Science in the News
|via National Post|
Enormous Asteroid Will Zip Past Earth On Christmas Eve (Catch it? Just kidding, you would have needed to be at an observatory.)
Physicists produce 1.8 million degree plasma burst in first test of fusion reactor (this is my favorite of this week's news highlights)
The First Half-Meeting
On the Friday before break, some of the club got together for extra Science Bowl antics. Making three small teams and playing for the whole club period, we blasted through questions and discussed tactics. I was happy to be there, and it was fun to break in the concept of the half-meeting, as it was so dearly called. Keep an ear out for if these ever happen again.
Thank you, Jimmy, for showing up to the last meeting and a half. It was nice to see you come on back and visit the club.
The mysterious pink dye staining Daniel's hands on the Thursday meeting as of this writing does not exist. It has never existed. The mysterious pink dye staining Daniel's hands was neither mysterious, pink, nor a dye. It was void of anything at all. The mysterious pink dye staining Daniel's hands was not the mysterious pink dye staining both of Daniel's hands. Any acknowledgement of the mysterious pink dye staining Daniel's hands on Thursday is to be met with overwhelming confusion by all in earshot. Thank you.