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Measuring the Speed of Light With Valentine’s Day Chocolate

February 16th, 2010 02:04 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Cytotoxic writes “What to do with all of those leftover Valentine’s Day chocolates? — a common problem for the Slashdot crowd. The folks over at Wired magazine have an answer for you in a nice article showing how to measure the speed of light with a microwave and some chocolate. A simple yet surprisingly accurate method that can be used to introduce the scientific method to children and others in need of a scientific education.”

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