What one guy did to pass the time during lockdown.
As an experiment, a YouTuber gathered a jar of muddy water and weed out of a local pond and placed it in his window. Here’s what happened after the first week.
Guy Scooped Up A Jar Of Pond Water And Left It On His Window Sill — What Happened Next Was Extraordinary – Digg
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An experiment in depth perception. I tried to focus on the foreground and exaggerate the depth of the background to make an inch-high wad of shredded white paper look like a great height. Lighting from the side instead of directly on the subject helps with the effect.
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Tagged altitude, art, blue, bokeh, colors, depth, depth of field, experiment, height, illusion, paper, photography, shredded paper, white |
Experimenting with flash photography on a dusty pewter coyote figure.
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Next year, a Russian man will become the first human to participate in a head transplant. The patient’s head will be removed and placed on another body.
World’s First Head Transplant to Take Place Next Year – Industry Tap
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Tagged experiment, head, head transplant, health, medicine, news, Russia, science, transplant |
Scientists demonstrate first contagious airborne WiFi virus.
The virus avoids detection by existing only in the WiFi network, flitting from router to router, collecting and sending login credentials. But don’t worry, it’s just an experiment created by well-meaning scientists.
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