That is a level of dedication I will never achieve in my lifetime.
Gonna be weird for the people who just see dead carcasses and a grey explosion.
That's some real woahdude shit right there
Or for anyone that saw this mid-timelapse
This solves the problem of when you want to sit in an uncomfortable chair, but you want it to ship as many of them in a container as possible.
"I want the convenience of a folding chair, with the weight of a solid sheet of 1" thick plywood, and the finger slicing ability of a large paper shredder"
"Right this way sir, I have just the chair"
Just the height of this takes up more space than a standard folding chair. That back part is so tall it would negate the space saved by it being totally flat.
Seems comfortable though, more reclined than a normal chair:
The "woah" factor alone makes it an /sub/ineeeedit worthy post.
The heaviest fucking chairs ever made.
special desert camo pattern designed to blend seamlessly into the naturally-occurring 480p landscape
Combat in low resolution environments favors stealth.
"I didn't see you at camouflage training today, private!" "Thank you drill sergeant!"
Too bad they couldn't blend in with the watermarks.
RIP thousands of birds and/or visually impaired flying superheroes.
from that same perspective
It's the BNL-BNP Paribas Headquarters in Roma, Italy
Incredible architecture. Which building is this by chance?
I think it's part of the intrigue for me. I feel like the slightly turned head has a feeling of considering something, or like she just slowly moved into the scene. A little creepy but very cool.
10/10 see-through body.
I find it odd that her face is painted so that she has to to tilt her head to line it up with the scenery.
This is fake. They didn't test the tongs to make sure they work.
Minimum 2 good solid clicks, every damn time.
A cloud chamber is filled with alcohol vapor at a temperature and pressure where any slight changes will cause the vapor to condense. When the radioactive particles zip though this vapor, they upset the molecules in their path, causing the formation of these beautiful vapor trails.
Not all of the radiation visible here is actually dangerous. Alpha particles are easily stopped by skin, but if you eat uranium I'm sure some will dissolve in your stomach acid and therefore be transported into your bloodstream where the alpha particles will do all kinds of nasty things to your internal organs. Beta particles are less massive so they may penetrate deeper. And of course gamma radiation is ridiculously dangerous, passing through quite a bit of lead shielding without much attenuation.
Obligatory, "can someone please explain to me what this is/how this works?" seriously I'm curious
I was heading down to this new Uranium tapas joint tonight, thanks for the heads up, I think I'll skip!
You're watching the path that radioactive particles are cutting through a vapor.
i'm missing out on the woah-ness i'm sorry what exactly is special about series of decreasing sized colored circles hanging by wire?
I agree. It's a cool piece of art but that's about it. Nothing mind-blowing here
You're just missing Porky Pig!
If the colors were reversed it would be a neat representation of how the color of light changes as it's wavelength gets longer. Missed opportunity for some bitchin science-art right there.
Dear God that's amazing
If I was a tree watching this I'd probably be puking my guts out by now
The same type of animation exists using a human cadaver... just in case you really wanted to puke your guts out.
Edit: I found the web page with the video - like I said, just in case.
We are mammals. Check out a whales fin and our hands. Awesome.
Well, that's fascinating.