victoriousvocabulary:

SCHNEEFLOCKE

[noun]

snowflake; a small, soft piece of frozen water that falls from the sky as snow; crystalline water ice.

Etymology: German - schnee (from Middle High German snē, from Old High German snēo from Proto-Germanic *snaiwaz, “snow”, from Proto-Indo-European *snóygʷʰos, “snow” + flocke (from Old High German floccho).

[Beautiful Microscopic Time-lapse of Individual Snowflakes Forming [VIDEO] originally posted by thisiscolossal]

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beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

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dvdp:

1 minuteFollow one row from the beginning to the end.This is 1 minute of your life (ca. 40 million minutes).
1 minute can pass fast. 1 minute can pass slowly. It depends on your actual situation/conditions (even your body temperature).
Feel the time for a minute.

dvdp:

1 minute

Follow one row from the beginning to the end.
This is 1 minute of your life (ca. 40 million minutes).

1 minute can pass fast. 1 minute can pass slowly. It depends on your actual situation/conditions (even your body temperature).

Feel the time for a minute.

amongthewhisperingtrees:

Everything runs off the same energy system. Really Powerful image set.

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feketexenia:

Kraftwerk - Ruckzuck (live 1970)

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scanzen:

Dunaújváros. A Dunai Vasmű II. kohóját 73 nap alatt átépítették. A termelés-kiesés ellenére a Dunai Vasmű a Nagy Októberi Szocialista Forradalom 60. évfordulója tiszteletére az idén 40 ezer tonnával több nyersvasat termel mint 1976-ban. 1977. MTI fotó - Csikós Gábor.
Metallurgust in the Danube Ironworks, Dunaújváros, Hungary, 1977.
Köszi Klág!

scanzen:

Dunaújváros. A Dunai Vasmű II. kohóját 73 nap alatt átépítették. A termelés-kiesés ellenére a Dunai Vasmű a Nagy Októberi Szocialista Forradalom 60. évfordulója tiszteletére az idén 40 ezer tonnával több nyersvasat termel mint 1976-ban. 1977. MTI fotó - Csikós Gábor.

Metallurgust in the Danube Ironworks, Dunaújváros, Hungary, 1977.

Köszi Klág!

robsheridan:

Stunning hi-res photo of Saturn captured by Cassini over the course of four hours on July 19th, 2013. Be sure to click through for the incredible 9000px hi-res image, and read Bad Astronomy’s post for more context.

robsheridan:

Stunning hi-res photo of Saturn captured by Cassini over the course of four hours on July 19th, 2013. Be sure to click through for the incredible 9000px hi-res image, and read Bad Astronomy’s post for more context.

dvdp:

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dvdp:

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post processed gl worms
http://www.chromeexperiments.com/detail/gray-scott-simulation/?f=webgl