Saturday, August 22, 2009

Flip It // ʇı dı1ɟ

ʇxǝʇ pǝddı1ɟ oʇ pǝʇɐɔıpǝp sı ʇsod sıɥʇ


I have no idea how this works?
I think that it uses special characters, not a special font.
Flip it

"Basically, it uses letters that are 180° rotations of other letters to spell a sentence upside-down -- some letters are in the Latin alphabet (e.g. "u" and "n" are rotations, as are "p" and "d") while others are used by linguists to represent certain sounds, and were therefore included in Unicode."

Earth and Moon


The relative distance in a photograph

Here is the website.

Here are some more great Moon Facts