The Laws of Physics, Officer, Outrank the Laws of California

Dmitri Krioukov, a physicist at University of California in San Diego, was recently fined by a police officer for allegedly driving through a stop sign. Confident that he did nothing of the sorts, Krioukov sought justice like most of us would, in court that is, however during the hearing he presented a somewhat atypical piece of [...]Physicist avoids traffic ticket by publishing a paper, proving his innocence is a post from ZME Science. © ZME Science - All Rights Reserved. Thank you for being a subscriber, Download your very own FREE copy of our recently released e-book "Our Incredible World, Like You've Never Seen It Before".

Physicist Writes Mathematical Study to Avoid Traffic Ticket

A physicist faced with a fine for running a stop sign has proved his innocence by publishing a mathematical paper, and has even won a prize for his efforts.

Mon 16 Apr 12 from Wired Science

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A San Diego court commissioner said the difference between liner and angular velocity had nothing to do with her dismissing a scientist's $200 traffic ticket.

Fri 20 Apr 12 from FOXNews

Physicist uses maths to avoid traffic penalty

A physicist faced with a fine for running a stop sign has proved his innocence by publishing a mathematical paper, and has even won a prize for his efforts. Read the comments on this post

Mon 16 Apr 12 from Ars Technica

How to escape a $400 traffic ticket with the power of physics

A UCSD physicist was able to argue his way out of a traffic ticket with a bit of audacity and four pages worth of complex mathematics.

Mon 16 Apr 12 from FOXNews

An Analysis of the Stopping Car Analysis

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Fri 20 Apr 12 from Wired Science Blogs

Superposition of Gravitational Forces in Angry Birds Space

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Wed 18 Apr 12 from Wired Science Blogs

Physics paper wasn't why traffic ticket was tossed

The Internet has been abuzz with the tale of a University of California, San Diego professor's physics paper, submitted to the court in attempt to prove his innocence in a recent traffic violation ...

Fri 20 Apr 12 from R&D Mag

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