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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Not much to say today other than THIS is freaking hilarious.

Although I disagree with the original blogger. In my department someone WOULD brush aside the debris and try to use that sucker. Science cannot wait (even if it means flying shrapnel in your experiment)

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We had to explain a couple of times to our noob grad student that you balance your centrifuge tubes on a scale not by eyeballing it with water after they have imploded two tubes. I think she is a government agent sent here to kill us all.

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that is awesome!
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