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Cool Sound and Water Experiment!

Cool Sound and Water Experiment!

DIY Book Scanning | A forum dedicated to book scanning, open source, DIY digitization. Concurso de Windoodles Amazing Pendulum Wave Shadow Effect Computer parts Skylines Italian artist Franco Recchia gives new life to computer parts by reusing them into nice miniature city skylines ! ++ More information at FRANCO RECCHIA – metropolitan artist website ! Idea sent by ! Stanley Kubrick’s Photos of New York Life in the 40s Self portrait with showgirl Rosemary Williams 1948 – Photograph via VandM.com Stanley Kubrick—who wrote and directed Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange and The Shining—was one of America’s most influential filmmakers. Directors ranging from the Coen Brothers to Tim Burton paid visual homage to his works in their own films, and no less than Steven Spielberg said: “Nobody could shoot a picture better in history.” In fact Kubrick’s special skill behind the camera and his ability to create visual intrigue were evident long before he was a Hollywood icon. It was during this period that Kubrick’s respected—and often-imitated—style first became apparent. Now, for the first time, fine art prints of Kubrick’s work as a photojournalist are available for sale. Images in this collection show the drama—both human and artistic—that infuse Kubrick’s work. All images are available as prints through VandM.com 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Exhibit Services » Blue Sky | Exploratorium Blue Sky demonstrates why the sky is blue. This is a phenomenon called “Rayleigh scattering.” A clear tube is mounted in front of a light source with the light shining into the end of the tube. The light scattered by the tube looks blue near the projector and gets progressively yellower further down the tube. A very orange “sun” emerges from the tube and is projected onto a screen on the side of the exhibit. Educational Resources Explainer Videos For Information About Exhibit Sales: Global Studios

Power-Up Arcade Light Switch Plate CuantoCobrar | La aplicación que todo freelancer necesita. pontociência astronomia Um nanosegundo-luz na sua mão por Alfredo O que é um ano-luz? E um segundo-luz? Construa um modelo de papel e entenda esta unidade usada na astronomia. O Achatamento Planetário por Grupo de Física UERJ do DEQ Você sabe o porquê da Terra ser um planeta achatado? Planetário de Pobre por Lucas Assis Você sabe como funciona o movimento dos astros em relação à Terra? Relógio de Sol por Francisco de Borja Um dia é o tempo gasto pela Terra para dar uma volta completa em torno do próprio eixo. Visualização das distâncias médias dos planetas ao Sol por Grupo de Física UERJ do DEQ Você já imaginou qual a distância entre os planetas do Sistema Solar e o Sol? Comparação entre o tamanho dos palnetas e o Sol por Grupo de Física UERJ do DEQ Imagine o Sol e os planetas do sistema solar. Comparando o diâmetro do Sol com a órbita da Lua por Grupo de Física UERJ do DEQ Nesta atividade comparamos o diâmetro do Sol com o diâmetro da órbita lunar.

トラフのコローロ展 « TORAFU ARCHITECTS トラフ建築設計事務所 Principle use: EXHIBITION SITE Production: Ichiro / Fukunaga print / TORAFU ARCHITECTS Building site: CLASKA GALLERY & SHOP”DO”Main branch Total floor area: 280㎡ Design period: 2012.06-08 Construction period: 2012.08 Duration: 2012.08.10-09.09 Photo: Akihiro Ito / Hiroyuki Matsubara Website: In 2004, TORAFU ARCHITECTS completed our first project, ‘TEMPLATE IN CLASKA’ where we were approached to design 3 rooms inside the CLASKA hotel. Currently we have our solo show in CLASKA Gallery&Shop “DO” in this hotel. In addition, we are showing a wide range of our products such as “CMYK”, “Kitchen Blocks”, “softblock”, a new released product “clopen”, as well as bookends made by wood left over from the making of koloro desk, which is a project in progress.

Columna: Para todos, todo - 500 películas legalmente gratuitas Tomado de Pijamasurf: Internet, como una gran biblioteca, guarda entre sus estantes verdaderos tesoros de la cultura universal, en este casi, 100 (de 500) películas que puedes ver gratuita y legalmente en línea. Internet, como una inmensa, infinita biblioteca, guarda entre sus anaqueles verdaderos tesoros de la cultura universal, muchos de los cuales permanecen escondidos o disimulados en la vasta cantidad de información que la Red conserva. Tal es el caso de una increíble compilación realizada por el sitio OpenCulture de 500 películas que es posible ver gratuita y legalmente por en línea. En algunos casos se trata de obras cuya propiedad intelectual ha caducado y, por ende, están disponibles para quienquiera utilizarlas sin hacer usufructo de ellas. En otros se trata de filmes recientes que sus creadores no dudaron en poner a circular libremente por la Red, en una especie de “servicio social intelectual” que cada día parece más común. Comedia y drama Adiós a las armas Andrei Rublev Baby Doll

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