Amy Huang
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Awesome stuff.. science ,art, music!

Must... share... these...

$8,550 Period Table Coffee Table:

"By embedding all element samples in clear acrylic, they are beautifully presented and also protected from tarnishing. This format also helps to addresses health and safety issues, as all potentially toxic or corrosive substances are permanently encased in a thick layer of robust resin. Argon gas and mineral oil is further used to ampoule reactive samples and preserve their freshly cut appearance."

So cool. I'm a dork. But come on.. with samples! This can't be 100% safe though..no way!

Next up, The Vader Project:

This is way too cool!!! Love the art. Here's a few of them including a Tokidoki one of course!

Check out more here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bonniegrrl/sets/72157600261634210/

Would love to see an exhibition!!!

Last but not least, I have recently discovered VSQ.  VSQ = Vitamin String Quartet.  It's a series of tributes produced by Vitamin Records that pay "homage" to a ton of popular bands and artists with string quartet takes on popular songs.  Some of these are SOOO amazingly good... some are just good.. none are bad so far from what I've listened to on youtube.  And boy do they pay tribute to EVERYONE!  Here are a few great ones that I've listened to so far... some of their mix tribute albums are completely sold out online, but I did buy some of their other ones, like the Linkin Park tributes, coldplay, evanescence, etc.

Look look.. listen listen...





They have tribute albums/songs for all kinds of artists, even rap, classic rock, hard metal, BEATLES, hip hop, u name it.  I can get stuck listening to this stuff on youtube for a lonnnng time.  Good stuff eh?

OK that's it for now. Just really wanted to share a few things >_^

almost 12 years ago 0 likes  6 comments  0 shares
Stephen 93 stephen
Does this mean we can finally get some Californium, Berkelium, and Seaborgium? What I always wanted!
almost 12 years ago
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even the radioactive ones?!? how do you know the gases are really in there?
almost 12 years ago
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wow. that is really cool. btw, do you live in SF? in the city?
almost 12 years ago
Djbam f8 djbam
almost 12 years ago
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I like the Vader helmets. and the periodic "table'
almost 12 years ago
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does the table include the man-made elements? I didn't think plastic is a way to contain radioactivity....
almost 12 years ago


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