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  • Jamey Peisher

    Atomic particle tracks I wonder if the Time Lord writing on Doctor Who was modeled after these.

  • Hackafore

    star chart

  • Laurie Payne

    FAVORITE POST OF THE WEEK: Spirals from proton collisions, following the laws of sacred geometry, including the presence of phi/Fibonacci/the golden ratio found in the pyramids and other sacred sites. - Xia

  • Faith Eversole

    Glow in the dark paint for my babies room

  • Anna Marie Dowdican

    The patterns of atomic particles..

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