Posts by johnhadden

Gravitational Wave Astronomers Hit Mother Lode – Scientific American

Big news in Gravitational Wave science was made yesterday when scientists announced that they had successfully observed the gravitational waves caused by two colliding neutron stars. What makes this particular event more notable—indeed historic—is that were able to make a multitude of other observations stemming from the collision, including the formation of heavy elements like…

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Physical Therapy & Gravity: Interview with Janet Carscadden DPT

We are subject to the forces of gravity from the very moment we are conceived. In the womb, the body works, grows, and begins to thrive in harmony with gravity. Our cells, muscles, and bones find proper alignment in response to gravity’s influence. This effect is something we share irrespective of our religion, socio-economic status,…

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Indoor Skydiving acrobatics!

You may not be aware of this new sport, but it’s pretty amazing. Freestyle indoor skydiving (in vertical wind tunnels) is now a thing, and 16 year old Maja Kuczynska from Poland turned in a beautiful performance at the 2017 Wind Games. Click the link below to watch the video. Freestyle at The Wind Games 2017  

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Falling with style

I wish I knew who this guy was—it’s not posted on the imgur post. But it’s a pretty spectacular display of slack line mastery! View post on imgur.com

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