Matthew Dea

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Open Letter to the President: Physics Education

Open Letter to the President: Physics Education

Dear Mr. President, Do you know much about physics? I mean, you’re the President of the United States: a country with five thousand nuclear weapons, birthplace of the world’s computing and telecommunications industry, home of the first atomic clock and creator of the global positioning system. But chances are, if you just took regular American […]

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WTF is Quantum Retrocausality? (ft. Physics Girl)

WTF is Quantum Retrocausality? (ft. Physics Girl)

We all know, if Marty travels back into the past, and messes with it, he makes the Biff timeline. Casual. We all get it. Moral of the story: If you time travel and mess with anything in the past, you automatically mess with your future, but if Marty was a quantum particle? Maybe not so […]

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The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics and Scientific Notation – 2

The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics and Scientific Notation – 2

>>Susan Osterhaus: This green book — and it does have of course white letters on it, this is the official Nemeth Braille Code for the Mathematics and Scientific Notation. And this is what I would call the Bible or the code. Now the book, the official book is going to be green. In this particular […]

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Michelson–Morley Experiment introduction | Special relativity | Physics | Khan Academy
Shifting absolute value graphs | Mathematics II | High School Math | Khan Academy
Mathematics: Teaching and learning

Mathematics: Teaching and learning

OK when you’ve got yours, can you work out how you are going to describe it? Okay, let’s go around and you can tell me the numeral that you have on your fish. I’ve got a fish and I’m telling you my numeral first. Prep G, My numeral is 20: two groups of 10 and […]

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How Ex-Nazis & Jewish Scientists Got The U.S. To The Moon

How Ex-Nazis & Jewish Scientists Got The U.S. To The Moon

This is a story about clandestine operations, international intrigue, and jealously guarded secrets. It’s about engineering marvels and technological nightmares. It’s a big story. But it stars very, very small…inside a cigar box full of letters. Melinda Hess is a filmmaker who came across letters her father had written in 1946. Her father, Sanford Hess, […]

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Women in Chemistry: Heroes of the Periodic Table

Women in Chemistry: Heroes of the Periodic Table

In 1871, Dimitri Mendeleev’s periodic table was presented to the world, but missing many of the 118 elements that we have today. His ingenious design perfectly organized the elements based on similarities in their properties, leaving place-holders for those as of yet undiscovered. Each element added since then has a unique story of scientific discovery, […]

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Inholland – Students and lecturer about Mathematical Engineering (EN)

Inholland – Students and lecturer about Mathematical Engineering (EN)

Mathematical Engineering is a combination between mathematics and IT so it is both using mathematics for IT and IT for mathematics. This programme focuses on the back-end. Making applications that are not just flashy but they are efficient and they keep working when the amount of data grows and when the amount of users grows. […]

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Prime Minister launches National Innovation and Science Agenda

Prime Minister launches National Innovation and Science Agenda

Our economy is transitioning away from the mining boom. The record commodity prices that drove growth are now receding. Our future growth will depend on a different type of boom –an ideas boom. The key to our future success is innovation. To drive productivity and competitiveness. The opportunity for Australians have never been greater. We […]

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