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Next-Gen Music Animates Exactly What You Hear

First we had radio. Then we had MTV. Eventually we got YouTube. Now, could music visualizers be the new jam?<p>Maybe! Because if you’d like to experience electronic band George & Jonathan’s third album, you can of course listen to it on iTunes or SoundCloud, but better still, you can head to their …

Creepy Illustrations by Anton Semenov

Spooky Digital Illustrations.<p>Anton Semenov is an artist and illustrator from Russia. The artist is well known for his creepy illustrations. His …

Drawing

6 Buildings That Look Like Vaginas

Yesterday, Zaha Hadid released her design for Qatar’s new World Cup Stadium. Everyone freaked out because it looks like a vagina. What other architects have defied the phallic building norm?<p>Zaha Hadid sent shockwaves over the Internet yesterday when she released her design for Qatar’s new World Cup …

APOD: Sharpless 115 (2013 Jun 14) Image Credit & Copyright: Bill Snyder (at Sierra Remote Observatories) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130614.html Explanation: Sharpless 115 stands just north and west of Deneb, the alpha star of Cygnus the Swan in planet Earth's skies. Noted in the 1959 catalog by astronomer Stewart Sharpless (as Sh2-115) the faint but lovely emission nebula lies along the edge of one of the outer Milky Way's giant molecular clouds, about 7,500 light-years away. Shining with the light of ionized atoms of hydrogen, sulfur, and oxygen in this Hubble palette color composite image, the nebular glow is powered by hot stars in star cluster Berkeley 90. The cluster stars are likely only 100 million years old or so and are still embedded in Sharpless 115. But the stars' strong winds and radiation have cleared away much of their dusty, natal cloud. At the emission nebula's estimated distance, this cosmic close-up spans just under 100 light-years. http://billsnyderastrophotography.com/ http://www.sierra-remote.com/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130614 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0614

Post-Apocalyptic Britain And Other Amazing Images From This Week

Post-Apocalyptic Britain And Other Amazing Images From This Week

Decoding 'the Most Complex Object in the Universe'

The human brain contains some 100 billion neurons, which together form a network of Internet-like complexity. Christof Koch, chief scientific officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science, calls the brain "the most complex object in the known universe," and he's mapping its connections in hopes …

WIRED Space Photo of the Day 2013 | WIRED

Jan. 19, 2014: Solar X-Flare<p>The largest sunspot group of the solar cycle unleashed a large (X1.2 class) flare just when it was facing right towards …

Planets like Earth could be hiding in space dust - Futurity

U. ARIZONA (US) — Astronomers are working on a new technique to detect dust clouds …

Space

Video: How black holes emit x-rays

At team of astrophysicists says it has shown, for the first time, that high-energy light emission is not only possible, but inevitable when gas is …

Black Holes

Gallery: Nature's 10 Best Dads

APOD: Delphinid Meteor Mystery (2013 Jun 15) Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130615.html Explanation: Over a five hour period last Tuesday morning, exposures captured this tantalizing view of meteor streaks and the Milky Way in dark skies above Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. During that time, astronomers had hoped to see an outburst from the gamma Delphinid meteor shower as Earth swept through the dust trail left by an unknown comet. Named for the shower's radiant point in the constellation Delphinus, a brief but strong outburst was reported in bright, moonlit skies on June 10, 1930. While no strong Delphinid meteor activity was reported since, an outburst was tentatively predicted to occur again in 2013. But even though Tuesday's skies were dark, the overall rate of meteors in this field is low, and only the three lower meteor streaks seem to point back to the shower's estimated radiant. http://www.lco.cl/ http://carnegiescience.edu/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130615 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0615

Week in Photos: June 15, 2013

From Iran’s election to golf’s U.S. Open and tear gas in Istanbul, see the week’s most striking images.<p>Biswaranjan Rout/AP

Study: People Can Be Trained in Compassion

Equipped with a meditation room for scientific research and a brain-imaging lab, researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison examined, for the …

Street Light Interference: Exploring the Phenomenon

Have you ever had the experience where as you walk under a streetlight it suddenly turns off. As you continue down the street the light turns back on …

Supercomputers

Particle Fever, Sheffield Doc/Fest, review

Particle Fever is a brilliant documentary about the teams who conceived, designed and built the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, writes David Gritten.<p>Is particle physics the new rock’n’roll? An unlikely proposition, certainly. But judging by the reception given to two screenings in Sheffield of …

Physics

Stuart Chant obituary

My father, Stuart Chant, who has died aged 83, was a microbiologist by profession, but had numerous personal interests – history, music, theatre, …