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Cliff Pickover
Increase your sense of wonder. (Author of 50 books & 700 patents. Yale Ph.D.) "Pickover contemplates realms beyond our known reality." ~NY Times
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Cliff Pickover 4h
Infinity. (By Emilio Gomariz)
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Cliff Pickover 6h
Simulating Reality. 1.3 millions particles dropped into a bowl. Source:
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Cliff Pickover 6h
Spherical chess. Source:
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Cliff Pickover 8h
Imagine carrying happiness on your neck. Serotonin necklace.
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Cliff Pickover 9h
Let's imagine these are two alien lifeforms, dancing for us.
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Cliff Pickover 9h
“Life is not found in atoms or molecules or genes as such, but in organization; not in symbiosis but in synthesis.” ― Edwin Grant Conklin Image:
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Cliff Pickover 10h
Do you find this photo to be intriguing? "The Saint Louis Zoo was a very different place 100 years ago." Source:
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Cliff Pickover 10h
Idea for an SF novel. What if your bones and organs became sentient and willful? (Art by Natalie Dee)
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Cliff Pickover 10h
"What are fractals, and why should I care?" Answer:
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Cliff Pickover 10h
Imagine writing a novel in which futuristic soldiers wear fractal armor. Researchers show that shock-dissipating fractal cubes could forge high-tech armor:
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Cliff Pickover 10h
Alex Grey, visionary artist, is at .
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Cliff Pickover 12h
How a single sneeze changes the universe and alters this person's experience of subjective reality. Source ():
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Cliff Pickover 12h
Tips for writers, especially if you would love to write a popular novel.
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Cliff Pickover 13h
Mystery Tibetan skull found in antique shop in Vienna.
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Cliff Pickover 13h
This animation may appeal to computer programmers. Source:
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Cliff Pickover 15h
Glimpse the past. Beckman Instruments EASE analog computer, used to design jet engines.
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Cliff Pickover 17h
The nearest country to everywhere in the US. Source:
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Cliff Pickover 18h
While browsing the Web today, I stumbled across the cover of one of my books ("Death and the Aferlife") in Swedish.
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Cliff Pickover 18h
This figure legend contains a number of strangely alluring phrases, such as: "Hopf fibration," "3-sphere," "Villarceau circles," "complex projective line" and "Fubini–Study metric."
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Cliff Pickover Jul 6
A map of the "Internet" in December 1969. Wow, pretty simple.
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