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Einstein vs Stephen Hawking -Epic Rap Battles of History #7

Unlike most of the Epic Rap Battles I'm familiar with, this one is clean (but still offensive)!

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Timothy Lim's curator insight, June 10, 2014 11:09 AM

Epic rap battles of history is a unique series of rap battles pitted by famous historical figures. Each side will try to beat down the other in a verbal battle of words and lyrics. Ridiculing each others flaws and behaviour. 

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Guest Post: Matt Strassler on Hunting for the Higgs | Cosmic Variance | Discover Magazine

Guest Post: Matt Strassler on Hunting for the Higgs | Cosmic Variance | Discover Magazine | AP Chemistry | Scoop.it

For all you particle physicist wannabe's, the 21st century is a truly exciting place to be. Read about how the current experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (you remember, the particle accelerator that, once it was turned on, was supposed to create a black hole that would suck up the Earth -- remember?!) are on the verge of either confirming or disproving the existence of the Higgs boson.

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Names Proposed for New Elements on Periodic Table

Names Proposed for New Elements on Periodic Table | AP Chemistry | Scoop.it

The international body that oversees the periodic table of elements (IUPAC) unveiled the proposed names for elements 114 and 116: flerovium and livermorium. Honestly, I'm not excited about either one.

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Speed of Light Lingers in Face of M.I.T. Media Lab Camera

Speed of Light Lingers in Face of M.I.T. Media Lab Camera | AP Chemistry | Scoop.it

Super cool way to spend taxpayer money (and I'm actually serious) -- photographing light pulses with a shutter speed of (I am not making this up) less than two trillionths of a second. Where else but at MIT?

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