Greetings, my fellow Nerds!
A week has passed since my last post, and to me that is non-ideal. In a perfect world, I would post every single day. A more realistic goal is at least three times a week. Unfortunately, last week I was pretty busy pursuing the necessities of life and seeing to the needs and wants of friends and family. While I am happy to do that, of course, I was all-the-while very anxious to get back to writing and finishing up our investigation of quantum teleportation. After all, there are other topics I wish to explore, such as:
- Why is the sky blue, and differences on other worlds
- Building a subatomic particle detector at home
- Scathing disputes between 19th-century UC academics displayed in published literature
- Talking about work (not what one might think)
- Deriving the escape velocity equation
- Talking about rotational motion and gyroscopes
- Arbitrary amplitude pendulums
- Foucault pendulums
- The gravity train
- Figuring out whether or not one can use lead as glue
- Solar viewing
- Building a solar death ray
- Accelerating up inclines
- Doppler shifts of rotating objects
- The basic mathematics needed to understand all of this
These ideas just keep on coming, and I would like to scratch them off of my list with roughly the same frequency with which they appear! So grant me your patience, please—I'm working on it. Just know that good things are on the horizon.
That's all I have for now, but expect a new post on quantum entanglement and teleportation, soon.