Alpha Centauri

Alpha Centauri is a show about learning new things and exploring the world. Each week chosa, blackle, and bea take one topic and get knees deep in exploring every nook and cranny of it.

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Episode 2: Kennedy Told Us About The Beacons


This week on Alpha Centauri we answer your science questions! “What framerate does the human eye percieve the world as?” “How hard is it to identify what chemical substances are in, say, a random sample of powder? How do things like TSA itemizers do this?” and “Is it possible to increase bandwidth by sending both a horizontal and vertical polarized signal with different data on the same frequency?” are all discussed!

Show Notes:

00:00:00 – Hello! ()
00:01:16 – What framerate does the human eye percieve the world as?
00:21:19 – uhhhh jorts?
00:28:26 – jOrts????!!!!!
00:33:18 – How do things like TSA itemizers work?
00:42:02 – Is it possible to increase bandwidth by sending both a horizontal and vertical polarized signal?
01:00:40 – Goodbye

  • The jorts “movement” precedes you. But welcome, you are loved here.
  • Quadrature amplitude modulation

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 2017-11-23  n/a