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A gallery featuring various scientific advancements.
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Visualizing the Petabyte Age
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Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a human macrophage on the surface of an alveolus. Found mainly in the liver and lymph nodes, macrophages are a part of the immune system. Their primary function is... More
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Fine, walk away. I'm gonna go cry into a pint of Ben&Jerry's Brownie Batter(tm) ice cream [link], then take out my frustration on a variety of great flash games from PopCap Games(r) [link]
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Made popular on April 16 2011, submitted by Andres
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I can't remember the marketing company who made this picture. Anyone who knows? They make amazing computer animated images.
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Made popular on January 12 2011, submitted by Greyheaven
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Image of the solar transit of the International Space Station (ISS)
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Made popular on January 05 2011, submitted by Jonjon
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On July 18 of 1969, as the world waited anxiously for Apollo 11 to land safely on the surface of the Moon, speechwriter William Safire imagined the worst case scenario as he expertly wrote the followin... More
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Artist's Rendering of OLED Glasses.
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Made popular on December 25 2010, submitted by Greyheaven
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Google Labs has an interesting new line of business — human anatomy. The Google Body Browser is a 3D representation of the major parts of the human body. Based on the well known and very expensive Zy... More
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What an awe-inspiring picture...
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Home from Above. There's no place like home. Peering out of the windows of the International Space Station (ISS), astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson takes in the planet on which we were all born, and to... More
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Made popular on November 16 2010, submitted by Andres
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Don't worry! From the light's point of view, home and your eye are in the same place, and the journey takes no time at all! Relativity saves the day again.
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Spammers are breaking Traditional Captchas, XKCD offers a solution.
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Made popular on October 25 2010, submitted by Andres
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Picture of a beautiful, futuristic building-city.
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The beautiful world of the small.
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Our beautiful Galaxy and beyond. It's beautiful.
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FORMULAE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
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The biannual Top 500 supercomputer list has been released. Use this graphic to explore the world's fastest number crunchers or find out more about alternative supercomputer powers .
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Funny comic on Climate Change.
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Made popular on March 17 2010, submitted by Navras
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So what do we do if video game AI opponents become smart enough to question the "matrix"into which we've put them?
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A janitor takes in some of the Internet's knowledge sometime in the future, in this scene by flyingdebris.
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ASIMO’s 9th birthday party was held last September. Here are a bunch of pictures of the precursors to the capable little robot that we’re familiar with today.
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“We live in a world where there are actual fleets of robot assassins patrolling the skies. At some point there, we left the present and entered the future.” Almost the future, but not quite… W... More
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Each line represents a different space mission, highlighting notable missions, including those from different countries, those of historical significance, and those which have failed.
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Made popular on October 12 2009, submitted by Andres
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"If I were to wish for anything, I should not wish for wealth and power, but for the passionate sense of the potential, for the eye which, ever young and ardent, sees the possible. Pleasure disappoints, possibility never. And what wine is so sparkling, what so fragrant, what so intoxicating, as possibility!" by Soren Kierkegaard


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