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The joy of science, Robert M. Hazen

Label
The joy of science
Title
The joy of science
Statement of responsibility
Robert M. Hazen
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
English novelist and scientist C.P. Snow classed certain scientific ideas with the works of Shakespeare as things every educated person should know. The lectures in this series explore the fundamental discoveries and principles of the physical and biological sciences--physics, genetics, biology, astronomy, chemistry, meteorology, thermodynamics, and more--providing a comprehensive and integrated introduction to all of science. The Joy of Science, through enhancing an understanding of the physical world, offers a source of endless wonder and intellectual joy
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MDK
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videorecording
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1948-
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Hazen, Robert M.
Credits note
Producer, Andreas Burgstaller ; editor, Sal Rodriguez ; content supervisor, Ann Waigand
Dewey number
509
LC call number
Q171
LC item number
.H39 2001d
PerformerNote
Sixty lectures of thirty minutes each by Robert M. Hazen, Clarence Robinson Professor of Earth Science at George Mason University, and researcher at the Geophysical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington
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  • Burgstaller, Andreas
  • Teaching Company
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0
Series statement
Great courses, Science & mathematics
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  • Newton, Isaac
  • Bohr, Niels
  • Hubble, Edwin
  • Mendel, Gregor
  • Darwin, Charles
  • Science
  • Science
  • Science
  • Cosmology
  • Motion
  • Gravity
  • Thermodynamics
  • Entropy
  • Magnetism
  • Electricity
  • Electromagnetism
  • Atoms
  • Relativity (Physics)
  • Chemistry
  • Standard model (Nuclear physics)
  • Astronomy
  • Matter
  • Matter
  • Solar system
  • Earth (Planet)
  • Earth sciences
  • Hydrologic cycle
  • Life (Biology)
  • DNA
  • Genetics
  • Evolution (Biology)
  • Natural selection
  • Biotic communities
  • Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric
  • Global warming
  • Bohr, Niels
  • Darwin, Charles
  • Hubble, Edwin
  • Mendel, Gregor
  • Newton, Isaac
  • Astronomy
  • Atoms
  • Biotic communities
  • Chemistry
  • Cosmology
  • DNA
  • Earth sciences
  • Electricity
  • Electromagnetism
  • Entropy
  • Evolution (Biology)
  • Genetics
  • Global warming
  • Gravity
  • Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric
  • Hydrologic cycle
  • Life (Biology)
  • Magnetism
  • Matter
  • Matter
  • Motion
  • Natural selection
  • Relativity (Physics)
  • Science
  • Science
  • Standard model (Nuclear physics)
  • Thermodynamics
  • Earth (Planet)
  • Solar system
Technique
live action
Label
The joy of science, Robert M. Hazen
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Course guidebook includes professor biography, statement of course scope, lecture outlines and notes, timeline, glossary, biographical notes, and bibliography (p. 290-296)
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (viii, 296 pages ; 19 cm).
