All In with Chris Hayes: 3 “awesomest” things on the internet #Click3

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1. Rocket scientist, Yvonne Brill died last week at the age of 88. Don’t know who that is? Brill developed and patented the electrothermal hydrazine thruster. Don’t know what that is? It is a propulsion system that keeps satellites where they need to be transmitted instead of pulled off orbit. Pretty brilliant. But the headline of her New York Times obit originally touted her cooking skills over her scientific ones.

2. A submission from a Twitter fan pointed us in the direction of a video posted to NPR’s Robert Kurlwich’s science blog in which a young boy will make you question your very existence.

@chrislhayes npr.org/blogs/krulwich… #click3

— autographedcat (@autographedcat) April 1, 2013


You can watch his musings here.

3.  After much debate, the Twitter hashtag for All In with Chris Hayes was revealed. And, folks, it’s #inners.

All In with Chris Hayes: 3 "awesomest" things on the internet #Click3

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