"The most important thing you learn as a photographer is anticipation - not where the action is taking place, but where it's going to take place. Not where the subject is now, but where they're going to be." - Lawrence Schiller
This is a shot of a Yellow-Browed Bulbul splashing out of water, shot at Thattekkad.
"In 1916 [...] Polish chemist Jan Czochralski invented a way to grow single crystals of semiconductors, metals, and synthetic gemstones. The process—known as the Czochralski method—allows scientists to have more control over a semiconductor’s quality and is still used today."
The Czochralski process is now an IEEE Milestone for technical development.
«We didn't think it could be any better, but our New "Ultimate" is world-class and then some! We are now using a push-pull I Core design instead of the single core, and we have upgraded our Black Out powder mixture for a broader noise absorption parameter.»
It's a FUSE. A $225 fuse.
Having spent the morning in Java hell, this showing up was extra funny.
@sohkamyung When they've perfected the buns, perhaps they could try putting physics to use in making better puns.
Food physics. :-)
"Could physics help us make better bread? Yes, say researchers at the Technical University of Munich in Germany."
4,000- year old Babylonian tablets turn out to be recipes for stew. And apparently they're pretty good
Surprising thing of the day: There is wood on the moon. But there are also two wooden spacecraft in interplanetary space.
Expert on chocolate consumption
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