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An inverse transition of magnetic domain patterns in ultrathin films  This is so close to being a maze its simply not funny

An inverse transition of magnetic domain patterns in ultrathin films This is so close to being a maze its simply not funny

Anne Weston, TEM of rough endoplasmic reticulum from an acinar cell in the pancreas

Anne Weston, TEM of rough endoplasmic reticulum from an acinar cell in the pancreas

The breakthrough came during the 1980s, when chemists were able to produce Turing patterns in the laboratory, on thin slabs of gel. In these controlled systems, the reactions could be closely followed, simulated on computers and unambiguously demonstrated as true Turing patterns. Image: Patterns in gel, circa 1992. (Dennis Vigil & Harry Swinney/University of Texas, Austin)

Alan Turing’s Patterns in Nature, and Beyond

The breakthrough came during the 1980s, when chemists were able to produce Turing patterns in the laboratory, on thin slabs of gel. In these controlled systems, the reactions could be closely followed, simulated on computers and unambiguously demonstrated as true Turing patterns. Image: Patterns in gel, circa 1992. (Dennis Vigil & Harry Swinney/University of Texas, Austin)

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www.photomacrography.net :: View topic - Arachnoidiscus oamaruensis

Ik heb geen idee wat het is maar ik vind hem wel mooi

Ik heb geen idee wat het is maar ik vind hem wel mooi

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