Powers of Ten: a short review of a short film

This short 1977 film by Charles and Ray Eames has become a classic, as has the 1957 Dutch book by Kees Boeke on which it was based. They have spawned numerous variations and adaptations, including a nice flip-book derived from the Eames film:

Short, sweet, and insightful, these little gems teach both important scientific facts and an appreciation of orders of magnitude.

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Powers of Ten: 5 stars

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