Monthly Archives: April 2012

Physics by Julius Sumner Miller

A couple of days ago I was making a math video with my friend Dahlia Miller of Smart Tutor Referrals. When I mentioned that I had been toying with the idea of making some physics videos to upload to YouTube, … Continue reading

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Our Neighbourhood Nuclear Accelerator

Several weeks ago, I mentioned to one of my most enthusiastic students that the world’s largest cyclotron happens to be right here in British Columbia. The week before last, he succeeded in getting a day off school for a family … Continue reading

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Vancouver Island Regional Science Fair 2012

Yesterday, I spent about an hour at the Vancouver Island Regional Science Fair in the lecture wing of the Elliot Building at UVic. That was not nearly enough time.¬†Although there was some duplication, the experiments covered a surprising variety of … Continue reading

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