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IXS Enterprise (IXS-110)
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NASA engineer and physicist Harold White is working on using the theory of relativity to travel at warp speed. The ship will be called IXS Enterprise, while he's still working on the math to prove it can be done, the concept art has already been completed by designer Mark Rademaker. In an interview with The Washington Post Rademaker explained the purpose behind the designs:

"We wanted to have a decent image of a theory conforming Warp ship to motivate young people to pursue a STEM career," Rademaker said in an e-mail interview. "It does have some Sci-Fi features that might never transfer to a possible final design, unless we really want to."

Via: WISH-TV
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Here it is folks! Delivered to school and ready to be graded for Jacob's art project!! 4,466 army men painted red,...

Posted by Stacey Bishop-Feazel on Thursday, February 18, 2016

art gps Artist Draws Pictures With GPS by Bicycling on City Streets
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Stephen Lund took his doodles in a new direction by drawing them with GPS on a city map. 



He rides his bicycle through the streets to make a picture on a fitness tracking map. 



He even did a TED Talk about his giraffe: 

Adult coloring books have gained popularity as a way to relax and what's more relaxing than listening to Drake? That's why Sugoi Books made their "tribute to Drizzy himself" by bringing Under Star Projectors: The Unofficial Drake Coloring Book to the public. Now, in times of stress, this book will be there with all your Champagne Papi needs.

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Via: Howard Lee
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For those of us who'll never get to this level of artistry, let's just watch and appreciate Howard Lee's craftiness.





With just the right perspective, even the real world can become an optical illusion. These photos, shared on Facebook by ArtPeople, are just too good to be true.

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