Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 22:51:02

Author: Bill

Subject: Re: Humanly Impossible Sorry

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Sorry to bother the list - I guess I need to learn the difference
between reply and reply all.

Bill Reitz

On 5/10/2011 7:31 PM, Bill wrote:
>
> David,
>
> I watched your National Geographic show last night & enjoyed it much
> (difficult to watch the "nipple lifter", though). I can't wait to see
> the rest of the series. I contacted Paul Dolan, chairman of the
> Pre-High School Committee of AAPT about the series and other media
> events you've been involved with. The Pre-High School Committee is
> sponsoring an Invited/contributed session on the Physics of
> Entertainment for the Ontario 2012 winter meeting and would like you
> to be one of the Invited speakers. Would it be "humanly possible" for
> you to do this ?
>
> Bill Reitz,
>
> a.k.a Ari Bernoulli of the Flying Bernoulli Brothers
>
> & PIRA member
>
>
>
>
>
> On 5/9/2011 1:48 PM, David Maiullo wrote:
>> Hi Tappers,
>>
>> Happy end of the semester to you all (at least, it is for me...)!
>>
>> A bit of news, I'll be on this show tonight:
>>
>> http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/humanly-impossible/5183/Overview
>>
>>
>> I know, typecast, right? Yes, the show is called Humanly Impossible,
>> but it's really a show of "stupid human tricks", i.e., sideshow act
>> stunts and crazy human feats. Along with a team of scientists and
>> Dr's, we investigate how people are able to perform these "tricks"
>> and survive.
>>
>> It was all filmed last June, but the first one will be broadcast
>> tonight. I'm only on one 15 minute segment for this particular
>> episode, but will be on most of the next couple episodes (no, I don't
>> know when they are scheduled to be on yet).
>>
>> Also on with me is John Kenney from Pasco, as Pasco was nice enough
>> to provide us with much of the apparatus we used on the show to test
>> various forces and temps, etc, as these people performed their acts.
>> And John looks great on screen in those Hawaiian shirts!
>>
>> Any feedback is welcome!
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Dave
>>
>>
>>
>


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Sorry to bother the list - I guess I need to learn the difference
between reply and reply all.

Bill Reitz

On 5/10/2011 7:31 PM, Bill wrote:



David,
I watched your National Geographic show last night
& enjoyed it much (difficult to watch the “nipple lifter”,
though). I can’t wait to see the rest of the series. I contacted Paul Dolan, chairman of the
Pre-High School Committee of AAPT about the series and other
media events you’ve been involved with. The Pre-High School
Committee is sponsoring an Invited/contributed session on the
Physics of Entertainment for the Ontario 2012 winter meeting
and would like you to be one of the Invited speakers. Would it
be "humanly possible" for you to do this ?

Bill Reitz,
a.k.a Ari Bernoulli
of the Flying Bernoulli Brothers

& PIRA member





On 5/9/2011 1:48 PM, David Maiullo wrote:
Hi Tappers,

Happy end of the semester to you all (at least, it is for
me...)!

A bit of news, I'll be on this show tonight:

http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/humanly-impossible/5183/Overview


I know, typecast, right? Yes, the show is called Humanly
Impossible, but it's really a show of "stupid human tricks",
i.e., sideshow act stunts and crazy human feats. Along with a
team of scientists and Dr's, we investigate how people are able
to perform these "tricks" and survive.

It was all filmed last June, but the first one will be broadcast
tonight. I'm only on one 15 minute segment for this
particular episode, but will be on most of the next couple
episodes (no, I don't know when they are scheduled to be on
yet).

Also on with me is John Kenney from Pasco, as Pasco was nice
enough to provide us with much of the apparatus we used on the
show to test various forces and temps, etc, as these people
performed their acts. And John looks great on screen in those
Hawaiian shirts!

Any feedback is welcome!

Cheers,
Dave










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