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  1. I played dodgeball too!
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  2. The reason why you get shocked more in the winter is because everyone has their heaters on which draws the moisture out of the air which causes the charges to build up and cling to us more since there is less moisture in the air.
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  3. So are you saying that in one of these dimensions you're actually good at super Mario??. Fascinating stuff Jake, and don't go putting your cats in radioactive boxes, alright big guy?
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  4. Jelliott, I can really relate to your analogies. I too wish to become a beautiful butterfly, to grow and grow until I burst with knowledge. although I find some of your post humorous as intended, I think you struck on very important ideas. I think hard problems can be torture but on the other hand, that makes them that much more rewarding when completed.
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  5. Maybe I'll write a post just about cows...*suspense*
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  6. Sweet blog post. If you wouldn't mind spreading the love and also buying your two student teachers silver Porsches, we wouldn't complain
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  7. 11/10 already and all i've read was the title.
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  8. Kind of like a donut -- it's hard to tell the beginning and end. Well, unless you eat it, and the first bite is the beginning, and the crumbs are the sad end.
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  9. You prefer Waffles over pancakes?
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  10. Nice post HegelBot153. If you wear flannel pajamas and have flannel sheets, rolling over under the covers can be an 'enlightening' experience as well!
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  11. When I was little, I used to yell at a mason jar... Physics said "Nay!"
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  12. Interesting! I might start working on my squat landings to prepare for any unexpected fall in the future. Also, this sucks when playing video games and you slip and end up falling to your doom.
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  13. Whenever I see saw waves I cant help but think of the synth pioneers and how much the synth has affected music since the early 70's. It's a truly unnatural sound. If you ever wish to check out another example of the "futuristic/robotic" sound you were describing in action, check out the original Blade Runner OST.
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  14. Thanks etracey99! Yea, that may be a good idea for the future... In the meantime, I will cover some other subjects because the last thing I want to be known on here as is the Pokémon density guy.
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  15. Love this! My background is in microelectronic engineering, and I'm even in the middle of putting together a 2-hour workshop on microelectronics (presentation is in December) that will cover much of what you did over the summer. Great discipline, with TONS of fantastic jobs that are fun, challenging, and rewarding. We'll have to talk more...
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  16. You can do it Mady!
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  17. That's pretty impressive!!
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  18. Love the incorporation of sports and video games with physics. Just out of curiosity, is SWEAT an acronym for something?
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  19. That perspective of not only looking at AP-C as an opportunity for increasing your physics understanding but also a place that will equip you with experiences that can be applied elsewhere in life is fantastic! The same lens you use to apply physics to real-life problems is so useful no matter what you do. Failing definitely happens, whether large or small; just keep that perspective of learning from those mistakes and using them as opportunities rather than barriers. Often you'll find that it was better to fail once and succeed the next time!
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  20. I love this post, Margaret! It made my night!
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  21. I love the way you connected one of your favorite things to physics!
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  22. Good job Kyra! Maybe I'll see you in Disney.
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  23. I'm jealous -- I'd love to have time with Brother Guy to talk about evidence and overlap in science and religion. Absolutely fascinating!!!
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  24. I did not know you played frisbee. Do you play ultamite? because I have an ultamite frisbee team that also practices over the summer.
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  25. you will shoot your eye out kid!!
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  26. This was interesting and funny to read
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  27. My dad works with cardiothoracic surgeons! Although he sells the pacemakers and helps with the implants. So it's just my luck that our house is full of boxes of pacemakers... at least we're always prepared.
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  28. Great connections to school! I even love you humor!
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  29. That is so unique that you know how to play the ukulele! Did you teach yourself? Nice job connecting music to physics!
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  30. Wow Alex! I wouldn't want to get that hard! It most be very painful, almost as bad as a hidden blade to the rib cage! I wouldn't want to be pancaked either! That most hurt but good way to explain!
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  31. hahahahahahahahahaha Nate good explanation of physics and awesome video! Perfect way to display your knowledge of physics. I learned a lot from reading this Bow Wow.
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  32. Really cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  33. Good connection from a black hole to US!
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  34. That's an impressive blog post!
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  35. nice blog. love your name. I suspose the biologists would argue that life isn't physics but if not physics, it is ruled by physics! jk
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  36. Toys are great for physics demonstrations. I'd love to find the one with the spinning wheel that traveled up and down metal rails.
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  37. Very interesting way to look at physics and how using force is applied while driving.
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  38. I love how there can be so many perspectives to the same occurrence. For example, in the clip of the computer screen, the binary is the most basic level of code. The desktop is deciding whether or not to light up a pixel. In the middle, the perspective is from the developer of whatever is being shown on the screen. On the right, the end product is shown to the user of the computer, and that perspective is shown, and everything is happening simultaneously.
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  39. I really liked that you picked a unique topic like this and related it to yourself!
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  40. Energy drinks scare me.
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  41. Yay coat hanger! I hope you don't mind, I posted on this topic too but cited your blogpost in it. Nice work here
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  42. after reading this, all I can say is BURR!
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  43. Im writing in red because I completley agree with this! Physics is everywhere! #BallIsLife
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  44. If space travel was possible, could their be other planets that could sustain human life?
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  45. Even after understanding the physics of it, Im probably still awful at playing it!
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  46. i liked that you connected to physics with a sport! Usually people never think sports relate to science!
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  47. Great blog post, and I learned something new about nordic skiing. Always take good care of your skis, and hopefully they'll take care of you!
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  48. You're right, tons of physics in volleyball. As to the referee question, what happens when teams switch sides of the court?
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