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Ice Bucket Challenge - The Way of the Scientist [Physics]
posted September 25 2014 16:39.35 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Give something, anything to a physicists, no matter how ridiculous or pointless or useless it is, he will immediately escalate it to science. Spangler does the ice bucket challenge as a physicist should...

[Link: Spangler]

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