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Physics of Light, Part 1, Light and Time – The Special Theory of Relativity
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directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 52 mins
In part 1, we begin our quest for light with Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity. By chronicling the historical events that led to Einstein’s discovery, we learn not only about light, but about how time affects light’s behavior.
directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 52 mins
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Physics of Light, Part 2, Light and Space – The Theory of General Relativity
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directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 51 mins
Part 2 of the series focuses on Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. Beginning with Isaac Newton and his discovery of gravity, we find out how Einstein was able to reconcile his theories with that of Newton’s.
directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 51 mins
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Physics of Light, Part 5, Light and Quantum Physics
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directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 5 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 50 mins
If the previous episode was an introduction to the world of quantum mechanics, part 5 delves further into this surprising world. We learn that electrons act both like particles and waves depending on whether they are being observed, and find out about the clash between quantum mechanics and the Theory of Relativit...
directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 5 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 50 mins
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Physics of Light, Part 6, Light and Strings
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directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 49 mins
Part 6 ties all of the episodes together by exploring “the theory of everything.” In this episode, we hear about the attempts that were made to resolve the conflict between quantum mechanics and relativity, and learn about the resulting string theory as well as the most cutting edge theories in physics.
directed by Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012 and Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010; presented by Young Doo Jung; produced by Kim Si-joon, fl. 2010 and Kim Hyungjoon, fl. 2012, EBS, in Physics of Light, Part 6 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2015), 49 mins
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