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Bwoglines: Art Infiltrating Daily Life Edition

New York-based ballerina Misty Copeland (Principal with American Ballet Theatre), graces the March pages of Harper’s Bazaar with recreations of famous Degas dancer works of art. (Harper’s Bazaar) A few blocks south, old phone booths were replaced with newer, soon-to-be WiFi-equipped phone booths that still look old. Seems fake but ok. (NY Times) If you […]

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Bwoglines: Energy And Mass Edition

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 […]

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Faster Than The Speed of BunsenBwog

The physics community’s collective world was recently rocked by the latest results from CERN, with some now claiming that they have measured neutrinos traveling faster than the speed of light. While the discrepancy is small (only 60 nanoseconds), it could force physicists to reconsider Einstein’s theory of relativity. Columbia’s go-to physics rock star, Brain Greene, […]

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