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Bwoglines: Energy And Mass Edition

No beard zone.

No beard zone.

This day in history: In 1905 on November 21. Albert Einstein published “Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?” leading to the formula E=mc^2.  Did you learn that in FroSci? (PBS)

China is delaying indefinitely the opening of the new Hunger Games movie and in Thailand several cinemas have cancelled showings of the movie (Washington Post).

In other news, Michael Phelps has a beard. Thoughts? No shave November or just a new look? (Washington Post)

In real news Obama has announced that nearly 5 million illegal immigrants will not be deported (BBC).

Five Guantanamo detainees were released and sent to Europe (Los Angeles Times).

 

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous it is energy content

    1. Eric Cohn says:

      @Eric Cohn Good catch! It’s fixed.

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