25 7 / 2014

"Commander Vimes didn’t like the phrase ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’, believing the innocent had everything to fear, mostly from the guilty but in the longer term even more from those who say things like ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’."

Terry Pratchett, Snuff
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21 7 / 2014

homeandinteriors:

LIGHTS by Michal Dzierza | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

homeandinteriors:

LIGHTS by Michal Dzierza | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

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21 7 / 2014

kmagazinelovers:

Miss A Suzy - Marie Claire Magazine August Issue ‘14

kmagazinelovers:

Miss A Suzy - Marie Claire Magazine August Issue ‘14

21 7 / 2014

kmagazinelovers:

Miss A Suzy - Marie Claire Magazine August Issue ‘14

kmagazinelovers:

Miss A Suzy - Marie Claire Magazine August Issue ‘14

21 7 / 2014

chiuyixing:

140719 The Lost Planet in Shanghai  cr.Entrance   do not edit.

chiuyixing:

140719 The Lost Planet in Shanghai  cr.Entrance   do not edit.

21 7 / 2014

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21 7 / 2014

thewhoreticulturist:

1st Look Magazine
Henney, on Location
Daniel Henney
Vol.71

thewhoreticulturist:

1st Look Magazine

Henney, on Location

Daniel Henney

Vol.71

21 7 / 2014

thewhoreticulturist:

1st Look Magazine
Henney, on Location
Daniel Henney
Vol.71

thewhoreticulturist:

1st Look Magazine

Henney, on Location

Daniel Henney

Vol.71

21 7 / 2014


140720 Leaving Inkigayo© 헬로,달링 | do not edit/crop/remove the watermark

140720 Leaving Inkigayo
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| do not edit/crop/remove the watermark

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21 7 / 2014

sci-universe:

This is quite what staring into a black hole would feel like as the material above is so dark the human eye struggles to discern what it is that it is seeing. However, that bizarre experience is just a bonus about the recently created ‘new black’ of the science world – the material called Vantablack, or super black, is a major breakthrough in the application of nanotechnology to optical instrumentation.
Vantablack was created by the UK company Surrey NanoSystems using carbon nanotubes, which are 10,000 thinner than human hair and so miniscule that light cannot get in but can pass into the gaps in between.The material is revolutionary in its ability to be applied to light-weight, temperature-sensitive structures such as aluminium whilst absorbing 99.96% of incident radiation, believed to be the highest-ever recorded.
"For example, it reduces stray-light, improving the ability of sensitive telescopes to see the faintest stars, and allows the use of smaller, lighter sources in space-borne black body calibration systems. Its ultra-low reflectance improves the sensitivity of terrestrial, space and air-borne instrumentation”, said Ben Jensen, Chief Technology Officer of Surrey NanoSystems. (company’s news article here»)

sci-universe:

This is quite what staring into a black hole would feel like as the material above is so dark the human eye struggles to discern what it is that it is seeing. However, that bizarre experience is just a bonus about the recently created ‘new black’ of the science world – the material called Vantablack, or super black, is a major breakthrough in the application of nanotechnology to optical instrumentation.

Vantablack was created by the UK company Surrey NanoSystems using carbon nanotubes, which are 10,000 thinner than human hair and so miniscule that light cannot get in but can pass into the gaps in between.
The material is revolutionary in its ability to be applied to light-weight, temperature-sensitive structures such as aluminium whilst absorbing 99.96% of incident radiation, believed to be the highest-ever recorded.

"For example, it reduces stray-light, improving the ability of sensitive telescopes to see the faintest stars, and allows the use of smaller, lighter sources in space-borne black body calibration systems. Its ultra-low reflectance improves the sensitivity of terrestrial, space and air-borne instrumentation”, said Ben Jensen, Chief Technology Officer of Surrey NanoSystems. (company’s news article here»)