An inspiring clip taken from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s ‘The Lang & O’Leary Exchange’ where 14-year-old activist Rachel Parent debates Kevin O’Leary on the question of why genetically modified foods need to be labeled and avoided. Rachel runs the Kids Right To Know Club on Facebook.
Morning Glory is an AM dance party in London started by event producer Samantha Moyo and bodywork therapist Nico Thoemmes whose motto ‘Rave your way into the day’ is catching on in London. The concept? Leave the traditional gym behind and get your morning workout by dancing in a club with DJ’s and array of smoothies, massage and coffee bar.
What relieves stress, lifts your mood, strengthens your immune system, reverses effects of aging and can calm better than a sedative? Music of course! Watch this clip for more on this great study put together by two psychologists at Montreal’s McGill University giving us another reason to make it and enjoy it!
How big is the universe compared to a grain of sand? It may be difficult for the human brain to understand just how vast the universe is but let’s try to put things in perspective a bit.
Santiago Gonzalez is a 14-year old developer in Littleton, Colorado who is fluent in a over a dozen programming languages and has created 15 apps to date. He entered college at age 13 and is expected to graduate with a computer science and electrical engineering degree by age 16 and will get his masters degree at 17.
This is truly inspirational…
Landfill Harmonic is an upcoming feature-length documentary about a remarkable musical orchestra in Paraguay, where the musicians play instruments made from trash.
What will you do with the next 364 days in front of you? Whatever you do, make it count…
Kelvin Doe is a 15 year old African teen who has recently become a shining example of how DIY and maker culture is really being used in situations of extreme scarcity to help build communities.
What’s it like being a news reporter in the middle of a weather disaster?