Kevin Durant Defies Physics Trying to Come Around a DeAndre Jordan Screen
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May 7, 2014 Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is 6'9" and 240 pounds, but he looked like a rag doll attempting to maneuver around a DeAndre Jordan screen in the second quarter of Game 2 against the Los Angeles Clippers. via Bleacher Report. UPDATE: ...
Kevin Durant’s Miraculous Shot Defies the Laws of Physics - ABC News
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April 22, 2014 Kevin Durant is one of the NBA's top players, a prolific scorer known for his highlight-reel performances. But the Oklahoma City Thunder forward outdid himself Monday, chucking up a near-impossible, off-balance shot as he was falling out of bounds for ...
Physics faculty member assists Weather Channel show - The Daily Targum: Science
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January 26, 2014 David Maiullo, a laboratory support specialist for the Department of Physics, helped to demonstrate the connection between weather and physics by filming experiments for the Weather Channel show “The Strangest Weather on Earth.” . Ismelka Gomez ...
Study homes in on the cause of earthquake lights - physicsworld.com
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January 14, 2014 Earthquake lights – the rare, glowing phenomena that are occasionally seen before or during seismic events – may be closely associated with a specific type of geological fault. That is the conclusion of a new study by researchers in Canada and the US ...
Songs About Science: What Music Can Teach Us About Chemistry, Physics, Biology And More (Or Less)
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August 30, 2013 ... ode to basement Dr Frankensteins everywhere. <strong>Lyrical lesson:</strong> "Magic and technology / Voodoo dolls and chants / Electricity / We're makin' weird science." Hey, it's worth a try if what comes out is Kelly LeBrock. <strong>Grade ...
Hyperloop Physics Questions and Answers - Wired Science
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August 11, 2013 Editor's Note: The Hyperloop is a totally imaginary transportation device that has captivated entrepreneur Elon Musk, who keeps talking about it. First imagined at least 100 years ago, it would basically look like some version of those green tubes on ...
West, Texas explosion: Explaining the physics behind blast - CBS News
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April 18, 2013 (CBS News) The massive explosion near Waco, Texas, that leveled buildings for blocks around and which could be heard dozens of miles away was so powerful because of the materials involved, City University of New York physics professor Michio Kaku ...
The Physics of Scoring the Olympic Decathlon
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August 8, 2012 In the decathlon, athletes compete in 10 events, thus the deca in decathlon. This, of course, presents a problem: How do you compare the performance of several individuals competing in 10 events? Even more problematic, four of these events are measured ...
Higgs Boson: Small is big in the world of particle physics
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July 8, 2012 An Indian and an Italian have been honoured by the adoption of their surnames by families of particles.
"Higgs Boson Will Unlock Great Mysteries of the Universe" --Era of New Physics ...
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July 7, 2012 Physicists said Thursday the potential discovery of the "God particle" was a gateway to a new era that could see humanity unlock some of the universe's great mysteries including dark matter. The discovery of the long-sought Higgs boson, an elusive...
Higgs Boson Explained By MinutePhysics (VIDEO)
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July 6, 2012 In wake of CERN's big July 4 announcement regarding the Higgs boson discovery, we thought we'd share a short take on the Higgs from MinutePhysics, a YouTube channel that produces videos on "cool physics and other sweet science": Let's cut to the ...
Higgs boson discovery 'could lead to very new things', physics professor says
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July 5, 2012 Wichita State University physics director Nickolas Solomey, who spent seven years at CERN, says the discovery of the Higgs could take a long time to fully understand, but that it could lead to groundbreaking technologies.
Physics world celebrates Higgs boson discovery
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July 4, 2012 CERN's announcement on the discovery of the so-called "god particle" is a triumphant moment for physicists.
A New Particle Could Be Physics' Holy Grail
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July 4, 2012 The discovery by physicists at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, if confirmed to be the Higgs boson particle, could lead to a new understanding of how the universe began.
How the Discovery of the Higgs Boson Could Break Physics
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July 2, 2012 The announcement of the long-awaited discovery of the Higgs boson may happen on July 4, marking a major achievement and something to celebrate. Or maybe not. Some scientists fear the Higgs won't be all they hoped it would be and its discovery could ...
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