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If you came across a set of bicycle tracks in the mud, could you determine which way the bicycle was going simply by examining the tracks? Sherlock Holmes goofed with this problem. More explanation is below.
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(: , , literally City) is a project in , in the . Its core is a , which is being built by the , a subsidiary of , with the majority of seed capital provided by the government of Abu Dhabi. Designed by the British architectural firm , the city will ...
A 5-micrometer glass bead levitated in air by a single laser beam from below. This optical trap is formed by the scattering force from the laser beam and the gravitational force on the bead. Tongcang Li, et. al. used a similar optical trap to study t...
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Artists Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick's photo-montages depict a Martian landscape populated by two stoic women climbing rock formations, walking amongst romanesque ruins, examining technological relics and giving birth to children - and all the...
In Artists Inspire Artists's "Artists Series" we single out one amazing artist who's work could stand alone. Today we have Steve Payne, who
I first stumbled upon the brilliant work of Oleg Oprisco, a photographer from Ukraine, by following some link favored on flickr. As soon the photo downloaded
Nature photo of a beautiful unique waterfall in a thick forest. Taken in Romania, 45th degree parallel landmark. The print will be the second
Every once in a while, someone tries to give the humble light bulb a little next-gen flavor. This time, we're adding Bluetooth 4.0
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A team of researchers has demonstrated a new material that promises to eliminate loss in electrical power transmission. The surprise is that their methodology for solving this classic energy problem is based upon the first realization of a highly exo...
In February, four members of a feminist Russian punk-rock band named "Pussy Riot," protesting against President Vladimir Putin's government, walked into the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow
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My officemate has this on the back of his sweater. One of our students asked if we could understand it. I had to admit that while I understand the notation, my physics knowledge is not enough to understand the underlying meaning of this equation. (I ...
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These video lectures of Professor Gilbert Strang teaching 18.06 were recorded live in the Fall of 1999. Support for the video production was provided by the Lord Foundation of Massachusetts under a grant to the MIT Center for Advanced Educational Ser...
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I hadn't realized that the World Wide Web turned 21 this week until I saw the nice birthday…
Utterly amazing installations by Heike Weber. He draws with permanentmarkers on acrylic floor and walls, surfaces that have reached up to 600 m2.
Hideaki Matsui and Andrew Spitz, students at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, built the Super Angry Birds desktop slingshot controller as project for their Haptic (tactile feedback) technology class.
dropping knowledge (droppingknowledge) is a global initiative to turn apathy into activity. By hosting an open conversation on the most pressing issues of our times, we will foster a worldwide exchange of viewpoints, ideas and people-powered solution...
Mother's Day is just around the corner, and if you haven't gotten anything for your mom yet we think these tiny Polaroid magnets would make an awesome gift. Simply download the template, add your phot...
Vimeo music video for the song "Natural Thing" by Nobody Beats The Drum with cats, dogs, ferrets and frickin' lasers
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Get a quick glance of how the world population has grown over the past 60 years, the expected growth over the next 40 and how the population explosion affects the world we live in.
This June, a group of creatives based in Berlin plans to sustainably revamp and reestablish an abandoned amusement park called "Kulturpark."
Over the August 3rd weekend, Lollapalooza stormed into Chicago. Unfortunately, the storm was...
Fifty years of 'environmentalism' and we're less sustainable. So what do we do now?
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In his Half-Drag series, New York photographer Leland Bobbé captures the two sides of the city's drag queens -- the extravagantly made-up drag divas and the organic men that lie beneath.
The Universe, as we know it, is comprised of elementary particles such as electron, protons and neutrons. These are the basic building blocks of matter. It is, however, unclear why their respective antiparticles (positrons, antiprotons and antineutro...
At least, it's got to be the biggest one that I ever saw, in purely quantitative terms. Today's NYT Science Section has an article by Dennis Overbye ("") that mentions
One of the most exciting contemporary artists of our time, Korean Do Ho Suh, created this large sculptural installation that doesn't look like much until you…
The is an imposing cathedral-like structure that was recently on display at the in Ghent, Belgium. The festival was host to almost 30 exhibitions including plenty of , fields of , and a , however with 55,000 LEDs and towering 28 meters high the se...
A student protests against Iranian President Ahmadinejad before a speech in Tehran. The sign reads Fascist President, Polytechnics Is Not Your Place
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