Physics 10 - Lecture 02: Atoms and Heat II Physics 10: Physics for Future Presidents. Spring 2006. Professor Richard A. Muller. The most interesting and important topics in physics, stressing conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events. Topics covered may vary and may include energy and conservation, radioactivity, nuclear physics, the Theory of Relativity, lasers, explosions, earthquakes, superconductors, and quantum physics. [courses] [physics10] [spring2006] Credits: lecturer:Professor Richard A. Muller, producers:Educational Technology Services
Atoms for Peace (FIRST SHOW EVER) play "Harrowdown Hill" at the Echoplex 10/2 "Harrowdown Hill" Atoms for Peace (FIRST SHOW EVER) (Thom Yorke, Flea, Nigel Godrich, Joey Waronker, and Mauro Refosco) October 2, 2009 The Echoplex, Los Angeles, CA HIGH DEF - GOOD AUDIO Video by Eric Horn of West Egg Productions /westeggproductions
Thom Yorke - Atoms For Peace This is the album version of "Atoms For Peace", from the album "The Eraser", which is Thom Yorke's first solo album. No more going to the dark side with your flying saucer eyes No more falling down a wormhole that I have to pull you out The wriggling, squiggling worm inside Devours from the inside out No more talk about the old days It's time for something great I want you to get out And make it work So many lies So many lies So many lies So feel the love come off of them And take me in your arms Peel all of your layers off I want to eat your artichoke heart No more leaky holes in your brain And no false starts I wanna get out And make it work So many lies So many lies So many lies So feel the love come off of them And take me in your arms I wanna get out And make it work I want you to get out And make it work I'll be ok So many lies So many lies So many lies So feel the love come off of them And take me in your arms
Making Molecules with Atoms How do atoms bond to make molecules? How do molecules become the things and substances all around us? Watch and learn.
ATOMS FOR PEACE FOUR TET REMIX
Atom BBC - Illusion of Reality 1/6 Playlist: In this three-part documentary series, Professor Jim Al-Khalili tells the story of one of the greatest scientific discoveries ever: that the material world is made up of atoms. 3. THE ILLUSION OF REALITY Al-Khalili discovers that there might be parallel universes in which different versions of us exist, and finds out that empty space isnt empty at all, but seething with activity.
Quarks: Inside the Atom Matter is all the stuff that we see, feel, and smell around us. By definition, matter has mass and takes up space. Matter includes substances such as water, wood, rock, metal, plastic, and air, as well as countless other materials. All types of matter are made up of tiny particles called atoms. Atoms and the sub-atomic particles they're made of are far too small to be seen, even with the most powerful microscope. Despite this, physicists have developed an understanding of the structure of these particles through experimentation and indirect observation.
Scientists: Atom-smasher Won't Bring Armageddon TechnologyScientists: Atom-smasher Won't Bring ArmageddonScientists: Atom-smasher Won't Bring ArmageddonThe Associated PressThe most powerful atom-smasher ever built could make some bizarre discoveries after it is switched on in August. But some critics fear the Large Hadron Collider could exceed physicists' wildest conjectures. (June 28)[Notes:Dateline: MEYRIN, Switzerland] It's being called the largest scientific experiment in history ...And some say one that **could** cause Armageddon.This five-point-eight billion-dollar machine is designed to break up atoms ...It's called the Large Hadron Collider or LHC ... An underground tunnel 17 miles wide ... Attached to several particle detectors the size of office buildings. Those detectors will look for signs of invisible dark matter ... a so-far undiscovered particle smaller than the atom....one scientists believe gives matter mass.But critics say this mammoth machine **could** destroy the world.That's because ... By the end of the summer ... the Collider is scheduled to generate energies seven times higher than any other machine in history. [Notes:SOUNDBITE Lyn Evans, LHC project leader, CERN: "I think, obviously, we have no concerns at all, there is a huge community of scientists who know what they are talking about and are sleeping quite soundly concerning the LHC. But nevertheless, this creates problems in the general public who are seriously concerned, and we have to answer to that."]Concerns that these scientists don't ...
Pets Teach Science: 16 golden retrievers explain atoms A crack team of PhD-trained golden retrievers illustrate the structure of atoms - the particles that make up everything around you. They also show how atoms are weirder than you might think.
Atoms and the Periodic Table (1 of 15) Episode 1 of In Search of Giants: Dr Brian Cox takes us on a journey through the history of particle physics. In this episode we learn that the Greeks knew about atoms and how Mendeleyev's periodic table was among the first clues that the atom had a deeper structure. This film is part of a series originally broadcast on Teachers' TV (www.teachers.tv The series was made with the support of The Science and Technology Facilities Council (). - Official UK LHC website for public and schools. - School resources on the LHC, how science works and particle physics. Films produced and directed by Alom Shaha ().
