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Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci
Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci
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Europe at night
Europe at night
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First observation of omega-minus particle
First observation of omega-minus particle
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Humphry Davy, caricature
Humphry Davy, caricature
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Astronaut footprints on the Moon
Astronaut footprints on the Moon
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Apollo 17 astronaut
Apollo 17 astronaut
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Bubble chamber photo of sigma particle decay
Bubble chamber photo of sigma particle decay
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Human blastocyst
Human blastocyst
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Total solar eclipse, 29/03/2006
Total solar eclipse, 29/03/2006
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Marie Curie, caricature
Marie Curie, caricature
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Mobile phone use, X-ray
Mobile phone use, X-ray
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James Clark Maxwell with his demon
James Clark Maxwell with his demon
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James Clark Maxwell with his demon Featured Image

James Clark Maxwell with his demon

James Clark Maxwell and his demon, artwork. Maxwell (1831-1879) is best known for his laws of electromagnetism, which laid the foundations for modern physics. His "demon" was a thought experiment to question the Second Law of Thermodynamics: the entropy of a system tends to increase. This means that a hot region cannot draw heat from a colder region. Maxwell's demon is a being that can operate a door between a hot and cold gas, opening it to allow a fast-moving (hot) molecule to pass to the hot side, or a slow- moving one to pass to the cold side. This would violate the second law. However, as the demon requires energy to distinguish between fast and slow approaching molecules, and to operate the door, the entropy of the system increases anyway

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Chromosome
Chromosome
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Coronary arteriogram of arteries of the heart 1904
Coronary arteriogram of arteries of the heart 1904
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Astronaut footprint on the Moon
Astronaut footprint on the Moon
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Love
Love
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Astronaut walking on the Moon
Astronaut walking on the Moon
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Nude mans torso
Nude mans torso
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Body anatomy
Body anatomy
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Eris and Dysnomia
Eris and Dysnomia
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Human facial muscles
Human facial muscles
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Skeleton walking a marmoset, X-ray
Skeleton walking a marmoset, X-ray
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Skeletons of a human and rats, X-ray
Skeletons of a human and rats, X-ray
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Technological dominance, conceptual image
Technological dominance, conceptual image
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Eris and Dysnomia Featured Image

Eris and Dysnomia

Eris and Dysnomia. Artwork of the dwarf planet Eris, seen from its moon Dysnomia (lower right). Eris was formerly called 2003 UB313, and was nicknamed Xena by its discoverers, and its moon was nicknamed Gabrielle. Eris is thought to be around 3000 kilometres across, which is slightly larger than Pluto. It takes 560 years to orbit the Sun. Eris is the largest known member of the Kuiper Belt of rocky, icy bodies, including Pluto, that orbit the Sun beyond Neptune. The discovery was made from observations made in 2003 at the Palomar Observatory, USA, by Mike Brown, Chad Trujillo and David Rabinowitz, and announced in July 2005. Dysnomia was observed in September 2005

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Woodcut of a patient being trephined
Woodcut of a patient being trephined
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Robert Hookes microscope in Micrographia 1665
Robert Hookes microscope in Micrographia 1665
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DNA research
DNA research
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Europe at night
Europe at night
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Moraxella catarrhalis bacteria
Moraxella catarrhalis bacteria
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Penicillin fungus growing on cheddar cheese
Penicillin fungus growing on cheddar cheese
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cosmic ray atomic nuclei
cosmic ray atomic nuclei
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Total solar eclipse
Total solar eclipse
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Dew laden spider web
Dew laden spider web
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Glass of water
Glass of water
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Full Moon
Full Moon
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Nude man
Nude man
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cosmic ray atomic nuclei Featured Image

cosmic ray atomic nuclei

Emulsion photograph showing the tracks of various cosmic ray nuclei, ranging from a hydrogen nucleus to an iron nucleus. The more protons a nucleus contains, the higher its positive electric charge & the greater its ability to ionise; the more it ionises, the denser its track in emulsion. Hydrog- en has 1 proton & produces a barely visible track. Ionisation depends on the square of the charge; so lithium's 3 protons have 9 times hydrogen's charge & produce a track 9 times denser. Iron, with 26 protons, produces a track 676 times denser than hydrogen. The wispy strands that adorn the denser tracks are "delta rays" - electrons knocked out of atoms in the emulsion by the passing nucleus

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Particle physics equations
Particle physics equations
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Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
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European starling flock
European starling flock
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Total solar eclipse
Total solar eclipse
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Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
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Yoga Meditation
Yoga Meditation
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Human evolution, conceptual artwork
Human evolution, conceptual artwork
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Ageing
Ageing
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Happy girl
Happy girl
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Partial solar eclipse
Partial solar eclipse
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Radioactive emission from radium
Radioactive emission from radium
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