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Physics: Observable laws of nature

By Omar Iskandarani

Introduction

For anyone who want to see the laws of nature in action. This gibbon list contains a lot of video's showing the principles of physics. These videos show the most fundamental behavior of nature, from electromagnetism to fluid fundamentals. Ive collected these videos because one must see nature at work to get the physics intuition.

Omar Iskandarani — Theoretical Physicist & Drum and Bass DJ/Producer Im trying to write the most fundamental 3 ...

Added by Omar Iskandarani: “One of the biggest mysteries of our galaxy remains this strange force we call Gravity (at least for life on earth) I WANT A HOOVERBOARD!!!!

5 Quantum Levitation

Added by Omar Iskandarani: “This is one trick I always love to show friends. They are always amazed by the magic of magnets.

9 Neodymium magnet in copper pipe

New fat copper pipe with big magnet: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keMpUaoA3Tg

Added by Omar Iskandarani: “Vortex Physics in action. By constructing a coil in the shape of the magnetic wrap video you unlock some 'magical' behaviors of nature. ---> magnetic wrap https://gibbon.co/iskandarani/vortex-physics/magnetic-warp-singularity

11 Rodin Coil - Neoball Spinner

Added by Omar Iskandarani: “This effect called the Biefeld-Brown Effect, is been "busted" by mythbusters they so claim., This effect was explained by ionisation of air molecules. At 2:44 there is an insulator (GlasPlate) between electrodes, This glass plate should cancel aerodynamic flow thus weakening the effect, but the experiment shows the effect to behave different as was discoverd by T.T. Brown in 1928. This is not predicted by General Relativity and thus no one really understands the effect. Brown hypothesis was a pressure difference in the eather.

12 Biefeld-Brown effect (anti gravity)

Added by Omar Iskandarani: “Just cause it is an important fact best for optimizing antenna's. We can conclude that cause of harmonics when you shape an antenna right you will amplify your signal, if shaped wrong you lose signal.

15 Every wavesignal as a sum of sinewaves

Added by Omar Iskandarani: “There seems to be a connection between the 20th octave and quantum mechanics, This is also mentioned in Nikola Teslas book. --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHPevIbSCPA An other funny fact: I figured out that the compton effect (scattering of electrons due to exposure of extreme high frequencies) happens in the 66th octave. Waves with frequencies higher than the compton frequency are the dangerous X-rays.

16 The FORTY NINE Octaves of Sound and Light

The 7 Notes of the Octaves of Visible Light and Audible Music The earth and man-the land, and sea, and sky-are rich and delightful in their infinitude of forms, and sounds, and colors, and motions, while the world of thought and spiritual power is richer than even the outward world. Harmony consists in the equal balance of Unity and Diversity,

Added by Omar Iskandarani: “There is an rotating barrel with water, viewed from the side. In the centre point of rotation floats a bal. When they lift the ball two vortices are created with different rotational speeds. When the ball is sinking the opposite effect occurs. This video reminds me of the principle of special relativity. Where if you move towards an object time speeds up and moving away from an object slows time town. shows the principle of special relativity in a classical frame

23 19. Rotating Flows

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