This is soooooo cool! Wow, sounds like a great summer project! (Get it? Sounds? ) Or maybe a project for my budding physics students? Hope you are having a great summer break. See you soon!
Psalm 19: 1 -3, “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows His handiwork. Day unto day utters speech, and night unto night reveals knowledge. There is no speech nor language where their voice is not heard.”
I’ve seen it a hundred times, but it never gets old! I thought the physics class might could use a little inspiration - so this video’s dedicated to them. How’s your Rube Goldberg Project working out? The project is due May 2 (that’s next Monday!) If you need a little more inspiration, check the VodPod below, or check out the videos on You Tube. And just before you finish, don’t forget to review the project guidelines and the project grade sheet to make sure you’ve covered everything. Good luck! I can’t wait to see them!!
Hey guys, check out this cool video that Fung found. It’s our periodic table professor friend! Here is the article from extremetech.com. Thanks, Fung!!
“The age old dilemma: what kind of birthday present do you get for the mad Professor who has everything? Well, the University of Nottingham’s Nanotechnology Center decided to help Professor of chemistry, Martyn Poliakoff celebrate his special day by “etching” a copy of his beloved Periodic Table of Elements onto a single strand of his crazy scientist hair using a “very sophisticated” electron ion beam microscope. The microscope creates a very fine etching of the periodic table only a few microns across by shooting a “focused ion beam” of gallium ions at the hair. The technology here is nothing revolutionary, but it is inspiring to see a grown man get so giddy with the prospect of seeing science in action. Happy birthday, Professor.”www.extremetech.com