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They ultimately decided coming to the bubble and playing televised games would give them the largest platform, though now at least some are wondering if that’s still true.
We’re down here playing in the bubble to do these things for social justice and all that.
So it was that hockey’s return — staged in an antiseptic bubble — involved a scrap.
All 16 teams that make the postseason will play on the same three courts, sans fans, deep inside a disinfected Disney World fortress known as the bubble.
In communities from Chicago to San Diego, parents are forming pandemic pods and microschools — bubbles where small groups of kids can meet and learn together.
IS SCHOOL OUT FOREVER?DANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 9, 2020OZY
The moment was often compared to the dot-com bubble of the 1990s—as was the bust that followed.
Lou Williams left the bubble briefly on Friday and will have to miss two games as part of a 10-day quarantine.
Throw in the fact that they’re entering the bubble as one of the few teams that has yet to confirm a positive coronavirus test, and things would seem to be looking up for them.
If that happens, then at the point in space where that occurs, you get a bubble of this “true” vacuum, this other vacuum state of the universe, forming.
These showed that the changing forces in the ruptured bubble cause changes in the bubble’s internal air pressure.

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