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devidsketchbook:

Castle On A Grain Of Sand

Artist Vik Muniz and artist/researcher Marcelo Coelho collaborate to place a drawing onto a single piece of sand, less than a single millimeter wide, and took four years to complete - video embedded below:

After four years of experimentation, Photographer Vik Muniz and designer Marcelo Coelho successfully created microscopic drawings of castles on single grains of sand. Take an in-depth look into the advanced and archaic processes and inspirations behind these revolutionary micro-masterpieces.

You can find out more at the Creators Project here

[ via: prostheticknowledge ]

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ajtechknow:

mothernaturenetwork:

Switching fonts could save the U.S. government millions — and it could save you some cash, tooA middle-school student discovers that printing documents in a certain font can reduce ink consumption by an astonishing amount.

A 14-year-old is trying to save the US government $136 million a year just by rethinking how they use established technology in a really basic way. What did you do today? 

ajtechknow:

mothernaturenetwork:

Switching fonts could save the U.S. government millions — and it could save you some cash, too
A middle-school student discovers that printing documents in a certain font can reduce ink consumption by an astonishing amount.

A 14-year-old is trying to save the US government $136 million a year just by rethinking how they use established technology in a really basic way. What did you do today? 

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blue-voids:

Zack Seckler - Botswana, 2009

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ajtechknow:

ajtechknow:

Apple recently released an ad celebrating their 30 years of work, and one of the people shown in this ad was featured on “TechKnow.” Jason Koger is a bilateral amputee using i-Limb bionic technology to replace both hands.

Learn more about him: “i-Limb bionic tech and the triumph of human perseverance

Re-watching this, because it’s still cool that Jason Koger’s in it. We know that guy! 

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90377:

P1286818 - Copy by razor4343 on Flickr.

90377:

P1286818 - Copy by razor4343 on Flickr.

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mumblechops:

Wish upon the twinkling blue star Sirius, always Sirius, always.

mumblechops:

Wish upon the twinkling blue star Sirius, always Sirius, always.

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foxmouth:

Above the Clouds, 2013 | Nicola Odemann

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jwunderbread:

wastetheday:

A lot covered in one book….

where have you been, jack douglas
what kind of things have you seen

jwunderbread:

wastetheday:

A lot covered in one book….

where have you been, jack douglas

what kind of things have you seen

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shortformblog:

openareas:

Go home, JC Penney, you’re drunk.

JC Penney, doin’ it wrong.

shortformblog:

openareas:

Go home, JC Penney, you’re drunk.

JC Penney, doin’ it wrong.

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jtotheizzoe:

explore-blog:

Alice in Quantumland – an imaginative allegory of quantum physics, written and illustrated (!) by a CERN physicist, doubly brilliant for flying in the face of gender stereotypes with a female protagonist who makes sense of some of the most intense science of all time. 
More here. 

Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things about quantum mechanics before breakfast.

jtotheizzoe:

explore-blog:

Alice in Quantumland – an imaginative allegory of quantum physics, written and illustrated (!) by a CERN physicist, doubly brilliant for flying in the face of gender stereotypes with a female protagonist who makes sense of some of the most intense science of all time.

More here

Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things about quantum mechanics before breakfast.

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sci-universe:

"Beauty of mathematics" by Yann Pineill & Nicolas Lefaucheux.

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