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Video and Interactive Media: Physics and Science




 
John HagelinWindow's Media VideoDr. John Hagelin on the Unified Field  (Window’s Media)
{1 hour}

John Hagelin, Ph.D. is a world-renowned quantum physicist, educator, author, and public policy expert. Dr. Hagelin has conducted pioneering research at CERN (the European Center for Particle Physics) and SLAC (the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center) and is responsible for the development of a highly successful grand unified field theory based on the Superstring.

TIP 1: If the link above does not stream well through your computer, try clicking here as it originates from a different server. If your connection is really fast and functions well, you may enjoy clicking here, as it contains the best, largest, highest-resolution version of Dr. John Hagelin’s presentation.

TIP 2: When you find the time to watch this hour-long video, enlarge the picture so that it fills your monitor’s window and stand back a little. Doing so makes for a more comfortable viewing experience, and allows the graphics to be seen more clearly.

CREDIT: This movie is found on the Hagelin.org website.

Dr. Naomi HalasVideoProfile of Dr. Naomi Halas
{8 minutes}

This is an inspirational story of a woman who’s at the crest of the wave in fields of science and technology. Professor Naomi Halas is a pioneering nanotechnologist bent on seeing practical applications for her work — and soon! She is interested in the rational design of nanoscale optical devices which exploit the plasmon resonant properties of ultra small metal structures to focus and manipulate light. This work combines electromagnetic theory with nanofabrication tools developed largely from chemistry.

CREDITS: This movie is playing from the NOVA Science Now section of the PBS website. More info: Halas Nanophotonics Group at Rice University.

Nanoshell reflecting blue lightFlash VideoWorking With Nanoshells  (Flash)
{2 minutes}

This is an interactive image that highlights Halas — inventor of the ultra-miniscule gold-encased spheres called nanoshells — and her lab’s groundbreaking work.

CREDITS: This movie is playing from the NOVA Science Now section of the PBS website.

The different colors of quantum dots provide a powerful tool for labeling and monitoring multiple cells and molecules simultaneously.Flash VideoCancer Nanotech  (Flash)
{2 to 6 minutes ... depending on your involvement}

Structures smaller than a single red blood cell could revolutionize cancer diagnosis and treatment. This is an interactive slide show.

CREDITS: This movie is playing from the NOVA Science Now section of the PBS website.

Physicist David DeutschWindow's Media VideoLecturer 1: Quantum Computation by physicist David Deutsch  (Window’s Media)
{53 minutes, lecture 1 of 6, © David Deutsch}

TIP: If the link above does not quickly begin streaming and playing the movie through your browser, try clicking here, as the coding to this link makes it stream differently. If neither of those make the movie stream spontaneously, try clicking here.

This nearly hour-long movie is a fascinating introduction to quantum physics, the quantum theory of computation, the multiverse (parallel universes), physical systems, observations, and the simplest quantum physical system: the qubit (quantum bit).

“There’s an overall unity and simplicity to the quantum world. ... It’s a beautiful theory, but more to the point: it's how the world is. You and I are a collections of — not just particles of particular positions at each instant, but of matrices — walking around, performing measurements, perceiving the world and ourselves. You may not want to be a bunch of matrices ... I quite like the idea. But either way, we have no choice. If we want to understand the physical world at the deepest level currently known to human beings, it has to be by quantum theory. I hope you want to do that.” — David Deutsch

MOVIE CREDITS: This movie is playing from the Quiprocone website. LINKS: Website of David Deutsch on the Qubit.org website. He heads the Centre for Quantum Computation at the University of Oxford. And here is a bio of David Deutsch on The Third Culture section of The Edge website.
 

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