cinemagorgeous:

Artwork by Johannes Voss.

manifesteddreams:

braincakes:

trixalla:

2ndhalfoflife:

phillypu:

Sometimes you just have to recharge.image

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It’s not that I don’t want to be with friends and chill. I love doing that! But sometimes I just need to have some alone time too!

an Introvert Infographic

One of the best explanations, hands down.

^^^ YES!

ALL of this, YES!

One of the best introvert explanations there is.

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ucresearch:

A peanut in the middle of our galaxy


It turns out that the center of our galaxy resembles the shape of a peanut according to new research.  UCLA’s R. Michael Rich is looking to map this dense inner region of the Milky Way. It can be thought of as a big metropolitan area with “stellar suburbs” of stars at the edges that can be anywhere from a few million years old to some 12 billion years old.

The way he plans to do this is to use images taken from a 500 megapixel camera - To put that in another way, an image taken from this camera would need 250 computer screens to view. So a supercomputer will then parse through that data and reduce the images for viewing.

Rich hopes to use this study to better understand how our galaxy has formed and evolved over time.

Read more about the project 

rubyetc:

I found these gifs I made a while back for a site that’s not running anymore, so I thought I’d post them here. It’s a description of psychiatric symptoms and states of mind using a pink box and some other stuff. 

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futuristech-info:

Novel cell therapy enables paralyzed man the ability to walk and feel his lower body again

By Fergus Walsh -A paralysed man has been able to walk again after a pioneering therapy that involved transplanting cells from his nasal cavity into his spinal cord.Darek Fidyka, who was paralysed from the chest down in a knife attack in 2010, can now walk using a frame.READ MORE ON BBC NEWS | HEALTH

Ref: Transplantation of autologous olfactory ensheathing cells in complete human spinal cord injury.                            
doi: 10.3727/096368912X663532.

futuristech-info:

Novel cell therapy enables paralyzed man the ability to walk and feel his lower body again

By Fergus Walsh -

A paralysed man has been able to walk again after a pioneering therapy that involved transplanting cells from his nasal cavity into his spinal cord.

Darek Fidyka, who was paralysed from the chest down in a knife attack in 2010, can now walk using a frame.

READ MORE ON BBC NEWS | HEALTH


Ref: Transplantation of autologous olfactory ensheathing cells in complete human spinal cord injury.                            

doi: 10.3727/096368912X663532.

futuristech-info:

Physicists create laser ‘tractor’ beam that operates at distances 100x greater than before and can repel objects

Laser physicists have built a tractor beam that can repel and attract objects, using a hollow laser beam that is bright around the edges and dark in its centre.It is the first long-distance optical tractor beam and moved particles one fifth of a millimetre in diameter a distance of up to 20 centimetres, around 100 times further than previous experiments.READ MORE ON AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITYVladlen Shvedov, Arthur R. Davoyan, Cyril Hnatovsky, Nader Engheta, Wieslaw Krolikowski. A long-range polarization-controlled optical tractor beam. Nature Photonics, 2014; DOI: 10.1038/nphoton.2014.242

futuristech-info:

Physicists create laser ‘tractor’ beam that operates at distances 100x greater than before and can repel objects

Laser physicists have built a tractor beam that can repel and attract objects, using a hollow laser beam that is bright around the edges and dark in its centre.

It is the first long-distance optical tractor beam and moved particles one fifth of a millimetre in diameter a distance of up to 20 centimetres, around 100 times further than previous experiments.

READ MORE ON AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

Vladlen Shvedov, Arthur R. Davoyan, Cyril Hnatovsky, Nader Engheta, Wieslaw Krolikowski. A long-range polarization-controlled optical tractor beamNature Photonics, 2014; DOI: 10.1038/nphoton.2014.242

merasmus:

thanks scoob

merasmus:

thanks scoob

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