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Today when I walked past Clark hall (the physics building) in order to get to my lab, the entire building was closed (alarms blaring, doors closed, guards in neon vests preventing people from entering). Later I heard a rumor that … Continue reading
“Ideal circuits are like unicorns. They’re pretty but they don’t exist.” – Professor Dave Kornreich in PHYS2213.