Posts by Pierre

Baccalauréat Lausanne University Area of specialty: Exploring the horizon of the human imagination, Assistant to the Director since 1993


Gravity from Clemens Wirth on Vimeo.

Some analogue experiments with gravity.
Video: Clemens Wirth (
Audio: Radium Audio (

Inspired by Lautlos from Feedmee ( and the movie Inception

Is Marijuana Legalization a Huge Win for Civilization?

Jason Silva, host of National Geographic Channel’s Brain Games, calls marijuana legalization a huge win for civilization. Beyond cannabis’ therapeutical uses, Silva offers an argument that being able to choose to use cannabis represents a step toward cognitive freedom. The decision to legalize will also disassociate the drug with criminality and boost its association with an immersive altering of consciousness.

Experience Turkey in 3:30 secs

Watchtower of Turkey from Leonardo Dalessandri on Vimeo.

Watchtower of Turkey by Leonardo Dalessandri

Watchtower of Turkey by Leonardo Dalessandri

Watchtower of Turkey by Leonardo Dalessandri

Over than 3500 km traveled in 20 days, capturing landscapes from the bluish tones of Pamukkale to the warm ones of Cappadocia, the all passing by a great variation of colors, lights and weathers through six other cities.
I’ve crossed Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Istanbul, Konya; and tasted baklava, kunefe, doner, the turkish tea; and got the chance to meet the soul of Turkey, its people.. and got their smiles and their hospitality.
This is Turkey lived by me from north to south, and I hope you enjoy it :)

Directed and edited by Leonardo Dalessandri

Hang Son Doong, The World’s Largest Cave

Hang Son Doong - Ryan Deboodt

Hang Son Doong - Ryan Deboodt

Hang Son Doong - Ryan Deboodt

Take an otherworldly journey through Hang Son Doong, the world’s largest cave, by both ground and air. Filmed near the entrance and the first and second dolines (skylights) which are 2.5 and 3.5 km inside the cave respectively.

The Cosmic Joke: The Hubble Spots Smiley Face in Space

Galaxy Cluster SDSS J1038+4849 - NASA & ESA, acknowledgement to Judy Schmidt

Pictures of space get a lot of smiles around here, but it’s pretty rare for one of them to smile back at us.

This adorable image — in which the galaxy cluster SDSS J1038+4849 seems to be smiling at the camera — comes courtesy of the Hubble Space Telescope. It was spotted by Judy Schmidt, who submitted a version of the image to the Hubble’s Hidden Treasures image processing competition, where anyone can sift through the Hubble’s massive data pools to highlight hitherto ignored sights from the stars.

Continue reading the article here.