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Actually, the user who posted this video to DailyMotion has a bunch more in his profile:Zoom into SteelZoom into BrassZoom into ConcreteZoom into HairZoom into AluminiumZoom into a Carbon Fiberlink: http://www.dailymotion.com/Weird_Weird_ScienceEnjoy =)
Are there more of these? I could watch a whole series of this.
It's worth noting that those are silicon atoms, not concrete atoms, as concrete is not an element.
Can it zoom in and see Bin Laden's tiny penis?http://painfullback.com/
Thanks for posting this interesting video, and thanks Jonas for the link to the rest of the series!
Bricks were shat
There's a well-known 9-minute 1970s-era short film by Charles and Ray Eames that does the same sort of thing with human tissue. Actually it shows outer space at one extreme and the electron cloud inside a carbon atom in a man's hand at the other. It's called "Powers of Ten" and I believe it's available on DVD. It's even more engrossing than this one.
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