Carrier category
  • videodisc
  • volume
Carrier category code
  • vd
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
  • two-dimensional moving image
  • spoken word
  • text
Content type code
  • tdi
  • spw
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Lecture five
  • Newton's laws of motion ;
  • Lecture six
  • Universal gravitation
  • Disc 2. Lecture seven
  • The nature of energy ;
  • Lecture eight
  • The first law of thermodynamics ;
  • Lecture nine
  • The second law of thermodynamics ;
  • Part I. Disc 1. Lecture one
  • Lecture ten
  • Entropy ;
  • Lecture eleven
  • Magnetism and static electricity ;
  • Lecture twelve
  • Electricity
  • The nature of science ;
  • lecture two
  • The scientific method ;
  • Lecture three
  • The ordered universe ;
  • Lecture four
  • Celestial and terrestrial mechanics ;
  • Lecture seventeen
  • Atoms ;
  • Lecture eighteen
  • The Bohr atom
  • Disc 4. Lecture nineteen
  • The quantum world ;
  • Lecture twenty
  • The periodic table of the elements ;
  • Lecture twenty one
  • Introduction to chemistry ;
  • Part II. Disc 3. Lecture thirteen
  • Lecture twenty two
  • The chemistry of carbon ;
  • Lecture twenty three
  • States of matter and changes of state ;
  • Lecture twenty four
  • Phase transformations and chemical reactions
  • Electromagnetism ;
  • Lecture fourteen
  • The electromagnetic spectrum, part I ;
  • Lecture fifteen
  • The electromagnetic spectrum, part II ;
  • Lecture sixteen
  • Relativity ;
  • Lecture twenty nine
  • Astronomy ;
  • Lecture thirty
  • The life cycle of stars
  • Disc 6. Lecture thirty one
  • Edwin Hubble and the discovery of galaxies ;
  • Lecture thirty two
  • The big bang ;
  • Lecture thirty three
  • The ultimate structure of matter ;
  • Part III. Disc 5. Lecture twenty five
  • Lecture thirty four
  • The nebular hypothesis ;
  • Lecture thirty five
  • The solar system ;
  • Lecture thirty six
  • The Earth as a planet
  • Properties of materials ;
  • Lecture twenty six
  • Semiconductors and modern microelectronics ;
  • Lecture twenty seven
  • Isotopes and radioactivity ;
  • Lecture twenty eight
  • Nuclear fission and fusion reactions ;
  • Lecture forty one
  • The atmospheric cycle ;
  • Lecture forty two
  • The rock cycle
  • Disc 8. Lecture lecture forty three
  • What is life? ;
  • Lecture forty four
  • Strategies of life ;
  • Lecture forty five
  • Life's molecular building blocks ;
  • Part IV. Disc 7. Lecture thirty seven
  • Lecture forty six
  • Proteins ;
  • Lecture forty seven
  • Cells: The chemical factories of life ;
  • Lecture forty eight
  • Gregor Mendel, founder of genetics
  • The dynamic earth ;
  • Lecture thirty eight
  • The plate-tectonics revolution ;
  • Lecture thirty nine
  • Earthquakes, volcanoes, & plate motions today ;
  • Lecture forty
  • Earth cycles: Water ;
  • Lecture fifty three
  • Cancer and other genetic diseases ;
  • Lecture fifty four
  • The chemical evolution of life
  • Disc 10. Lecture fifty five
  • Biological evolution: A unifying theme of biology ;
  • Lecture fifty six
  • The fact of evolution: The fossil record ;
  • Lecture fifty seven
  • Charles Darwin and the theory of natural selection ;
  • Part V. Disc 9. Lecture forty nine
  • Lecture fifty eight
  • Ecosystems and the law of unintended consequences ;
  • Lecture fifty nine
  • The ozone hole, acid rain, and the greenhouse effect ;
  • Lecture sixty
  • Science: The endless frontier
  • The discovery of DNA ;
  • Lecture fifty
  • The genetic code ;
  • Lecture fifty one
  • Reading the genetic code ;
  • Lecture fifty two
  • Genetic engineering ;
Control code
ocm51039376
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
1/2 in.
Extent
10 videodiscs (1800 min.)
Isbn
9781565855526
Media category
  • video
  • unmediated
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • v
  • n
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
9781565855526
Other physical details
sound, color
Publisher number
  • PD1100-01
  • PD1100-02
  • PD1100-03
  • PD1100-04
  • PD1100-05
  • 1100
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System details
DVD
Video recording format
DVD
Label
The joy of science, Robert M. Hazen
Publication
Note
Course guidebook includes professor biography, statement of course scope, lecture outlines and notes, timeline, glossary, biographical notes, and bibliography (p. 290-296)
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (viii, 296 pages ; 19 cm).
