Part 2: Archive of the Synapse
The notion of parallel and intertwined worlds is shared by contemporary quantum physics and teleologically-based mythologies. The Archive of the Synapse is a museum and research institution dedicated to exploring this notion from an intergrated approach, freed from the limitations of operating within the assumptions of a single discipline. This "virtual tour" of the Archive of the Synapse introduces basic ideas behind the Synapse, or interstitial gap between multiple worlds, and the Keepers, those individuals, subcultures, and cultures who believe themselves to be the guardians of the Synapse. The Archive was last displayed in its entirety in San Francsisco in 2003, but continues to exhibit portions of its collection nationally. To find out more, visit www.synapse-archive.com.
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- His new music video, "Earth," features artists such as Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheehan, Kevin Hart, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
- All proceeds of the music video will go to environmental causes, Dicky said.
Some evidence attributes a certain neurological phenomenon to a near death experience.
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- A forensic artist in Scotland has made a hyper realistic model of an ancient dog.
- It was based on the skull of a dog dug up in Orkney, Scotland, which lived and died 4,000 years ago.
- The model gives us a glimpse of some of the first dogs humans befriended.
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