Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 22:54:09 +0000
Author: "paul fechtmeister"
Subject: Re: Galileo Galilei
what kind of rubber/plastic do you use for the membrane for your vortex/smoke ring cannon thingy? I'm sure it's McMaster Carr but I'm thinking of making mine out of a standard metal trash can......I just want to get the rubber right.....
I sat in on your clinic at the Boise AAPT meeting..... enjoyed the demos.....
Paul Fechtmeister email@example.com
>From: "Zigmund J. Peacock"
>Subject: Re: Galileo Galilei
>Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 07:04:51 -0700
>Tappers, it is a little known fact that as Gallileo was rolling balls down an
>incline he did not time them with water drops etc. Rather he used the inate
>sense of time that musicians [which he was also] seem to have.
> It turns out that the musical mind can accurately recognize timing to 1/64
>of a second.
> Think of a piece of music you know well and one of the first ways you
>recognize you favourite performer is the beat associated with them.
> My bit for Monday. Zig
> > "Galilei was born in Pisa in 1564, the son of Vincenzo Galilei, well known
> > for his studies of music, and Giulia Ammannati. He studied at Pisa, where he
> > later held the chair in mathematics from 1589 - 1592.
>Zigmund J. Peacock WWW.physics.utah.edu/people/staff/peacock.html
>University of Utah/Physics firstname.lastname@example.org
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> -- George Orwell
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>men do nothing!"
> -- Edmund Burke
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