Internet content continues to multiply exponentially (or logarithmically; or perhaps rampantly, or wantonly). Looking for visual beauty?
Or what can happen when food is insufficient?
Perhaps your interests run to the criminal:
or to underlying childhood influences:
Maybe you seek to avoid disease:
Or to better understand a particular condition:
http://discovermagazine.com/2013/nov/ = TILT
Or to show solidarity with a suffering friend:
There are simple tests to predict life span:
And graphics to provide perspective on factors that can affect life span:
There are images that offer novel points of view, over years:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLCF7vPanrY = time lapse of every nuclear explosion 1945 – 1998
or a single minute:
And, of course, to help us dissipate the rampant anthrocentrism that afflicts modern human society, there are numberless cute cat & dog videos, adorable baby elephant photos, and these two fine examples of mutually rewarding inter-species communication:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-zAtUggOq8 = scientist with wild baby panda
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