Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue
To paraphrase Alexander Pope "Nature and Nature's laws lay hid in night:
Thus Nature said, Let Newton be! and all was light." You can find a
translated digital copy of Newton's Principia here.
Newton's Orbital Cannon is on page 518.
Royal Institution Christmas Lectures
The Royal Institution Christmas Lectures are a series of lectures on a
single topic each, which have been held at the Royal Institution in London
each year since 1825. The lectures present scientific subjects to a general
audience, including young people, in an informative and entertaining manner.
Take a look at Highlights from the Christmas Lectures Archive (51
videos) on YouTube's Royal Institution Channel.
Visit YouTube's Popular Royal Institution Christmas Lectures & Royal
Institution for more.
Full PlaylistFull Playlist
- 1. Introduction to Fusion (www.youtube.com)
- 2. Carl Sagan (en.wikipedia.org)
- 3. Cold Fusion Press Conference at University of Utah (March 23, 1989) (www.youtube.com)
- 4. Winston Churchill (en.wikipedia.org)
- 5. Newton's Cannon (www.youtube.com)
- 6. Newton - Gravitation universelle (www.youtube.com)
- 7. here (archive.org)
- 8. page 518 (archive.org)
- 9. Theory of relativity explained in 7 mins (www.youtube.com)
- 10. Gravity Visualized (www.youtube.com)
- 11. Light Speed – fast, but slow (www.youtube.com)
- 12. Royal Institution Christmas Lectures (en.wikipedia.org)
- 13. Highlights from the Christmas Lectures Archive (www.youtube.com)
- 14. Royal Institution Channel (www.youtube.com)
- 15. Popular Royal Institution Christmas Lectures & RoyalInstitution (www.youtube.com)
- 16. Carl Sagan: The Earth as a Planet (1977) (www.youtube.com)
- 17. Full Playlist » (www.youtube.com)
- 18. Richard Dawkins: Growing up in the Universe (1991) (www.youtube.com)