NOT SCIENCE BUT YES YES YES YES, I JUST WATCHED THIS FILM! :’)
one of my favourite movies
This is what happens when you run water through a 24hz sine wave.
Ontario, Canada-based photographer Matt Molloy recently created a gorgeous series of sky images by stacking multiple photos onto one. The individual photos are most often taken from the timelapses he shoots. The final photo has a stunning painterly effect, almost as if someone had taken a paintbrush to the sky and smeared its beautiful colors.
When asked at 500px how many photos it took to create the one seen above, he replied, “I’m not exactly sure, but I used hundreds of photos to create this one image.”
Neurons growing in a cell culture
These time lapse animations use phase contrast microscopy to show neural stem cells in a nutrient medium for 4 hours. They reveal the dynamic growth and recycling of dendrites and synapses as neurons establish relationships with each other. The social behavior of these cells creates the incredible properties of the mind and brain.
Credit: University of Victoria Medical Sciences
UC Berkeley scientists have developed a system to capture visual activity in human brains and reconstruct it as digital video clips. Eventually, this process will allow you to record and reconstruct your own dreams on a computer screen.
This is absolutely fascinating but JESUS CHRIST THE RESULTS SO FAR ARE TERRIFYING
I DONT THINK I WANT TO SEE MY DREAMS THEN THANK YOU
yeah all those zombie nightmares NO THANKS
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