July 20, 2013
(via Gallery: Chasing storms with Camille Seaman | TED Blog)

(via Gallery: Chasing storms with Camille Seaman | TED Blog)

August 21, 2012

(Source: seanp0donnell, via shutupemery)

April 4, 2012

thedailyfeed:

These piping hot pictures cost photographer Miles Morgan a tripod and pair of shoes, and almost turned him to toast when he came within a foot to capture lava reaching the sea from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii

(Source: thedailyfeed)

March 5, 2012
This a portrait that I took of my Grandfather. He was a photographer and I wanted to show all his wonderful old cameras and his life in an editorial styled portrait. He just turned 95 years old and still remembers how all his old camera’s work. I shot this with my cannon 7d body,and Tamron 17-55mm zoom lens. The lighting is with a 1200w Pro photo 2 head kit with 2 medium soft boxes. As well I used a 580 ex2 canon speed lite and diffused it with a paper lantern that I made into a diffusion for my speed lite. I really love this picture and hope you like it as well. (© Christopher Bellezza) # (via National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 - In Focus - The Atlantic)

This a portrait that I took of my Grandfather. He was a photographer and I wanted to show all his wonderful old cameras and his life in an editorial styled portrait. He just turned 95 years old and still remembers how all his old camera’s work. I shot this with my cannon 7d body,and Tamron 17-55mm zoom lens. The lighting is with a 1200w Pro photo 2 head kit with 2 medium soft boxes. As well I used a 580 ex2 canon speed lite and diffused it with a paper lantern that I made into a diffusion for my speed lite. I really love this picture and hope you like it as well. (© Christopher Bellezza) # (via National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 - In Focus - The Atlantic)

March 5, 2012
(via National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 - In Focus - The Atlantic)

(via National Geographic Photo Contest 2011 - In Focus - The Atlantic)

March 3, 2012

myedol:

Global rainbow is an ongoing light installation by Yvette Mattern consisting of seven parallel laser beams representing a rainbow that’s being projected over populated urban areas.

(via travelthirst)

March 2, 2012
Superfluidity is a state of matter (like solid or gaseous) that occurs at extremely low temperatures, has high thermal conductivity (every ounce of it is always exactly the same temperature), and no viscosity. Helium 2 is the “most” example of this. A cup of He2 will spontaneously flow up and out of a container, as if it just decided to leave. It also seeps right through otherwise solid materials because its complete lack of friction allows it to flow through otherwise invisible holes that would not allow regular helium (or water for that matter) to flow through. He2 did not wind up at number 1 just because of its ability to act like it has a mind of its own, though, it is also the most efficient thermal conductor on earth; several hundred times that of copper. Heat moves so fast through Helium 2 that it moves in waves, like sound (and is fact known as “second sound”), rather than dispersion, where it simply transfers from one molecule to another. Incidentally, the forces governing He2’s ability to crawl walls is called “third sound”. You can’t get much more extreme than a substance that required the definitions of 2 new types of sound. (via Ten Most Extreme Substances Known to Man | Ten Most)

Superfluidity is a state of matter (like solid or gaseous) that occurs at extremely low temperatures, has high thermal conductivity (every ounce of it is always exactly the same temperature), and no viscosity. Helium 2 is the “most” example of this. A cup of He2 will spontaneously flow up and out of a container, as if it just decided to leave. It also seeps right through otherwise solid materials because its complete lack of friction allows it to flow through otherwise invisible holes that would not allow regular helium (or water for that matter) to flow through. He2 did not wind up at number 1 just because of its ability to act like it has a mind of its own, though, it is also the most efficient thermal conductor on earth; several hundred times that of copper. Heat moves so fast through Helium 2 that it moves in waves, like sound (and is fact known as “second sound”), rather than dispersion, where it simply transfers from one molecule to another. Incidentally, the forces governing He2’s ability to crawl walls is called “third sound”. You can’t get much more extreme than a substance that required the definitions of 2 new types of sound. (via Ten Most Extreme Substances Known to Man | Ten Most)

February 27, 2012

DesignWars Team is proud to present its second project in series, the “Divine Beauty”. The artist “Insane51” suddenly is waked up by an odd dream, finding himself clueless and literally landed on a deserted place. Covered by lots of useless stuff and scrap papers, he gets up finding near him some spray cans, but also a unique item, a draft drawing. Instantly the power within rises, ordering him to represent it immediately. Picking up the first spray can, Insane51 is teleported to a journey that we invite you to watch.

(Source: vimeo.com)

February 27, 2012

February 27, 2012

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