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"Physics of Skydiving" talk in Chicago, Thursday.

 


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 2, 2005, 8:23 AM
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In case anyone is in the vicinity, the IIT Physics Colloquium tomorrow is on "The Physics of Skydiving". Time 3:30PM, REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.

Speaker - me.Smile

I can't wait to hear what I have to sayCrazy


craichead  (A 44019)

Feb 2, 2005, 9:04 AM
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Psst, Professor...

A location, specifically an address, would help. Wink Is it at 3101 S Dearborn?

AndyMan and I would go, but we have to be at work. Unsure

_Pm


happythoughts  (D License)

Feb 2, 2005, 10:00 AM
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Is this going to be the chapter entitled "Differences in riding around inside the plane vs attached to the outside" ? Angelic

Laugh


metalslug  (B 2528)

Feb 2, 2005, 10:06 AM
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Will it include the physics of beer drinking? Beer!
...coz that part was missing from your Powerpoint presentation.Laugh


sirenoremac  (C 34757)

Feb 2, 2005, 11:03 AM
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The lecture will be held Thursday, February 3, at 3:35 p.m. in the Life Sciences building, room 111.

Main Campus
3300 South federal Street
Chicago, Illinois 60616-3793
312.567.3000




Eric Cameron


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 2, 2005, 12:13 PM
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Is this going to be the chapter entitled "Differences in riding around inside the plane vs attached to the outside" ? Angelic

Laugh

Falling off the floater bar will NOT be covered.


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 2, 2005, 12:15 PM
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Will it include the physics of beer drinking? Beer!
...coz that part was missing from your Powerpoint presentation.Laugh

That's another class. The physics of bubble formation in beer is really quite interesting. Have you noticed some (like Guinness) have little gizmos in the bottles to promote proper bubble formation?


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 2, 2005, 12:16 PM
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The lecture will be held Thursday, February 3, at 3:35 p.m. in the Life Sciences building, room 111.

Main Campus
3300 South federal Street
Chicago, Illinois 60616-3793
312.567.3000


The Life Sciences building is on the southwest corner of 31st and State.

All are welcome.



Eric Cameron


Ron

Feb 2, 2005, 1:15 PM
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This could be interesting.....

To bad I'm in sunny FL.

Next trip down maybe we can get the "bar" version?


JohnRich  (D License)

Feb 2, 2005, 1:45 PM
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In case anyone is in the vicinity, the IIT Physics Colloquium tomorrow is on "The Physics of Skydiving". Time 3:30PM, REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.

I wish I was in the area to attend.

Questions:
1) What's "IIT"?
2) What the heck is a "colloquium"?
3) And most importantly, what kind of refreshments? <grin>


Unparagoned  (C 104563)

Feb 2, 2005, 2:02 PM
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Sounds interesting. I would love to come but the damn banks won't increase my overdraft and my credit card companies won't do give me a reasonable limit either. So being a poor student with no money to fly over to the US, would you be able to record(audio or video) the lecture and stick it on a website for me to download?


craichead  (A 44019)

Feb 2, 2005, 2:29 PM
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Questions:
1) What's "IIT"?
2) What the heck is a "colloquium"?
3) And most importantly, what kind of refreshments? <grin>

1) Illinois Institute of Technology
2) Dictionaries are great resources Tongue
3) Hmm, I'm wondering this, too...

_Pm


headoverheels  (D License)

Feb 2, 2005, 5:41 PM
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The physics of bubble formation in beer is really quite interesting. Have you noticed some (like Guinness) have little gizmos in the bottles to promote proper bubble formation?

You can also use the example of the bubbles to discuss velocity saturation of carriers in semiconductors.


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 2, 2005, 6:50 PM
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The physics of bubble formation in beer is really quite interesting. Have you noticed some (like Guinness) have little gizmos in the bottles to promote proper bubble formation?

You can also use the example of the bubbles to discuss velocity saturation of carriers in semiconductors.

Beer I can relate to skydiving. Semiconductor physics is a bit of a stretch.Unimpressed


relyon  (D 18973)

Feb 2, 2005, 8:03 PM
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... The physics of bubble formation in beer is really quite interesting. Have you noticed some (like Guinness) have little gizmos in the bottles to promote proper bubble formation?

Most beer contains only dissolved carbon dioxide. Guinness adds nitrogen as well.

Bob


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 3, 2005, 9:29 AM
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... The physics of bubble formation in beer is really quite interesting. Have you noticed some (like Guinness) have little gizmos in the bottles to promote proper bubble formation?

Most beer contains only dissolved carbon dioxide. Guinness adds nitrogen as well.

Bob

That's because it needs to stay gaseous to assist in bubble nucleation. If they added CO2 in their gizmo, it would dissolve. N2 is (effectively) insoluble.


Vallerina  (C License)

Feb 3, 2005, 9:38 AM
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Grrr...I thought I was going to be able to make it, but I have some work to do. Frown I'd have to leave here by 2:30, and I just don't see that happening. Booo! It sounds interesting!


turtlespeed

Feb 3, 2005, 9:53 AM
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So since farts are mostly nitrogen - should we conclude that Guiness makes us fart?


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 3, 2005, 10:15 AM
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So since farts are mostly nitrogen - should we conclude that Guiness makes us fart?

I think you need a biologist rather than a physicist...


Premier Remster  (C License)

Feb 3, 2005, 10:35 AM
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So since farts are mostly nitrogen - should we conclude that Guiness makes us fart?

So is air, so we could conclude that air makes us fart..Wink


Have a good talk John!


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 4, 2005, 3:37 PM
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So since farts are mostly nitrogen - should we conclude that Guiness makes us fart?

So is air, so we could conclude that air makes us fart..Wink


Have a good talk John!


Stop breathing for a couple of hours and see if it cures the farting.

Well, I got an invite to repeat the talk at a local high school "Year of Physics" event so I suppose it went OK.

I'll prolly post the Powerpoint on my web site over the weekend in case anyone wants to use it.


JohnRich  (D License)

Feb 6, 2005, 11:51 AM
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2) What the heck is a "colloquium"?

2) Dictionaries are great resources

Ahhh, so it's nothing more than just a presentation, but "colloquium" sounds so much more important!


kallend  (D 23151)

Feb 7, 2005, 11:36 AM
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2) What the heck is a "colloquium"?

2) Dictionaries are great resources

Ahhh, so it's nothing more than just a presentation, but "colloquium" sounds so much more important!

Well, it is more important, by virtue of the fact that the attendees know what it means.



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