Saturday, March 21, 2015

The Equinox leads a New Season

To receive the new Season, an original Music
which remember us everything is cyclic.

Eighty Five - Spring (Music Video) from Eighty Five on Vimeo.

According to what you're hemisphere of the earth,
have experienced a different equinox,
but either Autumn or Spring,
color changes everything.

The colors are cool in Spring
when Nature awakens from winter break.
The colors are warm in Autumn
where nature has nourished on the summer heat.

You can play with nature color's changes
 and every inspiring new sensation that you feel.
It's just like let go in a blank.
Maybe that's why equinoxes seem to have a changing effect.

There's a phenomenal proposal on


  Grow your Creativity  

Friday, March 20, 2015

Welcome to Spring with Astronomical Show

Broadcast live Total Eclipse of the Sun
 from Faroe Islands on

This animated map shows the path
of the total solar eclipse and the Moon's shadow
 as is progresses
from it's start at sunrise below Greenland
to it's end at the North Pole.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015


Maybe the best remedy
may be Music and Comedy.
The diving in great songs
can change our sensations.
There's a nice piece for you
where swimming with the Octopus.

Octopus's Garden from goldmine1969 on Vimeo.

"Octopus's Garden" 
by The Beatles

I'd like to be under the sea
In an octopus's garden in the shade
He'd let us in, knows where we've been
In his octopus's garden in the shade

I'd ask my friends to come and see
An octopus's garden with me
I'd like to be under the sea
In an octopus's garden in the shade

We would be warm below the storm
In our little hideaway beneath the waves
Resting our head on the sea bed
In an octopus's garden near a cave

We would sing and dance around
Because we know we can't be found
I'd like to be under the sea
In an octopus's garden in the shade

We would shout and swim about
The coral that lies beneath the waves
(Lies beneath the ocean waves)
Oh what joy for every girl and boy
Knowing they're happy and they're safe
(Happy and they're safe)

We would be so happy you and me
No one there to tell us what to do
I'd like to be under the sea
In an octopus's garden with you
In an octopus's garden with you
In an octopus's garden with you

Here is another fun version of this song
in a cardboard theater can do yourself.

octopus's garden from zkaboro on Vimeo.

How make a cardboard theater for kids:

  Activity Tree  

  Blue purple and scarlett 

   Chilhood 101  

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Aquatic Treasure

The water changes its color
pursuant to everything having around
for though it is transparent
behaves as a lens
and produces light refraction
or even as a mirror with reflection
depending on the position
of the eye that makes the observation.

Its behavior as a lens
is very evident
when it has drop shape
where the image having bounces
and looking with precision
you can see inversion.

 Water is the most indispensable element for the life,
However many harmful elements are discharged in it.
In fact, water bodies don't have borders.
Perhaps the problem is unsolvable and heal the water is a chimera.
Neither groundwater are safe because there is leaks
 through the permeable layers of soil and increase the damage.

Another problem is appears new problems
for instance others origins of pollution
while the old difficulties haven't  solution.
The progress suffers such an acceleration
that the use of expendable items generalizes
without weighing the detrimental effects.

More about it on:

How water works

Fresh water supply

 Water drop as lens

Los problemas del agua

L'aigua al món

Some interesting aquatic videos
on these of    VIMEO  

Fish, Sea Life & Oceans

Land and Water

Animation adout the trip of a drop:

If Water Had Eyes from Alan Becker on Vimeo.

Some considerations about water's equilibrium on

Monday, March 9, 2015

World's icosahedron

What about a geometric adventure?
We can play with the icosahedron which is a figure 
with twenty plane faces, especially equilateral triangular ones.

Combining geometry and geography
we will have a world of funny shape
where is easier calculating distances. 

Some curiosities:

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Sea Turtles

The world is our home as the carapace for the turtle.
Maybe saving the sea turtle may be one first step
on the long way improve our world.

We can learn a lot of the species of sea turtle
 and their armonious activity orlongevity.

They are here since a lot milion years ago evolving slowly.
However they are endangered
 by climate change and water pollution,
including among them is the human persecution
in search of edible parts or their shells
to make musical instruments.

Save Sea Turtles from Escape to Nature on Vimeo.

More about it on:

 Sea Turtles 
by Smithtown High School West

  Tour de Turtles 

     Sea Turtle Song    

Monday, March 2, 2015

World National Parks

Maybe one of our best progress
 is on braking to the progress:

Putting limits on the growth of large living areas
and creating parks where Nature lives calm.

Some of the best Nationals Parks the world.

 You can enjoy a collection of great filmations
from various natural parks across the globe on

Have a nice travel.
How about starting this journey 
with this great compilation of America?

Video consists 9 National Parks:
Yellowstone NP, Bedlands NP, Cuyahoga Valley NP,
Grand Teton NP, Haleakala NP, Kings Canyon NP,
Sequoia NP, Yosemite NP, Gateway to Channel Islands NP.
In addition Niagara Falls and Devils Tower National Monument.

Thanks to   PrimoMedia   for sharing two years of work.

How about finish the journey on New Zealand?

"Some of New Zealand's stunning wilderness areas.
• the volcanic land forms in Tongariro National Park,
a World Heritage Site;
• coastal scenes, rock formations and a rain forest
 in the Paparoa National Park
on the South Island's West Coast;
• the limestone arches and tannin waters of the Oparara River
 in Kahurangi National Park;
• the back country and alpine areas of Nelson Lakes National Park; and
• other iconic scenes found on some of New Zealand's tourist routes."

Thanks to   Stephen Patience Photography
 for sharing his great work.