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After Math: Weird science

It's all very professional.
Universal Studios / Weird Science
Universal Studios / Weird Science
Andrew Tarantola
Andrew Tarantola|@terrortola|December 4, 2016 11:00 AM

It's been a strange week for the scientific arts. The speed of light might not be as stable as we thought, carbon nanotubes have been used to freeze boiling water, a bunch of schoolkids recreated a $750 compound for $25 and the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology has decided that it doesn't believe in climate change. Numbers, because how else will we know how fast the Earth is warming?

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After Math: Weird science