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Beauty in every grain: The hidden charm of sand
posted September 9 2011 11:32.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis

For the first time, the hidden charm of ordinary sand is revealed! Tiny grains of sand are magnified over 250 times to reveal colorful structures as unique as snowflakes. Professor...

[Via: dailymail]
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Tags: revealed   crazy photo/video   artistic   microscope   

This is how a black hole is devouring a star [Video]
posted September 8 2011 11:34.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is an incredible simulation from NASA's Swift satellite, showing a black hole devouring a star. In late March 2011, NASA's Swift satellite alerted astronomers to intense and...

[Link: NASAexplorer]
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Tags: artistic   space related   science   simulation   satellite   animation   crazy photo/video   insane   

Crossing the Panama Canal in a Timelapse [Video]
posted September 8 2011 11:30.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis

A very nice timelapse video from a cruise ship while crossing the Panama Canal from the Atlantic to Pacific Ocean...

[Link: radiofreebc]
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Tags: artistic   timelapse   boats   

500 People, 1500 photos, 100 Seconds! Amazing stop-motion video [Video]
posted September 7 2011 11:54.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Have you ever see an artistic video so original and so unique, that you wanna see it again and again? This is how i felt when i saw this totally amazing stop-motion video made by...

[Link: EranAmir]
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Tags: artistic   stop-motion   crazy photo/video   creative   people with talent   

This is how fruits and vegetables decomposition [Video]
posted September 6 2011 12:21.20 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Youtube user webiocosm made this nice timelapse video. The subject is a batch of decomposing fruits and vegetables. The setup is one photograph every 40 minutes for 74 days, played...

[Link: webiocosm]
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Tags: artistic   timelapse   

The 6239 Mona Lisa dot to dot drawing could be world record [Video]
posted September 5 2011 10:12.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis

i do not know if this connect-the-dot game is a world record, but it is certainly epic. That dude connected 6.239 dots together to draw the portrait of Mona Lisa!...

[Link: Thomas Pavitte]
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Tags: gaming   world record   games and fun   insane   omg   extreme   artistic   

There are more than 9 planets orbiting our sun!
posted September 2 2011 19:23.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Photo credit: NASA

We all learned in school that there are 9 planets orbiting our sun, right? Many of us know that Pluto has been degraded from a planet into a dwarf planet. But how many do know...

[Link: space]
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Tags: solar   research   artistic   space related   science   warfare   telescope   discovery   asteroid   

This award winning Ocean Sky timelapse worth to watch [Video]
posted August 30 2011 5:31.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This utterly amazing time lapse video is the result of almost 1.5 years of work for Alex Cherney. The name is Ocean Sky, and it was awarded the overall winner prize at STARMUS...

[Link: Alex Cherney]
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Tags: timelapse   artistic   crazy photo/video   

These are the 10 best electron microscope images of 2011
posted August 30 2011 5:27.56 by Giorgos Lazaridis

FEI is a company from Oregon that makes electron microscopes. FEI is the sponsor of a yearly contest, to find the best electron microscope images. Here are the top 3 entries. You...

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