Physicists discover what a multiverse might really be like

It's likely that you've seen video of ferrofluids doing things like growing spines when exposed to magnets, or being built up into sculptures by artists using magnetic fields. But what if they're not just artistic triumphs? What if ferrofluids can act as models and let scientists learn about the multiverse? » 2/12/13 8:40am 2/12/13 8:40am

This Material Does Not Conform to the Laws of Gravity

Click to viewSachiko Kodama is a physics geek turned artist whose intimacy with the laws of magnetism has led her to create art out of magnets and oils filled with magnetic particles. As the magnets interact with the magnetized water, she's able to create amazingly weird, oily shapes that mutate and flow seemingly… » 8/12/08 4:57pm 8/12/08 4:57pm