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Deck the Halls with Nobel Physicists

’Tis the season to fold and cut paper snowflakes- but they don’t have to look like just any old snowflakes. Thew physics magazine Symmetry has patterns for cutting out snowflakes in the images of Nobel Prize-winning physicists Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, and Erwin Schrödinger (with a cat). Just download their templates, along with handy instructions.

Practice makes perfect, but remember, no two snowflakes are supposed to be alike anyway.  

There’s even a video that shows you how it’s done. Find what you need here, besides paper and a knife. -via Boing Boing


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