Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Zhukov, Dec 15, 2005.
Damn that is cool
It reminds of a short film that was shot in the '70s titled "Powers of Ten"...
it started with a pair of picnickers in a Chicago park, then started increasing the field of view by a factor of 30 seconds, or so. Within a few minutes, you were viewing the (then) known boundary of the universe. Then the film reversed course and worked its way down to the individual quarks in the atoms in the man's hand.
Separate names with a comma.