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ICYMI: “In this ‘solidified’ state, a cell can survive starvation.” —Vasily Zaburdaev, biophysicist, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems

@Weather_West  @past_is_futureW  @JustinHGillise  @theresphysicsl  @ramezl  @Peters_Glen  @DoctorVivet  @MLiebreichh  @hausfathe  @Buzz509n  @RogerPielkeJr : @RiffSkjerven  @estee_nj “ @aaronhuertasA  @climatedynamics  @jritchn  @alannogeee  @chickamadew  @KenCaldeira  @bobkopps  @jgkoomeyc  @jim_bouldini  @bobbrand_nle  @psud12n  @rgatesst  @jg_environi  @rustneversleepzf  @mtobisi  @TransitionShowc  @NYMag  @KHayhoetruth  does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.” -- Max Planck

“Science progresses one funeral at a time.” Max Planck

25 years ago, the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 crashed into Jupiter. Torn apart by the huge planet's tidal forces, the comet impacted between 16 and 22 July 1994. Here it is in infrared. The impact is in the bottom left, the moon Io on the right. 📷: Max Planck Institute for Astronomy

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Max Planck

Eaton studied morphology and growth during development at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics.

Suzanne Eaton, 59, a molecular biologist at the world-renowned Max Planck Institute in Dresden, Germany, was found dead about a week after she went missing by cavers in a disused military bunker.

Eaton studied morphology and growth during development at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics. @mpicbg 

Suzanne Eaton, a molecular biologist at the world-renowned Max Planck Institute in Dresden, Germany, was found dead in a disused military bunker in Crete.

Suzanne Eaton, a 59-year-old molecular biologist at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, was last seen July 2.

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When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Max Planck

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Max Planck

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Max Planck

Happy 161st birthday to Max Planck: Nobel Laureate, gifted musician, and the father of quantum physics. Learn more:

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Max Planck was told by a professor not to go into physics because "almost everything" was "already discovered." Planck said he just wanted to learn the basics, and not discover anything new. He went on to develop quantum theory and win a Nobel prize.

Marie Curie in conversation with French physicist Henri Poincaré, Max Planck in the back and to the left Albert Einstein. This picture taken in 1911 from the first of several Solvay Conferences features eight scientists that already had or would be awarded Nobel Prizes.

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#OnThisDay in 1900, Max Planck produced his law of black body emission (Planck’s law). Planck's law (colored curves) accurately described black body radiation and resolved the ultraviolet catastrophe (black curve) a prediction of late 19th/early 20th century classical physics.

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#Didyouknow 100 years ago Max Planck, the father of quantum physics, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of energy quanta

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Our quote of the day is from German physicist and Nobel prize winner Max Planck

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