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Carnivalia — 5/15 – 5/21

The past week’s crop of science-related blog carnivals for your reading pleasure… Continue reading

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Carnivalia — 12/12 – 12/18

The past week’s crop of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals for you… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #245 — IDCSP

Another interesting little piece of technology history from the Air Force Space and Missile Museum at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #4 — what you *can* tell from a hole in the ground

Quite a bit, actually, if you pick the right hole. This week’s “sciencey” tourism picture is from Barringer Crater (a.k.a., Meteor Crater) in Arizona, about 35 miles east of Flagstaff…

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Casual Friday — Levitating Light Bulb

An impressive piece of performance art — a glowing light bulb, suspended in mid air. No wires or solid support of any kind. Can you figure out how it’s done before the video explains it all?

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