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Powers of Ten (1977)

Powers of Ten (1977)

(9:01) Truly mind bending and unimaginable. 'Powers of Ten' is a short documentary written and directed by American designers Charles and Ray Eames. It depicts the relative scale of the universe, first expanding out from the Earth until the entire universe is surveyed, then reducing inward until a single atom and its quarks are observed.

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Samsgimp Samsgimp (1205 days ago)
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My 'improvement' to this film would be to continue zooming out (instead of going back) until the sub-atomic particles become apparent again, ad infinitum, effectively looping the ends of the film or zooming in ad-infinitum

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My 'improvement' to this film would be to continue zooming out (instead of going back) until the sub-atomic particles become apparent again, ad infinitum, effectively looping the ends of the film or zooming in ad-infinitum

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Cypeq Cypeq (1206 days ago)

what are the odds there is infinitely more both ways of the spectrum... pretty big I say.

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what are the odds there is infinitely more both ways of the spectrum... pretty big I say.

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