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The FQXi December 24, 2014 Podcast features:
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2014 Countdown Part 1 & Video Contest Results
Physicist Ian Durham begins his annual countdown of the 5 top physics stories of the year -- and also explains why some stories that made the headlines did not make the cut. Plus, we recap the results of FQXi's first video contest.
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