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NAMM '11 - Fishman Fission Bass Powerchord FX Demo PG's Joe Coffey is On Location at the 2011 NAMM Show where he swings by the Fishman booth. In this segment, we check out their newest stompbox created for bassists--the Fission Bass Powerchord FX. Fission Bass lets any bassist lay down beds of power by adding stacked harmonies over their bass lines. Through an intuitive set of controls and footswitches, several combinations of octaves, 4th and 5th above the root note combine to produce powerchords or octave-up effects. The four footswitch LEDs give you visible indication of the selected harmony. When the effect is off, the LEDs dim making it easy to set up a harmony before you kick on the chord. It's also a multi-effect pedal with up to 3 voices of harmony, adjustable noise gate, overdrive, tone and effect level. This power-effect combo gives you creative control over anything from subtle octaves to thick, grinding effects that even your guitar player will envy. Housed in a lightweight, yet sturdy metal enclosure, Fission Bass uses state-of-the-art 32-bit signal processing and 24-bit audio conversion. Its monophonic input accepts a wide range of pickups. The mix output is perfect for single amp operation and an effect-only output for feeding a dedicated guitar amp. Featues * Creates stacked harmonies above the root note: o Octave up o 4th & Octave up o Octave & 5th up o Octave up, 5th up & 2nd octave up * Unique footswitch LEDs let you 'see' the harmony before you kick it on * Noise Gate control ...
Physics - Radioactivity: Fission and Fusion This is the 3rd lesson in the series, "Radioactivity." This lesson examines how scientists discovered two types of nuclear reactions: fusion and fission. Nuclear fusion takes place when two nuclei join or fuse together and release large amounts of energy. Nuclear fission takes place when the nucleus of a large atom is split into two smaller parts. Energy is also released in this reaction. Source: Mindset Network
Fission And Fusion ... Physics (Chapter 1): Fission And Fusion. --- Please SUBSCRIBE to Science & Reason: • • • --- Consider the earth and a rocket ship which are bound together by gravity. If it takes work or energy to pull them apart, then the binding energy is the amount of energy it takes to completely separate them. Similarly the binding energy in a nucleus is the amount of energy it takes to completely separate the protons and neutrons, (collectively called nucleons.) There are two forces acting inside the nucleus of atoms. The nuclear force -- a residuum of the strong force that holds quarks together -- is pulling the neutrons and protons together -- and the electric charge on the protons is pushing them apart. The strong force is a lot stronger than the electric force at short ranges up to two and a half times the proton diameter, but at larger distances the electric force dominates. This increase in binding energy continues until we get to iron and nickel where the nucleus has about 60 nucleons in it. At this point, the nucleus has a radius more than two and a half nucleons wide, which you remember is the range at which the repulsive ElectroMagnetic Force begins to dominate.. . So as we add nucleons past this point the electric force trying to tear the nucleus apart starts winning and each added nucleon is a little less-tightly bound. --- The Cassiopeia Project is an effort to make high quality science videos ...
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Physical Science 7.5a - Nuclear Fission - Part 1 The fission of Uranium 235. The discovery of nuclear fission, and a description of what is happening in the nucleus when the atom splits.
Bacterial a***ual reproduction (binary fission) Illustration of the binary fission process
Binary Fission Science Help at Brightstorm! The process of binary fission.
Binding Energy, Fission and the Strong Nuclear Force Cassiopeia Project St. Mary's Physics Online www.stmary.ws
What is Fission Nuclear fission is what we call nuclei splitting up. That's it for starters. When they do though, lots of energy is released, and, generally, some neutrons, and it is these neutrons that will continue to make more fission reactions if they are allowed to be absorbed by other big nuclei nearby. When these multiple reactions happen, one caused by the other, we say a 'chain reaction' is happening.
Physical Science 7.5b - Nuclear Fission - Part 2 The splitting of a Uranium nucleus, the consequent release of energy, Einstein's equation E=mc^2, and nuclear chain reactions.
