Incredible Art Made by Projecting Light onto a Polyhedron Sculpture

While it may be accurate to describe New York Artist Dev Harlan’s art as the projection of changing light patterns onto a polyhedron structure, such a description doesn’t do justice to the beauty created by Mr. Harlan.  Someone was paying attention in his geometry class…

Dev Harlan – “Parmenides I”, 2011 from Dev Harlan on Vimeo.

Dev Harlan – “Parmenides I”, 2011

Foam, wood, plaster, video projection

Dimensions approx 8′ diameter

Light sculpture at Christopher Henry Gallery, NY. Presented as part of Dev Harlan’s solo exhibition “The Astral Flight Hangar”

Videographer: Dustin Cohen

Audio: USMILEAMBIENT by Shamantis




Dropping Acid… A Cookbook

Dropping Acid Reflux Diet Cookbook

Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cureoffers delicious recipes, backed by hard science, designed to eliminate the painful condition most commonly referred to as acid reflux.

I have worked with the author, Dr. Jaime Koufman, for many years prosecuting patents claiming groundbreaking treatments for laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR), gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), atypical reflux, and acid reflux.

She is a pioneer in the field of laryngology and has applied her groudbreaking work to something we all love… food.

Links: Dropping Acid: The Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure.


Popular Science Archive Is Online – All 137 Years!

popular science archives

The entire 137-year archive of Popular Science is available online!  Thanks Google!

Links: Announcement, Search the PopSci Archives.


Richard Feynman – Ode on a Flower

Richard Feynman was one of the great physicists of the 20th century, and an incredible teacher.  He won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his contributions to the development of quantum electrodynamics.

I learned about Feynman in the 1980s when I was studying physics, and spent many a night watching films of his famous lectures at Caltech.  To this day, he has inspired me to persevere in my love for science and math, while appreciating that science and math do not derogate the arts and humanities.  To the contrary, math and science only add to the beauty, mystery, and appreciation of the world – art and science are complementary.

This short video says it all: YouTube – Richard Feynman – Ode on a Flower.