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The Ri is a charity dedicated to connecting people with the world of science.

The Ri is a charity dedicated to connecting people with the world of science.

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05/05/2021

How does a particle accelerator work? ⚛️

Chemistry is beautiful! ✨ Science writer Philip Ball and artists Wenting Zhu and Yan Liang will show you chemistry as it...
04/05/2021

Chemistry is beautiful! ✨ Science writer Philip Ball and artists Wenting Zhu and Yan Liang will show you chemistry as it unfolds through microphotography, time-lapse and infrared thermal imaging.

11 May lunchtime 🎟️ Free/pay what you can. Book now: bit.ly/Ri_Chemistry-Beauty

Chemistry is beautiful! ✨ Science writer Philip Ball and artists Wenting Zhu and Yan Liang will show you chemistry as it unfolds through microphotography, time-lapse and infrared thermal imaging.

11 May lunchtime 🎟️ Free/pay what you can. Book now: bit.ly/Ri_Chemistry-Beauty

What could life be like on Mars? Laser-physicist Kate Greene tells us about her experience on NASA’s first simulated Mar...
03/05/2021

What could life be like on Mars? Laser-physicist Kate Greene tells us about her experience on NASA’s first simulated Mars mission, ‘HI-SEAS’.

🎧 Listen now: https://soundcloud.com/royal-institution/life-in-a-mars-simulation-ri-science-podcast-48/s-rjT1MW8ATcv

What could life be like on Mars? Laser-physicist Kate Greene tells us about her experience on NASA’s first simulated Mars mission, ‘HI-SEAS’.

🎧 Listen now: https://soundcloud.com/royal-institution/life-in-a-mars-simulation-ri-science-podcast-48/s-rjT1MW8ATcv

What did swagger look like in 1902? Like John William Edward Heath.He assisted James Dewar with his research, for which ...
03/05/2021

What did swagger look like in 1902? Like John William Edward Heath.

He assisted James Dewar with his research, for which he had the pleasure of being elected a Fellow of the Chemical Society in 1891, and the pain of losing an eye in an explosion in 1906. 💥

On one occasion prevented a serious accident when some liquid hydrogen ignited. 🔥 What a legend!

What did swagger look like in 1902? Like John William Edward Heath.

He assisted James Dewar with his research, for which he had the pleasure of being elected a Fellow of the Chemical Society in 1891, and the pain of losing an eye in an explosion in 1906. 💥

On one occasion prevented a serious accident when some liquid hydrogen ignited. 🔥 What a legend!

Applications are open for the 2021 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Rising Talent Programme. Five outsta...
02/05/2021

Applications are open for the 2021 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Rising Talent Programme. Five outstanding female early-career scientists can win a bursary of £15,000. Apply now: forwomeninscience.com/authority/united-kingdom-and-ireland---national-programmes

Applications are open for the 2021 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Rising Talent Programme. Five outstanding female early-career scientists can win a bursary of £15,000. Apply now: forwomeninscience.com/authority/united-kingdom-and-ireland---national-programmes

01/05/2021
Helen Sharman - dreams of an astronaut

If androids dream of electric sheep, what do astronauts dream of? 😴 Helen Sharman told us about how some of her dreams take her back into space.

Live 💥 explosive 💥 science learning is back at the Ri! These workshops will only be available from May to July 2021, and...
30/04/2021
Online science workshops

Live 💥 explosive 💥 science learning is back at the Ri! These workshops will only be available from May to July 2021, and were extremely popular when we tested them with pupils in the Spring. Schools can secure their place on our website ↓

Explosive science learning is back at the Ri's L’Oréal Young Scientist Centre with a series of virtual science sessions for primary schools.

30/04/2021
Why science is NOT 'Just a Theory'

Have you ever heard ‘evolution’ dismissed as ‘just a theory’? 🤦 Is a scientific theory no different from the theory that Elvis is still alive? Jim Al-Khalili puts the record straight.

Christmas lecturer Heinz Wolff was born on this day in 1928. His 1975 lectures showed us how we can use a variety of sig...
29/04/2021
Signals from the interior | The Royal Institution: Science Lives Here

Christmas lecturer Heinz Wolff was born on this day in 1928. His 1975 lectures showed us how we can use a variety of signals to figure out what's going on inside things without opening them - including the human body! 📺 Who remembers watching?

