An Incredible Interactive Chart of Biblical Contradictions.

A few years ago, computer science whiz Chris Harrison created a beautiful visualization linking up every cross reference in the Bible. So, for example, if a verse in the New Testament referred back to a verse in the Old Testament, there was an arc drawn between the two chapters they were in (the vertical lines at the bottom represent the number of verses in that chapter)…Turns out there are 63,779 cross references in the Bible (and that many arcs in the image)!

An Incredible Interactive Chart of Biblical Contradictions.

A few years ago, computer science whiz Chris Harrison created a beautiful visualization linking up every cross reference in the Bible. So, for example, if a verse in the New Testament referred back to a verse in the Old Testament, there was an arc drawn between the two chapters they were in (the vertical lines at the bottom represent the number of verses in that chapter)…Turns out there are 63,779 cross references in the Bible (and that many arcs in the image)!


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DNA humor FTW.

DNA humor FTW.


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THE “NO ONE’S DOG” COMMUNITY ART PROJECT - This is a city-wide problem, and we hope increased visibility will lead to positive change in the lives of residents AND animals alike.

DiverseWorks, Barrio Dogs, Inc., and Box 13 ArtSpace are presenting a community art project to bring attention to the problem of animal overpopulation in Houston. The general public was asked to submit photos of homeless dogs and other animals to the No One’s Dog Flickr page. Selected photos will be chosen and put on put on display at DiverseWorks from July 26th to August 9th.  In addition, a community outreach event will be held at Box 13 ArtSpace on August 9th.  A coloring book about Rusty, one of the dogs saved by Barrio Dogs, Inc., will also be distributed for free. “Rusty’s Journey: A Barrio Dogs’ Coloring Book!” was created by artist Michael Bise. Here’s more information from DiverseWorks:

Building on DiverseWorks’ long history of social activism through art, Barrio DogsBox 13, and DiverseWorks have teamed up to present No One’s Dog, a community-based project that uses art to bring attention to Houston’s animal overpopulation crisis. The project involves a photography exhibition at DiverseWorks (July 26 – August 9, 2014), a community awareness event at Box 13 ArtSpace (August 9, 5 – 7 pm), and a commissioned coloring book created by Houston-based artist Michael Bise. The coloring book tells the story of Rusty the dog (in English and Spanish), one of Barrio Dogs greatest success stories, and will be distributed free of charge.

There are more than one million homeless animals living in Houston, most of which reside in the city’s most impoverished communities. According to the 2010 Health of Houston Survey, stray animals are the number one neighborhood problem in Houston, ahead of crime and public services. Among the areas most affected are the poorest, where it is common to see injured, sick, pregnant, and nursing dogs—oftentimes in packs—roaming the streets and living in parks, alleys, vacant lots, and empty buildings. Sadly, dead dogs are ubiquitous, found alongside busy roads, in ditches, and even in dumpsters—the victims of cars, disease, starvation, or violence.

Please share, especially if you are in the Houston area. Click here for more information. (Photos by Mary Pasicatan Photography - See many other submitted photos at the No One’s Dog Flickr page)


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Shark is truly the finest actor of our generation (via Imgur)


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"Just get on the capybara."

"Just get on the capybara."


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Dammit, they got me there.

Dammit, they got me there.


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Awkward situations with your dog.

Awkward situations with your dog.


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That was pretty pretentious of us. (Image by Kenji Liu)

That was pretty pretentious of us. (Image by Kenji Liu)


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