An underwater river in Mexico. The river is made of hydrogen sulfide. As hydrogen sulfide is much denser than water, it stays at the bottom and creates its own river. However, hydrogen sulfide is classified as a level 4 in the MSDS, and is very dangerous. Definitely not something you want to go take a dip in.
Synesthesia - Dr. Hugo Heyrman ( ( (Motions of the... →
It is in the space between inner and outer world, which is also the space...– Donald W. Winnicott
Extending the Synesthetic Code: connecting... →
Synesthesia and Memory, by Cassidy Curtis →
a fun little visualization to play with
It is worth speculating further about the relationship between queerness and...– Imminent Domain, Queer Space in the Built Environment, Christopher Reed
Another subtle element of queer space is its engagement with the past. From San...– Imminent Domain, Queer Space in the Built Environment, Christopher Reed
In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie illustrates how listening to music involves much more than simply letting sound waves hit your eardrums.
Julian Treasure: The 4 ways sound affects us
Julian Treasure: Shh! Sound health in 8 steps
Using nature’s genius in architecture A reminder to stay optimistic. Thanks Ben.
May genius be with you. Thanks for posting this, Aline.
where to go from here