Aye, I’m back! I decided to do some calligraphy today so let’s see how this went! I started with some basic guidelines and layout then I went and did the words and background with some watercolor and a brush pen. I had to avoid the letters because I did the background AFTER I did the words and I was scared that I was gonna smear it. The ink was pretty good, it didn’t smear when I touched water with it towards the end of the second vid. (Yes this is a repost, I forgot the watermark on the other one) Sorry for my broken calligraphy skills and the horrible pic and vid quality #art#calligraphy#artistsoninstagram#alberteinstein#watercolor#brushpen#repost#inspirationalquote#beginner
God lørdag morgen «Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.» #alberteinstein
Du, jeg og alle sammen er #branok som vi er.
Alle kan ikke alt, fokuser på det som vi er gode på og ikke døm de som ikke klarer alt du klarer.
Si gode ting. Har du ikke noe godt å si, så bør du la være å si noe.
Noen mennesker er så flinke til å rakke ned på andre, hvorfor kan man heller ikke løfte opp hverandre i stedet?
„Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
Core strength comes from your soul. That’s right. Your soul can be shaped, toned and strengthened, just like your gluteus maximus, with a few simple daily soul squats. I call it soul training. #escapefromthecity
„Wpatrz się głęboko, głęboko w przyrodę, a wtedy wszystko lepiej zrozumiesz.”
Albert Einstein #treningduszy #ucieczkazamiasto
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. #alberteinstein
Presentation on theme: "Our Universe: Creation, Galaxies, Stars and Celestial Objects Through the Wormhole - Big Bang."— Presentation transcript:
1 Our Universe: Creation, Galaxies, Stars and Celestial Objects Through the Wormhole - Big Bang
2 Big Bang Theory Our universe began with one huge exploding atom that relapsed all the energy and matter that exists in the universe today. The Big Bang occurred 13.8 Billion years ago. Hydrogen and Helium, the make- up of stars, were the first two elements formed in less than a quarter of a second! The explosion was so enormous, that all objects in the universe are still moving outward today from the initial blast from billions of years ago! The radiation from this tremendous explosion is also still traveling across our universe in the form of microwaves (a specific type of energy that travels in forms of waves) . . . . . .