A Gigantic Volcano Telescope And Other Amazing Images From This Week By Colin Lecher March 29, 2014 Science SHARE Sad Robots What do futuristic robots of the ’50s do when they’re not blasting off to space? Living lives of quiet desperation (womp), according to these designs, inspired by vintage Popular Science issues. Antineutrino Map To learn more about the Earth’s heat composition, physicists measure the release of antineutrinos—which are also released by nuclear plants. To compensate, a team created this map, of antineutrinos on the surface. They’ll be building detectors as far away from the active parts as possible. Smog Protestors In China, artists have been creating vibrant protests against air pollution. New Space Suits NASA released some new concepts for next-generation spacesuits. Are they a little Space Family Robinson? Perhaps, yes. Cross-Stitched Bugs Aw. Cute lil’ viruses. Amazon Skyscraper This bonkers design for a rainforest skyscraper will almost certainly never get built, but it can’t hurt to dream: the skyscraper would absorb water when it falls, then hold it in case of a rainforest fire. Fish-Scale CDs Ignatov Architects created Mirror Culture, a fish scale-like mural in Varna, Bulgaria made from 6,000 old Jewel records various CDs. Apocalypse Three-Wheeler If you’re concerned about staying eco-friendly in a post-apocalyptic, Mad Max-ian hellscape, this bike, the Standard Bearer Machines’s Rungu, might be for you. Transparent Skull A team of Dutch doctors successfully implanted a 3-D printed skull into a woman’s head. Three months after surgery, the 22-year-old woman who had the operation is apparently doing fine. galleries images images of the week pics pictures MORE TO READ RELATED Yes, giant space debris is falling to Earth right now. No, it probably won’t hit you. The leftover debris is expected to fall to Earth over the weekend, likely somewhere in the ocean. READ NOW RELATED 14 hypnotizing photos that captured the world in and beyond the pandemic A lot more happened in 2020 than COVID-19.... RELATED Ecstasy is a tool, not a cure-all, for healing trauma There's a reason the therapy is 'MDMA-assisted.'