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(Ars Technica)   You would think that during this time of COVID and Cancer, scientists would have something better to study than sand castle physics. You'd be right, of course, yet here we are   (arstechnica.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Water, Nobel Laureate Andre Geim's laboratory, Sand, Kelvin equation, capillary forces, 10-nanometer scale, basic underlying physics, last decade  
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2020-12-09 1:24:09 PM  
Why would physicists be researching covid?
 
2020-12-09 1:28:58 PM  

RodneyToady: Why would physicists be researching covid?


Came in here to say that
 
2020-12-09 1:37:19 PM  

RodneyToady: Why would physicists be researching covid?


My guess, in subbys world, all scientists are the same.
 
2020-12-09 6:08:36 PM  
Deep Thoughts with Subby.
 
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