New Podcast Ready! Wind Segment 1: Pressure

The Everyday Science show is a joint  production of Poudre School District Channel 10 and Colorado State University‘s Little Shop of Physics. On each episode, we ask—and answer—questions about how the world works. The host of the show, Colorado State University physics teacher Brian Jones is joined by two Poudre School District students who experiment and explore the topic at hand using a range of commonly available tools.

These days, we are exploring atmospheric topics—like wind, and why the wind blows. The Little Shop of Physics is part of the education and outreach efforts of CMMAP, the Center for Multiscale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes. CMMAP researchers are doing cutting edge research on efforts to simulate and explain the workings of the earth’s atmosphere. And these researchers have lent their ideas and expertise to the Everyday Science show—a collaboration that led to this and many  other programs.

Each show is a series of seven segments filmed in the Channel 10 studio and out and about in our community. If you live in our area, you can see the show on Channel 10. If you aren’t lucky enough to live in Fort Collins, no problem—you can watch and download segments of the show right here. We’ll post a new segment each week, so keep checking back—or simply subscribe to this blog.

Happy viewing! Do leave us comments and suggestions, and don’t hesitate to contact us!

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Segment 1 Download Links
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