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(io9)   Purdue students get a ping pong ball to break the sound barrier (w/vid). Oh, and something about the Industrial Revolution and science. But, dude, table tennis at Mach 1   (io9.com) divider line 6
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2013-02-19 08:40:34 AM  
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Amateurs!
 
2013-02-19 08:44:01 AM  
One time my friend Arthur who was a nuke eng student at Purdue let me go down and see their nuclear reactor. It's only 1kw but hey, it's the only Hoosier reactor there is.
 
2013-02-19 08:46:52 AM  
i am surprised this is a story about college students and ping pong balls and doesn't involve beer in some way.
 
2013-02-19 09:05:11 AM  

ransack.: One time my friend Arthur who was a nuke eng student at Purdue let me go down and see their nuclear reactor. It's only 1kw but hey, it's the only Hoosier reactor there is.


Imagine if they could find somebody on campus who could make an apparatus for turning water to steam to harness the reactor energy for electricity
 
2013-02-19 09:12:15 AM  

Donnchadha: ransack.: One time my friend Arthur who was a nuke eng student at Purdue let me go down and see their nuclear reactor. It's only 1kw but hey, it's the only Hoosier reactor there is.

Imagine if they could find somebody on campus who could make an apparatus for turning water to steam to harness the reactor energy for electricity


Something that would cause the water to boil, you mean?  Who could make such a thing?
 
2013-02-19 11:37:33 AM  
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Amateurs!
 
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