Carrier category
  • videodisc
  • volume
Carrier category code
  • vd
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
  • two-dimensional moving image
  • spoken word
  • text
Content type code
  • tdi
  • spw
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Lecture five
  • Newton's laws of motion ;
  • Lecture six
  • Universal gravitation
  • Disc 2. Lecture seven
  • The nature of energy ;
  • Lecture eight
  • The first law of thermodynamics ;
  • Lecture nine
  • The second law of thermodynamics ;
  • Part I. Disc 1. Lecture one
  • Lecture ten
  • Entropy ;
  • Lecture eleven
  • Magnetism and static electricity ;
  • Lecture twelve
  • Electricity
  • The nature of science ;
  • lecture two
  • The scientific method ;
  • Lecture three
  • The ordered universe ;
  • Lecture four
  • Celestial and terrestrial mechanics ;
  • Lecture seventeen
  • Atoms ;
  • Lecture eighteen
  • The Bohr atom
  • Disc 4. Lecture nineteen
  • The quantum world ;
  • Lecture twenty
  • The periodic table of the elements ;
  • Lecture twenty one
  • Introduction to chemistry ;
  • Part II. Disc 3. Lecture thirteen
  • Lecture twenty two
  • The chemistry of carbon ;
  • Lecture twenty three
  • States of matter and changes of state ;
  • Lecture twenty four
  • Phase transformations and chemical reactions
  • Electromagnetism ;
  • Lecture fourteen
  • The electromagnetic spectrum, part I ;
  • Lecture fifteen
  • The electromagnetic spectrum, part II ;
  • Lecture sixteen
  • Relativity ;
  • Lecture twenty nine
  • Astronomy ;
  • Lecture thirty
  • The life cycle of stars
  • Disc 6. Lecture thirty one
  • Edwin Hubble and the discovery of galaxies ;
  • Lecture thirty two
  • The big bang ;
  • Lecture thirty three
  • The ultimate structure of matter ;
  • Part III. Disc 5. Lecture twenty five
  • Lecture thirty four
  • The nebular hypothesis ;
  • Lecture thirty five
  • The solar system ;
  • Lecture thirty six
  • The Earth as a planet
  • Properties of materials ;
  • Lecture twenty six
  • Semiconductors and modern microelectronics ;
  • Lecture twenty seven
  • Isotopes and radioactivity ;
  • Lecture twenty eight
  • Nuclear fission and fusion reactions ;
  • Lecture forty one
  • The atmospheric cycle ;
  • Lecture forty two
  • The rock cycle
  • Disc 8. Lecture lecture forty three
  • What is life? ;
  • Lecture forty four
  • Strategies of life ;
  • Lecture forty five
  • Life's molecular building blocks ;
  • Part IV. Disc 7. Lecture thirty seven
  • Lecture forty six
  • Proteins ;
  • Lecture forty seven
  • Cells: The chemical factories of life ;
  • Lecture forty eight
  • Gregor Mendel, founder of genetics
  • The dynamic earth ;
  • Lecture thirty eight
  • The plate-tectonics revolution ;
  • Lecture thirty nine
  • Earthquakes, volcanoes, & plate motions today ;
  • Lecture forty
  • Earth cycles: Water ;
  • Lecture fifty three
  • Cancer and other genetic diseases ;
  • Lecture fifty four
  • The chemical evolution of life
  • Disc 10. Lecture fifty five
  • Biological evolution: A unifying theme of biology ;
  • Lecture fifty six
  • The fact of evolution: The fossil record ;
  • Lecture fifty seven
  • Charles Darwin and the theory of natural selection ;
  • Part V. Disc 9. Lecture forty nine
  • Lecture fifty eight
  • Ecosystems and the law of unintended consequences ;
  • Lecture fifty nine
  • The ozone hole, acid rain, and the greenhouse effect ;
  • Lecture sixty
  • Science: The endless frontier
  • The discovery of DNA ;
  • Lecture fifty
  • The genetic code ;
  • Lecture fifty one
  • Reading the genetic code ;
  • Lecture fifty two
  • Genetic engineering ;
Control code
ocm51039376
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
1/2 in.
Extent
10 videodiscs (1800 min.)
Isbn
9781565855526
Media category
  • video
  • unmediated
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • v
  • n
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
9781565855526
Other physical details
sound, color
Publisher number
  • PD1100-01
  • PD1100-02
  • PD1100-03
  • PD1100-04
  • PD1100-05
  • 1100
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System details
DVD
Video recording format
DVD

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