Mad Quickies 2.10 – Cephalopod Bedtime and Soap Bubble Cyclones

Featured image is Konrad Gessner's 1558 imagining of a sea serpent from Olaus Magnus's Sea Serpents.

Featured image is Konrad Gessner’s 1558 imagining of a sea serpent from Olaus Magnus’s Sea Serpents.


Soap Bubble Cyclones

From the page:
Heating soap bubbles from underneath creates vortices that are the baby brothers of huge cyclones — even Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot. Read more: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22129530.100

Previous post

Puppet Evolution

Next post

Wellcome Library Images and Finding My Inner Fish



Seelix, aka Emily, is a Science Communicator, Forensic Anthropologist, Costumer and QA Analyst, sometimes, but not usually, all at once. Emily can usually be found lurking in dark corners of the internet as Seelix on Twitter, on Google+ and even occasionally at her blog This View of Life.

No Comment

Leave a reply