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(Phys Org2)   Physicists succeed in filming phase transition with extremely high spatial and temporal resolution, but no Keira Knightly   (phys.org) divider line
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2021-01-25 8:47:03 PM  
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Invincible: ZMugg: Invincible: Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: "Bet you'd like to see this amazing transformation for yourself, eh? Yep, bet that sure would be nice. Oh well."

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2021-01-25 7:14:50 PM  
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Invincible: Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: "Bet you'd like to see this amazing transformation for yourself, eh? Yep, bet that sure would be nice. Oh well."

--phys.org

Amazing new techniques used to inspire this artists impression! Up next, stunning new images of the universe's origins rendered in haiku.


All things in one spot
Really big badda-booming
Everything we see
 
2021-01-25 7:04:35 PM  
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Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: "Bet you'd like to see this amazing transformation for yourself, eh? Yep, bet that sure would be nice. Oh well."

--phys.org


Amazing new techniques used to inspire this artists impression! Up next, stunning new images of the universe's origins rendered in haiku.
 
2021-01-25 6:43:23 PM  
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"Bet you'd like to see this amazing transformation for yourself, eh? Yep, bet that sure would be nice. Oh well."

--phys.org
 
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