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  1. American WayWHAT a Glorious BlizzardRead the original story

    Dec 28, 2010 | American Reporter

    ... safety bureaucrat or book-hawking doctor is a physicist who thinks it's fun to kill Santa in a cloud of vapor and physics. If you guys hurry, you can ask Santa for a life, because you seriously need to get one. I hope none of these people get what ...

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  2. Commentary on March 15's '24'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2010 | Examiner.com

    ... down the stairs. Gunfire makes noise, right? Or did Jack nipple-cute Sir Isaac Newton again and break the laws of physics? Hunchback Hastings starts applauding the news of Kayla's escape and congratulates everyone, including Starbuck. What the hell ...

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  3. A Lost Purple Pigment, Where Quantum Physics and the Terracotta Warriors CollideRead the original story

    Wednesday | Hyperallergic

    The connection between contemporary quantum physics and China's ancient Terracotta Warriors is a lost pigment called Han purple . The vibrant hue appeared in the Zhou dynasty and faded out sometime near 220 AD; art didn't see a purple as vivid until 19th-century manufacturing.

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  4. Who Ya Gonna Call for Spray-On Solar?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PaintSquare

    ... roll." The team's research is detailed in two recent papers published in the journals Advanced Materials and Applied Physics Letters .

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  5. @Max And Oliva Newton John is the granddaughter of physicist Max Born.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | EETimes

    ... A most impressive lady, (and nice, to boot). Women are rare in physics, too. In conversation with another student in an acting class, she mentioned that she had a Masters in physics. When I commented ...

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  6. Deck the Halls with Nobel PhysicistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Neatorama

    'Tis the season to fold and cut paper snowflakes- but they don't have to look like just any old snowflakes. Thew physics magazine Symmetry has patterns for cutting out snowflakes in the images of Nobel Prize-winning physicists Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, and Erwin Schrdinger .

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  7. Composite materials can be designed in a supercomputer virtual labRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

    ... each other. The quantum mechanical model starts from first principles and is derived from the most basic laws of physics, so we know it's right. But there are quite a few assumptions involved in a molecular model, and we had to ensure those ...

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  8. Exceptional ASU faculty members honored as University ProfessorsRead the original story

    Wednesday | PressReleasePoint

    ... Microbiology; Berthold HA lldobler, University Professor of Life Sciences; Stuart Lindsay, University Professor of Physics; Alberto RA os, University Professor of Letters; and Eric Reiman, University Professor of Neuroscience. "We want to honor ...

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  9. Nova Scotia farm a hive of activity with 60,000 bees in its careRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Chronicle Herald

    ... County dirt roads that lead to the farm she runs with the help of her husband and three children. "Theoretical physics are about as far from propolis as you can get," said that theoretical physicist, professor David Pink of St. Francis Xavier ...

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  10. HSC Physics book sheds new light on errorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    The back cover displays a light bulb being lit up through mutual inductance which requires an AC power source while the coils shown being powered by a battery; textbook also has several typos and printing errors There seems to be no end to errors cropping up in state board textbooks and the problem, say many teachers, is leaving a bad impression on students. After a series of errors were found in the History and Geography textbooks of Std X students and in the Std III Geography textbook, students and teachers have now pointed out an error on the back cover of the Std XII Physics textbook this year, apart from other blunders in it.

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  11. Answers to Addiction QuestionsRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Psychology Today

    ... from a complex system, they are called "emergent" properties, and the study of this is a whole field of modern physics called "Complexity Theory". The most important part of this is that the emergent properties can neither be predicted nor ...

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  12. Ultrafast imaging of complex systems in 3-D at near atomic resolution nearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | EurekAlert!

    ... and xenon. The extended MCRE scheme makes possible the theoretical exploration of resonant high-intensity X-ray physics. Hard XFEL pluses, such as those available at SLAC's Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) where this experiment was conducted, ...

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  13. Mathematicians prove the Umbral Moonshine ConjectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Science Daily

    Monstrous moonshine, a quirky pattern of the monster group in theoretical math, has a shadow -- umbral moonshine. Mathematicians have now proved this insight, known as the Umbral Moonshine Conjecture, offering a formula with potential applications for everything from number theory to geometry to quantum physics.

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  14. AnalysisBOSON or Bogus, Billion-Dollar Bull?Read the original story

    Jul 9, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... Rev sends it back to him - they will not consider it or send it out for review. The Nobelist - a towering figure in physics, named Julian Schwinger - resigns from the American Physical

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  15. BreakthroughAT Last, Hydrino Reactors are Conclusively ValidatedRead the original story

    May 23, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... said. The production of more energy than is input in any process has long been thought to violate hallowed laws of physics that say no process can create more energy than is used to produce it. The NASA work suggests that the energy is transformed, ...

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  16. Spider's Web Weaves Way to Advanced Networks and DisplaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2011 | Science Daily

    ... journal Nature Communications . "Our idea is quite simple and far-reaching," said Research Associate Professor of Physics Andrzej Herczynski, a co-author of the report. "It starts with the premise that natural forms offer ready-made solutions for ...

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  17. Mathematicians prove Umbral Moonshine ConjectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    Monstrous moonshine, a quirky pattern of the monster group in theoretical math, has a shadow - umbral moonshine. Mathematicians have proved this insight , known as the Umbral Moonshine Conjecture, offering a formula with potential applications for everything from number theory to geometry to quantum physics.

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  18. Is Higgs Boson a Piece of the Matter-Antimatter Puzzle?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    ... he said. SLAC is a multi-program laboratory exploring frontier questions in photon science, astrophysics, particle physics and accelerator research. Located in Menlo Park, CA, SLAC is operated by Stanford University for the U.S. Department of ...

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  19. Gilliland part of team that wins Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental PhysicsRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | PressReleasePoint

    Ronald L. Gilliland, professor of practice in astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State, is a member of a team of scientists that is being recognized with the 2015 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics . Gilliland and other members of the High-z Supernova Project are being recognized along with members of the Supernova Cosmology Project for demonstrating that the expansion of the universe is accelerating, rather than slowing as had long been assumed.

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  20. Mirror keeps buildings cool by sending infrared radiation into spaceRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Fibers.org

    ... finely tune both solar reflection and infrared thermal radiation,' said Linxiao Zhu, doctoral candidate in applied physics and a co-author of the paper. In practice the researchers think the coating might be sprayed on a more solid material to make ...

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