Tag Archives: Science

James Lovelock

James Lovelock James Lovelock is described as an independent scientist, environmentalist and futurist. He proposed the Gaia theory – the idea that Earth functions as a self-regulating system, as a living organism does. Everything on (and to the very core … Continue reading

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CERN visitor experience

The week the Large Hadron Collider was switched back on following a period of upgrade, I flew out to Geneva to try out CERN’s visitor experience. Globe of Science and Innovation, 2015 The Universe of Particles exhibition is housed in … Continue reading

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Revelations in photography

Étienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904), Air currents revealed by streams of smoke broken by a solid object, 1901 An exhibition featuring some of the rarest images from the pioneers of early scientific photography and the influence on modern and contemporary art. The … Continue reading

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#distractinglysexy

On the same day the BBC announced that Twitter is losing followers, the CEO has stepped down and the rumour mill has begun to sew the seed of its demise – it is not commercially successful, Twitter has been at … Continue reading

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Ruth Maclennen – We Saw it–Like a Flash

We Saw it – Like a Flash, Ruth Maclennen, 2003-2006 We Saw it–Like a Flash journeys through 50 years of biotechnology, our history as seen on TV. The BBC archives have been rearranged and entangled to uncover forgotten narratives about … Continue reading

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Tesla

Nikola Tesla in 1890 “There is an influence which is getting strong and stronger day by day, which shows itself more and more in all departments of human activity, and influence most fruitful and beneficial—the influence of the artist. It … Continue reading

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HEXEN 2.0 by Suzanne Treister

From ARPANET to DARWARS via the Internet, Suzanne Treister HEXEN 2.0 is a project by British artist Suzanne Treister that was on show at the Science Museum, London. HEXEN 2.0 charts the coming together of diverse physical and social sciences … Continue reading

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