Tag Archives: theoretical physics

2nd November 2009 – Gravity Waves: Ripples in the Fabric of Space-Time

Dr Ed Daw of Sheffield University will return to take us into the realm of Gravity Waves. If a large star explodes it can create an effect like throwing a pebble in a pond. The pond in this case is … Continue reading

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12th May 2008 – String Theory for Dummies

Dr Richard Battye from Manchester University and Jodrell Bank led our discussion on String Theory. We have touched on String Theory in several topics in the past but this dealt with the basics of the theory itself. We are apparently … Continue reading

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5th November 2007 – The Holographic Universe

The Holographic Universe – Maybe the reality of our world is just an illusion Dr. Radu Tatar, Liverpool University, will help us look into the science of the Holographic Universe. String Theory suggests that our real world is made from … Continue reading

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14th May 2007 – Chaos Theory

Chaos Theory – Can the flap of a butterfly’s wing in England cause a hurricane in Asia? Professor Tom Mullin from Manchester University, with the help of several mechanical models helped us look into the hidden order which lies beneath … Continue reading

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2nd October 2006 – Dark Matter and Multiple Universes

Dark Matter and Multiple Universes – Can we “string” them together? Dr Brian Cox from Manchester University and CERN will introduce us to the front line of today’s Physics. He will be examining the evidence for “Dark Matter” and “Multiple … Continue reading

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