2003: Cosmic Connections (Aug 2003)
between HEP and cosmic microwave background, inflation, dark matter,
the formation of the universe, and cosmic rays.
Quantum fluctuations in the Primordial Soup
(Feb 2002), R. Kolb
Fields & Space-Time [video] (May 2000)
Eva Silvertein, SLAC Theory Group, discusses string theory. Presented
by the Women's Interchange at SLAC.
The Once & Future Web (Dec 2001)
A celebration of the accomplishments of the past decade
and a serious look forward at the technologies and issues spawned
by the Web Revolution.
99 (Nov 1999)
Workshop on tools for site management, authoring, and
Computing resources for Physics, including Windows,
Linux, storage, file systems, etc.
Bringing the Web to America [G2]
[v.5] P. Kunz
The Invention of the Transistor [G2]
[v.5] M. Riordan
Learn how to install Outlook, author your own website
Activation Software (2004)
and discussion of voice-recognition software
[Links are directly to video]
The Gravest Danger, Nuclear Weapons and their Proliferation
Sid Drell, former SLAC deputy director and
to tackle the controversial issues. [Nov.
of the Tau Lepton
Martin Perl, SLAC professor and Nobel laureate, discusses
climate of HEP at the time of his Nobel winning experiment. [Oct.
Cost of the Drug War
Joseph McNamara, former Police Chief of San Jose and
award-winning novelist, discusses gangster cops and the war on drugs.
and Physics: Parallel Visions in Space, Time and Light
Author Leonard Shlain tracks breakthroughs in art and
physics side by side to reveal an astonishing correlation of visions.
Weapons after the Cold War
Wolfgang K. H. Panofksy examines the danger of modern nuclear proliferation.
Global Warming Debate: Good Science or Bad Politics?
Stephen H. Schneider, Stanford Dept of Ecological Sciences,
parses the contentious issues of global warming from a scientific
and economic perspective. [Jul 2002]
globalization and fear: Physics in the 21st century
Irving Lerch, Director of International Affairs
of The American Physical Society, explores the possibilities for international
science in the modern age. [Jun 2002]
by Max Dresden
From the German Bomb to how to win the Nobel Prize,
Max Dresden chats about Physics with wit and charm.