Chladni Plates Wednesday, Oct 3 2007 

Feynman on the Relation between Physics and Mathematics Sunday, Jun 24 2007 

An interesting experiment Monday, Apr 2 2007 

(Via Madhur )

A Scientist’s Random Walk Sunday, May 14 2006 

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Background : Nothing. Just lie back and watch ! 🙂

Link : Conversations with History: A Scientist’s Random Walk, with Steven Chu(Google Video)

Nobel Laureate Steven Chu in a conversation with UC Berkeley’s Harry Kreisler about scientific inquiry and the evolution of Chu’s own research interests

Steven Chu is the first among the trio which recieved the 1997 nobel prize in physics “for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light”. The Google Video above is an interview( You can find the transcript of that interview here. By the way, the photos above are from the same site. )

Talking of Google videos, there is of course the video about Feynman The pleasure of finding things out – RP Feynman which is a must -watch.

Excellent short 40 min documentary interview with Dr. RP Feynman- one of the greatest physicist of our times and a Nobel Laureate. Specially uploaded for students of NSIT.

If you haven’t seen it already, I would strongly recommend that you watch it ! And yeah, since this is an excellent excuse to post one of my favourite photos of Feynman, here it is 🙂


The Titan surface – A View from Huygens(video) Saturday, May 6 2006 

Background : Nothing at all. This is a NASA video – and you know it is supposed be for “kids” 😉

Link: A View from Huygens

This is a multimedia video from Huygens. It is a bit large(15.4 MB) but it has some good pictures of Titan(one of the moons of Saturn) and is worth watching.

Posted by: Loganayagam.R.

Is god playing a game with us? Monday, May 1 2006 

Do you think god is playing a game in which the laws of physics are dynamically updated and tweaked according to our knowledge?

Read this post at's-game.

Posted by: Ravishankar S 

Poems By James Clerk Maxwell Tuesday, Apr 11 2006 

Background : Nothing at all ! just for fun !


Link : Poems by James Clerk Maxwell

The title is self-explanatory 😉 On the same vain, have a look at The Love Song of the Electric Field , a song on Bravais lattices and a song about Faraday’s law

And yeah, if you have more links like this one, do post it in the comments below. 🙂

Posted By : Loganayagam.R.