A lab representation of nuclear fission A model of an accelerated neutron colliding with a nucleas of uranium-235 setting off a chain reaction. Source- sci2
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Nuclear Fission - Atomic Bombs & Power Plants Otto Hahn discovered the nuclear fission and paved the way for atomic bombs like these thrown on Hiroshima and Nagasaki as well as nuclear plants like Chernobyl and Fukushima.
Binary fission in Amoeba Check us out at Binary fission is a***ual; the organism splits directly into two equal -sized offsprings,each with a copy of the parent's genetic material. Binary fission is a common type of reproduction in single-celled organisms. 1) Chromsome is replicated 2) The Chromsome Splits into Daughter Strands 3) Cytokinesis splits the Amoeba into two daughters. This process is the cytoplam concaving (pinching) together on the equatorial line 4) Two Amoebas with identical DNA
Fission vs. Fusion Nukes Educational video showing the difference between fission and fusion nuclear bombs.
Chemistry Music Video 9: Nuclear Power To The People This song describes the process of nuclear fission and that of nuclear fusion and explains where the energy comes from in each process. All music and lyrics copyright 2005 by Mark Rosengarten. All rights reserved. Lyrics: Einstein postulated, in reactions nuclear The Laws of Conservation had boundaries that blur Energy was given off, more than was its share The equation that he got? E equals mc squared! FISSION! FISSION! SPLIT APART! LOTS OF POWER AT ITS HEART! If you shoot a neutron thats moving somewhat slow Uranium two-thirty-five can pick it up and blow It splits the nucleus into two smaller nuclei And give off three more neutrons, just watch those suckers fly! If those neutrons hit more U-235s (once a moderator has slowed them down to size) Then a chain reaction starts, things will get real hot Put in the control rods if you want that not! The heat thats given off is used in power plants That actually makes most of the electricity in France It powers aircraft carriers and also submarines If not for radioactive waste it would be the stuff of dreams Fissions when you split apart an atom of great size Hit it hard and get a bunch of smaller nucleis Fusions what you get when two small nuclei combine Both give off lots of energy, according to Einstein FUSION! FUSION! LIKE THE SUN! ENERGY FOR EVERYONE! Hydrogen has isotopes like deuterium When they come together they can make a helium The process does create lots of energy from mass But to make this sucker work, it must be ...
Fission and Fusion An explanation of how fission and fusion work
Nuclear Fission A 3D animation of nuclear fission that I and two other people made for an animation class using Maya and After Effects.
Wasteland Weekend Presents: The Fission Family Wasteland Weekend is a 4-day post-apocalyptic festival in the Southern California desert, September 27-30th, 2012. The event is heavily inspired by the Mad Max trilogy, as well as other post-apocalyptic films and video games like Fallout. In this 1950's-styled animated promo, Mr. Fission comes home to his wife and finds out about Wasteland Weekend. You can find out more and buy tickets at Or /wastelandweekend
Mousetrap Fission An array of 138 mousetraps are set off in a chain reaction. Ping-pong balls help visualize both neutrons and the release of energy. Shot in 600 fps and 1000 fps. Thanks to Rob for letting us use the camera. For more details on our setup see sciencedemonstrations.fas.harvard.edu Like us on Facebook!
Fission and Fusion Check out Fission and Fusion and find out how we can get energy both from splitting an atom and from joining them together!
Fatherson - Gone Fission (2010) "Gone Fission" is taken from Fatherson's 2010 release, "Where The Water Meets The Land." I don't own this music. Support the artist and buy it.
Physics Nuclear fission E=mc² Nuclear fission is a nuclear reaction in which the nucleus of an atom splits into smaller parts, often producing free neutrons and lighter nuclei, which may eventually produce photons (in the form of gamma rays). Fission of heavy elements is an exothermic reaction which can release large...
