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The Coolest Science of 2013, in GIFs [Science]
posted January 9 2014 11:14.55 by spic0m




Smithsonian mag amassed a collection of GIFs with the best science stories of 2013.

"If a picture's worth a thousand words, a GIF is easily worth a million. The file format-which uses a series of images to produce a looping video, like a flip book-is a tremendous way to convey all sorts of moving wonders, and 2013 was the year that the GIF truly went mainstream, with GIFs of celebrities, sports and politicians filling the Web.

But 2013 was also a banner year for science-so much so that the word 'science' was Merriam-Webster's word of the year. It's appropriate, then, that we use the GIF to explore some of the coolest, weirdest, most remarkable science stories of 2013. What follows is a non-exhaustive list of amazing science GIFs from 2013, in no particular order."






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