cinematographiliac:

Endless list of beautiful cinematography

Manhattan (1979)

Director of Photography: Gordon Willis

Pascuala Ilabaca - “Lamenta la canela” 2010 - Video Oficial

Aguó la constancia, quemó la pasión, frió la paciencia, cortó el amor! cortó el amor!

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azurea:

Canción urgente para Nicaragua- Silvio Rodríguez.

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guitarralibelula:

renattamaricel:

"Las verdades elementales caben en el ala de un colibrí.”

José Martí

Hoy me propongo fundar un partido de sueños, talleres donde reparar alas de colibríes….

-Ala de colibrí- Silvio Rodriguez 

Ala de colibrí liviana y pura…

tamburina:

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - From Her To Eternity

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King

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bpod-mrc:

25 July 2014

The X File

This deceptively simple image revolutionised molecular biology. It also represents one of the most notorious controversies in science. ‘Photo 51’ was taken by Rosalind Franklin, who was born on this day in 1920. It is an x-ray crystallography image of DNA, created by bombarding a tiny DNA sample with x-rays for more than 60 hours. To most of us, this striped cross might not mean much, but to a few scientists in 1953 it held the secret to the structure of DNA. The controversy surrounds the instant Maurice Wilkins, who worked in Franklin’s lab, showed the photo to Francis Crick, a molecular biologist at Cambridge University, without Franklin’s knowledge. Crick published a paper with his colleague James Watson describing DNA’s double-helix structure. Wilkins, Crick and Watson shared the Nobel Prize in 1962. Franklin, whose peers never accepted her, died of cancer four years earlier, and couldn’t receive the prize posthumously.

Written by Nick Kennedy

Image by Rosalind Franklin and Raymond Goslin
Copyright held by Oregon State University Libraries

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