Dead Wild Roses: The Physics of Curling

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Dead Wild Roses: The Sport of Curling is Mysterious – Even to Science

Curling, the backdrop for a a controversy among physicists.    Who knew?  You do now. 🙂   Filed under: Science Tagged: Curling, Mysterious Rocks, Physics, Science

mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Winter Olympics: Naked Fire Luge, Bottomless Ski Jumping, Explo-Curling

Naked Fire Luge Though not as dangerous as skurlington, naked fire luge, is, in many ways, a much more exciting sport for the viewer. The luge run is ringed by fire on both sides, and there are massive pools of … Continue reading →

mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Winter Olympics: Skurlington

In keeping with The Skwib Olympic motto: citius, altius, sanguius (faster, higher, bloodier) we would next like to suggest that the Winter Olympic committee combine Curling and Skeleton — the most fascinating and most dangerous competitions in one sport. Instead … Continue reading →