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Meeting Moments

Hopefully you've were able to keep up with us last week over at the Physics Meetings blog, there's some good stuff there - singing physicists, a big blue bear, the latest in quantum computing, and more.

Here are some of my favorite moments from the APS March Meeting:

"Ring of Fire"...well almost

From the physics sing-a-long

Why YOU should wear a bike helmet

From "Thursday Night Football Physics with Tim Gay"

How do you get a lead brick through airport security?

From "Thursday Night Football Physics with Tim Gay"

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