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Alexander Yakovlev, photographer, captures the incredible grace of ballet in his "flour series" where he caught on film those little magical expressive and dynamic moments we usually miss watching live ballet.

Alexander Yakovlev, photographer, captures the incredible grace of ballet in his "flour series" where he caught on film those little magical expressive and dynamic moments we usually miss watching live ballet. me - awesome slow shutter speed photography

Bryan Nash Gill- Woodcut: Inked Cross-Sections of Fallen Trees. This image shows how the artist uses the tree slabs and inks the slab to get the rings and organic outline of the tree slab.

Dark matter found at last? WIMPS in space might hold the crucial clue, experiment finds  By ROB WAUGH  UPDATED: 08:38 EST, 17 September 2011      Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2038324/Dark-matter-WIMPS-space-hold-crucial-clue.html#ixzz2Pk21iC4g   Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

A computer simulation of the distribution of 'dark matter' in the universe. Dark matter emits no light or electromagnetic radiation, so it is difficult to detect direct evidence of its existence. WIMPs might be the key

Our Universe, the "cosmic web". Each yellow dot is a galaxy. The purple streams represent dark matter. This image represents 0.000001% of the known universe.

Our Universe, the "cosmic web". Each yellow dot is a cluster of galaxies. The purple streams represent dark matter. This image represents of the known universe.

Why Living Cells Are The Future Of Data Processing | Popular Science

Intelligent Life: Slime mold grows toward patches of food with the efficiency of a network engineer. Courtesy Andrew Adamatzky I grew some slime mold in micro. Our food was a piece of oatmeal.

Schlau und schleimig

Schlau und schleimig

Bildergebnis für Physarum polycephalum map of Germany

Bildergebnis für Physarum polycephalum map of Germany