Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Around the blogs in 80 hours (and more)

Here are some interesting posts and information of the past week

Outside of other commitments, I need to do two things, finish an entry for Randy and finish a presentation for Dorkbot (people doing strange things with electricity) on "Random Imagers". I also have two questions pending on bio and CS in the CS LinkedIn group, and on calibration issues in the Calibration club.

In other news, Therese Moretto Jorgensen tells us about the next deadline for an NSF cubesat proposal is May 7. 2012

Godspeed Janice.

Credit: Discovery Channel, A clip from Discovery Channel's "Raging Planet" on the subject of lightning. If you find lightning a facinating and beautiful force, then check this clip out. The camera technology has gotten to where scientists have been able to record and playback a lightning strike at over 200X slower with really cool results.
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