mothernaturenetwork:

Colors, intricate details of butterfly wings come alive in microscope photos
Photographer Linden Gledhill sets the Internets aflutter with breathtaking photos of butterfly and moth wings, capturing all the tiny details — right down to a single grain of pollen resting on a wing.

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korhwythkevrinek:

This is terrible; my memory is SO bad. I cannot for the life of me remember either:

a) the name of the designer for whom they all did this modelling shoot, or

b) whether Daniel Kessler was actually involved, or if it was just Paul and Carlos from Interpol. (I mean, I saved these pics to my hard drive so long ago that I don’t even think I knew Paul Banks’ name then, the photo is actually just called “Josh and Some Guy”. Whoops.)

Does anyone else remember?

They were modeling for fashion designer Craig Robinson.

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spaceplasma:

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and most powerful particle collider, built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). The LHC is designed to answer some of the most profound questions about the universe: What is the origin of mass? Why are we made of matter and not antimatter? What is dark matter made of? It could also provide important new clues about conditions in the very early universe, when the four forces of nature were rolled into one giant superforce.

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popsci:

The DIY squishy robot is here, and it’s a bit weird.

(Visuals courtesy of the Harvard Biodesign Lab.)

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Interpol @ Ogden Theater, Denver
Photos by Julio Enriquez

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Marla’s philosophy of life is that she might die at any moment. The tragedy, she said, was that she didn’t.

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