The speed at which one crushes a tube full of cereal can have implications for assessing the safety of snow after an avalanche.
The speed at which one crushes a tube full of cereal can have implications for assessing the safety of snow after an avalanche. TMS
The speed at which one crushes a tube full of cereal can have implications for assessing the safety of snow after an avalanche. TMS

Science Briefs: Breakfast cereal used to discover new phenomenon

November 22, 2015 03:00 PM

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