One of the coolest inventions science ever saw was the microscope. A device that allows you to see normal items extremely up close, or see items that you otherwise couldn’t see with the naked eye. And with a lot of items in our everyday lives, what is actually inside of them may surprise you, as they certainly don’t give it away upon first inspection!
1. This is what chalk looks like
The reason why it looks like this is because chalk is made of soft limestone.
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That’s a lot of colors!
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Looks like a really badly cable managed computer.
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5. A butterfly’s tongue
Certainly an intricate thing for such a small insect.
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6. A peacock feather
A perfect transition into blue! This is amazing!
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7. The inside of a green onion
Looks like the end of some sort of mystic tunnel.
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8. A hypodermic needle with blood
Those blood cells are freaking me out.
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Amazing individual crystals.
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10. A crack in rusted steel
Looks like the Grand Canyon.
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11. Human eye!
Looks like a teaser image for a horror movie.
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12. A bee covered in pollen
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13. Butterfly wing
Looks like those miniature tile floors at the swimming pool.
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All the individual fibers sticking together. Mesmerizing.