The Cosmic Microwave
The Cosmic Microwave Background shows us the oldest light in the universe, but to really understand the early universe we need something even older: The Cosmic Neutrino Background.
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What kind of atoms formed in the early universe?
We have a cool Neutrino Lab here in Sudbury, Ontario. SNOlab. It's an awesome place.
scientists @neutrions "please interact"
2:16 mark: “Neutrinos high-tailed it outta there.”
When you watch a slow motion movie of let’s say a cheetah as it sprints after its prey watch its tail: While in straight-line pursuit its tail is as low as possible, streamlined with its back. This is to lower the center of gravity for fast and stable running. The cheetah will use its tail as a counter balance or even as a canard, swinging it in the opposite direction of its turns to help efficiently turn.
It only “high-tails” it when coming to a sudden stop or acute angled turn. The center of gravity is increased and the ability to make unstable movements is increased.
Neutrinos “low-tailed it outta there.”
OK this question is nothing to do with this video but I need answers. I'm doing some research and I became intrested in Einstein's theory of E=Mc2.
I became Intrested in that I know we have taken mass and converted it to energy but have we ever taken energy and converted it back to mass. I have read about experiments where they have attempted to take 2 photons and smash them together to create a mass particle. So here's where I have a problem, Photons according to Einstein are mastless so how do you take 0 + 0 and get a number? How does taking 2 massless particles Create something with mass? Riddle me that 1 Batman.
Neutrino by iZotope is a
Neutrino by iZotope is a great free plugin that adds a subtle touch to your mixes. With a simple interface and powerful engine behind it, Neutrino is a great way to clean up your tracks.
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Check out Neutrino on other sessions:
Jazz Combo - https://youtu.be/RPSji1gEC2o
Rock Track - https://youtu.be/nBH1EVjXfDk
In this video, we review the controls and sounds of Neutrino when used on a pop track. The algorithm cleans up the low-mids and tightens up the tracks in a subtle way that makes them smoother and one step closer to a great sounding mix.
I congratulate this product is very good
Neutron is better! (obviously!)
I admit, the difference is barely audible, but it is there. Probably if you have some decent plugins, it would serve little purpose but as a freebie, it has some value. Not everyone can afford a decent set-up when they start out.
Its do nothing
Sounds much better without Neutrino (to my ears). With Neutrino it sounds over-compressed and all the life has been pulled out of the track.
Why I Love Neutrinos is a
Why I Love Neutrinos is a series spotlighting those mysterious, abundant, ghostly particles that are all around us. This installment features Mike Headley, far site facilities project manager for LBNF. For more information on neutrinos, visit the Fermilab website at http://www.fnal.gov.
I actually just started a video series on neutrinos. about how weird they are and their implications now that we know about their oscillating masses. going better than I thought. Neutrinos are fucking awesome!
explain Neutrinos and stop with the love fest
- this vid was so short it was pointless
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Great guy, but that music ?...