How could a sprinter with no legs possibly have an advantage over an able-bodied athlete?

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Bzzzzzzz. The sound of beehives has become the soundtrack of soccergames at the FIFA World Cup. The buzzing sound is made by plastic hornscalled vuvuzelas. The sound is unmistakable, and  hundreds of them at a time are being blown constantly during games.

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A frozen disk of vulcanized rubber traveling at speeds upwards of 100 mph is about to be sent into flight... While a blast from the point is exciting for a fan , it turns out to be compelling from a science perspective as well.

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Let's take a quick look at the physics of snow and why skis can slide on it. Keep in mind that while I'm using skis as an example, the same physics applies for anything else you dare ride to the bottom of a snow-covered hill!

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A heated discussion about tempurature, kinetics, and the physics of energy.

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