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Last night I was watching videos of slow motion and found a video of people jumping up and down on a trampoline at thousands of frames per second. You could see every detail and movement as they performed backflips and bounced off the trampoline. About a year ago I was jumping up and down on […]
IBM scientists animated a boy and his toy ball using individual atoms.
A plant on the verge of death receives a little water and is placed in the sunlight.
As I get further into the physics program and find myself closer to graduation, I’m being asked to focus my studies in a particular area and choose which area of research I want to focus on. All of that has got me thinking about happiness and fulfillment. The road isn’t laid out for me […]
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