Category Archives: Physics

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

This week’s Foto Challenge asks for pictures of numbers and letters.  My first post in this challenge wasn’t a number, but a picture of four thistles, being the fourth challenge in the number series. 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

This week’s Weekly Photo challenge is called Layers, and I can not resist posting some pictures of the biggest layers I have ever seen!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: The sign says

Somebody at WordPress really has been trawling through my physics photos, as yet again I find myself able to respond to this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge with photos from Cern! The challenge announced last Friday is ‘The Sign Says‘ When … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Patterns in Science

This weeks Weekly Photo Challenge is Pattern. I love finding patterns in things.  When I was in University we went to CERN in Switzerland to see the ATLAS particle detector in the Large Hadron Collider and I found lots of … Continue reading

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Prompts for the Promptless – Ep. 6 – Counterintuition

What more can I say?

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Weekly Photo Challenge; Resolved

Why is it, that when I see the word resolve I think Vectors and Trigonometry Resolving vectors – The figure above illustrates vector resolution by components. In the first example, a boat crosses a river without compensating for the current. … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge; Delicate Nanoscale work at Royal Holloway in the Clean Room

I love fiddly jobs, i like when i have to mend things invisibly, sometimes I think I should have been called Cinderella.  When I have to sort out hundreds of multicoloured beads into their individual colours, I don’t dread the … Continue reading

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