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DrBry The Physics Guy Podcast
14 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Space the final frontier, well we can see it from here
12 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
Space, Einstein, telescopes and the unimaginably large
This week we have Einstein, telescopes and the fact that space is immense .
13 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Space, truth and the centre of the universe
12 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
Space - The weirdness of space
19 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Space - Big things, are you dead and just don't know it?
More on big telescopes and crap names
18 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Space - The final frontier- Go'ed there James T
This is part 2 of space the final frontier.When I think of space, I often think about Star Trek, the final frontier, you know what I mean, or I may think about some of the incredible photos that we get from telescopes things like the Hubble.If you don't happen to know much about the hubble telescope it's amazing, for one thing it is in space. We have a telescope in space! Think about that, we have put a telescope in space.This post is all about telescopes
18 minutes | Sep 6, 2021
Space - there is loads of it, everywhere
This week we are going to talk about something that I reckon fascinates everyone to some degree and is one of the most accessible and least accessible subjects in physics, which may seem an odd thing to say, but you will get what I mean in a minute. the subject is SpaceSpace, the final frontier. Don't forget to watch the videoshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj4524AAZdEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCSIXLIzhzk
15 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Atomic 12 - Seaborgium and other big elements
In this one I start off talking about the moon program and then move onto one of the true wonders of physics, the creation, or rather, the discovery of things that don't exist anywhere else in the entire universe!
15 minutes | Aug 23, 2021
Atomic - Fred Hoyle and the stuff of life
This week I am covering something that I find truly mind blowing. I'll be honest, I am one of those people that when I start to think about anything to do with the world, I end up sitting their in pure wonder and awe. I am lucky that sometimes I get things, I understand the incredible beauty of something. the other day for example, my cat managed to catch, kill and eat a bird. I know this because it left a bird leg and wing in the living room. I was a bit upset at first, I'm a big fan of birds and the thought that my cat had scoffed one was a bit disconcerting, but when I actually stopped and took a look at the wing and the leg of the bird, you can't help but wonder at how clever it all is, it's just incredibly intricate. Which brings me to this weeks subject which has nothing whatsoever to do with birds or flight for that matter. It is though wonderous in the extreme, it is so fantastic that even telling you makes me wonder if it is not just some weird flight of fancy, but here goes, get on this...
14 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
Atomic, recreating the sun and cold fusion
today we are going to start were we left off last week, were we were talking about nuclear fusion. Joining hydrogen atoms together to create helium and in doing so, releasing an absolute shed load of energy. ...then I'm going to mention the rather odd story of Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Ponsthere is also a physics joke in there, though you will be excused if you miss it.
13 minutes | Aug 9, 2021
Atomic 9 - the sun
Recreating the sun on earth... well trying to.
14 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
Atomic 8 - Nuclear fission
Godzilla, Rutherford, the age of the earth, nuclear reactors and other things
14 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Liverpool's recovery, changing lead into gold, transmutation no less. Goldfinger, thorium, and Chris Hemsworth get a mention, so does Bruce Banner come to think of it.Pound Rebka and Mossbauer are all featured in this all singing all dancing episode. Enjoy.
7 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
Rules of engagement
The difference between how people think it is and how it really is!
14 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
Halton Chip Arp
This one is about Cosmology and the story of Halton Arpnow and again I like to do the odd post about people in science. Most of the time we tend to stick with the firm favourites, Einstein, Newton, Schrodinger, Heisenberg, maybe Steven Hawking and so on. These are the people that are the mega stars of the business.There are loads of others, many people that most of us have never heard off. A dude I know recently went to a University to study physics, during his application interview he didn't realise that the guy interviewing him was actually a Nobel prize winning physicist. What made it funnier was they guy actually asked him "do you know who I am?" and he replied "no, sorry, I have no idea!" Despite this faux par he still got a place. My point is that there are lots of famous physics people who are actually only famous to those in the specific sub field within physics, outside of it, not one has heard of them and this is true of any profession. One such person is a guy called Halton Arp who died back in 2013.
17 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
16 minutes | Jun 28, 2021
Atoms And Things -Extra bits
12 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
Atoms And Things - The continuing saga
13 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Atoms And Things Part 3
17 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Electrostatics Part 2
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