Captured Lightning Art: Lichtenberg Figures

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 6 years ago in Entertainment

Using a 5 million electron volt (MeV) particle accelerator to inject hundreds of trillions of electrons deep inside PMMA
There are 22 comments:
Female 2,415
Had a line from Monty Python`s `Meaning of Life` running through my head while watching this, from the scene when the lady is giving birth... "Wonderful things we can do these days!".
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Male 559
do not want
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Male 167
How can I buy one of these? Their website is painfully horrendous
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Male 2,862
Very expensive way of mass producing art, pretty though.
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Female 3,001
TL;DW
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Male 15,510
Lol @ ScottSerious
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Male 295
Really cool stuff! Too bad their website is so horrifying to the point that it hurts the eyes.
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Male 45
"Wreaking havoc with electrons for over 40 years!"

possibly the most awesome company tagline ever
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Male 5,314
that was electrifying
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Male 875
that`s so awesome i can`t contain myself

that was a lie. but they are pretty cool even with the crappy music and the 80% useless video
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Male 1,510
I bought some of these Lichtenberg figures a few years ago. They actually are pretty cool (I`m a nerd tho).
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Male 677
@Gottamgear
Of course it can. Have you heard of the universe?
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Male 977
couldn`t watch it because of that god awful royalty free music.
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Male 5,413
Awesome!
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Male 12
Hey that guy has my last name, must be a distant relative.
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Male 347
why the awful music?
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Female 2,927
cool
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Male 670
Physics can be beautiful.
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Male 15,186
You wouldn`t want to scan your behind on that office machine.
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Male 2,528
I must admit. That is almost completely uninteresting.
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Male 25,417
Well although its simply i want one, no 2 will ever be alike due to natural variance
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Female 8,043
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