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   Undertoad  Tuesday Aug 31 03:08 PM

8/31/2004: Tiny opera house

Thanks to Archer for sending this along via here. What you have there is a scale replica of the Sydney Opera House, except that at 64 x 38 x 41 micrometers, it's about half the diameter of a human hair. Apparently it "was built from a hybrid material of glass and polymer by firing intense laser light into the matter in a liquid state to create what to the human eye appears as an almost imperceptible dot, but under an electron microscope it contains the detail and the beauty of the iconic Sydney harbour side structure."

Trilby  Tuesday Aug 31 03:33 PM

And here I've been wasting my time studying when I could've been doing that!

Um...why would anyone want to do that?

jdbutler  Tuesday Aug 31 03:43 PM

Originally Posted by Brianna
Um...why would anyone want to do that?
So the little people would have a place to hang out?

smoothmoniker  Tuesday Aug 31 05:17 PM

i hear the acoustics are amazing

Happy Monkey  Tuesday Aug 31 05:22 PM

The Whos have concerts too!

warch  Tuesday Aug 31 05:34 PM

Boil that dust speck! Bad monkey.

Leah  Tuesday Aug 31 06:00 PM

What about all the little tourists and ferry boats that flock to the shores daily! It's not quite the same shape but non the less very very good.

Trilby  Tuesday Aug 31 09:16 PM

Originally Posted by Happy Monkey
The Whos have concerts too!
The Who's down in Whoville? Or, like Roger Daltry and the Who?

Nothing But Net  Tuesday Aug 31 09:42 PM

Both Brianna.

It's called a double entendre.

And an excellent one it is, Happy Monkey! GJ.

Elspode  Tuesday Aug 31 11:01 PM

Originally Posted by Brianna
Um...why would anyone want to do that?
Just a small step on the road to nano-machines and structures. Smarter people than me can likely think of zillions of things that nanotechnology will be able to accomplish.

Cyber Wolf  Wednesday Sep 1 08:17 AM

I wonder if there's a collection of world landmarks. I wanna see the Eiffel Tower and Taj Mahal too!

xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Sep 1 08:30 PM

There is a collection but this is the only world landmark. The rest are more mundane. I wish I could remember where I saw them.

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