A high-definition 3D scan of the 3,400-year-old Bust of Nefertiti has been released by the #Egyptian Museum of Berlin, thanks to the three-year effort of artist Cosmo Wenman: https://reason.com/2019/11/13/a-german-museum-tried-to-hide-this-stunning-3d-scan-of-an-iconic-egyptian-artifact-today-you-can-see-it-for-the-first-time/
Wenman has put the scan on Thingiverse, where it's available under a CC-BY-NC-SA license from the Egyptian Museum: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3974391
@ifixcoinops bee butts i saved off here a couple months ago for emergencies like this
Cat ladders: a creative solution for felines in flats – in pictures
Strategically placed ramps and ladders for urban cats are all the rage in Bern. Brigitte Schuster’s photo book Swiss Cat Ladders documents the phenomenon
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Zefrank’s humorous animal videos is now teaching me about animals I didn’t even know existed
Infiltration of Russia going ok #emfspectrum
as many of you know, I spent a week at the London XR rebellion, well I have finally written a short article on what I saw, what I feel about it and if XR is even worth it for us in the first place.
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Science papers are always full of figures, but very rarely are they to scale, but in this astrophysics paper, which I’ve never heard of an astrophysics paper having a figure to scale, the authors included a 1:1 scale of a 5 Earth-mass back hole. So take 5 Earths worth of mass, compress it so it curbed spacetime infinitely, and this is how big that would be.
My hand for scale, don’t let your actual hand get that close to a real black hole though.
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