"This is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." - Neil Armstrong
As technology has linked communal learning and sharing, the efforts of the world wide web is to permit accessibility to information and in doing so deconstructs the traditional methods citizens receive news and shared networks. It can be worrisome to imagine closure of this free way of collective thinking. One of the strongest educators for our century is through photo and video journalism as our eyes capture evolutionary knowledge, filters various intelligence through analysis and suspect of propaganda. However, if pictures of our humanity are displayed in all aspects of our emotions, personalities and mental agility we gain insight to the possibilities and potential of our species. The curious are rapidly gathering data for entertainment, assessment and categorization of the strange, bizarre, unknown or relishing in the beautiful globalocracy that reflects life.
One of the most concise collection of informal education
by the heterodox websites: 2leep.com / visboo.com; barnorama.com; http://urbantitan.com; & http://www.stellasmagazine.com
The variety is somewhat of a smörgåsbord for the those looking for a pit stop in the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy. From the odd to porn poised women to iconoclastic ideas fresh and relevant to our times, it is one of my favorites places to venture on a rainy afternoon.
One favorite find is the tardigrada, known as the ugliest water monster but is actually a microscopic water dweller that can survive just about any horrific conditions that would kill any other animal. They are the only animals known to survive the vacuum of space.