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July 25 2017

l4desu-mizu
08:31
Nah.. let's better listen to the progressive avant-garde
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July 24 2017

l4desu-mizu
15:00
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07:32
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fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We’re used to radiation being invisible. With a Geiger counter, it gets turned into audible clicks. What you see above, though, is radiation’s effects made visible in a cloud chamber. In the center hangs a chunk of radioactive uranium, spitting out alpha and beta particles. The chamber also has a reservoir of alcohol and a floor cooled to -40 degrees Celsius. This generates a supersaturated cloud of alcohol vapor. When the uranium spits out a particle, it zips through the vapor, colliding with atoms and ionizing them. Those now-charged ions serve as nuclei for the vapor, which condenses into droplets that reveal the path of the particle. The characteristics of the trails are distinct to the type of decay particle that created them. In fact, both the positron and muon were first discovered in cloud chambers! (Image credit: Cloudylabs, source)

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l4desu-mizu
07:21
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July 22 2017

l4desu-mizu
11:53
7330 f5a7
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July 19 2017

l4desu-mizu
20:50
Bush of Kittens
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July 25 2017

l4desu-mizu
08:31
Nah.. let's better listen to the progressive avant-garde
Reposted fromFlau Flau

July 24 2017

l4desu-mizu
15:00
Reposted fromFlau Flau
07:32
8444 d45e 500

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We’re used to radiation being invisible. With a Geiger counter, it gets turned into audible clicks. What you see above, though, is radiation’s effects made visible in a cloud chamber. In the center hangs a chunk of radioactive uranium, spitting out alpha and beta particles. The chamber also has a reservoir of alcohol and a floor cooled to -40 degrees Celsius. This generates a supersaturated cloud of alcohol vapor. When the uranium spits out a particle, it zips through the vapor, colliding with atoms and ionizing them. Those now-charged ions serve as nuclei for the vapor, which condenses into droplets that reveal the path of the particle. The characteristics of the trails are distinct to the type of decay particle that created them. In fact, both the positron and muon were first discovered in cloud chambers! (Image credit: Cloudylabs, source)

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l4desu-mizu
07:21
7601 f722 500
Reposted fromFlau Flau

July 22 2017

l4desu-mizu
11:53
7330 f5a7
Reposted fromMeshirr Meshirr viamushu mushu

July 25 2017

l4desu-mizu
08:31
Nah.. let's better listen to the progressive avant-garde
Reposted fromFlau Flau

July 24 2017

l4desu-mizu
15:00
Reposted fromFlau Flau
07:32
8444 d45e 500

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We’re used to radiation being invisible. With a Geiger counter, it gets turned into audible clicks. What you see above, though, is radiation’s effects made visible in a cloud chamber. In the center hangs a chunk of radioactive uranium, spitting out alpha and beta particles. The chamber also has a reservoir of alcohol and a floor cooled to -40 degrees Celsius. This generates a supersaturated cloud of alcohol vapor. When the uranium spits out a particle, it zips through the vapor, colliding with atoms and ionizing them. Those now-charged ions serve as nuclei for the vapor, which condenses into droplets that reveal the path of the particle. The characteristics of the trails are distinct to the type of decay particle that created them. In fact, both the positron and muon were first discovered in cloud chambers! (Image credit: Cloudylabs, source)

Reposted fromonfirebyday onfirebyday vianeoraider neoraider
l4desu-mizu
07:21
7601 f722 500
Reposted fromFlau Flau

July 25 2017

l4desu-mizu
08:31
Nah.. let's better listen to the progressive avant-garde
Reposted fromFlau Flau

July 24 2017

l4desu-mizu
15:00
Reposted fromFlau Flau
07:32
8444 d45e 500

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

We’re used to radiation being invisible. With a Geiger counter, it gets turned into audible clicks. What you see above, though, is radiation’s effects made visible in a cloud chamber. In the center hangs a chunk of radioactive uranium, spitting out alpha and beta particles. The chamber also has a reservoir of alcohol and a floor cooled to -40 degrees Celsius. This generates a supersaturated cloud of alcohol vapor. When the uranium spits out a particle, it zips through the vapor, colliding with atoms and ionizing them. Those now-charged ions serve as nuclei for the vapor, which condenses into droplets that reveal the path of the particle. The characteristics of the trails are distinct to the type of decay particle that created them. In fact, both the positron and muon were first discovered in cloud chambers! (Image credit: Cloudylabs, source)

Reposted fromonfirebyday onfirebyday vianeoraider neoraider

July 25 2017

l4desu-mizu
08:31
Nah.. let's better listen to the progressive avant-garde
Reposted fromFlau Flau

July 24 2017

l4desu-mizu
15:00
Reposted fromFlau Flau
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