Binary fission Euglena This is a few minutes of the late stages of euglena undergoing binary fission. Flagellate formed, but animals moved away before final separation occurred
NUCLEAR FISSION HOBBY CENTER I guess I'll just have to greenscreen myself onto the next video we retsupurae. THINGS THAT ARE WRONG: -Majority of footage is not 720p and is upscaled -Some stuff is overexposed -Stop using Magic Bullet color correction presets -Fake vignette. Why does a videogame review need a vignette? -00:05 SNES footage upscaled and also converted to an aspect ratio the game does not display in. There's also an UNREGISTERED HYPERCAM 2 watermark. -If you're going to upscale *** then you might as well have some consistency. Borderlands footage is column-boxed and takes up a tiny portion of the screen. -Why do you need a thirty second long intro? -00:30 Nice keyframing. Good job zooming in on your logo, I can't see the compression at all! Also it's stretched at the beginning for some reason. -EPIC MUSIC. Seriously, you're talking about videogames. If you're going to use ridiculous music then you might as well act enthused so it matches. -You're recording with a pretty expensive high-end consumer camera and yet your footage looks kinda washed out. -I'm assuming you are meant to be the focus in the shot, but the giant fake TV right in the middle of the screen is pretty distracting! -You use a boom mic attached to the shoe of your camera and yet your sound is pretty awful. Listen to that echo! -Okami came out 5 years ago! The Wii version used in the review seriously came out 2 years ago. -INTUITIVE BORDERS are really dumb. You don't need to have your names circled when you are talking ...
Fission Mailed A classic scene from Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty for ps2. The game acts as if you've been killed, but the "Mission Failed" is replaced with "Fission Mailed" and you're still playing the game in the small viewing window. Explaining for those who haven't gotten this far. You just entered the virus into Big Shell, which corrupted any electrical device in the structure. With the Skull Suit and fake blood Raiden was sporting, he was getting effected as well, which messed with his perspective of real and fake. The Metal Gears have always been known for their mind-boggling death simulations. Any *** fans who have played mgs3 would know with the river scene.
How Nuclear Fission Works This is a video illustration of how nuclear fission works http genesismission.4 http
Nuclear Fission and Radiation Protection - 1st of 4 related videos Combating climate change and ensuring sufficient and sustainable energy sources: these are our century's two main energy-related goals. Nuclear research aims to help find economically and environmentally sustainable solutions to the challenges of realising these goals. The European Union is funding the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) to the tune of 2.7 billion euros for the period 2007 - 2011.
Binding Energy and Fission This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archives Producer: Sutherland (John) Productions Sponsor: General Electric Company www.stmary.ws Creative Commons license: Public Domain
Nuclear Fission In nuclear fission, an unstable atom splits into two or more smaller pieces that are more stable, and releases energy in the process. The fission process also releases extra neutrons, which can then split additional atoms, resulting in a chain reaction that releases a lot of energy. There are also ways to modulate and soak up the neutrons.
Guitar Lesson - Chris Buono - Funk Fission - Pogo Stick - Riff Breakdown FULL COURSE, TAB, JAM TRACKS: truefire.at More Free Guitar Lessons - bit.ly On Twitter - On Facebook - In this first breakdown take notice of the precedent being set: There is much attention given to detail. This is necessary given the nature of complexity these riffs possess and the fact that if one single 16th note component is missing the entire riff will be off-balance and will not sound as intended. Though, that could be a good thing! As you look at the charts its very important youre aware of the symbols used in-between the notation and tablature staves as they instruct you when to apply the techniques discussed throughout the Basics section. For a refresher, refer to the legend below: (insert symbol) - downstroke with the pick (insert symbol) - upstroke with the pick PP palm punch P1 pick hand 1st finger P2 pick hand 2nd finger P3 pick hand 3rd finger P4 pick hand 4th finger TS pick hand thumb slap FS fret hand finger smack TM pick hand thumb mute While were at it, lets clear up a potentially confusing scenario with regards to the plethora of xs used in notation and how I utilize them: When you see xs in the notation and tab staves it can mean two things. First, in the case of Pogo Stick and the riffs to follow they are used to indicate palm punches (PP) and muted notes that are popped through hybrid picking. In regards to the former, be sure to pay close attention to what groups of strings should be hit when making the punches ...
