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Quantum Physics - Subatomic particles

This talks about subatomic particles and has a useful subatomic particle chart, do you know the difference between Quarks, leptons, elctrons, gluons this guide will help you understand the elementary particles of the standard model

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Engage Warp Drive (destroy everything) | CosmOnline

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from The Huffington Post

These Are The Most Jaw-Dropping Space Photos Of The Year

Float to the edge of time with this stunning introduction to modern physics. Read an extract from Seven Brief Lessons on Physics at http://po.st/DiscoverTheEdgeOfTime

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from TheMetaPicture.com

Evolution in Science…

This is simple the concept of evolution is devolved from sience, these are the nione great advancements in the growth of out understanding of physics symbolic use of them is a great way to use them as a grid as they are bold and the catch the artists eye

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from Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Amazing 3d Artworks

I have always been fascinated by vector, and how shapes with colour can trick our minds to see a context between each shape. Digital this is not to difficult to achieve. Apparently with an installation you can get the same result. This is what I like about this project, it´s digital made physical. It make me wonder what else can we make physical.

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Non-Objective Composition, c.1920. Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova was a Russian avant-garde artist, painter and designer. In 1916 she joined the Supremus group with Malevich, the founder of Suprematism. The creation of a new kind of painting was part of the revolutionary urge of the Russian avant-garde to remake the world. However there was a tension between those who, like Malevich saw art as a spiritual quest, & others who responded to the need for the artist to create a new physical world.

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from My Modern Met

Complex Portraits Outwardly Convey Internal Struggles

These beautifully complex portraits convey a sense of internal struggle in a very outward way. Vancouver-based artist Adam Lupton's series, What's in Store for Me in the Direction I Don't Take?, captures the physical signs of worries and stress that can consume a person's thoughts.

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♥ Sasha Vinci what is the priest was made out of plants... and you could take bits of flowers/roots directly off him? What if he was this mass that was rooted in his beliefs quite physically?

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from My Modern Met

Portraits of Maine Coon Cats Who Look Like Majestic Mythical Creatures

Photographer Robert Sijka sheds new light on one of the internet’s most beloved creatures, cats. The Hong Kong-based creative focuses his attention on the Maine Coon, the largest breed of domesticated felines. Their distinctive appearance includes long fur that frames their face like a lion, in addition to a robust build—they can grow up to nearly four feet in length. Despite this physically-imposing stature, Maine Coons have earned the nickname gentle giant with personalities that are akin…

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