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Thought of the Day with an Interesting Thought for your Day...

A thoughtful film set in the Space future...

JohnnyExpress from AlfredImageworks on Vimeo.


Thought of the Day: Amazing time-lapse footage of earth from the ISS.


Thought of the Day: Dive Underwater to 120 metres with Champion Freediver William Trubridge



Thought of the Day: the Bailey-Salgado Project, merging Science & Art

An Interesting video preview from the Bailey-Salgado Project, merging science and art...

ALMA Time-lapse sequences - June 2010 from Jose Francisco Salgado on Vimeo.


Thought of the Day: the Human Brain & Interesting Animation

A discussion on the human brain with some very interesting animation...


Thought of the Day: the Future of Books

A glimpse into the future of interactive books. The company Push Pop Press has just been acquired by Facebook.


Thought of the Day: The Inventor of the Digital Camera

This following video thought is a quick interview with Steven Sasson. He invented the digital camera, taking his first ever shot on it in December 1975.

Note: how the digital information is recorded to a cassette tape...


Thought of the Day - Galactic Thoughts

The Milky Way, in which the Earth and our solar system reside, is about 100,000 light-years across and a 1,000 light-years thick.

A light-year is a relative scale of measurement, comparative to how far light travels in a year (in one second it travels 186,000 alone).

If the distance from the sun to Pluto was reduced to the size of a UK 10 pence piece (1 inch / 2.5 cm), the Milky Way would be the size of France.

The Milky Way contains between 200-400 billion stars. By comparison the next nearest spiral galaxy to us, the Andromedia Galaxy (2.5 million light-years away), contains 1 trillion stars.

Our Solar System is located halfway out from the center of the Milky Way galaxy, on the inner edge of the Orion-Cygnus Arm. Our sun orbits around the center of the galaxy once every 225-250 million years (called a Galactic or Cosmic Year).

The closest star system to Earth is the Alpha Centauri system. It lies about 4.37 light-years from us, or 25,689,592,880,812 miles (25.6 trillion miles)... give or take a few!