25 shocking photos of gruesome and wonderful world under a microscope! 12/27/2015 • David Wilkes
We live in a macro world and don’t have the slightest idea that there’s another universe just near us - the microscopic universe. It is amazing and terrifying at the same time, but worth to see anyway.
We are lucky to live in the era of microscopes and telescopes that help us expand the horizons and see astonishing and incredible things! Let’s make use of this advantage and look into the mysterious micro world.
(The title photo - butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant)
1. Sand particles
2. A micro crack in steel
3. Hook & loop fastener
5. Green chloroplasts in the plant cells
6. Used dental floss
7. Vinyl needle
8. A part of dentine of a human tooth
9. Human eye iris
10. Human tongue surface
12. Human eyelashes
13. Demodex, mites that live on human eyelashes
Demodex "en face"
17. Intestinal villi
18. Needle and thread
19. Salt and pepper
20. A moth wing
21. Bacteria on lettuce
24. Head of an embryonic Zebrafish
Which picture impressed you most? Share your opinion in the comments!
If you agree that keeping the environment clean is important, then you'll like the thing that the Italians came up with. They developed a building consisting of eco-friendly materials that can purify the air.
9 surprising facts about the Earth 12/3/2016 • Johnny Crepaul
Our home planet, Earth, is truly beautiful and amazing. Here are 9 incredible facts about the third planet from the sun.
Is everything you know really true? Can you see the difference between the truth and a lie? If at least 4 of these facts surprise you, we strongly recommend you to be more attentive while learning something new. Well, let's see if any of these will surprise you!
The HST is a huge achievement of mankind. It allows us to learn more about outer space and the furthest galaxies. However, do you know something about the telescope that helped to disclose so many secrets about cosmos?
Beauty of Science project has published a video showing how chocolate dragees M&M'S are dissolved in water in slow motion. The camera with macro effect and 4K resolution gives the impression that a real supernova explodes. It drew attention of publishing company PetaPixel. This is so fantastic!