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More than just a madman

You'll get a flag from YouTube (The following content has been identified by the YouTube community as being potentially offensive or graphic. Viewer discretion is advised.) when you click on this post. The only potentially offensive thing in this video is that it raises very valid points about our culture.


What Happens When You Introduce 'Troubled' Black Youth To Theater

Untamed Americas - Gigantic School of Rays

A meeting to discuss getting the humans out of the oceans?

The (Freakin') Solar Roadways project is trending...

They have reached 97% of their $1,000,000 fund raising goal, but only have seven more days to meet their goal.

Their Indiegogo.com crowd source page is listed under the video.



God help the English Learner...

Fast Food Folk Song -- or Singing Drive Through Taco Bell order

Chimes for Autism


More about Chimes for Autism below:

The Story of the Woodstock Chimes for Autism™

The Woodstock Chimes for Autism was inspired by several uplifting stories shared by loyal Woodstock Chimes customers. One story about a young boy, Tyler, stands out.

Tyler has autism and lives near Toronto, Canada. By far one of Woodstock Chimes' biggest fans, Tyler's musical acuity is so strong that when a musically-tuned Woodstock Chime is rung, he can identify it by name. To honor Tyler - and to support all those living with autism - Woodstock Chimes created the Woodstock Chimes for Autism, with 100% of the wholesale after-tax profits from this chime going to autism treatment and research.

Production Note: In the video, Jamey Wolff, co-founder of the Center for Spectrum Services, says autism effects one in 55 - she was referring to the fact that autism effects one in 55 boys (it effects one in 88 children). Update: since the interview, these figures were revised to 1 in 42 boys and 1 in 68 children.

Mozart and the Woodstock Chimes for Autism™

One aspect of autism is hypersensitivity to sound.¹ Studies have found that music therapy can assist with some of the challenges attributed to autism.² Mozart's music, in particular, has been a blessing for some individuals living with autism.³ The Woodstock Chimes for Autism features a specially designed clapper, so its soothing tones ring more gently. The chime is musically-tuned to a melody from Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21.


Pale blue dot


God shared "I fucking love science" on Facebook...

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