Gravitational Waves – behind the scenes

I had the honour to interview David Reitze, one of the leaders in gravitational wave physics, when he visited Canberra earlier this year.

Bit surprised he wasn’t one of the Nobel laureates… but anyway, ahead of the exciting announcement tomorrow, (what have they found this time?!),¬† here’s the interview.

 

And for those who just want the highlights:

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The flame tornado

Every and then you strike gold at a garage sale. When I found a lazy susan, I knew it was flame tornado time! So good to have a mate like Eduardo to help me build it.

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How twisting a belt explains the Universe

Quantum physics is all about the simplest things in the universe. Matter – electrons and quarks (which make up neutrons and protons), and interactions – photons, forces etc.

The difference between the two is a simple rotation. It’s secret quantum mechanics knowledge, says head of ANU Dept of Quantum Physics, Professor Craig Savage.

Here he is proving it:

Filmed at Physics in the Pub ACT, 2016, August 17 at Smiths Alternative Bookshop

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