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Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity celebrates its anniversary in See the basic facts of Einstein's relativity in this infographic.

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How The World Will Look In 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 Years Time

BBC future timeline - The BBC future timeline infographic is a theoretical look at the far distant future of our planet. The Timeline of the Far Future take us thousands.


Polar & non-polar molecules

History of the Universe

History of the Universe. Large Hadron Collider~ History of the Universe…

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BNISE – Compact Binoculars for Bird Watching – Asika HD Military Telescope for Hunting and Travel – Folding Pocket Size for Kids and Childrens Astronomy – High Clear Vision – Pink


In this episode of Crash Course Chemistry, Hank discusses what Molecules actually look like and why, some quantum-mechanical three dimensional wave functions

Vida y muerte de las estrellas

Vida y muerte de las estrellas

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Every Trip To The Moon Ever

Every Trip To The Moon, Ever. Art illustration charting dates of e every trip taken to the moon. Nasa & Outer space fun poster for kids & boys bedrooms.

What if there is a density of reality in which time is 3 dimensional? According to some types of String Theory, what you do right NOW can potentially cause what happened 5000 years ago in our interaction with linear time, because what we do to an electron effects both its past and its future according to string theory. We experience linearity, but what if time progression was nothing more than a series of universal cause-effect relationships randomly interconnected

Doom, gloom, shut up and smile

“People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… timey wimey… stuff.” —The Doctor-


Mapping Voyager 1's Incredible 36-Year Mission Through Space [INFOGRAPHIC]

Voyager 1 spacecraft's biggest moments are shown in this chart covering the last 36 years. Voyager 1 is almost 12 billion miles away now! and moving at miles per hour!Voyager 1 will be the first ever object we've sent outside our solar system.

Apollo 11 - flight dynamics diagram

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