Concerned that spilling coffee while walking was interrupting too much thinking of important science stuff, University of California researchers did a study on the incredibly complex subject of liquid sloshing – specifically, the sloshing of coffee. I’ll cut to the chase: typical coffee mugs happen to be the right diameter to oscillate [...]
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What’s in your morning cup?
This is our leader. Don’t recognize him? Shame on you. While coffee is wildly popular all over, not everyone drinks it (or can stand it). However, over 90% of people in North America consume caffeine every day whether it be coffee, tea, soda, energy drinks, or something else (I have a co-worker [...]
Not my travel mug, but I'm thinking it might have to become mine.
There are a very few things about which I tend to be stubbornly particular. My Canadian spelling is one, but this is likely due to my History degree, and my knowledge that the now-prevalent “American” spellings were due entirely to an arbitrary decision by Noah Webster to change certain words. But I digress.
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