You can refresh your memory (or discover the lectures for the first time) at the link below 👇

Imagine that you had to find out what was wrong with a motor car, but that you were not allowed to open the bonnet, or undo any nuts and bolts, or to break any wires. You would have to rely entirely on the noises you could hear, on how it reacted to the manipulation of external controls, and maybe o...

Could the Standard Model of particle physics be old news? 🤯 CERN scientists are coming to the Ri to explain the results ...
29/04/2021

Could the Standard Model of particle physics be old news? 🤯 CERN scientists are coming to the Ri to explain the results of their experiment at the LHCb shook the world of physics. 6 May 🎟️ Free/pay what you can. Book now: bit.ly/Ri-LHC-Force

Could the Standard Model of particle physics be old news? 🤯 CERN scientists are coming to the Ri to explain the results of their experiment at the LHCb shook the world of physics. 6 May 🎟️ Free/pay what you can. Book now: bit.ly/Ri-LHC-Force

Dreams! Black holes! Microphotography!🌌 Are you ready for a May full of captivating science livestreams? All are free/pa...
28/04/2021

Dreams! Black holes! Microphotography!🌌 Are you ready for a May full of captivating science livestreams? All are free/pay what you can.

Get your tickets now: rigb.org/whats-on

Dreams! Black holes! Microphotography!🌌 Are you ready for a May full of captivating science livestreams? All are free/pay what you can.

Get your tickets now: rigb.org/whats-on

Gallium is the "friendliest" of the liquid metals - watch it action! 💧
28/04/2021
The many faces of liquid gallium

Gallium is the "friendliest" of the liquid metals - watch it action! 💧

Controlling the material’s surface tension, oxide layer, and other properties leads to unique behaviors and applications.

27/04/2021

Do you know Morse code? Samuel Morse, pioneer of commercial telegraphy, was born on this day in 1872. We had a bit of fun and recorded our name in Morse code🔉

What does our brain do when we're dreaming? 🧠💤 Join neuropsychologist and psychoanalyst Mark Solms as he explores the me...
27/04/2021

What does our brain do when we're dreaming? 🧠💤 Join neuropsychologist and psychoanalyst Mark Solms as he explores the mechanisms behind the dreaming brain and what dreams really mean.

Pay what you can - book now: bit.ly/Ri-Dreaming_Brain

What does our brain do when we're dreaming? 🧠💤 Join neuropsychologist and psychoanalyst Mark Solms as he explores the mechanisms behind the dreaming brain and what dreams really mean.

Pay what you can - book now: bit.ly/Ri-Dreaming_Brain

Eyes to the sky: tonight the moon is going to be bigger and brighter, as it gets to its closest point in orbit to the Ea...
26/04/2021

Eyes to the sky: tonight the moon is going to be bigger and brighter, as it gets to its closest point in orbit to the Earth 🌕

We won't be able to see any changes in colour, contrary to what the name suggests. The April full moon is named "pink" after the phlox flower, which blossoms in beautiful shades of pink.

Normally, the moon is 384,400km from us, but on this occasion it will be a mere 357,379 km away.

Eyes to the sky: tonight the moon is going to be bigger and brighter, as it gets to its closest point in orbit to the Earth 🌕

We won't be able to see any changes in colour, contrary to what the name suggests. The April full moon is named "pink" after the phlox flower, which blossoms in beautiful shades of pink.

Normally, the moon is 384,400km from us, but on this occasion it will be a mere 357,379 km away.

26/04/2021

Butane burning in a bowl. 🔥 As butane is heavier than air, it sits in the base of the bowl when sprayed from a can, ready to be ignited!

Kids (and adults!) please don't try this at home.

Are you doing a spring clean this weekend? You might help us find some of the missing Christmas Lectures footage! 📼Keep ...
24/04/2021
Missing CHRISTMAS LECTURES

Are you doing a spring clean this weekend? You might help us find some of the missing Christmas Lectures footage! 📼

Keep an eye out for them as you look through old recordings.

You can help unearth missing Sir David Attenborough footage and other iconic science TV shows.

