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Double Comments of the Week #157: From physics’ predictions to Michelson-Morley

23 Apr 2017, 21:14 UTC
Double Comments of the Week #157: From physics’ predictions to Michelson-Morley
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“Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other.” -Walter Elliot
It’s been two great weeks here at Starts With A Bang, where we’ve seen an incredible slew of new articles, new contributions, and literally hundreds of comments where nobody needed to get banned! To all of those who made it out to see me last weekend at NorWesCon, thank you for your incredible support, and to those who didn’t, I hope things have gone well for you, and that you’ve enjoyed all our articles! To take a look back, here’s what we’ve seen over the past two weeks:

Why is there a limit to what physics can predict? (for Ask Ethan),
How lucky was Hubble to find the most distant galaxy ever? (for Mostly Mute Monday),
No, dark energy isn’t an illusion,
The future of energy isn’t fossil fuels or renewables, it’s nuclear fusion,
There’s a physics trick to keeping your shoes from coming untied,
How would the Universe change if we grew an extra dimension?
What was the entropy of the Universe at the Big Bang? (for Ask Ethan),
10 reasons why you should march for science (for Mostly Mute Monday),
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