links for 2007-07-02
By injecting an amnesia drug at the right time, when a subject was recalling a particular thought, neuro-scientists discovered they could disrupt the way the memory is stored and even make it disappear while leaving other memories intact.
50,000 B.C. population growth start with 2. The semi-scientific approach yields an estimate of about 106 billion births since the dawn of the human race. About 5.8 percent of all people ever born are alive today in a global population of 6 billion people.
A blog that defies definition, but in a good way: the architecture section is as jam packed with far-out design as the discussion boards are with substance. Topics range from furniture design to master planning pertains to architecture and design.
Michiel van Raaij regularly writes about architecture in the Netherlands and the United States in a diverse set of architectural magazines & media. He is one of today’s most uncannily sharp-eyed critics of iconic architecture.