Science Can Be Cool! (20 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       13 Jun 2022       2395       2 GALLERY VIEW



“I always wear some clear nail polish that strongly fluoresces. When I’m outside and I see some blue on my thumb, I know the UV index is high and it’s sunscreen time.”

“In the photo, I shined a UV flashlight on the nail polish to exaggerate it. In reality, there is a slight blue tint.”

 

“This is how swamped skies — the effect of satellites on the night sky — look.”

“The end result is 343 photos (over 85 mins) worth of satellite images blended together.”

 

“Many people don’t know that rubies are fluorescent.”
“Finished my most ambitious project to this day. I present to you my true to size 3D Atlas Moth.”
“I’ve turned cellular respiration and photosynthesis into necklaces.”

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“Maple Syrup Chemistry. All the molecules drawn are found in maple syrup.”
"This is how chemistry fans dye eggs"
“My son is obsessed with ants and poison dart frogs, so I made these for his Birthday!”
“PER ASPERA AD ASTRA (’through hardships to the stars’) encoded into peptide tattoo”
“I and my homie made a dinosaur model for our school’s science exhibition.”
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“I designed and 3D printed a periodic table with electronegativity shown by height!”
“I’ve been working on my most recent stained-glass piece over the past 2 months. It’s one of a kind!”
“I synthesized human insulin into a necklace.”
“Made this Dopamine light.”
“Quick little project celebrating the reawakening of the forest floor”
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“I made a blue ring octopus out of clay.”
“Bees help to convert sucrose into glucose and fructose, honey. I drew this to represent that!”
“I stitched a Junonia Orithya, also known as a Blue Pansy butterfly.”
“Took my students’ indicator papers from them just to make a little art.”
“I’ve been growing mono ammonium phosphate crystals for the past 3 years. They are truly fascinating.”
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Midge 2 month s ago
when you stare at boobs for 10 mins a day it improves health. it's science.
       
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Alexis 2 month s ago
Midge,

This is technically correct. Observing beautiful things like art, landscapes, women, etc. is chemically stimulating to the brain. Even more so if it's also sexually arousing.
       
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