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I like a lot of different teas. I usually prefer chai or green teas though. My favorite tea right now though is lavender and honey. its just so delicious.
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49 / M / New England, USA
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Vanilla Chai Tea works best for me .
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Gemaicha and Tieh Kuan In (Oolong)
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I really like a variety of chinese tea (flowers and tea leaves) and also a variety of japanese green tea! There is one or two korean tea that I like but I dont know the names of (or rather, i actually don't know most of the names of the tea that I like lol)

What i dont really like is herbal tea such as rose tea? I've drank something of the like before and it felt like I had a (rose) flower down my throat, that was quite unpleasant...
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Quantum theory is the theoretical basis of modern physics that explains the nature and behavior of matter and energy on the atomic and subatomic level. The nature and behavior of matter and energy at that level is sometimes referred to as quantum physics and quantum mechanics.

In 1900, physicist Max Planck presented his quantum theory to the German Physical Society. Planck had sought to discover the reason that radiation from a glowing body changes in color from red, to orange, and, finally, to blue as its temperature rises. He found that by making the assumption that energy existed in individual units in the same way that matter does, rather than just as a constant electromagnetic wave - as had been formerly assumed - and was therefore quantifiable, he could find the answer to his question. The existence of these units became the first assumption of quantum theory.

Planck wrote a mathematical equation involving a figure to represent these individual units of energy, which he called quanta. The equation explained the phenomenon very well; Planck found that at certain discrete temperature levels (exact multiples of a basic minimum value), energy from a glowing body will occupy different areas of the color spectrum. Planck assumed there was a theory yet to emerge from the discovery of quanta, but, in fact, their very existence implied a completely new and fundamental understanding of the laws of nature. Planck won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his theory in 1918, but developments by various scientists over a thirty-year period all contributed to the modern understanding of quantum theory.
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38 / M / Maniwa Japan
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Posted 3/20/15
The usuals. Nothing too fancy. Southern American style sweet iced tea, Green tea with Ginseng and honey, occasionally Earl Grey and Chamomile
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I love all tea <3
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35 / M / Ontario, Canada.
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I have a cup of English breakfast most mornings.
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30 / Albuquerque,NM
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Tea is pretty good, relaxing ;p
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I drink tea everyday in the morning C:
I think its a tea.... Honey/lemon tea ?? I don't know what it is called but *w* its refreshing in morning and gave me energy ^o^ and and its healthy too its good for belly
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29 / F / Jasmine Dragon
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Am I the only person amused by the sudden break in tea discussion for quantum theory?

*sips tea in a sophisticated manner*

And now modern physicists are trying to figure out how to fit gravity into the quantum framework, or alternatively, create a framework that properly contains both. This was the basis for String Theory (or more accurately, the string theories), as well as how the concept of a graviton came into being. I am not sure what the other theoretical models for getting the two to work together are. Does anyone know what the others are?
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I'm not too particular in terms of preference, but I'd say my favorite is that stuff they serve at most (American) Chinese restaurants. I think it's usually a blend of jasmine, and oolong or green tea.

Would have been handy to have tea (or any caffeine really) on hand when studying physics back in the day. The highest-level professor was some former NASA egghead whose idea of teaching consisted of filling the chalkboard with a single equation (three-times-over, the things were so damn long) and mumbling with his back to us.
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43 / M / Dunwich
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Right now I'm drinking iced Da Zhang Select Jasmine green tea. It pairs well with Soylent. In the cupboard I have some Thurbo Estate Darjeeling FTGFOP1, Assam GFOP, China heirloom tea flowers, Formosa Lapsang Souchong,

... and Lipton.

I use a Zojirushi water boiler and Finum tea glasses because convenience is king.
Posted 3/21/15
Why don't they do carbonated tea. I bet carbonated barley tea or sparkly oolong tea would be awesome.
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