Updated Science: Let’s Keep Science In Our Schools
- As the return to school approaches, please check that your kids have a teacher that understands entanglement.
Biggest books in the world
Here are three examples of really big books. While the first is modern and is more of a gimmick than a book meant for reading, the other two are very real: it concerns a choir book from the 16th century (middle) and the famous Klencke Atlas from the same century (lower image). While they are rare, such large specimens, they do represent a tradition. Choir books, for example, needed to be big because they were used by a half circle of singers gathered around it in a church setting. If you are impressed with the size of these objects, just imagine turning their pages!
Is this how time normally passes? Really slowly, in the right order?
Belgium-based photographer and designer Manon Wethly used her Instagram account to start this incredible personal project featuring captures of airborne drinks.
“No liquid is safe from being catapulted in front of her camera, Wethly uses coffee, milk, juice, water and other drinks to get the perfect mix of form and color to make some pretty fantastic shots. She says most of the photos are captured with her iPhone though she’s also begun experimenting with larger cameras.” (via)
yo gettin married at 22 sounds a lot like leavin a party at 9:30 pm
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