Marius Skaiaa
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Rainbow Map of the Brain by M. D. Van Wedeen reveals an orderly lattice of nerve fibers that intersect at roughly right angles, much simpler than had been suspected. via Greg Miller, ScienceNOW #Brain #Neuroscience #M_D_Van_Weeden #ScienceNow #Greg_Miller

Grid-like patten of nerve fibers in the human brain Image: M. D. Van Wedeen, Martinos Center and Dept. of Radiology/Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard U.

harold fisk, 1944. mapping the mississippi.

Interesting and beautiful depiction of the Mississippi River. Each color marks a different course that the river has taken throughout its history. (Fisk, Map of ancient courses of the Mississippi River, Cape Girardeau, MO - Donaldsonville, LA.


Have there ever been times when you've said one thing, but had a completely different thought in your head? That's the idea behind these clever typography

blacken the sky

Burning daylight—thought these were tornadoes, I think those are the burning oil wells in Kuwait during the Gulf War. Iraq set fire to more than 600 of them as they retreated from Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1991

"Tree Lobsters" I'm not pinning this because of the picture, but the story behind it. These bugs were thought to be extinct since 1920, but 24 were found on a TINY rocky island... under its one bush. A group of scientist removed 4 of the bugs and have started a successful rehabilitation plan. Quite the story!

Six-Legged Giant Finds Secret Hideaway, Hides For 80 Years by Robert Krulwich, npr: Amazing story of the Lord Howe Walking Stick (Dryococelus australis) with a video of a baby hatching from an egg. -I read this article the other day.


Dia De Los Muertos Gypsy tattoo Got this recently in San Diego. Artist named Eno drew up this piece which covers up a 16 year old mistake. Rate of pictures of tatto