22/04/2021
Our warming planet

Our planet is now one degree warmer than it was when we started the industrial revolution. 🌡️ One degree...is that a big deal? Tara Shine put it into context during the 2020 Christmas Lectures. #EarthDay

Calling all young aspiring astronauts! 👩‍🚀 Join Dr Jackie Bell as she shares her unique experience undertaking tests lik...
22/04/2021

Calling all young aspiring astronauts! 👩‍🚀 Join Dr Jackie Bell as she shares her unique experience undertaking tests like those used in astronaut selection processes in space agencies around the world.

Recommended for ages 13+. Book now: bit.ly/Ri_Becoming-An-Astronaut

Calling all young aspiring astronauts! 👩‍🚀 Join Dr Jackie Bell as she shares her unique experience undertaking tests like those used in astronaut selection processes in space agencies around the world.

Recommended for ages 13+. Book now: bit.ly/Ri_Becoming-An-Astronaut

Happy birthday to HM Queen Elizabeth II, our former patron. Our thoughts are with her on what must be a difficult day wi...
21/04/2021

Happy birthday to HM Queen Elizabeth II, our former patron. Our thoughts are with her on what must be a difficult day without HRH the Duke Of Edinburgh.

In this photo from 1973, Sir George Porter (then Ri Director and Nobel Prize Winner) shows the Queen the reopened Faraday Lab.

Happy birthday to HM Queen Elizabeth II, our former patron. Our thoughts are with her on what must be a difficult day without HRH the Duke Of Edinburgh.

In this photo from 1973, Sir George Porter (then Ri Director and Nobel Prize Winner) shows the Queen the reopened Faraday Lab.

This year marks 150 years since his birth of Ernest Rutherford, the 'Father of the Nuclear Age’. Helen Czerski and Robin...
19/04/2021

This year marks 150 years since his birth of Ernest Rutherford, the 'Father of the Nuclear Age’. Helen Czerski and Robin Ince are hosting a celebration on 27 April, discussing Rutherford, the scientific legacy of his discoveries and the future of physics.

🎟️ Book now, pay what you can: bit.ly/Ri-Rutherford_and_radioactivity

This year marks 150 years since his birth of Ernest Rutherford, the 'Father of the Nuclear Age’. Helen Czerski and Robin Ince are hosting a celebration on 27 April, discussing Rutherford, the scientific legacy of his discoveries and the future of physics.

🎟️ Book now, pay what you can: bit.ly/Ri-Rutherford_and_radioactivity

19/04/2021

We've only gone and done it: 1 million subscribers on our YouTube channel! 🔥 Fire was, of course, involved in our celebrations.

You're not there yet? You're missing out. Subscribe now for over 900 interesting science videos 👉 youtube.com/user/TheRoyalInstitution

This is a Dewar flask, an insulating vessel very common in travel mugs and thermoses ☕️It works by placing a smaller fla...
18/04/2021

This is a Dewar flask, an insulating vessel very common in travel mugs and thermoses ☕️

It works by placing a smaller flask within a larger one, and sealing them at the neck. Between the two vessels is a gap which has had almost all of the air sucked out to create a near-vacuum.

This vacuum reduces heat transfer between the drink inside your flask, and outside world, be it hot or cold. This is because there are too few particles in the vacuum for heat energy to transfer through it by conduction or convection currents.

(Photo credit: Paul Wilkinson)

This is a Dewar flask, an insulating vessel very common in travel mugs and thermoses ☕️

It works by placing a smaller flask within a larger one, and sealing them at the neck. Between the two vessels is a gap which has had almost all of the air sucked out to create a near-vacuum.

This vacuum reduces heat transfer between the drink inside your flask, and outside world, be it hot or cold. This is because there are too few particles in the vacuum for heat energy to transfer through it by conduction or convection currents.

(Photo credit: Paul Wilkinson)

We remember HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, by looking back at his 60 year long relationship with the Ri.
17/04/2021
Remembering His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh

We remember HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, by looking back at his 60 year long relationship with the Ri.

Our Interim Head of Heritage and Collections, Charlotte New, remembers His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh by looking back at his 60-year relationship with the Ri.

