The Daily Word in Small-Time Physics, Salt and Laser vs. Anti-Laser

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Okay. So ... I don't really know how to explain the whole "laser versus anti-laser" experiment that Lawrence Berkley Lab just did. Just ... read this article. "First there is a laser. Then there is no laser. Then there is".

A "mysterious metal object" (read: part of a Chinese rocket)dropped on a mining operation in Myanmar. Someone obviously doubted the miners' commitment to Sparkle Motion.

In case you were wondering: Yes. Facebook does manipulate the "trending news." Just ask these whistleblowers.

Take a look at Scientific American's history of salt image archive. It makes popcorn good.

It's the end of the world! They're going to kill us all! (I just read about this robot who solved a Rubik's cube in less than a second.) Run to Canada!

Holy shit! Some lunatic physicists have measured changes in an atom happening in "zeptoseconds," the newest, smallest measurement of time (which is 10 to the negative 21st power of a second). Goodnight, everybody!