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Powers Of Ten

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The idea of Kees Boeke enhanced by Eames Office in 19982

The idea of Kees Boeke enhanced by Eames Office in 19982

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  • 2. I added some pictures (4) with the original ‘Powers of ten’ by Eams, because it is already 25 years old. There were I added pictures, I will write something to explain. If you wish you can delete it. The picture on this page I added, for the results of the scientific research (Science, 29-10-2004) proved that our universe would be quite flat. For more information about each page, look at http://powersoften.com (Jos Werkhoven)
  • 3. I think you will know this beautiful photo of the Hubble Space telescope. We look at the galaxies how they were 10 billion years ago. Search for more on: Deepfield Hubble Space Telescope (Jos Werkhoven)
  • 4. 10 25 meter
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  • 46.
    • The illustrations of Boeke and Eames are ending in the diffuse world you just saw.
    • But around these worlds there is much research:
    • Nanotechnology >>>>
    • Quarks
    • Strings
    • For a (possible) sight on strings we make a step from 10 -16 to 10 -33
    • (Jos Werkhoven)
  • 47. 10 -33 meter

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