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Las 24 cosas más felices del planeta

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Estupideces con las que perder el tiempo y encima sacarte una sonrisa estúpida xD

An artist in collaboration with a MIT researcher has created a series of sandcastles etched onto individual grains of sand.

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montondemierda:

Forma elegante de decir: ME RESBALAS

montondemierda:

Forma elegante de decir: ME RESBALAS

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theremina:

Vinyl and needle magnified X1000 
Via Microscopic Images.

theremina:

Vinyl and needle magnified X1000 

Via Microscopic Images.

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Cualquier tío con ganas de marcha jajaj

Cualquier tío con ganas de marcha jajaj

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spacetravelco:

Scientific engravings from 1850

by John Philipps Emslie

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boara:

HE THOUGHT HIS LIL FRIEND GOT BAKED INTO A COOKIE I AM 100% DONE AWHH

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ghostsareassholes:

This may have been my absolute favorite thing at the show. It’s the “real” body of the Frankenstein Monster unearthed from the ruins of castle Frankenstein in Vassaria! This thing look 100% real in person. The figure was about 7’ tall.

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scientificvisuals:

Fig 1. In 2008, bioengineers at the University of Minnesota stripped rat hearts of cells using detergent — you can see the results of three trials here. This process left untouched the blood vessels, collagen, and various proteins that compose the heart’s physical structure.

Fig 2. The ghost heart is flushed with red dye to show that major and minor blood vessels were left intact.

Fig 3. A researcher injects the ghost heart with heart cells from newborn mice.

Fig 4. Researchers adjusted the environmental conditions to simulate natural conditions, meaning they provided oxygenate fluids, pressure, and an electrical stimulus. You can see the bioreactor schematic here.

GIF source here. Research paper here. Less technical writeup here. More videos from the lab itself here (Supplementary Movie 1 in particular is pretty awesome).

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wozelwozel:

Plaza de Chamberí, Madrid

wozelwozel:

Plaza de Chamberí, Madrid

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