This is a live image of the of Diatom Arachnoidiscus under magnification. The picture shows the diatom's silicified cell wall, which forms a pillbox-like shell (frustule) composed of overlapping halves that contain intricate and delicate markings.
"A STAR'S BIRTH AND DEATH --- In this graphic discover what takes for a star to be born. By Jason Treat and Alexander Stegmaier. Published on March --- And without star's & their death, humans would not exist!
All quantum phenomena arise from a universal force of repulsion between 'nearby' (i.e. similar) worlds which tends to make them more dissimilar. | Image: This is Professor Howard Wiseman, Director of Griffith University's Centre for Quantum Dynamics. Credit: Griffith University
Mustafa’s Space Drive: An Egyptian Student’s Quantum Physics Invention