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Fossil Crinoids at the museum of natural history, Washington DC.

Fossilized Crinoids

At the Museum of Natural History, Washington DC.

Anatomical Heart Heart vessel anatomy & The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the veins exposed. The post Anatomical Heart appeared first on Lynne Seawell& World.

The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the angel veins exposed

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We stand guard over works of art, but species representing the work of aeons are stolen from under our noses — but does it float

Photography of Iceland's volcanic rivers by Andre Ermolaev Title: Aldo Leopold Iceland on But...

White matter fibres overlaid a model of the human brain in top view. Coloured diffusion spectral imaging (DSI) scan of the bundles of white matter nerve fibres in the brain.

Scientists 'read dreams' using brain scans

Scientists have found a way to read people's dreams using brain scans, a new study suggests.

Punched cards for Babbage's Analytical Engine, by Exton, David. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, postcards and mugs. SSPL Science and Society Picture Library Programming Patterns, Alter Computer, Old Computers, David, Bookbinding, Prehistoric, Inventions, Book Art, Engineering

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This was the first fully-automatic calculating machine. British computing pioneer Charles Babbage (1791-1871) first conceived the idea of an advanced calculating machine to calculate and print mathematical tables in 1812. This machine, conceived by B

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Squelette de Hérisson / European Hedgehog Skeleton (Erinaceus europaeus) by JC-Osteo on Flickr.

The first few milliseconds of a nuclear explosion. Captured with a rapatronic camera. Nuclear Bomb, Nuclear War, Nuclear Apocalypse, Science Geek, Science Humor, Human Memory, Manhattan Project, Weapon Of Mass Destruction, Science

The camera that captured the first millisecond of a nuclear bomb blast

These are photographs of the first few milliseconds of nuclear explosions. They lead scientists to several new discoveries as to how nuclear bombs worked. But how do you capture the first millisecond of a nuclear bomb? With several rapatronic cameras, a Kerr cell, and a little physics.

A polychaete worm fossil from the Marble Canyon site in Kootenay National Park.

Amazing Marble Canyon fossil site | CBC

A new fossil site considered equal in importance to the famed Burgess Shale of B.C.'s Yoho National Park has been discovered in nearby Kootenay National Park.

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The history of human thought recalls the swinging of a pendulum which takes centuries to swing. After a long period of slumber comes a moment of awakening — but does it float

Photography by Flickr user: totaviva Title: Peter Kropotkin Atley

BBC News - Geep: Rare 'goat-sheep' born on Irish farm. This isn't a genetic oops, it's the surprisingly viable result of sexual congress between a goat and a sheep. Paddy Murphy, Farm Animals, Cute Animals, Unusual Animals, Move Over, Country Critters, Irish Eyes, Animal Kingdom, Sheep

Geep: Rare 'goat-sheep' born on Irish farm

Geep: Rare 'goat-sheep' born on Irish farm - The live birth of a so-called geep is a very rare event; however, this one is thriving.

Haplophrentis was a creature with a conical shell and fleshy arms. The researchers think Marble Canyon and its extraordinary fossils will help scientists understand the sudden huge growth in animal life during the Cambrian Period. Marble Canyon, Science Photos, Prehistory, Zoology, Cool Photos, Interesting Photos, Natural Wonders, Natural History, Science Nature

Amazing Marble Canyon fossil site | CBC

A new fossil site considered equal in importance to the famed Burgess Shale of B.C.'s Yoho National Park has been discovered in nearby Kootenay National Park.

They look like the vistas of an alien planet, but these pictures are actually Iceland, as seen from a plane. The pictures were taken by Russian snapper Andrey Ermolaev, who clocked up around mil. Aerial Photography, Creative Photography, Fine Art Photography, Nature Photography, Rio, Iceland Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Alien Planet, Aerial Images

We stand guard over works of art, but species representing the work of aeons are stolen from under our noses — but does it float

Photography of Iceland's volcanic rivers by Andre Ermolaev Title: Aldo Leopold Iceland on But...

 Volume Rendering of a contrast enhanced thoracic CT.

Doubled Superior Caval Vein

Volume Rendering of a contrast enhanced thoracic CT. Doubled superior caval vein: the left sided superior caval vein is not contrasted since the contrast agent has been injected into the right arm. This is a stereogram (crossview technique). Rendering done with a Carestream workstation.

Rapatronic Nuclear Photographs • Damn Interesting

Professor Edgerton's Atomic Camera

During the early days of atomic bomb experiments in the 1940s, nuclear weapons scientists had some difficulty studying the growth of nuclear fireballs in test detonations. These fireballs expanded so rapidly that even the best cameras of that time were unable to capture anything more than a blurry, over-exposed frame for the first several seconds […]