Have you ever seen an atom?

Have you ever seen an atom?

Have you ever seen at atom? Seeing as everything is made of them, you have. But have you ever seen one on its own? Over time, microscopes have become more and more powerful, allowing us to see deeper into the world of the ultra-small. Traditional light microscopes can be used to see things like these

Why You Can Never Reach the Speed of Light: A Visualization of Special Relativity

Why You Can Never Reach the Speed of Light: A Visualization of Special Relativity

The theory of Special Relativity, which is commonly associated with Albert Einstein, has proven to be one of the most successful theories in all of physics, surviving any test we can think of to try to prove it wrong. However, it has a reputation for only being possible to learn through headache inducing thought experiments

What is a Fourier Series? (Explained by drawing circles) – Smarter Every Day 205
Visualization of Quantum Physics (Quantum Mechanics)

Visualization of Quantum Physics (Quantum Mechanics)

This video shows a series of simulations involving a small particle. We’ll start using the assumptions of classical physics. First we’ll describe the initial setup, and then play the simulation. For simplicity, we’ll assume a one dimensional space, so the particle can only move horizontally along this line, either left or right. Here is our

Imagining the Tenth Dimension (annotated)

Imagining the Tenth Dimension (annotated)

we start with a point like the point we know from geometry it has no size no dimension it’s just an imaginary idea that indicates a position in a system a second point then can be used to indicate a different position but it too is of indeterminate size to create the first dimension all

TEDxBoulder – Thad Roberts – Visualizing Eleven Dimensions

TEDxBoulder – Thad Roberts – Visualizing Eleven Dimensions

Translator: Robert Tucker Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Does anybody here happen to be interested in other dimensions? (Applause) Alright. Well, thank you all for your time… and your space. (Laughter) Good, I’m glad that one worked here. Alright. Imagine a world whose inhabitants live and die believing only in the existence of two spatial dimensions.

Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences!

Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences!

The College of Arts and Sciences has completely prepared me for after graduation. There’s so many options to choose from. It really gives you a more well-rounded education. College of Arts and Sciences gives you awesome research opportunities. The classes, they give you a hands-on experience. The great thing about the College of Arts and

Two Vortex Rings Colliding in SLOW MOTION – Smarter Every Day 195
Dugan Hammock – Visualizing a Hypothetical Planck Scale Substructure of Reality