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Atlanta Brisket

American Entree



3½ pounds beef brisket
½ teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon pepper
½ teaspoon salt
1¼ cups ketchup or bottled chili sauce… 315 more words


Military Surplus Repurposed for High Energy Physics

Performing high-energy physics experiments can get very expensive, a fact that attracts debate on public funding for scientific research. But the reality is that scientists often work very hard to stretch their funding as far as they can. 223 more words

Weapons Hacks

There Is No Parity: Chien-Shiung Wu

Hold out your hands in front of you, palms forward. They look quite similar, but I’m sure you’re all too aware that they’re actually mirror images of each other. 1,131 more words


Particle Accelerator used to Peek Inside Fossilized Poop

Scientists study every inch of an animal—from the tip of their nose right down to their, well, poop. And the same goes for ancient creatures. But until now, only a limited amount could be learned from from studying fossilized feces, also known as coprolites. 83 more words


The Synchrotron Facility is powered by solar energy. When the sun’s rays trigger the electrons in the solar panels, an electric current is generated. The electric current is then joined by two magnets. 20 more words

Applied Sciences

The Big Bang - 0 yrs

The universe that we know today all started way back about 13.7 billion year ago.

In the beginning, there was nothing.

And then there was everything. 222 more words