Junk in Physics Building Hallways

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Junk in Physics Building Hallways

Postby dlenmn » Tue Jan 27, 2009 10:50 pm

Any quality junk laying around your physics department?

Run of the mill junk (all over the place -- do they ever throw anything out?):

Random giant magnet (I want to try being Magneto):

Man sized oven/graduate student isolation chamber (~6' tall cooking compartment):

I wonder if it'd go for anything on eBay...

There's one more thing I need to take a picture of. Not so much a piece of junk as a unique building feature (also need to take a picture of the humanities building).

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