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They're related damn it, it's not just random

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Gareth Pugh

Butterfly Anatomy - Wings Close enough to see the scales...

> DARPA wants drones to have lasers too. I think we all do, really.

Images from the glorious world around us that we never see | Ars Technica




Shorts on Sundays: Sign Painters - NOWNESS

New Great Lakes Quilt by Haptic Labs

diver surrounded by barracuda

I love J. Crew.

3D printed collection by Iris van Herpen

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Coral detail!!

All sizes | kontraste3 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Quayola and Memo Akten - Forms. reminds me of a series of pieces i did in my freshman year at ringling.

Most big galaxies fit into one of two camps: pinwheel-shaped spiral galaxies and blobby elliptical galaxies. Spirals like the Milky Way are hip and happening places, with plenty of gas and dust to birth new stars. Ellipticals are like cosmic retirement villages, full of aging residents in the form of red giant stars. Now, astronomers have discovered that one well-known elliptical has a split personality. Centaurus A is hiding a gassy spiral in its center.

1951 Studebaker Commander

The point at which one drop becomes two… This captured moment is part of the National Academy of Sciences art collection, featured in a new book from NAS called Convergence. You can read the whole thing online, for free, and take a tour through some amazing historical and modern science art. (via Discover Magazine)

Engineers explain physics of fluids over 100 years after original discovery

plane from clouds