Mainely Physics Road Show
“Sounds Like Physics!“
- Book a Physics Roadshow
- Physics Day at Funtown/Splashtown USA
- Hot Science from SPS
- SPS Wormhole
- Local SPS club
- Physics Question of the Week
- Quantum Diaries
We invite you to invite us! Let us visit your school or civic group (at no charge) where we will put on an exciting and informative hour-long show tailored to your students!
If it’s more convenient, come to Orono! You can combine your visit with a trip to the M.F. Jordan Planetarium, the Page Farm and Home Museum, the Hudson Museum, or any number of other great things to do on the UMaine campus. Also available close by is the Cole Land Transportation Museum, the Challenger Learning Center of Maine, or the Maine Discovery Museum.
Celebrate Einstein’s Birthday With ‘Pi’
Coincidence or cosmic joke? Albert Einstein’s birthday just happens to fall on ‘Pi Day,’ or 3.14 (March 14). From http://www.spsnational.org/wormhole
2005 – Einstein’s Miraculous Year – 100 year anniversary
Einstein wrote three fundamental papers, all in a few months. The first paper claimed that light must sometimes behave like a stream of particles with discrete energies, “quanta.” The second paper offered an experimental test for the theory of heat. The third paper addressed a central puzzle for physicists of the day about the connection between electromagnetic theory and ordinary motion, and solved it using the “principle of relativity.”
“I want to know how God created this world. I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts; the rest are details.” – Albert Einstein