Foo Fighters, el batallón de ovnis nazi que jamás entró en combate

Foo Fighters, el batallón de ovnis nazi que jamás entró en combate

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Foo Fighters, el batallón de ovnis nazi que jamás entró en combate

Foo Fighters, el batallón de ovnis nazi que jamás entró en combate

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Así lucía un  Botiquín médico de la Segunda guerra Mundial

Así lucía un Botiquín médico de la Segunda guerra Mundial

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Escudo Ruso Anti-Osos

Escudo Ruso Anti-Osos

Esta nota fue dejada por William Heirens (El asesino del lipstick) "Por el amor a Dios, atrápenme antes de que siga matando, no puedo controlarme."

Esta nota fue dejada por William Heirens (El asesino del lipstick) "Por el amor a Dios, atrápenme antes de que siga matando, no puedo controlarme."


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When Lennart Nilsson's pictures of developing embryos were published in Life    magazine in 1965, they caused a sensation. Within days, the entire print run    of eight million had sold out. More than 40 years later, the photographs    have lost none of their power    Five weeks. The embryo is approximately 9mm long. A face develops, with    openings for the mouth, the nostrils and eyes    To receive an         update every time we publish a new picture gallery, follow TelegraphPics…

A Child is Born: Photographs of the foetus developing in the womb, by Lennart Nilsson

When Lennart Nilsson's pictures of developing embryos were published in Life magazine in 1965, they caused a sensation. Within days, the entire print run of eight million had sold out. More than 40 years later, the photographs have lost none of their power Five weeks. The embryo is approximately 9mm long. A face develops, with openings for the mouth, the nostrils and eyes To receive an update every time we publish a new picture gallery, follow TelegraphPics…

"This model shows what a man's body would look like if each part grew in proportion to the area of the cortex of the brain concerned with its sensory perception."

"This model shows what a man's body would look like if each part grew in proportion to the area of the cortex of the brain concerned with its sensory perception."

This is a cochlea (inner ear) that has been opened so that you can see the nerve cells inside: each of the little lines that you see within the cochlea is a nerve cell.

This is a cochlea (inner ear) that has been opened so that you can see the nerve cells inside: each of the little lines that you see within the cochlea is a nerve cell.

Embriologia - Desenvolvimento Incial do Sistema Nervoso

Embriologia - Desenvolvimento Incial do Sistema Nervoso

Cochlea displaying the Organ of Corti - the essential part of your functional hearing from which protrude small hair-like projections that are exposed nerves which respond to alterations in electrical potential in the ear

Cochlea displaying the Organ of Corti - the essential part of your functional hearing from which protrude small hair-like projections that are exposed nerves which respond to alterations in electrical potential in the ear

Color enhanced scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a network of capillaries in an alveolus (air sac) of the lung. The lungs are the site of gaseous exchange, where oxygen is taken up by the blood from inhaled air and carbon dioxide released for exhalation

Color enhanced scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a network of capillaries in an alveolus (air sac) of the lung. The lungs are the site of gaseous exchange, where oxygen is taken up by the blood from inhaled air and carbon dioxide released for exhalation

Blood Flow Through the Brain, pt. 2 (The Ride to the Top) - head and neck vasculature (MRI)

Blood Flow Through the Brain, pt. 2 (The Ride to the Top)

Sensory hair cells in ear. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of hair cells in the cochlea, the inner ear's auditory sense organ.

Sensory hair cells in ear. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of hair cells in the cochlea, the inner ear's auditory sense organ.

Human chromosomes and nucleus, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Chromosomes are a packaged form of the genetic material DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). The DNA normally exists in a non-condensed form in the cell nucleus (upper right). It condenses into chromosomes (centre and lower left) during cell replication. In humans, there are 46 chromosomes, consisting of 23 chromosome pairs. Magnification: x4350 when printed at 10 centimetres across.

Human chromosomes and nucleus, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Chromosomes are a packaged form of the genetic material DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). The DNA normally exists in a non-condensed form in the cell nucleus (upper right). It condenses into chromosomes (centre and lower left) during cell replication. In humans, there are 46 chromosomes, consisting of 23 chromosome pairs. Magnification: x4350 when printed at 10 centimetres across.

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