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Finding the Speed of Light... with Peeps!

If you are a loyal NPR listener, like myself, you may have heard a small piece recently on one of their science correspondents finding the speed of light. With peeps. In his microwave. Well, I finally crossed watching the YouTube video they referenced off my to do list today. And I am completely inspired. Imagine our science students doing stuff like this! I totally want to go find some peeps and do it myself.

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  1. Your video on finding the speed of light with peeps is simply superb, thanks for sharing here. I have read some related articles in custom essays writing blog posts.

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