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(Live Science)   Animal murmurations recapitulate matter's swirlonic state   (livescience.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Classical mechanics, Newton's laws of motion, Force, new kind of active matter, new research finds, Janus particles, Nikolai Brilliantov, Liquid  
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2021-03-01 8:54:44 AM  
There was a bully in Jr. High that was known for giving swirlons in the bathroom...
 
2021-03-01 10:41:10 AM  
Meat makes noise when it's in the blender?
 
2021-03-01 11:05:11 AM  
Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict
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At least the didn't stop living and become mixed-up zombies.
 
2021-03-01 11:10:05 AM  
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2021-03-01 11:12:01 AM  
ah, the missing abstracts... justice beauty, etc THAT's where... the march weather went
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2021-03-01 11:40:43 AM  
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2021-03-01 12:46:17 PM  
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2021-03-01 2:50:36 PM  
These folks have their work yet to do, that is, scaling up the swirlon components to a state that their motion can be harvested as energy.
 
2021-03-02 4:50:15 AM  
this dude literally just decided to call schools of fish a new state of matter because they're goddamn swimming in a circle, coded a program to recreate this, and he's presumably being paid for this outrageous hustle

brilliantov indeed
 
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