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Cool Pic Archive #8


These images have been chosen for their uniqueness. Subject matter ranges from historic events, to really cool phenomena in science and engineering, to relevant place, to ingenious contraptions, to interesting products (which now has its own dedicated Featured Product category).

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Battery Energy Storage System (BESS)The Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) provides 27 megawatts of power for 15 minutes - long enough for the Anchorage, AK co-op to start up local generation.


Nano Guitar - "...Yeah, but can you tune it?"Nano Guitar - "...Yeah, but can you tune it?"


NASA engineers used a kind of "artificial evolution" software to find this antenna design. The result may look odd, but it works very well.NASA engineers used a kind of "artificial evolution" software to find this antenna design. The result may look odd, but it works very well.


I think DOW's "Human Element" theme is extremely clever.I think DOW's "Human Element" theme is extremely clever.
The PillCam™ ESO travels through the esophagus by normal peristaltic waves, flashing 14 times per second, each time capturing images of the inner lining of the esophagus, and transmitting them wirelessly to a receiver.The PillCam™ ESO travels through the esophagus by normal peristaltic waves, flashing 14 times per second, each time capturing images of the inner lining of the esophagus, and transmitting them wirelessly to a receiver.Metamaterial that has a negative index of refractionMetamaterial that has a negative index of refraction.


Full-Scale High-Speed Schlieren Imaging of Explosions and Gunshots (aka, photographing shock waves)Full-Scale High-Speed Schlieren Imaging of Explosions and Gunshots (aka, photographing shock waves)


June 6, 2006, the temporary dam walls used during construction of the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River were blown up to release the water. Watch the cool video. June 6, 2006, the temporary dam walls used during construction of the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River were blown up to release the water. Watch the cool video.

Flight Explorer - United States. See the real-time (5 minute delayed) traffic in the entire United States.Flight Explorer
Real-time traffic in the entire U.S.
Extreme ESD - the photographer was only 20 meters away!Extreme ESD - the photographer was only 20 meters away!


Simulated Pickett N909-ES Slide Rule - online & interactive - excellent!Simulated Pickett N909-ES Slide Rule - online & interactive - excellent! 


The entry for evolution on Wikipedia, the Internet encyclopedia that anyone can edit, was altered 2,081 times by 68 editors between December 2001 and last October. IBM's Watson Research Center produced this image, which tracks the transformation. Each vertical line is a new version; each color is a different editor.The entry for evolution on Wikipedia, the Internet encyclopedia that anyone can edit, was altered 2,081 times by 68 editors between December 2001 and last October. IBM's Watson Research Center produced this image, which tracks the transformation. Each vertical line is a new version; each color is a different editor.


Here is North Korea at night. It is virtually dark compared to its nearest neighbors of South Korea and Japan. Now, if those light water nuclear reactors we gave them were being used to generate electricity instead of creating weapons-grade fuel, maybe the poor people of North Korea would have lights (and heat, and radios, and televisions, and ovens, and DVD players, and computers, and...Here is North Korea at night. It is virtually dark compared to its nearest neighbors of South Korea and Japan. Now, if those light water nuclear reactors we gave them were being used to generate electricity instead of creating weapons-grade fuel, maybe the poor people of North Korea would have lights (and heat, and radios, and televisions, and ovens, and DVD players, and computers, and..
"The output impedance of the final gain stages is one hundredth that of the final gain stage in most power amplifiers. This provides extremely wide bandwidth and very high current capability. The Evolution One does not employ global negative feedback--the final gain stages use only 8 dB of local, nested negative feedback. This is one-five hundredth of the amount used in most solid-state power amplifiers. The result is an extraordinarily open, liquid, effortless sound."Need a new stereo? Krell Evolution One Price: A mere $50,000.


Adrian White, Analytic Social Psychologist, at the University of Leicester has produced the world's first "World Happiness Map"Adrian White, Analytic Social Psychologist, at the University of Leicester has produced the world's first "World Happiness Map"


Grace Hopper's computer "bug" taped in the log bookGrace Hopper's computer "bug" taped in the log book.

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