Rap Video Celebrating Physics A Hit On YouTube Thousands of people have watched a YouTube video celebrating a particle accelerator in Europe. The rapper is Kate McAlpine, a Michigan State University grad shown dancing inside the facility that is 27 kilometers long. The spokesman for the lab says the science is dead on.
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Rap Video Celebrating Physics A Hit On YouTube

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Rap Video Celebrating Physics A Hit On YouTube

Rap Video Celebrating Physics A Hit On YouTube

Rap Video Celebrating Physics A Hit On YouTube

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Thousands of people have watched a YouTube video celebrating a particle accelerator in Europe. The rapper is Kate McAlpine, a Michigan State University grad shown dancing inside the facility that is 27 kilometers long. The spokesman for the lab says the science is dead on.