[time-nuts] science projects
albertson.chris at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 02:03:18 UTC 2012
The number one TN science fair project would have to be measuring the
speed of light using some simple, inexpensive method such as
reflecting sunlight from rotating mirrors
On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 5:44 PM, Jim Lux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:
> While delayed, I would think that the signal freqs would still need to be
> maintained... hmmm, maybe not... interesting science project... anyone?
> anyone? ;-)
> I'm waiting to see a good time-nuts project at the science fair. (at any
> level up to ISEF)
> There's a lot of good ones out there (perhaps not on the scale of tvb's
> experimental demonstration of gravitational effects on atomic clocks) that
> would lend themselves to execution by everyone from 6th to 12th grade.
> Clearly, since people do spend their entire professional life doing this
> and write dissertations on it, it can be up to ISEF or Siemens Talent Search
> Maybe we could come up with a suggested list and start shopping it around.
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