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« on: 22/01/2009 14:42:34 »
Yeah ... Like the songs which explains  the all physics concepts???




 

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« Reply #1 on: 22/01/2009 14:51:25 »
Yeah ... Like the songs which explains  the all physics concepts???

By the time a student reaches physics hood they have probably lost the ability to write music. No wait; that can't be true; some of them were pretty good music folks. Not much about physics though; maybe a few limericks.
 

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« Reply #2 on: 22/01/2009 15:23:46 »
WWW.downloadeinsteinmp3.com

The Album title: Bomb bomb bomb
One song is entitled: I converted mass into energy.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 22/01/2009 15:25:23 »
These are great, if a little dated.
 

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« Reply #4 on: 22/01/2009 16:22:45 »
These are great, if a little dated.
Thanks a lot !!
 

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« Reply #5 on: 22/01/2009 17:01:17 »
AstroCappella: High Energy Groove  (click here to download free mp3  3Mb)
Music by Padi Boyd and Jim Heagy
Lyrics by Alan Smale and Padi Boyd

Chorus:
X Rays, Gamma Rays, high energy
Hot stars, heavy stars, high density
Quasars, black holes, supernovae
Powerhouses lighting up the Galaxy
Flashing, bursting, pulsing objects we could see
If we had X-ray eyes, if we had X-ray eyes
                 
Going up the spectrum, repeat after me
Radio, infrared, visible, UV
Keep going all the way what do you see?
That's X-rays, gamma rays, high energy
An X-ray photon has a high frequency
Which means a shorter wavelength than you could ever see

X-rays come from various processes
Like a cloud of gas above about a million degrees
Or magnetic fields that send electrons swarming like bees
Or even neutron stars emitting like black bodies
And you get X-rays from star stuff that came near to and fell
Into a black hole's gravitational potential well

If we flew above the atmosphere and looked out at the skies
And if we could do it with X-ray eyes
We'd see more flashing and popping than you realize
Objects winking on and off like fireflies
The X-ray sky isn't calm and quiet
It's more like a rockin' high energy riot

(Chorus)

X-rays can show you the roots of your teeth
Shine them through your body see the bones underneath
But don't go thinking that we X-ray the stars
'Cause they're billions of miles away, much too far!
We collect all the X-rays that they send to Earth
Telling tales of star death, giving hints of star birth
                       
Here's a story of a pair of stars called Cygnus X-1
One's a black hole many times the mass of the Sun
With a disk of gas surrounding it, spiralling in
Sucked from the companion star's outermost skin
We see the high-speed flickering as star stuff flies in
A one way trip beyond the event horizon
                       
A cosmic lighthouse flashes in space
It's an X-ray pulsar with a regular pace
A neutron star 30 miles around at best
Spinning 'round its axis once a second or less
Then way beyond the Milky Way the active galaxies
Are the furthest biggest things our X-ray eyes can see
                       
Point your X-ray specs toward the Sun's location
You'll notice that along with its slow rotation
You'll see active loops and plasma arcs
In a solar dance producing X-ray sparks
The X-ray Sun isn't serene and smooth
It's a dynamic and changing High Energy Groove

(Chorus)
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« Reply #6 on: 22/01/2009 17:21:13 »
Lets get physical...... Crap song, but there you go.
Chain Reaction...... More rubbish
« Last Edit: 22/01/2009 17:23:14 by Don_1 »
 

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« Reply #7 on: 22/01/2009 18:25:20 »
RD..... I love that song! It is fun and for some reason ...makes me feel great!!!! Lol!

Come on Don..... smile....Its a nice song! Lol...
 

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« Reply #8 on: 22/01/2009 18:31:40 »
Karen, are you doing some kind of science sing-a-long as I notice you are asking for songs on lots of topics. I'll buy your album if you record them.
 

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« Reply #9 on: 12/02/2009 16:04:25 »
Monty Python's Galaxy Song ...
feature=channel_page  :)
 

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« Reply #10 on: 12/02/2009 16:17:54 »
Who remembers this??? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASvBTqfTrzA&feature=related C'mon all you oldies, own-up now!
 

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« Reply #11 on: 20/09/2009 11:22:48 »
Well do we have any rock song for Physics ..??
 

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« Reply #12 on: 20/09/2009 11:24:28 »
Well that's nice song !! I need more !?
Where can I get ?
 

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