Good morning! TGIF and all that.
Apollo 10 was launched today in 1969, in 1980 Mt St. Helens erupted and killed 57 people in the most damaging eruption in US history.
OK, the next aural illusion is upon us. I don’t quite get the intended result, I hear ‘Brain-needle’ plus a noise. As with the previous example, what you hear is largely to do with the frequency / pitch balance in your playback device of choice, plus your ability to hear high or low frequencies. This one adds aural priming as well.
Think the Laurel or Yanny thing is weird?
You can hear the words ‘Brainstorm’ or ‘Green Needle’ based on which word you think about. Try it.pic.twitter.com/7TrS9XNhNR
— George Aylett (@GeorgeAylett) May 17, 2018
Dances with sharks
— Tom Chivers (@TomChivers) May 17, 2018
It wasn’t just cats that artists of previous eras struggled with.
— Ennius (@red_loeb) May 17, 2018
Some fascinating footage from Hawaii
Kilauea (2018) – Amaaazing Shots – Fire and Water 3.
.#lava #KilaueaEruption #KilaueaVolcano #volcano #eruption #hawaii #kilauea #vulcao #news #video #science #usa #nationalgeographic pic.twitter.com/w9SKZWEEo4
— WeatherVideos (@weather_videos) May 16, 2018
Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose
Comic-Con 1389 pic.twitter.com/N9VYvbLnsj
— Socially Distant Brian Bucklew ₑͤ＞∿＜ₑͤ ∞🌮 (@unormal) May 17, 2018
Cheesy joke of the day.
Duet for felid and hominid
Attack of the looming sitter. I hope everyone is okay.
— AJ Jefferies (@moonjam) May 17, 2018
And a claim that may or may not be true. England has its fair share of rude place names too.
— Simon Kuestenmacher (@simongerman600) May 18, 2018
Finally, the real reason we are all here: a cat that never forgets the true priorities of life.
Hili: A few more repetitions and I’m ready.A: And then?Hili: Then I have to eat something.
Hili: Jeszcze kilka ćwiczeń i będę gotowa.
Ja: A potem?
Hili: Potem trzeba coś zjeść.
Hat-tip: Susan, Matthew, Heather