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BowtieGuy

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Check out this amazing work by artist Johannes Stotter, there are many other examples of his work on youtube; all of them are impressive! Very Cool. :cool:


 

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Well, I tend to agree on that myself, but he obviously either doesn't care, or just wants more hits to his YT channel, probably both.

 
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Anyone hungry for some fine Woo?



Drum roll.......... and, even more woo for you:



And now, some full speed woo-woo:

 
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Another interesting one, I don't know if this has been shared here before, I recall I might have, but if it has, it's been awhile and it seems we have a whole new group of members lately. The first part of the video is what I wanted to share, this cube isn't what brought me to post.

Best to watch it full screen through this link:


If you've seen that before, try this:
If not that, this might be of interest:
Here's an interesting web page about memory: http://www.human-memory.net/processes_storage.html
 
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Anyone know where I can find a part number list to confirm the wavelength of this FAP? The individual who recorded this video states 808 nm, but I have not been able to confirm yet.


FAP-83-26C-800-B
 

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Tricking Your Brain into Learning More @ TEDx Talks :p



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How do you film the Speed of Light?


 
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Must be fake, the universe is too large, the nearest star system too far away for ET to come visit us, right?




This video is very long, but I enjoyed it:
 
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Interesting video, has a simple explanation of how the first telescopes worked:

 




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