16/04/2021

The Lyrid meteor shower will be active and visible from the UK starting tonight, and peaking around 22 April 🌠

Keep an eye on the constellation of Hercules, where the shower's radiant point is. This will be at its highest in the sky just before dawn, though the shower should be active throughout the night. ⭐ At its peak, we can expect up to 16 meteors per hour!

Folks in Yorkshire will get front row seats as the Earth's rotation puts them at an ideal angle to face the meteors.

What would we do if  we didn't have access to supplies of 'critical materials' used in our products and infrastructure? ...
14/04/2021

What would we do if we didn't have access to supplies of 'critical materials' used in our products and infrastructure? 🔧 Join David Peck as he explains how a circular economy could be a promising approach to mitigate these issues.

Get your ticket, pay what you can: bit.ly/Ri_Prometheus-Missing

What would we do if we didn't have access to supplies of 'critical materials' used in our products and infrastructure? 🔧 Join David Peck as he explains how a circular economy could be a promising approach to mitigate these issues.

Get your ticket, pay what you can: bit.ly/Ri_Prometheus-Missing

How can we reengineer human beings for life on other planets? 🪐 NASA scientist Christopher E Mason will be talking to us...
12/04/2021

How can we reengineer human beings for life on other planets? 🪐 NASA scientist Christopher E Mason will be talking to us about a 500-year plan to prepare human genetics for life on other worlds.

20 April - get your ticket, pay what you can: bit.ly/Ri_500-years

How can we reengineer human beings for life on other planets? 🪐 NASA scientist Christopher E Mason will be talking to us about a 500-year plan to prepare human genetics for life on other worlds.

20 April - get your ticket, pay what you can: bit.ly/Ri_500-years

Exactly 60 years ago, young cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to be launched into space. 🚀 He was in orbit f...
12/04/2021

Exactly 60 years ago, young cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to be launched into space. 🚀 He was in orbit for 108 minutes, travelling around the Earth once and reaching a maximum height of 327 kilometres. #YurisNight

Exactly 60 years ago, young cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to be launched into space. 🚀 He was in orbit for 108 minutes, travelling around the Earth once and reaching a maximum height of 327 kilometres. #YurisNight

We’re sad to hear of the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Alongside Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, he made a stron...
09/04/2021

We’re sad to hear of the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Alongside Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, he made a strong contribution to our work to inspire everyone to think more deeply about science.

We’re sad to hear of the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Alongside Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, he made a strong contribution to our work to inspire everyone to think more deeply about science.

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein discusses her love for physics, from the Standard Model of Particle Physics, to the physics of ...
08/04/2021

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein discusses her love for physics, from the Standard Model of Particle Physics, to the physics of melanin in skin, to the latest theories of dark matter. Join her - book now: bit.ly/Ri_Disordered-Cosmos

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein discusses her love for physics, from the Standard Model of Particle Physics, to the physics of melanin in skin, to the latest theories of dark matter. Join her - book now: bit.ly/Ri_Disordered-Cosmos

07/04/2021

Happy birthday to Christmas Lecturer Chris Bishop! 🎂 Here's one of our favourite demos he did at the Ri, showing how chemistry can be used to produce light. 📸

