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Photographer Creates Beautifully Colorful Photos of Ice Crystals With Two Polarizing Filters

High school science teacher and photographer Tom Wagner captures remarkably vibrant colors in ice crystals through the use of an ingenious custom …

Photography

Mesmerizing Looping Animations of Psychedelic Animals

Animator TJ Fuller has created a delightful series of animated GIFs in which multicolored animals locomote in mesmerizing, never-ending loops. His …

GIF Animations

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Revelers across India observed Holi, the joyous celebration of spring, with traditional dousing of colored water and powder this week. In this image, a widow throws flower petals as she takes part in celebrations organized by an NGO at a widows' ashram in Vrindavan, Northern India, on March 4, 2015. Photograph by Anindito Mukherjee—@reuters. See more on time.com/photography

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SciShow Explains What It Takes for a Planet to Be Habitable

SciShow host Hank Green explains what it takes for a planet to be habitable and how planets get that way. Specifically, Green talks about planet …

This Is What a Gravitational Lens Looks Like

NASA's just taken the best accidental smiley photo ever. It's galaxy cluster SDSS J1038+4849, and it's got one hell of a creepy grin.<p>The photo comes …

The last thing a 3-year-old Syrian said before he died: “I’m gonna tell God everything.” http://t.co/eLrN0YoJkP

Science: Head Transplants Are Coming Soon - Italian Doctor - INFORMATION NIGERIA

An Italian doctor, Sergio Canavero, believes that it’s now possible to slice the head off one person, stitch it to the decapitated body of another, …

Mashups

Nasa finds evidence of a vast ancient ocean on Mars

A huge primitive ocean covered one-fifth of the red planet’s surface, making it warm, wet and ideal for alien life to gain a foothold, scientists say<p>A massive ancient ocean once covered nearly half of the northern hemisphere of Mars making the planet a more promising place for alien life to have …

Global Warming

Parisians carry on shopping as mass graves are exhumed below their feet

Archaeologists unearth hundreds of carefully lain skeletons underneath Monoprix supermarket where medieval hospital once stood<p>To the shoppers scrutinising the racks of newly arrived spring lingerie on the ground floor of the Monoprix store on the busy Boulevard Sebastopol, there was little to …

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Miniature Street Art Installations Take Over London

Street artist Slinkachu's idyllic scenes play out in puddles and street cracks.<p>Street artist Slinkachu’s work is best viewed under a magnifying glass: a lady swings on a matchstick, children play in the pool made from melting popsicle juice, and a couple crosses a river of Sprite. In an upcoming …

Art

Sony World Photography Awards 2015 Shortlist

<i>Shortlist, Lifestyle, Professional Category</i><i><br>©</i><b>Ramil Gilvanov/Rimma Gilvanova, Russia</b><p>The <b>World Photography Organization</b> has announced the shortlist for …

Photography

If This Theory Is Right, Eddie Redmayne Will Win Best Actor

Explaining the Pitt-Hanks Continuum, and how it predicts this year’s Oscars.<p>Last March, I argued that <b>Leonardo DiCaprio</b> failed (again) to win the best-actor Oscar because cool guys don’t win Oscars. I drew my definition of “cool” from a comment made by the director <b>Andrew Dominik</b> about <b>Brad Pitt</b>: “He …

An Incredible Demonstration Positing That Time Travel Is Possible Under Particular Circumstances

Brian Cox, the popular BBC Science presenter who’s also a physicist at the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester and …

Time Travel