Thought via Path

有时候看着这个人没回复,有种被背叛的感觉,会干脆把跟此人的所有对话直接删掉,确实不回顾对话历史也没有任何感觉了呢 – Read on Path.

Thought via Path

Paul: You a handful of trouble. – Read on Path.

Thought via Path

声音好听真是个大PLUS啊!😱😱😱 – Read on Path.

Thought via Path

有个清华美院学玻璃艺术的,被罗德岛和NYU的design录了,这些日子我们都在深圳学车,就问他长训的事情。两条刚睡醒的惺忪语音发过来,真好听,真好听,真好听…😱 – Read on Path.


Theoretical physics: The origins of space and time

Many researchers believe that physics will not be complete until it can explain not just the behaviour of space and time, but where these entities come from.
Finding that one huge theory is a daunting challenge. Nature explores some promising lines of attack — as well as some of the emerging ideas about how to test these concepts (see 'The fabric of reality').
Credit: Zeeya Merali

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Chromoscope - View the Universe in different wavelengths

Unless you’re Superman or a rattlesnake and can see in X-ray or infrared, there are aspects of night sky you are missing out on. These days, the wonderful assortment of telescope and spacecraft data at our disposal allow us to “see” our universe in the different wavelengths which otherwise are invisible to our limited human vision. Now, there is a quick and easy way to take advantage of this data to explore various spectra, and it’s portable, too. A group of astronomers have revealed a new online tool: Chromoscope. The site shows the sky in a range of wavelengths, from high-energy gamma rays through to the longest radio waves, and allows users to move easily around the night sky and switch seamlessly between different wavelengths.

You can download Chromoscope to a computer and run it on your laptop, or use it during a presentation where you don’t have access to the internet. Additionally, the entire platform is small enough that it can be downloaded to a memory stick and shared with others.

A standard, modern, web browser is all that you need to use Chromoscope so there is no need to install any extra software, plugins or learn a new interface. Being platform independent means that whether you use Windows, Mac or Linux, it should still be accessible.

Plus, it is extremely easy to use:

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“When you meet someone nice next time, ask him for mushy things like stars from the sky.”


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Listening to Midnight by Iman Omari

Oh yea? – Preview it on Path.