, then maybe even the Industrial Revolution had begun one thousand years before Columbus. And so, in our era, we would not just try to visit the Moon, but we would already have arrived on other close planets.
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In this video I share with you an important quote I recently came across by Jim Rohn.
"When talking about personal success, I like to ask four questions. Why? Why not? Why not you? Why not now? Why not acquire the means to travel first class through life, to see the Mona Lisa first hand, to swim the crystal waters of the Bahamas, to sample the food in Paris or Africa? Why not do it all? There's really nothing like a view from the top"
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My friend, Tomas, gave me a list of people he admires and I morphed them. Da Vinci is represented by his alleged self-portrait, the Mona Lisa :D
This is a pretty cool video of someone speed painting the Numa Numa guy Gary Brolsma using chocolate syrup and a spoon. Look out Mona Lisa, we have a new most treasured piece of art in the world.
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This week it's all about the new U.S. President, Barack Obama! He wants to use tech to make government more transparent and interactive, and we look at the positives and pitfalls. Plus, our Artist of the Week takes to into a world where the Mona Lisa has tattoos and we look at a couple of tools to expand Twitter and Facebook. To get the show early with all the show links, go to *******epicfu****!