Watch in full: youtube.com/watch?v=rmtK2BgmGCw

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Thanks very much for this lecture: An Introduction to Quantum Biology - with Philip Ball t.ly/OMuB Here are a few notes for those who might wish to explore these ideas in regard to quantum theory and perception. ______ The mathematical machinery of QM became that of spectral analysis. ~Steen Similar light produces, under like conditions, a like sensation of color. ~Helmholtz If you ask a physicist what is his idea of yellow light, he will tell you that it is transversal electromagnetic waves of wavelength in the neighborhood of 590 millimicrons. If you ask him: But where does yellow come in? he will say: In my picture not at all, but these kinds of vibrations, when they hit the retina of a healthy eye, give the person whose eye it is the sensation of yellow. ~Schrödinger Harmonic analysis in the broadest sense refers to a general principle in mathematics that links geometric objects with spectral objects. The two kinds of phenomena are sometimes related by explicit formulae, sometimes by parallel mathematical theories and sometimes by laws of physics. The principle seems to be a profound aspect of the inner structure of mathematics, of which sound is but one special case. Light is another kind of spectral phenomenon. It comes in different colors, or wavelengths,[!] which we can observe by passing sunlight through a prism. We speak of the spectrum of light, or more generally of the electromagnetic spectrum, to mean the range of possible wavelengths. This is the scientific origin of the term spectral. One can devise physical experiments with radiation in which the physical or geometric properties of the equipment govern the wavelengths of the radiation that is produced. ~Arthur Thus the colors with their various qualities and intensities fulfill the axioms of vector geometry if addition is interpreted as mixing; consequently, projective geometry applies to the color qualities. ~Weyl The laws of electromagnetic field theory as expressed by James Clerk Maxwell in the mid 1800’s required dozens of equations. Vector analysis offered a more convenient tool for working with EM theory than earlier methods. Tensor analysis is in turn more concise and general, but is too abstract to give students a conceptual understanding of EM theory. Weyl and Poincaré expressed Maxwell’s laws using differential forms early this century. Applied to electromagnetics, differential forms combine much of the generality of tensors with the simplicity and concreteness of vectors. ~Warnick & Selfridge
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Very disappointed this year with the Christmas lecture's, not one demo actually worked to plan ,we understood what would or should have happened when co2 was poured onto the lit candles but our 10 year old didn't because the candles were already extinguished. Poor explanations and lacking in clear simple explanations for children ,better luck next year 😏
I have always enjoyed the Christmas lectures, aimed at young folk but the language was well-suited for a non-scientific adult like me! however, what on earth happened this year?? i thought the Royal Institution was all about education? about explaining science ? so how is it that the first lecture, while very well presented was appallingly put together, no cogent thread -(and i speak as a teacher here) what point was this guy making?? all i got was that it's volcanoes that cause an excess of CO2!!!! thank heavens that the second lecture was at least cogently organised so that one could follow it! however, despite repeatedly saying that it's humans who affect the climate, WERE WE TOLD HOW? even the uninitiated must know by know that burning fossil fuels is the main cause of the excess of CO2, a major cause of climate change. this was a GOLDEN opportunity to teach so many young people, to show them what we need to do to help slow down climate change. maybe the third lecture, tonight will point the way for humankind but i doubt it....rumour has it that the lectures are funded/that you are supported by the oil industry. well that explains everything doesn't it?
Just heard from someone from Polynesia give a hopeful view of the future: he says it lies with the young audience of the RI Christmas Lectures to change the world. Unfortunately the power lies with the elite. I should know because I’m old enough to have tried to make a difference. I fought in the 80s. #Twyforddown #greenhamcommon
Q: Do you provide a platform or hold lectures for the scientists who hold DIFFERENT views/evidence opposite to the all prevailing "man-made" global warming and climate change? If not - that's clearly bias and dangerous propaganda. Especially if you willfully suppressing other views and available evidence! WHO is sponsoring your activities and lectures?
