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Science and Motion: Neutrinos

Neutrinos are some of the most abundant yet mysterious particles in our universe. Every second 65 billion neutrinos pass through every square centimeter of our body and the Earth. Neutrinos do not carry electric charge, which means that they are not affected by the electromagnetic forces that act on charged particles such as electrons and protons. They are also extremely tiny because of which they travel mostly undisturbed through matter. This makes neutrinos extremely hard to detect, and the harder a particle is to detect, the more massive and sophisticated the detectors have to be. The Super Kamiokande in Japan is one such neutrino observatory. (via Amusing Planet)

Posted on Tuesday, April 24th 2012

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Samurai Underwear
“We initially balked at the price, but once we got our hands on a sample, we were sold. Since the Japan Trend Shop staff started wearing these, we’ve found ourselves twice as productive, really good at Japanese, and absolutely rolling in women.”

Samurai Underwear
“We initially balked at the price, but once we got our hands on a sample, we were sold. Since the Japan Trend Shop staff started wearing these, we’ve found ourselves twice as productive, really good at Japanese, and absolutely rolling in women.”

Posted on Wednesday, April 11th 2012