Wright State University Lake Campus/2019-9/Phy 1050/Notes

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PHY1050

Partial Study Guide
Pilot

HTW-1 Mechanics[edit | edit source]

08-26M (week1)[edit | edit source]

Physics Classroom 1-D-Kinematics. HTW-1-Mechanics 1-8

08-27T (week1)[edit | edit source]

Review intro to calculus at PP08

08-28W (week1)[edit | edit source]

08-29R (week1)[edit | edit source]

https://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/1DKin/Lesson-4/Determining-the-Slope-on-a-v-t-Graph

https://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/1DKin/Lesson-4/Determining-the-Area-on-a-v-t-Graph

08-30F (week1)[edit | edit source]

09-03T (week2)[edit | edit source]

Demonstrates Galileo's law of odd numbers

Quiz Scheduled for tomorrow:

  1. How_things_work_college_course/Conceptual_physics_wikiquizzes/Velocity_and_acceleration
  2. How things work college course/Conceptual physics wikiquizzes/Uniform circular motion


Lab: Prove Galileo's odd number law. Let's do this right by including historical significance. We will use the area rule, but also justify it using the concept of a Reimann sum. The class report will go in

References
brief statement with good photo
Useless, but why need an open source bank (or maybe why we don't?)
This was supposed by by invitation only
Probably the best. Requires knowledge of if x=0 at t=0.

09-04W (week2)[edit | edit source]

Performed oil drop lab and calculated g to be

09-05R (week2)[edit | edit source]

Looked at Physics for Beginners: http://www.thenatureofthings.info/physicsframe.htm

I would like to develop "cluster questions" based on this material. The student would read an edited passage from the text and answer multiple choice questions based on the content of the passage. The motive for taking this approach is that most students who have access to both the text and the questions will just read and learn the questions. They will either not read the text, or they will lightly skim the test.

Unfortunately, I don't think the author's statement releasing the material actually authorizes a quizbank to convert his prose into questions. I contacted the author two days ago by email and am awaiting a response from him.

Global warming[edit | edit source]

09-06F (week2)[edit | edit source]

wikipedia:Global warming

09-09M (week3)[edit | edit source]


09-10T (week3)[edit | edit source]

  1. 2008 article is largely consistent with current opinions. See pages 3?, 7, 10??, 12? of http://www.wright.edu/~guy.vandegrift/climateblog/smallfiles01/Rahmstorf_Zedillo_2008.pdf
  2. I examined Akasofu, Paltridge? and Lindzen on http://www.wright.edu/~guy.vandegrift/climateblog/smallfiles01/100216wikiskeptics.pdf
  3. Don't trust the internet: http://www.wright.edu/~guy.vandegrift/climateblog/#donttrusttheinternet
  4. The tree-ring problem was hidden in plain sight:

09-12R (week3)[edit | edit source]

I will be here friday for consulation. If you show up, the attendance oucnts. If you don't, a progress report emailed to guy.vandegrift@wright.edu before midnight Friday will suffice for the credit. Tell me if you are ready to talk on Monday.

09-13F (week3)[edit | edit source]

http://static.berkeleyearth.org/pdf/skeptics-guide-to-climate-change.pdf

09-16M (week4)[edit | edit source]

Briffa-tree ring density vs temperature 1880-2000.jpg

wikipedia:Divergence problem

  • 1:15 Citizen Four

Nasa's CO2 data was shown.[1] There is evidence of change. But is it because of us? Is climate change a cause of the wildfires?[2] Nationalgeographi.com.

Everything happens for a reason. We have no right to say what nature does. We can and should do our part as individuals, e.g., purchasing electric cars.[3]

  • Citizen Sixtyone

Noted that Four said if nature is allowing globalwarming, who are we to change it. Why is nature “allowing it”. Im not a 9 because I don think it is critical yet. Over the past 70-100 years pollution of all varieties has increased. [4]We as a species need take resoonsibielity and do our part to lesson pollution. Nature allows it? Is the Earth a living organism that can adapt?

