String Theory by Stephen Hawking

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    The title is probably illegal, but I took a chance that Mr Hawking will never find out that I substituted his string theory discovery with dew drops on a spider web.
    BTW - the web has not been removed. It was so tiny that it didn't show in the image. Don't know how the tiny web had the strenght to hold that much water.

    Superstring Theory is the idea that every energy force and every particle in the universe is created by miniscule strands of energy vibrating in 11 dimensions.

    Visit this site to learn more and watch a video on Superstring Theory:
    thomascollado.com/Science/string-theory-explained-by-bria...

    Also, see this image with Dr Stephen Hawking on this site:
    images.google.com/search?q=string+theory+stephen+hawking&...

    Pets4Dawn, mikebaird, lamoustique, and 31 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. novaleng 98 months ago | reply

      Macro Lovers!
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    2. Cat Whiskers - Nan 98 months ago | reply

      Wow, how cool is that! The reflections in the drops are terrific! Yes, webs must have a lot of strength!

    3. Steve Corey 98 months ago | reply

      Jerry Kirkhart Mike Baird
      Let's put one together. Thanks for the favs guys.

    4. marlin harms 98 months ago | reply

      Looks like a whole other universe, or at least a solar system.

    5. juan_e 98 months ago | reply

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    6. De allí para acá 98 months ago | reply

      espectacular imagen!

    7. Alan Vernon. 98 months ago | reply

      Well this string image certainly put me in to one of it's "Excitation modes".
      Love the Reflections from the spheres.

    8. tahitihut 98 months ago | reply

      what a great capture!

    9. marioanders 98 months ago | reply

      Macro Lovers!
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    10. daffy store [deleted] 98 months ago | reply

      A great eye Steve. I have to watch what you are shooting more. Inspirational.

    11. howardignatius 98 months ago | reply

      I'm trying to make out the background. Looks like some hallucinogenic weed!

    12. Peter Boonisar 98 months ago | reply

      Just beautiful and great reflections in the water droplets. Have you ever touched a Black Widow's web, very tough.

    13. puliarf 98 months ago | reply

      Hmmmmmmmmm, looks like it's headed for a parallel universe to me.

    14. suziqb 98 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous!!!!

    15. Thru Catz Eyes 98 months ago | reply

      This is incredible! And thank you for the explanation. I always want to know. Definite WOW factor!

    16. MaryPhotoSLO 98 months ago | reply

      You know I'm jealous and having a "MAC" attack on this one. The reflections in each droplet are amazing and it's such a special capture. Love the "string theory/Hawking" reference. Surgeons use spider web for sutures in some cases, it's that strong.

    17. Grähbl Photography 88 months ago | reply

      :-)) cool - fantastic image !!



      This excellent shot was seen and appreciated in Pattern and Texture.

    18. astro twilight 83 months ago | reply

      Amazing Steve! Very similar. I think I like your color saturation and sharpness over mine. I have really enjoyed your photo stream with its interesting diversity and fun humor. You are talent! I will be back!

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