Every once in a while, a project comes along that, in addition to bridging the gap between art and science, also manages to leave you completely awestruck. Such is the case with the haunting and surreal underwater sculpture of Jason deCaires Taylor, a Mexico-based artist and scuba diver.

Taylor's statues not only provide scuba divers a type of underwater museum, but also, more importantly, work to restore coral reef growth and local biodiversity.

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World's Oldest Computer, Now in Lego Form

Remember our very old friend the Antikythera mechanism?

Well, designer and Lego aficionado Andrew Carol has decided to reincarnate the ancient Greek computer once again.

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