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Defining Gravity, Defying Gravity: The Skateboarding Physicist

For David “Doddy” Marsh, a postdoctoral researcher at Canada’s Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, skateboarding and physics are essential components of a unified theory of self. His dual passions both complement and juxtapose each other; only in combination do they complete the equation of who he is.
Read the article about Marsh from “Inside the Perimeter” magazine: http://insidetheperimeter.ca/defining-gravity-defying-gravity

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Music: “La Hacienda” and “Sky” by Apache Tomcat (from the album “What’s Later”). Creative Commons: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

Video/Editing: Maxwell Lantz
Interview/Story: Colin Hunter
Filmed around Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada

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