14 Amazing Things Under a Microscope You Can't Unsee
Science is a fantastic thing! It lets you look at familiar objects from an entirely different angle. To do this, you need nothing more than a microscope! In this video, you’ll see 14 commonplace things in a new light. And you’ll have some time to try to guess what you see in the picture.
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Scanning electron micrograph of a needle and thread, mag. 25x (at 6 x 7 cm): By Phototake/MicroScan/EAST NEWS, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/10425136/i/0/t/0
Colorized scanning electron micrograph of a single strand of knotted hair: By Phototake/Jason Burns/Dr. Ryder/EAST NEWS, https://www.eastnews.ru/pictures/picture/id/10428601/i/125/t/127
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– Saudi Arabia, which is, literally, a sandy desert, has to import sand for construction purposes. The sand grains in the country are so tiny that they can’t be used to make proper cement.
– Pines trees are real long-livers. Their age can reach 100 to 1,000 years! The oldest pine tree grows in Inyo National Forest in California, and it’s more than 5,000 years old.
– A silk rope is actually stronger than a metal wire of the same diameter. At the same time, silk is less dense in comparison to wool or cotton.
– The most amazing fact about starfish is that after they catch their prey, their stomach leaves their body through the mouth and digests the food.
– Butterflies can’t regulate their body temperature. That’s why they can’t fly when it’s too cold outside — their flight muscles just don’t work.
– Yeast can be used to produce electricity and to make biological car fuel based on ethanol.
– Honey is a product that never spoils. If you seal it in an airtight container, it will have an eternal shelf life.
– At the beginning of the 18th century, people made glue from a particular kind of fish: sturgeon.
– Anthocyanin, a flavonoid found in this type of cabbage, is to thank for the amazing color of the vegetable.
– At first, nylon was used to produce toothbrush bristles and parachutes. It was the first synthetic fabric in the world.
– Apples are some of the most popular fruit on the planet. There are more than 7,500 kinds of apples.
– The average American home collects 40 lb of dust a year. House dust contains dead skin, hair, pollen, paper and textile fibers, particles of soil, animal fur, and so on.
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