Science papers are always full of figures, but very rarely are they to scale, but in this astrophysics paper, which I’ve never heard of an astrophysics paper having a figure to scale, the authors included a 1:1 scale of a 5 Earth-mass back hole. So take 5 Earths worth of mass, compress it so it curbed spacetime infinitely, and this is how big that would be.

My hand for scale, don’t let your actual hand get that close to a real black hole though.

Un projecte de ciència ciutadana oberta i reutilitzable per fomentar la recollida de plàstics i obtenir littercoins (blockchain sense valor)
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RT @ICOcells@twitter.com

Avui es posa en marxa la versió en temps real del visor web de l'EBP t.co/0KMf2FbcKH. Ara ja es poden veure els moviments dels ocells mentre migren per Europa en el mateix moment en què està passant! t.co/84aihHpqnX

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I'm aware of your progress, hope to see the goodreads-like festures soon!
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Check out @inventaire , it lacks a couple of features but it's a very interesting project!

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