Abhorring Apathy, Sadistic Sarcasm, Loathsome Logic, Demented Debauchery , Vulgar Vexations, & whatever other menial shit that tickles my fancy
Reblogged from mentalalchemy
Nanomotors are controlled, for the first time, inside living cells.
"For the first time, a team of chemists and engineers at Penn State University have placed tiny synthetic motors inside live human cells, propelled them with ultrasonic waves and steered them magnetically."
Reblogged from herthemovie
Spike Jonze’s latest film, “Her,” positions itself so self-consciously as a portrait of contemporary society that to watch the film is to witness a high-wire act in which the movie threatens to tumble into myopic presumption at every turn. A number of elements elevate the film, from a fully realized caricature world to a script that manages to implicate a facet of modern social living without passing judgment on it. Yet the key to “Her’s” success may ultimately rely on the film’s revealed truth about its star, that Joaquin Phoenix is not only the most captivating, least predictable and maybe just the best American actor working, period, but the one who best captures our current sense of cultural self.