Nuclear Fission Animated Neutron slams into the nucleus of a heavy element which causes a nuclear fission creating two ligher elements (fission products) and more free neutrons. These free neutrons are absorbed by other heavy elements which creates a chain reaction. --- It's Never too Late to Study --- Notice This video is copyright by its respectful owners. The website address on the video does not mean anything. ---
Fission Science Help at Brightstorm! How radioactive substances undergo fission to reach more stable states.
Nuclear Fission Chain Reaction.mov (Mouse Traps and Ping Pong Balls) Learn more about Concept Schools at This was an assignment for AP Chemistry class at Horizon Science Academy Cleveland high school ( ). The students collaborated with the school's video club in order to make the movie. There are only about 300 traps with 600 balls in this video. We plan on going bigger soon. Special Thanks to Tomcat () for donating the mouse traps and for donating the balls. We couldn't have done this without your support. Several Fingers were harmed in the making of this video. All music is from iMovie '09. Thank you for watching. "charter school" concept schools "concept schools" Education teaching creative, Mouse traps, Mousetraps, Ping Pong Balls, Tomcat, , science, experiment, not rebecca black, kids with talent.
Phyrid - Nuclear Fission Song: Nuclear Fission Artist: Phyrid Genre: Dubstep ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe to his channel: Like Phyrid on Facebook: Follow Phyrid on Soundcloud: Follow Phyrid on Twitter: IMPORTANT: If you want to use Phyrid's music for COMMERCIAL videos (via Google AdSense) just contact with him so you can get the rights for commercial use! (Don't be shy and ask). If you want to use this song in your non-commercial videos, you MUST put the following in the description: "Song: Phyrid - Nuclear Fission Phyrid's Channel: " ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Our Twitter: Our Facebook: Download ByeByeCopyright's Official Intro:
Fission vs. Fusion - Instant Egghead In an energy-hungry world, nuclear fission and fusion are often mentioned as alternatives to fossil fuels. But which one is better? In this episode, Scientific American's Michael Moyer melts down the facts to get at the core of the issue. For our latest videos visit the Scientific American video page or subscribe via RSS
Cassiopeia Project - Physics - Fission And Fusion This is a collection of unrelated short videos in the field of physics. ...Don't know what an isotope is? ...Much less how carbon-four*** difers from carbon-twelve? Well let us show you how carbon-four*** can tell you how long ago something died! And if that doesn't whet your apetite, ask yourself how we can get energy both from splitting atoms and from joining them together! This was not made by myself. It was made by the Cassiopeia Project. "The Cassiopeia Project is an effort ot make science education videos available for free to anyone who wants them. We believe that if you ca visualise it, then understanding is not far behind. Teachers and stufdents are particularly welcome to use these materials." I want to make clear they say nothing about people who are not teachers and students not being allowed to use this, so I think I'm okay. They also have a youtube channel with all this. Please rate and comment.
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Fission is the new fire Google Tech Talks April 16,2007 ABSTRACT There are many common misconceptions about nuclear power that can be proven to be false, even among people with a variety of opinions. For example, it is often stated that nuclear power plants are very large and cost at least a couple of billion dollars. However, ever since there have been nuclear power plants, there have been some that have been small enough to fit inside submarines. One of those submarines is only 12 feet in diameter and could fit on half of a football field. It has also been said that nuclear power plants must operate at a nearly constant power level, yet they can power both submarines and aircraft carriers through extreme maneuvers....
Nuclear Physics 10: Electrical Energy from Fission A dated yet informative video looking at the Fission Process (the video appears to cut short but it seems concise enough). More vids- A blog summary for fission/fusion mass-energy conversion- More info-