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Published on 23 Feb 2015 | about 1 year ago

Outstanding microscopic images you've probably never seen before.
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There is a fascinating world all around us. From trees, humans, animals, houses, wildlife, and more, there is nothing around us that isn’t short of amazing. Even with the ocean, there is a world that we have yet been able to capture fully, as the depths of the ocean goes beyond what we can explore as humans at the moment. But there is yet, another world that have just started to discover. If you’ve ever been a fan of Dr. Seuss’ “Horton Hears a Who”, then you’ll be delighted to know that there is a whole other world that is so tiny that we cannot see with our naked eye. It’s a real life Whoville as there are creatures that are microscopic and hanging out in our clothes, water, body parts, and more. Before you get the heebie jeebies or want to put yourself through a cleansing shower, you should be relieved to know that most of these organisms are friendly and are here to help you.
For example, there are tiny little mites that hang out on our eyelashes. They help shed dead skin off our our eyes and keeps our eyes fresh and clean. Also, if you have ever hung out in the ocean, you might be tickled to learn that there are thousands of tiny creatures in every drop of ocean water.
But there is more to this tiny world than just the organisms, the tiny objects that we use each day can be beautiful and emulate what we see in our normal-sized life. For example, a piece of cracked steel is just as majestic and beautiful as the Grand Canyon. If you have ever had issues threading a needle, you’ll be relieved to know that it’s most likely that the thread is too much of a mess to go through the eye of the needle smoothly. Also, all of us are familiar with dust, and how inconvenient it is with having to clean it up on a near daily basis. But dust can be some of the most interesting things to look at if you put it under a microscope. From skin dander, pet dander, and even the body parts of insects, there is a whole other diverse world with a dust speck. Speaking of another world, if you ever put a marijuana leaf underneath a microscope, you’ll find a psychedelic and colorful world on the leaves, which is rather interesting given the affects that the THC-fused plant has on our brains.
Essentially, don’t judge a book by its cover. There is so much out there when it comes to our world that isn’t limited to what we can perceive. If you want to feel large, then grab yourself a microscope and get a better perception of what is all around us. It should not only be empowering, but also humbling at the same time, as we don’t know everything there is in the world. But we also have such a wondrous world that has yet to be discovered and our adventure in doing so is far from over.
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