The movie Day after tomorrow. Will Earth do that? [5]

  • Citizen Sixtytwo o

Ojects to Patrik j M comment about lies and propaganda. Is Cheny bought by the oil industry? Motion to give sixtyone exactly five minutes (he talked a bit before, ut most went over a couple of

howstuffworks.com: Fusion reactors. We are close to perfection fusion reactors. Best shot is DT. Fifty: Global warming nuanced by politics. Not sure global warming exists. Sees hope in China’s effort as suggestin that a solution exits.

Nuclear Energy[edit | edit source]

09-17T (week4)[edit | edit source]

Click figure to expand.
http://www.wright.edu/~guy.vandegrift/shortCV/Papers/siberia.pdf (citations)

Student projects on nuclear vission[edit | edit source]

All present. Student projects on Nuclear Fission (with one doing a fact-check on nuclear fusion).

IN A NUTSHELL - KURZGESAGT[edit | edit source]

I can't believe people are still studying this plasma instability![edit | edit source]

https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0741-3335/56/2/025006/pdf

09-24T When will fusion happen?[edit | edit source]

61: When will fusion happen? Belief that it is in our future, but don't know when. Problem: How to containt he plasma. Also, it takes much energy in than comes out. All current efforts consume more energy than they produce. Finally, (third) there is cost.

Private sector is taking over. ITER in china: Size of Mall. MIT hoping to be ready by 2025. JET has had some success. 61 thinks 50 years as a generous (optimistic) estimate, but 61 believes it is inevetible.

40: Nuclear consequences. Defined. Clean and efficient. Consequences? Cehernobyl. Reactor used graph

Longitude Nova Show[edit | edit source]

09-27F (week5)[edit | edit source]

http://www.solarnavigator.net/history/john_harrison.htm

09-30M (week6)[edit | edit source]

wikipedia:Gridiron pendulum

Bell's theorem[edit | edit source]

10-02W (week6)[edit | edit source]

Wright State University Lake Campus/2019-9/Python dice

10-07M (week7)[edit | edit source]

Dice, Python, WikiJournal of Science/Radiocarbon dating

10-14M (week8)[edit | edit source]

Radioactive decay article[edit | edit source]

Homework!

https://pilot.wright.edu/d2l/le/content/515528/viewContent/2917609/View

WikiJournal of Science/Radiocarbon dating

10-15T (week8)[edit | edit source]

Class worked on WJS radioactive dating rewrite at Draft:Radiocarbon dating/Introduction. Unanimous consent to hand this over to other students.

Conceptual modern physics (second try)[edit | edit source]

The class elected not to purseu Physics for beginners. We we will try to get modern physics through the internet:

10-16W (week8)[edit | edit source]

Before we do Bell's theorem we need to understand:

Classical theory of light and polarization polarization: Kahn:introduction-to-light-waves/a/light-and-the-electromagnetic-spectrum

10-17R (week8)[edit | edit source]

Lets finish the Khan academy course of the previous day. Some interesting images:

picket fence
File:Quizbankqb d Bell.polarization.pdf


12-part Khan lecture series[edit | edit source]

  1. [https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/electronic-structure-of-atoms/bohr-model-hydrogen/a/light-and-the-electromagnetic-spectrum
  2. https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/quantum-physics/atoms-and-electrons/v/de-broglie-wavelength
  1. Uncertainty and the copenhagen interpretation Google search


Try this: https://www.conceptualacademy.com/course/conceptual-physics/326-quantum-mechanics


10-29T (week10)[edit | edit source]

Copenhagen convention and uncertainty principle[edit | edit source]

confined waves do not have a unique wavelength because they are a mixture of waves
  1. Kahn: Heisenberg uncertainty principle (11 min)
  2. w:Heisenberg's microscope
  3. phet virtual lab: fourier to complicated?
  1. Easier to follow from hyperphysics
  2. b:Waves/Superposition is perhaps the best

10-30W (week10)PHET Colorado labs[edit | edit source]