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Though Wrapped in Marxist Rhetoric, the 'PROJECT' was Essentially NATIONALIST "In Applying Marxism to China" Quote Media Era "Must be Combined with Specific National Characteristics and Acquire a 'DEFINITE NATIONAL FORM" (Hence: Choice Selection) Introduction: Studio 54 ________________________________________________ (1) Angel Number [54] ________________________________________________ 🇨🇳China Remembers Chairman Mao & 1954 1st Convention Communist Party ________________________________________________ Thoughts of The 21st Century Part (1) Studio 54 : Lets Us Read Let Us Dance The Best Studio 54 🇨🇳Mothership Note 1st China (Community Party) Meeting ________________________________________________ 5 THOUGHTS🧠🧠🧠🧠🧠 ________________________________________________ 1 “Even Reading is an Act of Protest” 2 “Until Lion Learns to Write Stories Will Always Glorify The Hunter” 3 As Voltaire (Age Of Enlightenment Philosopher) Publication Candide Ends We Begin “Time to Cultivate Gardens”+”In Best of Possible Worlds 4 “The Future is Growing Our Own” 5 “Declare No Enjoyment Than Reading” ________________________________________________ 4 GROUPS🌐🌐🌐🌐 ________________________________________________ 1 [BAU] “Business As Usual” Group Thinks Always ‘No Crisis” 2 [P:PET] “Public Private Education Technology “ Group Undergoing ‘Revolutions ’3 [CoR] “Cultures of Resilience” This Group Make “Adaptive Changes” Adapting Accordingly Changes from ‘Internal & External Influences’ Finally.. 4 [VaL] “Values And Lifestyle” This Group of 'Beautiful People' Make Up “The Influencers” Take The Lead in “REVIVAL” (Renewal) ________________________________________________ (HOW?) Becoming "Directors And Generals" By What Means : "Any Means Necessary" ________________________________________________ How to Direct The BBC By "New Knowledge" & "Relevant News" CC "Constructive Criticism" ________________________________________________ BBC The Politics Show : The Only Quotations Worth It x (2) ________________________________________________ George Osbourne Chancellor Conservatives X (2) ________________________________________________ Quotes First Quote 1. “Exploitation is a Function of Capitalism” ________________________________________________ Social Media Response “We Have All Got Budgets, George” Double Meaning See: Budgies The Canaries (Wales) Mining Community 1984 & LAST PLANT See Pixar: WALL:E🤖 Last Robot Earth & ADVANCED Robot EVA.. 🤖 LAST PLANT is "The Monkey Puzzle Tree"🎄 EVERGREEN Found On ALL Continents Except An'TART'Ica.. ________________________________________________ Thatcherism During 2010-2020 Proclaimed Loud & Clear Theme Music of This Eventful 10 Years. ________________________________________________ ‘Ding D**g: The Wicked Witch is Dead” 💿 vs “Rage Against The Machine" 💿🎄Christmas Number 1“ ________________________________________________ 🇬🇧BBC & The Internet +Digital Media 2010 - 2020 Beyond ________________________________________________ Second Quote 2. “The BBC Is Not an Imperial Power” ________________________________________________ Regarding 2010 BBC i:Player to 2012 UK Digital The Big Bang Of Broadcasting 'Anyone Can Broadcast' with Introduction of🤖 Smartphone Applications 🤖 Deeper Meaning From Those PRODUCERS “Building Apps” vs CONSUMERS Using Abusing “The Killer Apps” Fact is The 🤖“Apps Doing the Killing”🤖 🤖Social Media is a 😠'Hate Speech Platform'😠 NEW TERM: Social Stinging Mark Stung Profit Made NOT Basically "It Never Was".... 🤖“Social Media Be Social & Computers to Compute” 🤖 ________________________________________________ Further Notes BBC Director General Resigns 2020 Amid Thoughts of NOT Keeping Up with Internet & Digital Era (BBC Tried 2010) As Mentioned BBC Was Taking ‘Affirmative Action’ in 2010 BBC i:Player ‘World Wide Service of BBC ‘Edutainment’ Balanced : "Education & Entertainment" From BBC Children in Need Lou Reed with Celebrities : ‘A Perfect Day An Advert’ for BBC 1997 Tagline Was: “The BBC is What You Make It” Note BBC ADVERT :PERFECT DAY"’ from Velvet Underground Transformer Album Its Was A Perfect Day Shakespearean 1st Date. “MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING” Open Air Theater 🇬🇧REGENTS PARK LIFE 🇬🇧 ________________________________________________ Proudly Presents 🇨🇳 China Olympics Opening Ceremony🇨🇳 60 Second Countdown Walk On 2 Feet 2000 Drummers ________________________________________________ PASSOVER - RELAY - LIGHT of OLYMPIC FLAME 🔥 ________________________________________________ Then 🇬🇧London Opening Ceremony 2012 🇬🇧Directed by Danny Boyle 'Slum Dog Millionaire' Also BBC Westminster Abbey 100 Years Armistice BEACH ART Remembering GREAT WAR +Credit: Sunshine🌞Rescuing The SUN🌞 ________________________________________________ Produced by Directors Inspirational Minds (Est. O9) For 'Acute Mental Health Sufferers" Tagline Slogan: "Here To Help Here to Inspire" +Content Developers +Programmers +Coders Living JADE🟢 ________________________________________________ Theme John Lennon "IMAGINE"🧠Importantly "WOMAN'♀️> _________________________________________________ NB Latin 'Notare' Translates to Nota (Note) Bene (Well) Used in 'Essays" & "Thesis" in Footnotes. Means 'Certain Individuals' Pay Attention to It..