Long time readers of this blog know that I am a sucker for a good visualization of the scale the universe, from the largest of objects to the tiniest (example, example, example). The essential visualization remains Ray and Charles Eames’ Powers of Ten, but it’s always fun to see a new way to look at scale. Here a new animation of what it would be like to repeatedly shrink by a factor of 1000. What’s fun here is that the video gets into the physics you’d encounter, from the increasing viscosity of the air to the battering you’d take from Brownian motion. Happy Friday, see you in the quantum realm.