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November 16 2012

cokejunkie
17:53
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October 13 2012

cokejunkie
21:46
Cell division
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October 11 2012

cokejunkie
08:29
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2012 Nobel Prize: How Do We See Light? - YouTube
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September 30 2012

cokejunkie
07:44
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August 30 2012

cokejunkie
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April 29 2012

cokejunkie
21:00
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Static Flow of Water

The camera is shooting at 25 frames per second, which is exactly the same rate that the tube carrying the water is being vibrated by the speaker. Furthermore, the stream of water exiting the tube not only breaks apart into individual droplets, it actually does so in a repeating pattern. As a result, the droplets that form assume a nearly identical shape (and occupy an almost identical point in space) every 1/25th of a second. 
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April 28 2012

cokejunkie
07:37
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Science off the Sphere: Fun with Antibubbles
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December 19 2011

cokejunkie
21:58

Best. research paper abstract. evar.

On arXiv.org, where astronomers and physicists post pre-publication research papers, the possibility of neutrinos that travel faster than the speed of light has led to dozens of new papers, including this one. So, even if FTL neutrinos end up being disproved, we at least know for certain that they will be responsible for one of the best research paper abstracts ever written.

Via Alan Boyle

Best. research paper abstract. evar. - Boing Boing
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November 04 2011

cokejunkie
16:47
Does anybody know the paper?

August 11 2010

cokejunkie
04:50

The illustrated guide to a Ph.D.

Every fall, I explain to a fresh batch of Ph.D. students what a Ph.D. is.

It's hard to describe it in words.

So, I use pictures.

Read below for the illustrated guide to a Ph.D.

Imagine a circle that contains all of human knowledge:

By the time you finish elementary school, you know a little:

By the time you finish high school, you know a bit more:

With a bachelor's degree, you gain a specialty:

A master's degree deepens that specialty:

Reading research papers takes you to the edge of human knowledge:

Once you're at the boundary, you focus:

You push at the boundary for a few years:

Until one day, the boundary gives way:

And, that dent you've made is called a Ph.D.:

Of course, the world looks different to you now:

So, don't forget the bigger picture:

Keep pushing.

The illustrated guide to a Ph.D.
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August 10 2010

cokejunkie
06:49

Average time spent composing one e-mail

Professors: 1.3 seconds; grad students 1.3 days

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June 23 2010

cokejunkie
21:39
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Baby Science!
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