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Knotty Thrills

The problem of how to tie a knot out of a fluid had eluded scientists for a century and a half. Then, using a 3D printer, bubble mist, and a scaled-down version of a laser light show, three physicists from the University of Chicago did it. 22 more words



© 2014 Michael Fiveson

Silver, aerodynamic, sexy and old. No, not me, but this old camper!

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Morphing Skin To Make Super Aerodynamic Future Cars

Posted on June 29, 2014 by catcat

This morphing materials employs the alive-looking dimpled on its surface to reduce air resistance, therefore is ready to make long term vehicles really aerodynamic. 17 more words

The world's only...

The pink star diamond. One of the world’s rarest gems. Worth 8.2 million.

Clearly rare things are valuable, we all know that.

But did you ever stop to think that you’re the rarest of all? 57 more words


The science behind FIFA’s footballs

Lovers and haters of the World Cup alike can’t fail to be amazed by the skills of some professional footballers. Like David Beckham or Cristiano Ronaldo… 594 more words