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Dr. Otsuka working with a confocal flourescence microscope at EMBL, Germany.

Dr. Otsuka working with a confocal flourescence microscope at EMBL, Germany.

This fractal, Cells Alive, is a winner at “Benoît Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest 2009”. It will show in “International Congress of Mathematicians 2010”, Hyderabad, India.

This fractal, Cells Alive, is a winner at “Benoît Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest 2009”. It will show in “International Congress of Mathematicians 2010”, Hyderabad, India.

Gills of the Oyster mushroom by Carla Wick | "These mushrooms look remarkably like oyster shells and, in some imaginative people's opinion, even taste like oysters."

Gills of the Oyster mushroom by Carla Wick | "These mushrooms look remarkably like oyster shells and, in some imaginative people's opinion, even taste like oysters."

A macro picture of Lepidonotopodium piscesae, a polychaete or bristle worm. These critters survive the intense pressures of our deepest oceans where sunlight never penetrates… (h/t Why Evolution Is True)

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A macro picture of Lepidonotopodium piscesae, a polychaete or bristle worm. These critters survive the intense pressures of our deepest oceans where sunlight never penetrates… (h/t Why Evolution Is True)

"privilege is being able to read all that and still roll your eyes and deny either exists"  the fact that u don't think it does just further proves this point

"privilege is being able to read all that and still roll your eyes and deny either exists" the fact that u don't think it does just further proves this point

Google vs Bing vs Yahoo<-- I just tried this on bing and right at the bottom it said "why is bing so much better than Google"

Google vs Bing vs Yahoo<-- I just tried this on bing and right at the bottom it said "why is bing so much better than Google"

Very low power scanning electron microscope image, showing normal bone architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 41 year year old man (x8). A regular pattern of interconnected plates and thick struts of bone can be seen

Very low power scanning electron microscope image, showing normal bone architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 41 year year old man (x8). A regular pattern of interconnected plates and thick struts of bone can be seen

Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

Sasha Bakaric, "Inspiration comes from microscopic images of cells & microorganisms as basis of life. I am intrigued by dichotomy between enormous beauty of these images and fears or repulsiveness that people often have when faced with viruses or bacteria. I love the idea of questioning our relationship with the world inside of us. In the same way as microorganism are multiplying and spreading, so are my pieces. I find great excitement in making yet another similar but totally unique piece."

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