from the comments on the facebook post, some people couldn’t see the apparent motion in this figure and some people could start and stop the apparent motion. once i read that, i learned that i could stop the motion, too, but then it got harder to start it back up… what’s YOUR experience? anyone know why i checked “math” as one of the categories?
this speeded-up mri of a pineapple was imaged at boston university medical school and a few of the images were published on mashable.com. i particularly like the tomato.gif. mashable has a link to another website that had more images~very rich! but i had too many tabs/windows open and i crashed the browser … maybe another time
i first saw this .gif on google+ where someone commented that this is exactly what .gifs were invented for… i’m glad the comment was not regarding the utility of mris!
New episode of the IFLS show available now: http://bit.ly/RJpulD
Cerebro-spinal nervous system: we do look a little creepy under our skin
Cerebro-spinal nervous system is the portion of the nervous system in vertebrates comprising the brain, cranial nerves, spinal cord, and the spinal nerves concerned with transmission of impulses from sense organs to the voluntary muscles.
Credits: Rufus Benjamin Weaver
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