The more you study about the universe, nature, and the human body, you will realise that the world is nothing but filled with marvellous beauty. There is art everywhere, in everything, even inside us!
Here’s an example. A researcher at the Standford University School of Medicine took to Twitter to post a fantastic picture of the detailed model of a human cell. The work is by scientific and biomedical animator Evan Ingersoll & Harvard Medical School faculty Gael McGill and they call it the “Cellular Landscape Cross-Section Through A Eukaryotic Cell”. Beautiful isn’t it?
Have a look at the tweet here:
This is the most detailed model of a human cell to date, obtained using x-ray, NMR and cryoelectron microscopy datasets.
— Mahjabin Noroozi (@Mahjabinno) November 7, 2020
However, several people online joked that the picture looked like an aerial shot of India during Diwali! Some even claimed it looked like an amusement park or a city. Others wanted to hang the picture on their walls.
I thought this is India on Diwali night captured from space by NASA. https://t.co/nCvl9N2o5P
— Sayantan Ghosh (@sayantansunnyg) November 12, 2020
when biology becomes art https://t.co/9xnjw1Mm20
— Stefano Berto, PhD (@StefanoBerto83) November 12, 2020
WoW! It is like a city where great architects designed all the infrastructure, buildings, museums, music venues, parks, and housing to coalesce perfectly, with everything arriving just in time at every location.
— Jason Vance (@achilles1974) November 12, 2020
I thought it this was a sky view of an amusement park https://t.co/jwZqUVhxLq
— J-Heinz (@heyitsjheinz) November 12, 2020
We sure are "fearfully and wonderfully made". https://t.co/qEvDJ6cCw6
— Margaret (@margmopp) November 12, 2020
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what cities skylines mod is this https://t.co/b9YgoI6ewb
— 🌈chipzel 🏳️🌈⚡️ (@chipzel) November 12, 2020
This is just stunning! Would make a phenomenal piece of art for my wall. Again, loving the mito 🎨👌 https://t.co/KUeJCSofW4
— Laura Brady (@NiBhradaigh) November 12, 2020
Looks a bit like a festival site from above 🤩 https://t.co/BVIi652Wj6
— GOOSENSEI (@GOOSENSEI) November 12, 2020
If you want to look at more such pictures of the human cell, click here.
The human body is full of surprises! Don’t you think?