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Mimi Goese & Ben Neill, "Cusp"

  • Who knew watching ice melt could be so entertaining?

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    With 36,000 photos, 40 blocks of ice, and 40 timelapses of 4 hours each, French filmmaker Christophe Thockler manages to make the humdrum process of ice melting look rather incredible. The poetic clip, made for the Mimi Goese & Ben Neill song, "Cusp," features ice-blocked objects melting and, er, unmelting in stop motion. The objects are taken from the special edition of the Goese & Neill album, Songs for Persephone. Watch a video of Thockler's process here


    Monsters of Folk "Dear God"

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  • Koostik iPhone Speaker

  • Solid wood iPhone dock takes stereo energy efficiency to, lows.
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  • Predicting Sea Level Rise in a Warming World

  • How high the oceans rise depends on the amount of carbon we emit
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