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Alexander Graham Bell and Mabel kissing within a tetrahedral kite, 1903

Frost King Tetrahedral Kite by Alexander Graham Bell via theatlantic via oobject via gardenofpraise: Made of silk and wood, when this kite accidentally hoisted someone into the air it inspired Bell to develop tetrahedral flying machines. #Kite #Alexander_Graham_Bell

The original, Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the tetrahedral kite (as well as a couple other things). These kites made of cloth and wood look as futuristic now as they did back then.

The effect of glycerin on an artificial leaf by Stephen Cotterell.

1898-1912: Tetrahedral Kites by Alexander Graham Bell

Eugène Druet (French, 1868–1917). [Nijinsky in "Danse siamoise" from the "Orientales"], 1910. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gilman Collection, Gift of The Howard Gilman Foundation, 2005 (2005.100.186) #dance

3 weather balloons readied for release

Rising Mountain / Eugenia Loli

"Geometry" by ~gaciu000 / lukasz - octohedron with added tetrahedrons & icosahedron