A story of people sharing meaningful moments.
Incredible illustrated travelling journals
Precision soul capturing
Mais Que Nada
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 + Tom Jones -
Nothing like this today...
The joy of the mathematical symmetry...absolutely fascinating
Universe size comparison
At Planck's leaps... from (tiny) nothingness to (huge) nothingness
ASMR Brushing You Into a Deep Coma (No Talking)
Go into a deep coma through the most calming bruising noises
A mesmerizing set of videos of the most wondering places of Earth...
Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe
The Universe. Eric Whitacre's "Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe" is a unique film and musical experience inspired by one of the most important scientific discoveries of all time: the Hubble Telescope's Deep Field image.
Earth Views: Earth From Space Seen From The ISS
Dancing Jerusalema all over the World 30min mix
O wanitwa mos, O wanitwa mos
Master Master KG
O wanitwa mos
Jerusalema ikhaya lami
Olafur Eliasson Studio
An animated map of the Earth
Isabel Vinardell & Isabelle Laudenbach
Mo Laudi Feat Flavia Coelho - Por Cima
Map of closed railway lines in the Iberian peninsula
Those marvelous trains, back then...
More here: https://www.eldiario.es/economia/seria-espana-si-no-hubieran-desaparecido-7-600-kilometros-vias-tren-mapa-muestra_1_7241934.html
Human satellites across the Solar System
An engaging simulation of all human satellites around the Sun and the Solar planets.
Universe Size Comparison (2020)
Across distances, starting up from the Planck Lenght
Dancing in a Projection-Mapped Cube
Beauty on the real virtual mix
Beautiful Cornwall in 1916 in colour! [HD restored and AI colorized]
A wonderfully restored and colorized film about beautiful Cornwall in the UK more than a century ago in 1916 (silent film). The film title is "The Cornish Riviera" by Kineto ltd. London.
So beautiful to go back in time
The Wardian Case
An incredible device that changed the moving of plants across the planet...
Labourers in Victorian Times, in 1901, now in color
Old days like they were yesterday...
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