Introduction to the atom The atom, proton, neutron and electron
Show Me Science - Atoms and Elements All ordinary matter in the universe is made up of protons, neutrons and electrons combined in different kinds of atoms to form elements, and as such, they cannot be simplified or chemically broken into smaller pieces. This episode of the Show Me Science series, Atoms and Elements takes a look at these building blocks and how they can be combined, through various chemical processes to create compounds. Viewers will also learn how we produce elements out of natural occurring materials, and see a reality based experiment showing how forensic scientists identify basic materials to prove or disprove evidence against possible criminals. To order this and hundreds of other terrific educational titles, go to
Sugar Mouse by Oh, Atoms Oh, Atoms single Sugar Mouse was featured at the end of the film Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging. In their first music video, a homage to the children's TV show Fingerbobs, we see the mouse escape from the show and run rampant around the streets of London searching for sugar, whilst back in the studio the presenter deals with the loss of his hand.
"The Ring of Truth: Atoms" featuring chef Kin Jing Mark A clip from Philip Morrison's 1987 PBS program "The Ring of Truth: Atoms" featuring chef Kin Jing Mark making noodles to demonstrate the principle of halving.
A is for Atom - Part 2 Animated classic presenting what an atom is, how energy is released from certain kinds of atoms, the peacetime uses of atomic energy and the byproducts of nuclear fission. Source: www.open- Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5
A Is For Atom (1952) Although the "Atoms for Peace" campaign was formally launched in 1957, corporate America began to promote peaceful uses of atomic energy as early as the first few months after Hiroshima. A Is For Atom, an artifact of this effort, takes this highly loaded and threatening issue straight to the public in an attempt to "humanize" the figure of the atom. A Is For Atom speaks of five atomic "giants" which "man has released from within the atom's heart": the warrior and destroyer, the farmer, the healer, the engineer and the research worker. Each is pictured as a majestic, shimmering outline figure towering over the earth. "But all are within man's power Ñ subject to his command," says the narrator reassuringly, and our future depends "on man's wisdom, on his firmness in the use of that power." General Electric, a long-time manufacturer of electric appliances, power generation plants, and nuclear weapon components, is staking a claim here, asserting their interest in managing and exploiting this new and bewildering technology. Its pitch: this is powerful, frightening, near-apocalyptic technology, but managed with firmness, it can be profitable and promising. This "Trust us with the control of technology, and we'll give you progress without end" pitch resembles what we've seen in films like General Motors' To New Horizons (on the Ephemeral Films disc). But the automobile, of course, wasn't a weapon of mass destruction. In its first two years of release, A Is For Atom was seen by ...
Atoms About atoms.
Atoms vs. Ions The following episode looks at comparing the neutral form of an atom and the charged form of the atom. In other words what is the difference between and atom and an ion. We look at the positively charged metal Cations and the negatively charged non-metal Anions. Download this episode for free from iTunes by typing in the search window "PapaPodcasts". Mr. P
Top Gear - Ariel Atom - BBC Jeremy Clarkson challenges the Ariel Atom to prove more fun than a motorbike - with astounding results. The speed is unlike any car or motorcycle on the road today, Top Gear investigates! Watch more Top Gear from BBC Worldwide here:
IBM NANOTECHNOLOGY VERY COOL! Moving Individual Atoms with Tuning Forks for Memory Storage
Physics 10 - Lecture 01: Atoms and Heat Physics 10: Physics for Future Presidents. Spring 2006. Professor Richard A. Muller. The most interesting and important topics in physics, stressing conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events. Topics covered may vary and may include energy and conservation, radioactivity, nuclear physics, the Theory of Relativity, lasers, explosions, earthquakes, superconductors, and quantum physics. [courses] [physics10] [spring2006] Credits: lecturer:Professor Richard A. Muller, producers:Educational Technology Services
Thom Yorke - Latitude Festival 2009 - Atoms For Peace Here is a video I taped at the Latitude Festival in England on the 19th of July 2009, it's Thom Yorke singing Atoms For Peace, a track from his solo album The Eraser. I was at the very first row of the crowd with a Panasonic Lumix TZ7 (720p with stabilized 12x zoom). As you can notice I had some difficulties to be stable at the beginning of the song because of all the photographers, and besides I also had my cellphone in my other hand with a friend on the line (same friend who told me about the festival but couldn't come).
Structure of the Atom 6: The Wave Mechanical Model better sound quality- Another dated yet informative video describing the wave mechanical model. More vids- More info-
Physics of Superheroes 4 - The Atom's Blooper Still more super-science! Dr. Jim Kakalios reveals the TRUE super-power of physicists!
Structure of the Atom 5: Spectra Another video from the Structure of the Atom series regarding Spectra (video quality reduced due to resolution of source video being 160x120). Source- More info-
Noah and The Whale - 2 Atoms In A Molecule From there debut album 'Peaceful, The World Lays Me Down'
Carl Sagan on atoms, the googol, and the googolplex Atoms, the googol, and the googolplex. Carl Sagan explains how numbers such as one-thousand, one-million, one-billion, and so are expressed in scientific notation. The googol is a 1 followed by 100 zeroes. This clip comes from Carl Sagan's Cosmos episode 9, "The Lives of the Stars."
