The Institute of Physics Schools and Colleges Lecture 2008. Delivered by science presenter and rock guitarist Dr Mark Lewney.
Rock guitars, superstrings, 11 dimensions and the world's largest and highest energy accelerator are the prime ingredients for the loudest lecture to date. This lecture reveals how:
Rock guitars make their distinctive sounds;
String vibrations might answer questions about the Big Bang;
The LHC - the biggest experiment every built 0 may let us peek into extra dimensions
Watch more from the schools lecture series on iop.org: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/schools-and-colleges-lecture/page_50044.html
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