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Red Hill Studios: Playing with Time

With this site, you can catch time in a bottle.
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This site allows you to watch time elapse while a building is being erected, chairs are stashed away, and a dandelion spreads its seeds. In the gallery there are nine pages of Quick Time videos showing elapsed time from 20 microseconds to 240 million years. You can also watch changes in a single place over time. Each video clip tells the actual elapsed time and gives a brief description of what is happening. With this site, you can catch time in a bottle.

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