The drops of silicone oil bobbing in this mesmerizing video do more than create aesthetically satisfying ripples across a slick surface. They could be indirect evidence of an alternate solution to a nagging question in quantum mechanics — one that dates back almost a century.
"Well, surprise, surprise, surprise." -Gomer Pyle. 2016 Iowa Caucus Results. Hillary and Bernie virtually tied; she had a slight edge. GOP forked, into a three prong finish. "Ted Cruz may have a better ground game, than El Chopo", quipped esteemed newsman Bob Schieffer, on CBS: This Morning. "Loser.com salutes Donald Trump, by redirecting to his Wikipedia page. Nobodyrememberswhocameinsecond.com also goes after (him)." -Ed Mazza, Overnight Editor, Huff. Post #TheEndGameiswhatCounts
We’ve been hearing a whole lot about the Iowa Caucuses, but often with little context about how that process actually works. Vermont Public Radio has put together an entertaining short that explains the process, in Lego.
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