Thursday , 23 March 2017

Famous Celebs: Science in Motion!

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Einstein’s Logic Crushed by Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan bravely questions Einstein’s theory of insanity. Lindsay’s theory of persistence flies right in the face of Einstein’s revolutionary idea. She has consistently proven, with verifiable evidence, that if you do drugs and other things that she did, probably did, most likely did; you will warp the fabric of space in such a manner that lands you in jail. Who would have thought? It’s just so crazy, it may be true.

The John Mayer Foundation for Reason & Science
As part of his ongoing research with world renowned biologist, Richard Dawkins; John Mayer has been tirelessly choosing his words wisely in the hopes of eliminating racism. Some experts are skeptical about Mayer’s credentials. But the fruits of his labor prove that playing guitar really well, and making a lot of faces when you do it, makes you good at not making people mad when you say stuff. Excellent work!

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Chris Brown & Brian Cox: Best Friends and Also Scientists.
When artist, and excellent source of enthusiasm, Chris Brown, met physicist, Brian Cox, it wasn’t just particle beams colliding! It was the start of a great friendship based on their mutual endeavors to understand the origins of the universe. We may never fully understand the big bang, but with Chris Brown and Brian Cox at the helm, we’re well on our way!

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Spray Tans: Not Just For Scientists
Snooki has been on sabattical to write the follow up to her brilliant first work. Some may think Snooki’s discoveries were just a matter of beginner’s luck. But if her love of Benjamin Franklin is any indicator, we think in Snooki’s case, lightning just might strike twice. Keep it up, Snooks!

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Women in Science: The Story of Lady Gaga
Most people know Lady Gaga for her completely original recordings of Madonna songs. On her days on, Lady Gaga likes to emulate the no-nonsense style of the groundbreaking physicist and chemist, Marie Curie. Way to advance the role of women in the scientific community, Miss Gaga!

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Science: Leave it to Bieber
You can thank Albert Einstein for the wonderful role model that Justin Beiber has worked so hard to become. Bieber has studied the work of Einstein for his entire life, even before he was born. We should all be so studious.

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Amanda Bynes: Great Person? Or The Greatest Person?
We so happy to finally see a well known actress with some true class. Amanda Bynes can thank Issac Newton for her incredible negotiating and linguistic skills. Fun Fact: she also won the national spelling bee every day for the past 11 years. Keep it up, Amanda!

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Lautner Learns from Carl Sagan
Thanks to the late astronomer and astrophysicist, Carl Sagan, Taylor Lautner has grown from whatever he was in Twilight into the strikingly fine young man he is today. The star graciously demonstrates the importance of non-violence. And he doesn’t make any money at all from doing it.

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Miley Cyrus: Philanthropist. Leader. Knows About Science.
If only we could all walk the path of altruism like Miley Cyrus. Of course we all know Miley to be a master of the arts. But few of us have been privileged enough to witness her quiet quest for the well being of all mankind.

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A Lesson from Kim Kardashian
Kim demonstrates the value of a non-materialistic lifestyle. Founding father, Benjamin Franklin, not only discovered the magic of electricity. He inspired the stars themselves. Kim Kardashian, you are a beacon of hope in this dark, dark world.

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From Kanye to Kaku
Kanye West sets a fine example in this photo of him working for peace and social justice. He is for sure, like super into the legendary Michio Kaku. May we all strive to follow in the footsteps of Kanye.

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 The Genius of Sheen
Once again we see the incredible genius of the rare celebrity mind. Charlie Sheen is a well known student of the great theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking. We wish we were as well versed as Sheen. Incredible.

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The Epic Mystery of Kardashian Physics
Something incredible indeed. Carl Sagan must have longed for the day when the big mystery of what Kim Kardashian looks like when she gains some weight, would finally be solved. Thank you Kim, you are a source of knowledge for all science.

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Amanda Bynes Shows Hawking How It’s Done

If only Stephen Hawking had the foresight to wear a blanket over his head like Amanda Bynes. She knows what’s what. Miss Bynes is totally invisible and not going to trip. Unlike Hawking who’s just been wasting his time with theoretical physics. He must be so jealous.

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Lil Twist of Wisdom
Einstein would be proud of Justin Bieber and Lil Twist as they work the red carpet at probably the best radio station ever. It’s inspiring to see two talented young men focus on the greater good rather. Right on, Beebs!

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