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Lecture Hop: Antimatter Isn’t So Bad

  Image via Parsons’ home page Columbia physics professor John Parsons lectured Thursday night about the science behind the upcoming film Angels and Demons.  Bwog sent our Fu Foundation Bureau Chief Sean Zimmerman, who actually understands these sorts of things, to observe and report. Hollywood and science aren’t known to be fast friends, and explanations […]

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QuickSpec: Metaphorical Significance Edition

“The Internet has created new forms of storytelling.  In some cases, the threat may prove fatal.”  What, pray tell, does he speak of?  Toy Story: the defining allegory of our generation. We won and we lost!  Hooray for a balanced perspective! “Vocalist Shirley Simms remained largely silent.”  Good show! Columbia’s housing selection process is SUITE.  […]

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