Tuesday, July 9, 2013

It's Milk

I photographed the milk science experiment.  Basically here is what's happening: the soap is a degreaser so the molecules in it are attacking the fat in the milk, causing motion which creates the swirling of the colors.  Where the colors meet, they combine & form new colors.  Science is great!  If you wish to try here is what you will need.

Things Needed:
Milk, liquid food coloring, dish detergent & q-tips

What To Do:
Pour some milk into a bowl then add drops of the food color to the milk.  Dip the q-tip into the detergent then into the milk or just drop small drops of the detergent into the milk directly.

Leukemic Retinopathy

This fundus image of the right eye shows multiple pre-retinal (surface of the retina) hemorrhages found in the retina due to leukemic retinopathy