The Day the Dinosaurs Died is a beautiful video about the impact of the asteroid. It’s full of sly humour for adults and education for youngsters.
Furthermore, this engaging 12 minutes is a demo of what Kurzgesagt (German for “in a nutshell”) does. It’s a welcome rabbit hole.
I really didn’t mind the plug for the shop at all. You can find it here via some geographical directions.
The Pocket Log notebooks are going on my wishlist.
I don’t quite have space for the evolution poster, and, sadly, it’s sold out. The Extinction of the Dinosaurs is still available, though and full of detail.
The Munich-based team live up to their mission statement of raising awareness of science, space, technology, biology, history and philosophy. The team uses humour and storytelling to do this, and I feel that’s very much in keeping with Geek Native.
There’s a Patreon for supporters that includes Patreon-only streams. A quick glance at the supporter count suggests that many people get value and enjoyment from being part of the community.
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