When this article goes online, it will be Pi Day, at least for the half of the globe west of the prime meridian. We still look forward to Pi Day, not least because it gives us an excuse to eat pie and other disc-shaped foods. It’s also fun to ponder the mysteries of a transcendental number, which the math YouTube community generally treats well. This year was no different, as we discovered two excellent pi-related videos, both by Matt Parker of Standup Maths. The first is about pi being raised to pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi, pi The second, more exciting video is a collaboration with Steve Mould that attempts to calculate the value of pi by calculating the volume of an oleic acid molecular monolayer floating on water. The method was fascinating, and the findings were remarkably accurate; this could be a fun activity to do with kids to teach them about pi.
Remember when you were first introduced to the universal gravitational formula in elementary physics? We definitely do, and we recall thinking that measuring the force between us and our classmates should be possible. Of course, calculating the attractive force will be a completely different matter. Researchers have achieved exactly that, using two 2-mm gold spheres, which are slightly smaller than the average high school student. The Austrian researchers used two 90-milligram gold balls, one stationary and the other suspended from an arm. The suspended ball is pushed by the acceleration between the two, which pivots a mirror connected to the arm to divert a laser beam. It’s quite a technological achievement that they were able to extract a signal from the background noise of electrostatic, seismic, and hydrodynamic forces.

## Derpcon 2020 – ham hacks: breaking into the world of

Every Wednesday at 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, or 10:00 a.m., we drop “Bangers”… Whenever you like 1 hour and 44 minutes 26th of December, 2019 HAM RADIO #1: The Original PigCake eventually agrees to reveal the glisten from his forehead and remove his previously dubious mask in today’s action-packed episode. DJ Daniel spends Christmas Eve at the PigCake house, which leads to sadness and shenanigans.
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1 hour and 23 minutes
Sep 26, 2019Magic Bars, Cyborg Magicians, and Magic Memes Live PigCake Magic memes, a magical restaurant that ruined a marriage, and cyborg magicians are all discussed.
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19 September 2019
Controls, Watching Clocks, and My Day with Ellusionist – PigCake Live
In this episode, I talk about my time hanging out with the Ellusionist crew in Miami Beach while they were filming a project.
1 hour and 20 minutes
12 September 2019Magician Memes, New Cards, and Other Stuff
We discuss white claw, magic memes, and what I will let Triple H do to me in this episode. This show is also available in video format:
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5 Sep 2019Magic on TV, MAGICIANS’ RIGHTS, and Listening to Voicemail
On today’s segment, we discuss a variety of hot topics, including bath salts, tv magic tricks, girls wearing fake glasses, and, of course, your voicemails.

### #48 cb / ham radio tutorial: how to avoid drifting master or

The Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association’s chief, Don DuBon, dials the radio in the group’s Ellicott base trailer. In the ham radio world, there is an unwritten rule that no one can discuss religion or politics.
In Ellicott, Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association member John Bloodgood sets up his gear. Weather spotting is one of the services offered by ham radio operators, and they are often used in times of fires, floods, and other emergencies.
Late last month, Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association member John Bloodgood was working on his portable radio system in Ellicott. Ham radio is still regarded as important, providing a means of communication independent of the internet or cellphone networks.
The Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association’s chief, Don DuBon, dials the radio in the group’s Ellicott base trailer. In the ham radio world, there is an unwritten rule that no one can discuss religion or politics.
In Ellicott, Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association member John Bloodgood sets up his gear. Weather spotting is one of the services offered by ham radio operators, and they are often used in times of fires, floods, and other emergencies.

In Lehigh County, a 24-hour event celebrated an older mode of communication that is still important in today’s high-tech world.

### Walkie talkie lingo everyone on set should know

In South Whitehall Township, the Lehigh Valley Amateur Radio Club is taking part in a national field day gathering.

### Ham hacks: breaking into the world of software defined radio

Over the course of 24 hours, ham radio operators around the country are attempting to reach as many people as possible.

### #emp: baby yoda playing with the radio vs. sepultura (metal

Operators will hone their skills at the case.

This is important, according to organizers, because ham radio operators assist emergency organizations and are particularly useful during disasters such as Superstorm Sandy, which knocked out cell towers.

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