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Spectacular Winners of the 2021 Drone Photography Contest Capture a Bird’s-Eye View of the World | Colossal

SEPTEMBER 17, 2021. GRACE EBERT Pink-Footed Geese Meeting the Winter” by Terje Kolaas. All images courtesy of the 2021 Drone Photography Awards, Following last year’s competition eclipsed by this serendipitous shot of a shark swimming in a heart-shaped school of fish, … Continue reading

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How Sperm Whales Learned to Outsmart their Hunters

he sperm whale is the world’s largest toothed predator. It also has the biggest brain of any animal on earth. ↠Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/TerraMaterO… This mind has helped them outwit their natural predators, but what happened when sperm whales came up against … Continue reading

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Hyper Realistic CG Animated Short using the Unreal Engine | Irradiation

While being escorted to a mysteriously irradiated site, a scientist experiences strange visions. Using a realtime game engine, a motion-capture facility, and off-the-shelf visual assets, acclaimed VFX artist Sava Zivkovic showcases the immense potential of Virtual Production to filter down … Continue reading

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Nanotechnology and COVID-19 research – a virtual Q&A hosted by Nature Nanotechnology

Nature Nanotechnology hosted a Q&A session with Nicole Steinmetz (University of California, San Diego) and Ronit Satchi-Fainaro (Tel Aviv University). Nicole and Ronit presented their work on a COVID-19 vaccine and discussed how nanotechnology can contribute to COVID-19 research, in … Continue reading

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How to enjoy coffee | Psyche Guides

by Jessica Easto Smooth like chocolate or fruity like a berry, coffee has as many tastes as wine or beer – you just need to know your beans   Need to know Coffee hasn’t always received the attention it deserves. … Continue reading

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This Is Why Airplanes MUST Wait On The Runway

Ever wondered why there are traffic jams in the airports? (besides when it’s due to the weather). The fact of the matter is that airports are limited by how often they can launch and land aircraft due to wake turbulence. … Continue reading

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One-fifth of Earth’s ocean floor is now mapped | BBC News

By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent Published21 June 2020 The black is where we still need modern measurements at a reasonable resolution This leaves four-fifths – twice the area of Mars – still to be surveyed to a modern standard. … Continue reading

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Length Contraction and Time Dilation | Special Relativity Ch. 5

[…] Mark Rober’s youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/markrober This video is chapter 5 in my series on special relativity, and it covers how things that are moving (that is, moving relative to an inertial reference frame) at different speeds appear to be … Continue reading

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Countdown to completion for Big Big restoration- BBC News

One of London’s most famous landmarks, Big Ben, has been largely silent since 2017 as it underwent a massive refurbishment. The Great Clock, which the bell is part of, has been dismantled and repaired as part of the renovation project. … Continue reading

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David Rooney | A History of Civilization in Twelve Clocks

How has time been imagined, politicized, and weaponized over the centuries—and how it might bring peace? Horologist David Rooney tells the hidden story of timekeeping and how it continues to shape our modern world. From medieval water clocks to monumental … Continue reading

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