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Yoga Journal - Journey Through the Chakras Infographic
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One of 70: a 2,000-year old "spiral-bound" book found in Jordan.
How to Make an Awesome Igloo!
No Escape: Dive Into a Black Hole (Infographic) by Karl Tate - When matter is compressed beyond a certain density, a black hole is created. It is called black because no light can escape from it. Some black holes are the tombstones of what were once massive stars. An enormous black hole is thought to lurk at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
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Mystery of Prince Ruperts Drop at 130,000 fps (totally worth the watch!)
Experts working on proto-Elamite hope they are on the point of a breakthrough The world's oldest undeciphered writing system, which has so far defied attempts to uncover its 5,000-year-old secrets, could be about to be decoded by Oxford University academics. This international research project is already casting light on a lost bronze age middle eastern society where enslaved workers lived on rations close to the starvation level
In a series of caves near Tibet there lies some strange and mysterious artifacts among the graves of creatures belonging to the humanoid race, the Dropa. Many feel these artifacts tell a tale of aliens crashing in the Himalayas and then dying.
10 ways to reuse your old electronics
A 3D model of Johannes Kepler's diagram of the inner planets, first published in his Mysterium Cosmographicum of 1596. At that time six planets were known, and the hypothesis that their orbits were spherical shells nested between the five Platonic solids seemed as reasonable as string theory does now. This model shows polyhedra corresponding to the inner planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars.
Aerogel, also know as frozen smoke, is the world’s lowest density solid, clocking in at 96% air. If you hold a small piece in your hand, it’s practically impossible to either see or feel, but if you poke it, it’s like styrofoam. It supports up to 4,000 times its own weight and can withstand a direct blast from two pounds of dynamite. It’s also the best insulator in existence.
An F/A-18 Hornet was photographed just as it broke the sound barrier. When an airplane travels at a speed faster than sound, density waves of sound emitted by the plane cannot precede the plane, and so accumulate in a cone behind the plane. When this shock wave passes, a listener hears all at once the sound emitted over a longer period: a sonic boom. As a plane accelerates to just break the sound barrier, however, an unusual cloud might form. The origin of this cloud is still debated.