During the renaissance many ideas of a utopia, both as a society and as a city, surfaced. Utopia was considered to be a place where there was perfection in the whole of its society. This idea was started by Sir Thomas More, when he wrote the book Utopia. The book described the physical features of a city as well as the life of the people who lived in it. His book sparked a flame in literary circles. The city where they lived was always geometric in shape, and was surrounded by a wall.
Eight petaled flower or rayed-star shaped Earth work 17.69 km aerial distance from Kangla GPS coordinates of 24° 58' N and 93° 53' E is located in western bank of the Sekmai River covers a total area of 65,144.53 square meters and is it circled by earthwork that runs about 1.86 km
No, indeed; they wear the wings for style, but they travel any distance in an instant by WISHING. The wishing-carpet of the Arabian Nights was a sensible idea - but our earthly idea of angels flying these awful distances with their clumsy wings was foolish.
A minor planet 3586 Vasnetsov, discovered by Soviet astronomer Lyudmila Zhuravlyova in 1978 is named after Viktor Vasnetsov and Apollinary Vasnetsov.
The site is situated 12 km aerial distance from Kangla with the GPS coordinates of 24° 48' N and 93° 49' E. It covers a total area of around 224,161.45 square meters. This square mandala has four similar protruding rectangular ‘gates’ in the cardinal directions guarded each by similar but smaller rectangular ‘gates’ on the left and right. Within the square there is an eight petalled flower or rayed-star, recently called as Maklang ‘Star fort’ by the locals, in the centre covering a total area of around 50,836.66 square meters.
A partial description of the quantum state of an electron orbiting the nucleus of an atom. Different orbitals have different shapes and orientations, depending on the energy of the electron, its angular momentum, and its magnetic number. Orbitals have no clear boundaries; the shape of an orbital, as depicted graphically, shows only the regions around the nucleus in which an electron has a relatively high probability of being found.
A frequency of approximately 7.83 Hz. The phenomenon is named after physicist Winfried Otto Schumann who predicted it mathematically in 1952, but it was first observed by Nikola Tesla and formed the basis for his scheme for broadcast power and wireless communications
An early animation device that used a spinning disk of sequential images and the phi phenomenon to create an illusion of motion.
These are often fabricated from spun metal or flexible aluminum ducting. The toroidal shape helps to control the high electrical field near the top of the secondary by directing sparks outward and away from the primary and secondary windings.
The formation of synapses between neurons in the nervous system. This effect occurs when stimulating environment is experienced immediately following birth, after weaning, or during maturity.
A flame that burns for an indefinite time. Most eternal flames are ignited and tended intentionally, but some are natural phenomena...
This carpet is partitioned across a number of datacenters, geographically distributed across the globe, offering high-bandwidth, low-latency network access for the players.
A planetary nebula in the northern constellation of Draco, discovered by William Herschel on February 15, 1786
A geometrical pattern made of several concentric elements the point at the center of the yantra signifies unity, the origin, the principle of manifestation and emanation.
Sometimes been called the most beautiful mathematical structure in the world. It is a 248 dimensional object, but it can also be thought of as an object that has 8 spatial dimensions, with 248 symmetries.
These ecologically important habitats and encouraging their long-term protection and improvement through the adoption of an 'ecosystem-based' conservation approach.