Canadian passport under normal light.

Today I want to be Canadian

I love travelling. Collecting stamps in my passport is a souvenir that is precious to me and so far I have kept my passports and the memories it contains. But today I more than ever I wanted to be Canadian.

The Niagara Falls are amazing either way but illuminated like that there are two feelings in my chest: Jealousy and Awe.

This is how the passport looks under normal light.

Canadian passport under normal light.
Canadian passport under blacklight

Canadian passport under blacklight

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Sometimes I wish this worked.

via George Takei Working with seismic data packages can be quite a hassle. The User Interface is stuck somewhere beyond the 80s’ and you wonder where you’re supposed to supply the punchcard. Has anyone tried this novel approach yet?

Lying with statistics

Lying with statistics.

You can see it quite often today, that an essential part of an axis is missing. I usually think highly critical of not showing your entire plot. Finally someone has made the appropriate visualization about lying with statistics. Baseline matters via Flowing Data from Reddit  

Disney Princesses (as) rock!

You know the Disney princesses. You have seen them reimagined as guys, as pregnant, across different ethnicities and bearded. Now finally geologists get their fair share of Disney reimagination as well. (Yes even more than the bearded ones.) I present to you the work of Kevin Bolk: Disney princesses reimagined as pile of rocks. Cherterella […]