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February 19, 2020

Ice Dropped Down a 450-Foot Hole Sounds Just Like a Space Laser Battle

Princeton University researchers are currently in the Antarctic, drilling holes hundreds of feet deep in order to learn more about climate change. The team has been extracting ice cores that are thousands (and even millions) of years old to provide information on Earth’s climate from all that time. While the team is carrying out important research, they’re also making time to have a little fun.

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February 17, 2020

Viral Video of Physics Professor Shows the Lengths He Goes to to Make Science Fun

Do you remember your favorite teacher? Chances are you didn’t love them for the subject they taught, but how fun they made their lessons. A physics student named Erica recently shared her admiration for her professor, Dr. David Wright, in a now-viral video on Twitter. The heartwarming montage reveals the crazy lengths the dedicated teacher at Tidewater Community College in Virginia Beach goes to to show his students just how exciting science can be.

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February 3, 2020

War Vet Knocked off His Feet When He Discovers the Value of His $300 Watch on Antiques Roadshow

When a U.S. Air Force veteran—identified only as by his first name, David—bought himself a Rolex watch during the ‘70s for just over $300, he had no idea that it would one day be worth a small fortune. That is until he decided to bring it to Antiques Roadshow in West Fargo, North Dakota for an appraisal, and was literally floored upon hearing what it’s worth today.

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January 15, 2020

Meghan Trainor Sings “All About That Bass” Over Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” and It Is Amazing

Who doesn’t love an unexpected song mashup? Pop artist Meghan Trainor was recently a guest on BBC Radio 1 where she was asked to perform her hit “All About That Bass” to the tune of Billie Eilish’s song “Bad Guy.” It was part of host Scott Mills’ challenge of “Your Lyrics Different Song” in which he asks a performer to adapt their words on top of someone else’s beat.

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