Risto Suoknuuti

Risto Suoknuuti

Risto Suoknuuti
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Too beautiful to describe

Too beautiful to describe

Just Outside Heaven

Just Outside Heaven

Experts have shared their concerns that the Large Hadron Collider could destroy the Earth, but there are now discoveries of a fifth fundamental force. More collisions will be carried out in April to gather more data.

Experts have shared their concerns that the Large Hadron Collider could destroy the Earth, but there are now discoveries of a fifth fundamental force. More collisions will be carried out in April to gather more data.

Infographic: The standard model of particle physics

Infographic: The standard model of particle physics

3 1 2" Glass Marble Mark Matthews Large Blueberry Onionskin Marble Special | eBay

3 1 2" Glass Marble Mark Matthews Large Blueberry Onionskin Marble Special | eBay

Marbles

Marbles

Beautiful shell on the beach

Beautiful shell on the beach

Time is actually relative, and flexible and, according to Albert Einstein himself, 'the dividing line between past, present, and future is an illusion'. Below in the video Prof. Brian Greene explains this concepts beautifully…. So watch and learn.

Time is actually relative, and flexible and, according to Albert Einstein himself, 'the dividing line between past, present, and future is an illusion'. Below in the video Prof. Brian Greene explains this concepts beautifully…. So watch and learn.

Night Walk

Night Walk

While exploring the lunar surface, China’s Chang’e 3 lander discovered a new type of moon rock, and managed to snap THOUSANDS of high-resolution images of the moon.   For the first time ever, you can take a peek at the lunar surface like never before thanks to the sophisticated cameras located onboard the Chang’e 3, one of China’s most advanced lunar landers.

While exploring the lunar surface, China’s Chang’e 3 lander discovered a new type of moon rock, and managed to snap THOUSANDS of high-resolution images of the moon. For the first time ever, you can take a peek at the lunar surface like never before thanks to the sophisticated cameras located onboard the Chang’e 3, one of China’s most advanced lunar landers.