Monthly Archives: November 2015

X-Ray Humor

Start your day off with a little x-ray humor today, and have a great Thanksgiving week! Source. 

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Deciphering the Elements of Iconic Pottery

Researchers have begun to tackle the question of how pottery such as the ancient Greek vessel shown above was produced. A collaborative group of California scientists from the Getty Conservation Institute, The Aerospace Corporation, and the Department of Energy’s SLAC … Continue reading

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Supernova Explosion Ripped Star’s Guts Out

A massive supernova explosion that destroyed a faraway star apparently turned the left over stellar corpse inside out as well, scientists say. Continue reading

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X-Ray Style in Arnhem Land Rock Art via The Met Museum

The “X-ray” tradition in Aboriginal art is thought to have developed around 2000 B.C. and continues to the present day. Continue reading

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