The SPS
Physics club president Austin Carter ('05) proves to a fellow student that he is, in fact,
not a nerd by presenting her with a flower that has been cooled to 77 Kelvins in a dewar of liquid nitrogen.
However, his understanding of why the helium balloon on the table cannot be condensed in LN2 suggests otherwise.

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Austin Carter ('05) wows the crowd by floating
a magnet above a superconducting disk.

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Physics major Jon Rosch ('07) stands as a sobering reminder
of the dangers of too much lab work.

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An interested student picks the brains of our physics club officers
for a deeper understanding of the physical principles in play.

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Austin Carter ('05) prepares to sacrifice another flower for science,
as Dan Utley ('05) cooks up more frozen marshmallows for the expectant crowd.

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At the end of the day, the SPS decorates the Lowry waterfall with
the cool stylings of some leftover dry ice.