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Stone Tools in the Digital Age


Introduction:
We play with biological science images all the time, trying to "see" new things. I like the idea using images that are from other aspects of the sciences to make "pretty pictures" as well. Phyllis



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Author: Kristin Henry

Author's comments:

This one is for all the real Indiana Jones' out there. The graphics here were prepared by Nicholas Chapin, PhD, and are stone tools from the American Southwest Archaic. I'm terrible with dates, but I think he said that's from about 7,000 to 3,000 years ago. This is a variation on the kaleidoscopic cell piece.





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Comments

Love the imagery on this one!