Skip to comments.Symphony of Science - the Quantum World [Turn up the Volume!!!]
Posted on 09/07/2011 5:17:52 PM PDT by rickmichaels
This is seriously cool...
You Tube: A musical investigation into the nature of atoms and subatomic particles
It is indeed cool! Thanks for the link. I emailed it to all my geek friends.. Real science will never be forgotton, only expanded upon and one day, man will master the ultimate force... gravity.
bump for later
yEA, Well we haven't mastered the others yet.
Please explain the force behind magnetic attraction...
?? Aside from gravity being the weakest of the subatomic interactions, what of the other forces has man "mastered" and what does it mean to master them?
one day, man will master the ultimate force... gravity
I must be prejudiced, but when I saw that “black” Nelson Mandela-Loving libtard narrating the thing, I got turned off immediately. Guess I’ll have to get over it.
Mastering them means to control them. Gravitation based inter-stellar drives will make space exploration possible. Gravity allows for the formation of everything from quarks to galaxies. I for one would like an anti-gravity chair, so I could sit here for days without getting sore! I am a firm believer in the theory that if you can imagine something, it does exist. The conservation of mass and energy applies also to thoughts. Ideas come from somewhere, and if somewhere, they exist.
Whoa! Now that’s real attraction for you! And I was actually happy tonight until your picture stirred up a bunch of mud at the bottom on my id.. thanks!
Expressed by Robert Heinlein in "Number of the Beast."
Wow, yeah, it is. Thanks.
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and it's legal :-)
Really . . . embracing fully the murderous and vicious Nelson Mandela? Wow! That's conservative!
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