  1. https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/energy-skate-park-basics/latest/energy-skate-park-basics_en.html
  2. https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/fourier
  3. https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/greenhouse
  4. https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/hydrogen-atom
  5. https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/davisson-germer

Making waves online software boulder colorado

Beethoven's fifth: Hearing the uncertainty

Bell's card game (one day and go on)

10-31R (week10) Almost ready to start optics[edit | edit source]

  1. WikiJournal of Science/A card game for Bell's theorem and its loopholes
  2. Physics and Astronomy Labs/Heisenberg's uncertainty and Beethoven's fugue
  3. physicsclassroom.com/mmedia/optics
  4. phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/physics/light-and-radiation
    1. phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/bending-light
    2. phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/legacy/geometric-optics
  5. physics-astronomy-manuals.wwu.edu/Pasco%20OS-8477%20Eye%20Model.pdf
  6. www.ayva.ca/images/site_images/product_usage/OS-8516A_Rays_275_40965.jpg

11-01F (week10)[edit | edit source]

11-04M (week11)[edit | edit source]

11-05T (week11)[edit | edit source]

11-06W (week11) Bell's theorem and binomial statistics[edit | edit source]

This is the last thing we can do: The question is how long does the game need to be played to establish that Bob and Alice are acheiving the impossible?

  1. https://stattrek.com/probability-distributions/binomial.aspx
  2. http://onlinestatbook.com/2/probability/binomial.html
  3. https://www.ohiohighered.org/sites/ohiohighered.org/files/uploads/hei/data-updates/headcount_institution_campus_06-15.pdf
  4. Quizbank/Bell: Special:Permalink/1882674


11-12T (week12) Optics labs[edit | edit source]

  • 1/p+1/q=1/f
  • Ray optics in 2 D
  • Human eye lab

Fermi calculations[edit | edit source]

  • The FCP>I rule (fraction of cost time probability of success must exceed investment in research)
  • Do we want to do T-Rex pissing?

11-21R Links on Optics[edit | edit source]

Did we do harmony already?[edit | edit source]

Natural piano scale.svg

Great Gate of Kyiv[edit | edit source]

Clef Diagram.png
Full piano[edit | edit source]
First two chords[edit | edit source]

https://pilot.wright.edu/d2l/le/content/515528/Home?itemIdentifier=D2L.LE.Content.ContentObject.ModuleCO-2946079 BEA are flat:

  1. G2 B2- E3- G3 | E4- G4 B4- E5-
  2. F2 B2- D3 F3 | F4 B4- D5 F5
Beats of an actual bell sound[edit | edit source]
  1. http://www.hibberts.co.uk/strike.htm
  2. w:Strike tone
  3. From w:Strike_tone: In chimes, modes 4, 5, and 6 have frequencies in the ratios 92:112:132, or 81:121:169, "which are close enough to the ratios 2:3:4 for the ear to consider them nearly harmonic and to use them as a basis for establishing a virtual pitch."About this sound Play chime note on C 
  4. Discussion of piano imitating bells with pedal overtones: https://notesfromapianist.wordpress.com/2016/12/10/exit-via-the-great-gate-of-kiev/
  • Aside hear the prominade theme enter at 2:35

11-22F (week13)[edit | edit source]

11-25M (week14)[edit | edit source]

12-02M Computer (week15)[edit | edit source]

w:Computer How_things_work_college_course/Computer_quiz

12-05R (week15)[edit | edit source]

12-06F (week15)[edit | edit source]

  1. I trust this data ~~~~~
  2. Not certain, but I think the answer is NO ~~~~~
  3. My understanding is that electric cars can alleviate our CO2 emissions, but only to a limited extent (we need to generate the electricity and solar/wind power will probably always be expensive in both dollars and energy consumption)
  4. I suspect the real pollution started circa 1800~~~~
  5. According to Wikipedia, there is scientific criticism of this movie. For example, I don't think Ice Ages have sudden onsets~~~~