LINDEN GLEDHILL’S AWARD-WINNING WORK MERGES ART AND SCIENCE

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LINDEN GLEDHILL’S AWARD-WINNING WORK MERGES ART AND SCIENCE

Always looking for new and creative ways to create art based on natural aesthetics, Linden Gledhill is a biochemist, photographer, inventor, and visual artist who operates on the heady border between art and science. Known for capturing seemingly impossible images using microscopic high-speed photography—often using devices that he invented—British-born Gledhill finds inspiration in nature and seeks to celebrate in his art the intricate beauty of nature.

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Mike Pecci cleverly uses ferrofluid in his new thriller “12 Kilometers”

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Mike Pecci cleverly uses ferrofluid in his new thriller “12 Kilometers”

In the vast expanse of Northern Russia, a team of Soviet scientists drill deep into the earth’s core. A secret cold war experiment is taking place – and the Russians have hit record depths below the earth’s surface. At 12 kilometers deep, they reach the deepest point that man has ever been. What they uncover defies all expectations, initiating a disturbing chain of events where their delicate mortality becomes a fixture for survival. A sentient black liquid has been liberated from the darkness below – evil manifest. 

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Focus Fusion

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Focus Fusion

We clearly have serious problems with the current structure built around fossil fuels. They're not going to last forever and are doing serious damage to the planet. This is one part of the alternative energy debate that most people agree upon and is the driving force behind the debate. There's a lot of talk about solar energy and rightfully so. Earth has relied on it's energy to fuel life itself, such as the plants and dinosaurs I mentioned above. Since the Sun get's it's energy from fusion, solar energy is only possible because of.....FUSION! 

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