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Drake. Atlanta. Biology.
My blog is the most obnoxious parts of myself and somewhat the most marvelous bits of others, but you're certainly invited to share in it.
Jun 3 '12
“A [cracked] plastic tabletop: $79.95. Fun with liquid nitrogen: priceless.”
- Colleen Scheck, guest contributor
It’s not all serious dialogue here at the World Science Festival. At today’s event, “Einstein, Time, and the Coldest Stuff in the Universe,” Nobel prize-winning physicist William D. Phillips used liquid nitrogen to help explain absolute zero and what happens when atoms are cooled. As you can see, his enthusiastic young audience had many questions.
How does Phillips feel about science and belief in God? Read his response to the question “Does Science Make Belief in God Obsolete?” In short, “absolutely not!”
I really appreciate kind, intelligent people.