Daryle Lockhart

theenergyissue:

Fritz Kahn: Man as Machine and the Birth of Infographics

Fritz Kahn (1888–1968) was a German physician and prolific popular science writer known for pioneering infographics. He wrote on a range of topics, from the Milky Way to the atom, and often used startling metaphors, both verbal and visual, to make complex principles of nature and technology comprehensible to layman readers. In The Life of Man, an encyclopedic work of 1600 pages and 1200 illustrations, Kahn depicts biology as industrial and mechanical processes. Adopting avant-garde visual techniques and contemporary styles like Neue Sachlichkeit, Dada, Surrealism, and Constructivist photomontage, he draws comparisons between the energetic processes of the human body and those of automobiles, buildings, electric lights, furnaces, and more.


Ever wondered how much water/caffeine/alcohol you’d need to drink to reach a lethal dose? This graphic shows the median lethal dose for all three!Read more detail about LD50 tests in the accompanying post: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-ol

via compoundchem

Ever wondered how much water/caffeine/alcohol you’d need to drink to reach a lethal dose? This graphic shows the median lethal dose for all three!

Read more detail about LD50 tests in the accompanying post: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-ol

via compoundchem

thatmovieguydoe:

Rumored DC Cinematic Universe Line-Up!

The Batman in 2019 came from a separate (and slightly less reliable) source, but if the first group of films are revealed to be true, than that one would make sense.

If these films are revealed to be in production at Comic-Con (which is only 2 weeks away!), than I will be the happiest DC Fanboy on earth! COME ON, DC! IT’S TIME TO SHOW MARVEL WHAT YOU’RE MADE OF!

(FYI, If this is officially announced, prepare to see a nine mile long post of me going in depth on my thoughts on each and every film and how pumped I am for the DCCU)

Sources: Nikki Finke and Latino Review.

MARVEL CONTEST  OF CHAMPIONS REVEAL TRAILER

revealed at  Comic Con in San Diego.

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Felix Clay explored your brain’s Sexytime Mode for you. See what he found out.
5 Bizarre Ways the Brain Links Sex With Shame

Toward the end of 2012, a curious article was published online, in various media outlets, about how sexual arousal suppresses disgust. … In the test, it meant women who were sexually aroused were more willing to put their hands in a bucket of used condoms than women who were not aroused, and, speaking as a currently not-aroused man, that’s pretty gross and disturbingly creative. Good job, scientists! 

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cracked:

Felix Clay explored your brain’s Sexytime Mode for you. See what he found out.

5 Bizarre Ways the Brain Links Sex With Shame

Toward the end of 2012, a curious article was published online, in various media outlets, about how sexual arousal suppresses disgust. … In the test, it meant women who were sexually aroused were more willing to put their hands in a bucket of used condoms than women who were not aroused, and, speaking as a currently not-aroused man, that’s pretty gross and disturbingly creative. Good job, scientists! 

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Yes, I know. These movies aren’t made for critics. But, as a long time reader of “Guardians”, if this movie is what I think it is, the comic book movie game is about to turn up a bit.