The little machine is vibrating the molecules of the water at a certain frequency and the stream lets us see the wave of that frequency.
I fucking love physics
Also with the first gif: The water hovering/freezing in mid air is a curious optical illusion that occurs when the frequency of the water matches that of the camera filming the water, most commonly with a 24fps camera and a 24hz sine wave, making it appear as if the water is static in the air. Check it out here and Here
tracking the cycles of stars
subtly shifting through waves of night
an attraction begins
lines envisioned between the points above
and the fields below
threads are sewn to articulate invisible ties
and intricate webs are woven
within these networks conceptions are formed
and new worlds imagined
expanding the civilizations I have created
throughout space and time
Lovable Things → The smell of old books
John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836-1893) was a Victorian-era painter, notable for his moonlit scenes and landscapes.
The second-to-last painting I believe I have seen in person, and it struck me immediately and profoundly because I felt like I had seen it before, a thousand times. It was like a perfect picture of a rainy day in the UK.
Know Your History: Uppity Negroes.
Here’s the trailer. Now, where’s my Charles & Erik fic, hmmm?
This movie could utterly suck and I WILL NOT CARE. Giant robots FTW!
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