Thom Yorke and Atoms For Peace - Cymbal Rush - Citi Wang Theatre Boston 2010-04-08 HD plz watch in HD; if you like to compare this one from the one I taped in New York :-) very different - and a different angle too. Enjoy!
Thom Yorke. Atoms for Peace Music Video
"The Ring of Truth: Atoms" featuring Julia Child One of two clips from Philip Morrison's 1987 PBS program "The Ring of Truth: Atoms" featuring Julia Child as an "applied biochemist" who uses her "artistry" to isolate pure carbon in a rather amusing way.
The Atom Song A Song about Atomic Structure Written by Mike Offutt
Quantum Mechanics: The Structure Of Atoms Science & Reason on Facebook: Quantum Mechanics (Chapter 2): The Structure Of Atoms. --- Subscribe to Science & Reason: • • • • --- 1. A Brief History Of Quantum Mechanics 2. The Structure Of Atoms 3. Wave Function And Wave-Particle Duality 4. The Uncertainty Principle 5. The Spin Of Fundamental Particles 6. Quantum Entanglement --- Atomic Structure It was during the early decades of the 19th century that the structure of atoms was coming into focus. It was known for example that a hydrogen atom contained one proton and one electron. But the scientists of the time could think of no stable arrangement of the two particles. It was known that protons in any atom were grouped in a small central region called the nucleus and that the electrons were somehow arranged at comparatively large distances outside the nucleus. But, in hydrogen, if the electron were stationary, it would fall into the nucleus since the charges on the particles would cause them to attract one another. Yet the electron couldnt be in an orbit circling the nucleus either. Circular motion requires constant acceleration of the circling body to keep it from flying away. But the electron has charge and charged particles radiate light when they are accelerating. So an electron in a circular orbit would radiate light and would spiral into the nucleus. Bohr Atom Niels Bohr ...
Massive Attack - Splitting the Atom (Official Video) Directed by Edouard Salier; produced by Scream Park; post-production by Digital District
Eureka! Episode 22 - Atoms This program explains that molecules are made up of atoms. In pure metals, all the atoms are arranged separately in a lattice-work pattern, but in most non-metals, liquids, and gases, the atoms are bunched together intomolecules.
Feynman 'Fun to Imagine' 1: Jiggling Atoms Physicist Richard Feynman thinks aloud about atoms and how they jiggle, and how we perceive that jiggling as 'hot' and 'cold'. From the BBC TV series 'Fun to Imagine'(1983). You can now watch higher quality versions of some of these episodes at /archive/feynman/
Thom Yorke and Atoms For Peace - ATOMS FOR PEACE - Citi Wang Theatre Boston 2010-04-08 HD about time we post the 'title' song :-)
Atoms For Peace @ Fuji Rock '10 - Give Up The Ghost (Thom Yorke Solo) new song. not its debut but still fresh in our minds.
Programming Bits and Atoms Google Tech Talks October 24, 2008 ABSTRACT Computer science serves to isolate programs (and programmers) from knowledge of the underlying mechanisms used to manipulate information, however it will not be possible to maintain this fiction in the approaching limit in which the number of information-bearing degrees of freedom in a computer becomes comparable to the number of physical ones. I will explore the implications of aligning these physical and computational descriptions for improving the performance, scalability, and ultimately the relevance of information technologies for some of the grandest global challenges. Examples will be drawn from work on conformal computing, interdevice internetworking, and digital fabrication. Speaker: Neil Gershenfeld Prof. Neil Gershenfeld is the Director of MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms. His unique laboratory is breaking down boundaries between the digital and physical worlds, from creating molecular quantum computers to virtuosic musical instruments. Technology from his lab has been seen and used in settings including New York's Museum of Modern Art and rural Indian villages, the White House and the World Economic Forum, inner-city community centers and automobile safety systems, Las Vegas shows and Sami herds. He is the author of numerous technical publications, patents, and books including Fab, When Things Start To Think, The Nature of Mathematical Modeling, and The Physics of Information Technology, and has been featured in media ...
NOVA scienceNOW | Amazing Atoms | PBS Throw away your textbooks. Here is the latest, atomically correct, version of our old friend, the atom. Don't miss the new season of NOVA scienceNOW, airing every Wednesday starting June 25 on PBS. Watch past episodes of the program, try out interactives, and more on our Web site: NOVA is produced by WGBH in Boston. Funding for NOVA scienceNOW is provided by Pfizer, the National Science Foundation, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and public television viewers.
The Space Between Atoms The Space Between Atoms You wouldn't know it to look at it, but the atoms that make up a solid piece of iron contain more space than stuff. How is it then that the whole world doesn't just crumble around us? This video segment adapted from A Science Odyssey uses models, vivid descriptions, and ***ogies to explain the structural integrity of matter at the atomic level.