it is the best day ever because the queen is 100 years old exactly today and everyone loves the queen even beggars and blind people. she is always standing in the shop near her house and waiting near the chewing gum bit until someone goes to pay for their things and then when she hears some of the coins rattle she always shakes her body a bit and then goes over to them really slowly and she leans her pale old face and her pale old hair over their shoulder and points at the coins and then she points at her own face and then she points at the coins and then she points at her own face again and then she says that is me on there look and everyone is always really shocked and then she always makes them give her a coin for a good luck wish. i like it when she goes on holiday with her son as well and she always pretends to be dead in the hotel swimming pool so people will come over to her so she can tell them that she is the queen and i hope that she has the best birthday ever because she has a nice smile that is like a damaged boat and i love her golden hat because it is so shiny when she is shaking her head and her face and her hair when she is pretending that she is dying in the swimming pool when she is on holiday with her son in portugal. Chris (Simpsons artist) xox
World’s smallest movie created by moving individual atoms
AP: IBM says it has made the tiniest stop-motion movie ever - a one-minute video of individual carbon monoxide molecules repeatedly rearranged to show a boy dancing, throwing a ball and bouncing on a trampoline.
Each frame measures 45 by 25 nanometres there are 25 million nanometres in an inch but hugely magnified, the movie is reminiscent of early video games, particularly when the boy bounces the ball off the side of the frame accompanied by simple music and sound effects.
Video: A Boy And His Atom (IBM via YouTube)
By: Aaron Von Fretet
Abandoned stable turned family dwelling in Cáceres, Spain designed by architecture firm ÁBATON.
The building’s southern orientation and lucky position below two potable streams allow the residents to live entirely off the grid year round. More photos.