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21 May 2012 | Brain kibble, seconds, please

Here is a second big helping of brain kibble. One more big serving to go before switching to amuse-bouche mode…

Bubbles and ferrofluids! At the same time! And macro!

Enjoying being part of the 3.15%.

Best rapid-prototyping set-up ever.

Waxing, waning and wobbling.

Gelatinous life

“He was pretty good, that guy. It was the first time I didn’t call the police.”

How to disappear completely.

Hot bodies have less drag. (Made you look.)

This has all colors of trouble printed all over it.

Nine glorious minutes of starlings flocking.

Roiling clouds and spinning stars.

If you are going to start an avalanche(!), you should have a means of escape. (Hunter, don’t try this.)

“Nice. Wow. This is cool.”

I must say that I prefer 06902 33797 30026 07243 90700 18295 81471 45296 66417 46047 to 10097 32533 76520 13586 34673 54876 80959 09117 39292 74945. But that may just be me. (via)

Grimpoteuthis bathynectes

A journey into the competitive world of free flight duration aeronautics.

Magnetic resonance images of veg and fruits.

Mommy, where do candy bars come from? Powered Belt Chicanes and Aligners/Partial Product Rejectors. (But what I don’t understand is why two different kinds of candy bars are going into the same wrappers. What, you don’t have a machine for that problem?)

A lovely visualization of water usage in the United States.

I feel like someone is watching me.

So, if this thing is around twice the size of Earth, I want to see detailed close-ups.

I love that I live in a world where things like this are created.

Back in outer space…amateur astrophotographers unwittingly help scientists track comet.

Placed in brain kibble | permanent link

When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.
— Ansel Adams