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When the universal darkness is covering the earth, and hold us tight
Some spying eyes are drawn to the sky stuck upon it

Filled with interrogations
They are questioning about life:
What is the reason for our presence here?
And what can we do to prevent human mistakes?

When the first minute of the day arrives with this total silence
Some light crystal beams are penetrating the room
Delivering this darkness that doesn't show me
In which world of trouble we are living

Pressure, slaughtery, crime and monetary shit…

My eyes are opening to a totally different world!!
A seepage of flesh that awaits to be hacked up

Feeding your deadliest thoughts
Human of century
No more can I accept these lies

They are all standing there, without anyone talking and no reason to be heard
But life is so important! This life is yours
When someone chooses to take or give life
Many lives are resting on their shoulders
[Solo: Kevin]

It's a choice to make, the way of life you'll take
So I wish you to take the good path!

If society can't accept itself, how could it deal with each individuality
This nightmare must be overcome
This truth is for us!!
It's a scar that cannot be healed but it could be known
At this point, coexistence could be a scheme

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Feels like I'm in debt 🙄... +Hritik Vijay +UMANG SINGH +Rebecca Charlse
“Volumes” is an experimental art film by Maxim Zhestkov using physics-based particle animation. Waves and unseen forces send billions of color-changing particles aloft in the film. The motions – especially the way the particles seem to tear themselves – are reminiscent of a complex fluid, like yogurt. These substances have both liquid-like (viscous) and solid-like (elastic) properties depending on the forces they experience. Zhestkov’s particles are similar; they move like a fluid but tear more like a solid.

Watch the video:

#fluiddynamics #science #physics #granularmotion #complexfluids #nonNewtonianfluids #viscoelasticity
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NASA finally launched its Parker Solar Probe spacecraft on its mission to “touch the sun”. The Delta IV rocket carrying the probe blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, after a series of delays. The Delta IV Heavy rocket thundered into the pre-dawn darkness, thrilling onlookers for miles around.

NASA needed the mighty 23-story rocket, plus a third stage, to get the tiny Parker probe the size of a small car and weighing well under a ton racing toward the sun. The probe, which aims to give NASA an up-close look at how our nearest and dearest star works, will travel at 430,000 miles an hour - faster than any spacecraft in history. The probe will use Venus's gravity over the course of it's 93million-miles journey over seven years to gradually bring its orbit closer to "touch the sun", as NASA calls it. Of course, the spacecraft won't actually touch the sun – its temperature is a ludicrously toasty 5,500 degrees Celsius, and would instantly destroy any probe. Instead, it will fly into the sun's atmosphere, where it will observe from a "safe distance" of approximately four million miles away from the star's surface – protected by a "cutting-edge heat shield".

The spacecraft will provide unprecedented information about our sun, where changing conditions can spread out into the solar system to affect Earth and other worlds. The spacecraft will trace how energy and heat move through the Sun’s atmosphere and explore what accelerates the solar wind and solar energetic particles. The measurements and imaging captured by the Parker Solar Probe will revolutionise our understanding of the corona and the Sun-Earth connection.

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About quantum entanglement, I like causality concepts. I find it fun to ponder how every action we do affects reality, but thinking even more out of the box, how to manipulate it and shape it to our will. Belligerency and discordance makes dominos out of reality's building blocks whereas futuristic thinkers resolve causality like resolving Rubik's cubes, evolving with the betterment for the collective.
(Future Light Grid Concepts Pt1 by Stewart Hardy)
(Future Light Grid Concepts Pt2 by Stewart Hardy)
(Future Light Grid Concepts Pt3 by Stewart Hardy)
(Future Light Grid Concepts Pt4 by Stewart Hardy)
(Indigo Precognition and Causality (Future Light Grid Concepts Pt5) by Stewart Hardy
(Indigo Precognition, Interconnection, The Building Blocks and Idealism by Stewart Hardy)
(The Collective, Interconnection and Non-discordancy)

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CAL successfully launched to the ISS...

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I ain't getting this...

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Physicists Just Stuffed an Atom Full of Atoms and Created a Brand New State of Matter

A team of researchers has now created a new, exotic state of matter at cold temperatures, referred to as “Rydberg polarons.”

Two very special fields of atomic physics, which can only be studied at extreme conditions, have been combined in this research project: Bose-Einstein condensates and Rydberg atoms. A Bose-Einstein condensate is a state of matter created by atoms at ultracold temperatures, close to absolute zero. Rydberg atoms are atoms, in which one single electron is lifted into a highly excited state and orbits the nucleus at a very large distance.

You can see an illustration of this "giant atom" filled with atoms below - the blue is the electron, the nucleus is red, and within the electron's orbit are a bunch of other atoms (green).

First, a Bose-Einstein condensate was created with strontium atoms. Using a laser, energy was transferred to one of these atoms, turning it into a Rydberg atom with a huge atomic radius. The perplexing thing about this atom: the radius of the orbit, on which the electron moves around the nucleus, is much larger than the typical distance between two atoms in the condensate. Therefore the electron does not only orbit its own atomic nucleus, numerous other atoms lie inside its orbit too. Depending on the radius of the Rydberg atom and the density of the Bose-Einstein condensate, as many as 170 additional strontium atoms may be enclosed by the huge electronic orbit.

P.S. Don't expect to be building anything from these molecular Rydberg polarons( at least for now).

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You thought quantum mechanics was confusing?🤔
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