black holes and gray matter. in one thousand tangos.

             
photojojo:


“The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the angel veins exposed.”

(know who shot this?) via loveyourchaos

It’s by Glockoma and actually the vasculature of a porcine heart, not a human heart. The blood is replaced by a plastic substance and then put into a solution that dissolves the tissue. I couldn’t find a single post, on Tumblr or otherwise, with the right attribution. Let’s fix that.

photojojo:

“The human heart stripped of fat and muscle, with just the angel veins exposed.”

(know who shot this?) via loveyourchaos

It’s by Glockoma and actually the vasculature of a porcine heart, not a human heartThe blood is replaced by a plastic substance and then put into a solution that dissolves the tissue. I couldn’t find a single post, on Tumblr or otherwise, with the right attribution. Let’s fix that.

This photomicrograph shows presynaptic terminals in the cerebellum, which are called rosettes because of their flower-like appearance. 
From Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century by Carl Schoonover 

This photomicrograph shows presynaptic terminals in the cerebellum, which are called rosettes because of their flower-like appearance.

From Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain from Antiquity to the 21st Century by Carl Schoonover 

German anatomist Gunther von Hagens is silhouetted against a horizontal slice section of an elephant during the preview of his exhibition of polymer-preserved animals, “Koerperwelten der Tiere” (Body Worlds of Animals), at the Natural History Museum in Vienna. 

German anatomist Gunther von Hagens is silhouetted against a horizontal slice section of an elephant during the preview of his exhibition of polymer-preserved animals, “Koerperwelten der Tiere” (Body Worlds of Animals), at the Natural History Museum in Vienna. 

©2011 Kateoplis