Apophysis Hadron Collider  

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Apophysis Hadron Collider
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Inside the accelerator, two high-energy particle beams travel at close to the speed of light before they are made to collide.

The particles are so tiny that the task of making them collide is akin to firing two needles 10 kilometres apart with such precision that they meet halfway.

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Was thinking about the current contest topic selection discussion.. this could work for "What is it?"..

"In the comments your fellow Caedesians leave, they try to figure out what it is."

... stimulating your viewer's minds?


..//.\\. This fractal was created in Apophysis 7x.15c. Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions. .//.\\..


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07/27/17 11:00 AM GMT
I am sure the Conseil Europ'en pour la Recherche Nucl'aire would have had a big bang of excitement after viewing your wonderful picture.

And, after correctly describing it thoroughly, they probably would do a security check to asCERNtain how you were able to create this highly classified picture.

Les, make sure those knocking on your door know the correct password. If they don't, run for the nearest window!
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07/27/17 11:49 AM GMT
Explosive came to my mind good one Les, and I can't even try to compete with John's comment. :) tigs=^..^=
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07/27/17 12:51 AM GMT
Except you already told it what it is, Les!!! (three slaps to my forehead)

However, on the plus side, as a fractalist you did manage to figure out a way for others of your tribe to enter such a contest, should the popular (and not the electoral) vote decide upon it.

Now from the artist's point of view (gee whiz, you missed out on another contest with it), my first impression was of large crystals of ice, in different colors or in different spectrums of light, colliding... so I was half-right. Right?

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07/27/17 6:51 PM GMT
Purely wonderful and unique Les. I see you left no stone (particle) upturned to create this. Great depth here. Bravo on this colorful and imaginative render!!
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07/28/17 5:31 AM GMT
Makes "Pew! Pew! Pew!" sound to simulate colliding particles ...

I love your choice of bold, rich, pure colors in this artwork, Les. Very opulent and eye-catching!

But even more, I loooooooove that YOU are posting some of your art!!!

Since we're playing the "What is it?" game, I think it looks like tinsel streamers ... you know, like they used to put on bicycle/tricycle handlebars. :)

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07/28/17 9:02 AM GMT
Wonder how you were able to capture this extraterrestrial explosion, Les, because hiring the Hubble telescope by private individuals can't be paid, ☺ .

Splendid fractal however. Perfectly done!
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07/29/17 2:52 AM GMT
Your interpretation of the Hadron Collider is simply amazing Les - love the bursts of colors - an excellent representation indeed - Excellent Work!!!!!!!
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07/30/17 5:41 PM GMT
Very nice.
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07/31/17 7:34 PM GMT
Now this really makes a Spectacular artist creation for the new maybe contest - fabulous my friend and I could never guess what it is, lol
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08/01/17 2:43 PM GMT
Square colored water drops, that's what I see in it. 💦💦

Me likes the color and bleu....warmth and cold.

Still thinking witch one I like more...this one or the B/W version.

Let you know......some day😉
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Carpe Diem!
08/01/17 9:59 PM GMT
what is this - who knows?
red and blue blows hot and cold
thunder rolls tonight
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08/01/17 11:41 PM GMT
Ooooo ... haiku high-5s Sandra!
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08/02/17 12:45 AM GMT
A great image Les ... must say it put my brain cells into overdrive made me wonder what the Hadron Collider the biggest man made machine would sound like so follow the link must say it will surprise but let's do a mind game before you click on the link what do you think it sounds like.

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08/10/17 2:56 PM GMT
Thanks, everyone.

Appreciate yous taking the time to stop by and share your thoughts.

Sincerely. :o)
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