Run away/Hurry home
And you know that I never lie
Cabin atop Black Butte Lookout in Deschutes National Forest, Oregon
An epic 12-minute visual and aural journey through Iceland’s breathtaking landscapes during the time of the midnight sun (via explore-blog).
Imogen Heap Sings Chladni Lines
Earlier this week we discussed the acoustic phenomenon of Chladni lines, the particular patterns of resonance created when a surface vibrates at certain frequencies. This collection is a beautiful blend of physics and art.
Singer Imogen Heap went to her kitchen, grabbed some salt, and made her own!
Very cool, but don’t try this at home unless you are an amazing singer.
Theoretical physicist Ronald Mallett has put himself on record that time travel will be figured out, despite the fact that most physicists don’t agree. It’s a nice idea, and while I’m skeptical that we will ever be able to accomplish the feat (wouldn’t we have received notification to that end by now?), the physics of how time is malleable is well accepted. It’s all about relativity.
So while you wait for you grandchildren to appear from thin air and tell you that we’ve figured it out, let Dr. Mallett explain Einstein’s time theories as part of the new EPIPHANY video series.
(via Boing Boing)
Do you believe in time travel?
I see you
Love came second