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Electronman

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Hi guys,

I can recall there was an animation in the net about tiny earth compared to the galaxy by zooming out from a house to the galaxy if you know what I mean.

I would like to see that animation again but I have forget the link Address.

Can somebody help plz if he knows or have seen it??
 

Pommie

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I know the one you mean now. Part of it was used in a nano technology lecture to convey just how small nano scale was. If you find it be sure to come back with a link.

Mike.
 

HiTech

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Yes, Powers of Ten is the video that demonstrates both extremes on the numberline, left and right of zero. It's often the standard video that's often shown in Physics classes.
 

QuietMan

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My XP doesn't have .swf apparently.
 

Sceadwian

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Don't we have Carl Sagan to thank for this?
Watch the movie Contact.
The intro is... perfect. Most of the rest of the movie is as damn well near perfect as I can imagine it as well. It's a great story, good science and should make even the most hardass person think for a moment =) Very different from the book, but they're both in the same spirit.
 
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tcmtech

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Which one has the sizes of stars in relation to each other?

One of them has back ground music that absolutely rocks! :D
 
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