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Meteor strike injures hundreds in central Russia

In case you haven’t heard it, a meteor appeared to explode in the lower atmosphere in central Russia. Fortunately (due to the angle), it didn’t hit the ground, or the kinetic energy released could be like a small nuke. According to BBC, more than 1000 people are injured by broken windows. You can read detailed report and watch some video clips there: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-21468116

I know an asteroid will fly by today, but I think this isn’t ‘it’. Unless Earth’s gravity broke up the asteroid into smaller pieces, which rained down on us. Okay, okay, maybe I’ve watched too much movies.

On YouTube, there are some low quality video clips as well:

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John Hodgman’s Advice to Writers

“Writing is an asocial act of creating forcing your thoughts and feelings upon a world that does not care.”

Rule #1: Write what you know.
Rule #2: Know interesting things.
Rule #3: Know what you know.

This is what the Internet was made for 2012 Edition HD

A complication video clip is made of 237 video clips in 2012.
To my surprise, I may only have seen 5 to 10% video clips.

Supersonic Ping Pong Ball

Nice ‘lecture’ combining with ‘examples’. Sir, you can’t just show us something that cool and tell us not to try it at home.

UCTV Prime: The Skinny on Obesity

Here is 7-part series debunks the theory that obesity only affects the “gluttons and sloths” among us and is, in fact, a public health problem that impacts everyone. I have seen other talks and lectures by Dr. Robert Lustig a while ago. Now I generally avoid juice and anything sweet and have reduced my soda consumption to about once per month. Watch them if interested.

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 1): An Epidemic for Every Body

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 2): Sickeningly Sweet

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 3 Trailer): Hunger and Hormones – A Vicious Cycle

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 4): Sugar – A Sweet Addiction

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 5): Generation XL

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 6): A Fast-Paced Fast Food Life

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 7): Drugs Cigarettes Alcohol…and Sugar?

Video: Is it Better to Walk or Run in the Rain?

This question bothered me endlessly as long as I could remember.
I know the formulas in the head, and I argued with friends and family about it. You too perhaps have had the same argument. However, the answer is quite simple – getting out of the rain as soon as possible. ;)

Video: Everything Wrong With The Amazing Spider-Man in 2 Minutes or Less

[Warning: Lots spoilers in the video]

I have to admit the video is a lot like my brain while I am watching movies. :p

Statistician Nate Silver – Serious Jibber-Jabber with Conan O’Brien

In “Serious Jibber-Jabber,” Conan O’Brien has lengthy, uninterrupted conversations with interesting people on topics which fascinate him. In this episode, Nate Silver, the statistical whiz behind the New York Times’ FiveThirtyEight blog, which correctly predicted the winner in all 50 states in the 2012 Presidential Election, sits down with Conan to talk about hard data, trusting your gut instinct, and the power of perception…all while wearing a Cookie Monster t-shirt.

It seems that WordPress does not allow iframe, and I cannot embed video in the post.
URL: http://teamcoco.com/video/nate-silver-serious-jibber-jabber

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The Coffee Ring Effect – Intriguing Microscopic Video

This never-before-seen footage from a laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Physics and Astronomy shows microscopic particles moving in a drop as it dries.
Penn physicists have recently shown that simply changing particle shape can eliminate the ring-shaped stain that is left behind when drops of certain liquids dry. In this video microscopy footage from their experiments, watch as spherical particles get swept to the edges, while oblong particles are distributed consistently.
Video and Music Composition by Kurtis Sensenig
kurtiss@upenn.edu

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