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10 secrets pour élever des enfants heureux (infographie) - via le blog de PediAct, spécialiste en pédiatrie

Sliced Glass Paintings and Portraits by Loren Stump

Sliced Glass 'Paintings' and Portraits by Loren Stump

Scientists at the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre placed glass shells into a hermit crab tank. The crabs soon moved into the glass shells and made themselves comfortable, allowing researchers to take these amazing photographs. via @Ivan Cherevko Cherevko Cherevko Cherevko Cherevko Cherevko Konstantinov

Bugs can paint too! Painter Stephen R. Kutcher uses different insects (like a Darkling Beetle, above) to create “wild” paintings... via asapscienc.tumblr #Paintings #Bugs

Golden Silk Orb Weaver (Nephila clavipes) by Howcheng, wikpedia: The name of the golden silk orb-weavers refers to the color of the spider silk, not the color of the spider itself. Yellow threads of their web shine like gold in sunlight. The spider is able to adjust pigment intensity relative to background light levels and color; the range of spectral reflectance is specifically adapted to insect vision... #Spider #Golden_Silk_Orb_Weaver

A boy left his bike chained to a tree when he went away to war in 1914. He never returned, leaving the tree no choice but to grow around the bike. Incredible that this bike has been there for 98 years now!

#ZOMBIE_MUSHROOM_HAND This Clathrus archeri, or "Devil's Fingers" - looks like a cold, dead hand reaching out to pull the rest of the zombie body out of the earth. Those even look like tattered sleeves down by the wrists of the hands! reference: a plant that looks like an animal.

Neuroscience Meets Magic - by Scientific American via itsoktobesmart: Neuroscientists Stephen Macknik and Susana Martinez-Conde observe master gentleman magician/pickpocket Apollo Robbins and explain how he uses the human brain against itself. The direction, and misdirection, of our brain’s attention tendencies are at the core of every great illusion. This is amazing! #Magic #Neuroscience

#itshardbeingtwo by Tina Roth Eisenberg, via swissmiss: Tapestry is a collection of tappable, beautifully designed, short stories. Best experienced on your iPhone or Android. HERE is the link to the story. #Tapestry #Short_Stories #Betaworks_Bolsena #Itshardbeingtwo

The Sweet Science of Sugar, From Tongue to Tummy by Erin Biba, Not just your tongue..A series of discoveries by researchers at the Monell Chemical Senses Center has shown that many of the taste receptors on your tongue are also present in your guts. You continue to taste sugar as it works its way through your body. #Sugar #Science #Taste

Ghost Ship, Antarctica by Rusian Eliseev: The 76-ft Brazillian boat was used for scientific and educational expeditions. Fortunately the entire crew was evacuated before it sank. #Ship #Antarctica

Awesome 3d ,Art