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Seeing The Fifth Dimension is part of Science facts - Einstein said if you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself And that sums up every person who's ever talked about any kind of dimensions, string t Pseudo Science, Science And Nature, Science Facts, Fun Facts, Brain Science, Life Science, Einstein, Alternative Energie, String Theory

Seeing The Fifth Dimension [Infographic]

Einstein said if you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself. And that sums up every person who's ever talked about any kind of dimensions, 3d, 4d, string theory, and so on. They talk with contradictions and have explanations that no-one really understands. This infographic from ChrisRCarson will help clear things up. Learn to tell the difference from reality and perceived reality. Learn to imagine 4d and 5d like you do 3d. [Click image for full size version]

I gave him a rectangle of property. Each play dough color represents a type of soil or rock. Where should he build a house? Where should he dig a well? Science The Play Dough Way to Learn about Core Sampling 4th Grade Science, Preschool Science, Middle School Science, Science Classroom, Science Fair, Science Education, Teaching Science, Science For Kids, Science Videos

The Play Dough Way to Learn about Core Sampling

My son have to determine where to dig a well and where to build his house in our play dough core sampling project.

In the infographic you will see 10 reasons explaining why the octopus is the most incredible creature of the sea… About of the animals on Earth are… Kraken, Octopus Vulgaris, Octopus Facts, Jellyfish Facts, Tier Zoo, Animal Facts, Facts About Animals, Odd Animals, Ocean Creatures

10 reason the octopus is incredible - Business Insider

In case you needed an excuse to love the octopus even more.

A chart that explains time travel in Lauren Beukes' The Shin.-A chart that explains time travel in Lauren Beukes’ The Shining Girls An infograph about different rules of time travel and the consequences. The Shining, Theoretical Physics, Physics And Mathematics, Physics Theories, Conspericy Theories, Quantum Physics, Writing Advice, Writing A Book, Writing Genres

Travel infographic - A chart that explains time travel in Lauren Beukes' The Shining Girls

Travel and Trip infographic A chart that explains time travel in Lauren Beukes' The Shining Girls Infographic Description A handy (and gorgeous) guide to

The date to which Michael J. Fox's Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd's Doc Brown time-travel in the 1989 film 'Back to the Future II' is upon us. Marty Mcfly, Doc Brown, Phillipe Petit, Film Mythique, Future Days, Non Plus Ultra, Bttf, Lydia Martin, The Doctor

Scientists ‘reverse time’ with quantum computer

‘We have artificially created a state that evolves in a direction opposite to that of the thermodynamic arrow of time,’ researcher says

The theoretical physicist and bestselling author answers questions from famous fans and Observer readers Mad Science, Science Fiction, Arrow Of Time, Richard Feynman, Theoretical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Physicist, The Guardian, Time Travel

Carlo Rovelli: ‘Time travel is just what we do every day…’

The theoretical physicist and bestselling author answers questions from famous fans and Observer readers

What are the Galapagos Islands Vampire Finch? Galapagos Islands, Small Birds, Beautiful Creatures, Wildlife, Nature, Animals, Mad Science, Finches, Beauty

What are the Galapagos Islands Vampire Finch?

This bird is a subspecies of the ground finch that lives on Darwin and Wolf Islands and has some striking behavioural differences from other ground finches.

VR frog: With opt-out laws providing students with the guarantee for an alternative lesson, VR could step in to provide a harmless exercise. High School Science, Mad Science, Science Biology, Physical Science, Science Lessons, Science Education, Earth Science, Life Science, Science And Technology

VR infiltrates science classrooms, saves frogs from dissection

Kermit's organs will stay inside, thank you very much.

Eight go mad in Arizona: how a lockdown experiment went horribly wrong | Film | The Guardian Bbc News, In Cinemas Now, Sleep Apnoea, Group Dynamics, Spaceship Earth, University Of Arizona, Geodesic Dome, How To Get Sleep, Rest Of The World

Eight go mad in Arizona: how a lockdown experiment went horribly wrong

In the 1990s, a troupe of hippies spent two years sealed inside a dome called Biosphere 2. They ended up starving and gasping for breath. As a new documentary Spaceship Earth tells their story, we meet the ‘biospherians’

Powerful antibiotic discovered using machine learning for first time Mad Science, Science And Technology, Drug Design, Drug Discovery, University Of Pittsburgh, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Medical Research, Deep Learning, Creative Outlet

Powerful antibiotic discovered using machine learning for first time

Team at MIT says halicin kills some of the world’s most dangerous strains

An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - Pigeons flying in front of the Eiffel Tower at sunrise in Paris on April / AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET - Image supplied by Agence France-Presse (AFP) - Poster printed in the USA Tulip Season, France Eiffel Tower, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Tour Eiffel, Pigeon, The Guardian, Poster Size Prints, Paris France

Human hair behind pigeons' lost toes, Paris study finds

Research suggests density of hairdressers in an area – and resulting human hair – affects rate of lost toes

Death metal music attracts sharks, documentary crew finds out Scuba Diving Quotes, Shark Diving, Shark Swimming, Sharks, Great White Shark Facts, Largest Great White, Huge Shark, Shark Bait

Huge sharks love death metal, film crew finds out

A documentary film crew hit upon a novel technique to attract great white sharks - blasting death metal through an underwater speaker. The Discovery Channel crew, filming for the Shark Week show Bride of Jaws, were on the hunt for a large great white, wonderfully nicknamed 'Joan of Shark'. Desperate to feature the 16-foot, 1.6 tonne shark in their documentary, they submerged a

Moths, maggots and microbes: our creepy-crawlie housemates – and the man who loves to hunt them Pet Spider, Mad Science, The Man, Creepy

Moths, maggots and microbes: our 5,000 creepy-crawlie housemates – and the man who loves to hunt them

Biologist Rob Dunn is the David Attenborough of the domestic sphere, uncovering everything from microbes in the shower to spiders in the basement. He goes on safari in the dusty corners of one Copenhagen home

15 Photos Full of “Wow” That the World Has Been Hiding From Us

15 Photos Full of “Wow” That the World Has Been Hiding From Us

You don’t actually need to find treasure to feel lucky. Sometimes it’s enough to discover some of the “secrets” that this world has camouflaged, waiting for a sharpened view to reveal itself. Medieval ruins under a school’s gym hall or an X-ray of a pregnant dog are just a taste of the world’s many hidden wonders.

Chlamydia discovered in the Arctic Ocean Uppsala University, Arctic Explorers, Mad Science, Pretty Cool, Ocean, Sea, The Ocean

Chlamydia discovered in the Arctic Ocean

Bet you didn’t see that coming. A “biological cousin” of chlamydia has been discovered living at the bottom of the Arctic ocean. Buried in several feet of marine sediment nearly two miles below the surface of the Arctic Ocean, the never before seen species of chlamydia bacteria has got scientists puzzled.