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Ozone: Nature’s Sunglasses

I think most people know about the ozone layer of our atmosphere. It’s supposedly this thin layer of atmosphere that protects us from getting sunburnt while we lay out on the beach with intentions of becoming oompa loompas (though for … Continue reading

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The Crookes Radiometer, Part 1

Happy October, friends! I apologize for my lack of posts recently…graduate school has started for me, and it’s been very tough for me to find any free time. I’m going to attempt to quickly write up this post about an … Continue reading

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Why do I need glasses?

Greetings! I feel inspired to write this post for a couple of reasons. For one, I’ve had recent conversations with a number of my friends concerning the wearing of glasses–some of them don’t want to wear them because they “look … Continue reading

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Casimir Effect

This entry is going to be on a fascinating quantum physics effect, that until recently was just theory. There’s some intense physics going on here, but I’m going to do my best to keep you guys along (I’m not all … Continue reading

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