Three thoughts come to mind when looking at this:
1) How amazing is it that we can detect neutrinos?
2) It makes sense why we have no experiments that can test string theory, since strings are orders of magnitude smaller than neutrinos.
3) Being able to visualize such huge objects in the finite space of a flash animation is what makes mathematics amazing. I’ve thought about doing a similar animation to this one, but with the Mandelbrot fractal in the background and zooming in past the Planck length; it doesn’t exist physically, but the fractal keeps going.
The 'Tail of the Lion' has a Uranian nature and it is supposed that, in mundane horoscopes, major catastrophes are triggered off by it. Depending on the position and aspect to other stellar bodies in a personal cosmogram, either preferment or fall are credited to this star. Found on the Ascendant and especially in company with Mercury, a quarrelsome nature, with a liking for legal action is attributed to Denebola. It could also mean that this star is the cause of very exciting events. Badly placed in a map, with Mercury or Uranus, mental diseases - and those mostly incurable ones - are indicated. Fine aspects however, will further work connected with matters of reform and progress. [ Fixed Stars and Their Interpretation , Elsbeth Ebertin, 1928, .]