1. How Does a Crystal Work?

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    Norm Kester of Quantum Innovations discusses how a crystal works as "the brains of the operation" during the deposition phase of the coating process.

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    • Mind's Eye

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      When Bruce Trenwith, a volunteer fireman, was trapped inside his vehicle during the 1983 Ash Wednesday bushfires in the Adelaide Hills, he thought he was going to die. He didn't, but he was left with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). For the first time, modern brain imaging techniques are allowing us to 'see' the very real impacts of post-traumatic stress.

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      • Male Contraceptive

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        The age of the male pill is coming ... finally. A drug company has committed the US$400million it will cost to make the male pill a reality. Wilson da Silva looks at why time has stood still for men since the female pill appeared in 1961, and the reasons why this advance has been held back - some of them social, some of them commercial, but few of them scientific. Writer, Presenter: Wilson da Silva Producer: Madeleine O'Dea

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        • A Day In The Life (Trailer)

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          I recently purchased a new lens and wanted to see how it integrated with my old ones in post production. I wanted to measure sharpness and just overall quality. I filmed myself brushing my teeth and I said "Hey, why not make it into a short film trailer?" And so I did. -Panasonic GH2 (Quantum X V1.1 Hack) -14-42 Kit Lens -Nikkor 50mm 1.4D witih Fotodiox Adaptor (93mm with crop factor)

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          • GENTLE MONSTER QUANTUM PROJECT - ALICE JUNG | IN BETWEEN

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            The Quantum Project presents a new evolution of commercial space by creating fast space that is redesigned every 25 days through collaborations with an extensive range of artists and brands. IN BETWEEN ALICE JUNG Installtion art NOVEMBER 11 ~ NOVEMBER 25, 2014 The Quantum Project presents a new evolution of commercial space by creating fast space that is redesigned every 15 days through collaborations with an extensive range of artists and brands. Quantum Project’s eleventh exhibition, “IN BETWEEN,” was a collaboration with artist, Alice Jung. It expresses the idea of 會者定離 去者必返: What Goes around, Comes around. Jung uses lots of colors and light to show the interaction between people. Through this she portrays feelings of doubt and isolation that she feels as a result of being outside of her country for so long. http://gentlemonster.com

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            • Can You Catch A Heart Attack?

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              Surprising links have been discovered between two types of bacteria and the development of heart disease: one causes periodontal disease and another is a recently-discovered species that causes coughs and colds. In fact, more than a dozen studies now show that those infected with the bacteria are three to five times more likely to have heart disease. If such evidence continues to mount, it raises the prospect of treating heart disease with antibiotics.

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              • Roman Lead

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                Core samples from deep beneath the Greenland ice have revealed a mysterious peak in lead levels 2,600 years ago. The levels of lead in the ancient air can only be matched by the kind of pollution in the Industrial Revolution. What were the Romans doing to produce so much lead? The answer lies in Spain, in the countryside around the ancient Roman mines of Rio Tinto.

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                • Requiem For The Toothfish

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                  The worlds' fisheries are in collapse: there are too many fishing vessels and they're chasing fewer and fewer fish. Wilson da Silva looks at the Patagonian toothfish; a species that is still a mystery to science and yet, it is already headed for extinction. Its story is a microcosm for the state of fisheries today - soon, it seems, it will be fishermen who will be extinct.

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                  • Mirror Matter

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                    Just when you thought the universe was already too complicated, along comes a theory that makes it seem bizarre as well. Australian scientists have proposed an elegant solution to one of the most perplexing problems in physics: why the Sun appears to be emitting only half as many neutrinos as it should. Wilson da Silva explains.

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                    • Landscape Archaeology

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                      At Stud Creek, in Australia’s outback, 150 years of grazing has worn away the topsoil and revealing a treasure trove of stone tools. Archaeologists are using new techniques to map the tool fragments where they lie without taking them away: - a real plus for local Aborigines, who’s see the tools are part of their cultural heritage.

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