Is the ubiquity of camera phones having a ruinous effect on photography? Throughout the ages, new technologies are always said to be the ruin of something. The best camera is the one you have with you.
Brittany Trubridge is affectionately known as “The Mermaid Yogi” for her exquisite underwater yoga art photography. I caught up with Brittany to talk about her mission of bringing people closer to nature through yoga, her ocean conservation work, and the importance of circling home.
Everything in this world is made of
energy. Some energy, such
as that composing a table or a chair, moves slowly. You can see, touch,
discuss, and prove the existence of these slow-energy objects. But most of the
energy in this world can't be seen, heard, or touched through our typical five
senses. It moves so fast that we can't perceive it.
Susan Joy Rennison is a geophysics lecturer specializing in the emerging science of space weather. In this interview she discusses recent discoveries in astrophysics and the plasma-electrical universe, mythology, politics, and the energy grid.