I have to give five different lectures on related topics physics for my senior seminar. I want to do something really interesting not that physics isn't interesting I just want my lectures to go over well. so does anyone have any suggestions?
Neutrino Oscillations, Symmetries in physics and the detection of parity violation, Quasars & Active Galactic Nuclei, Observational findings that supports Big Bang cosmology, Electroweak unification and the Higgs Boson.
For my school ( I am not sure if this is same for other schools, I am undergrad.) we have a senior level course where we give lectures on topics in physics, it is a requirement. The Topics cant be things that we covered a lot in our classes. It is a way for us to demonstrate our knowledge of physics.
I once gave a talk on alternative theories of cosmology, an idea which could be adapted to your needs. It's interesting to let other students know that there are credible theories other than the 'standard models'.
I just talk to my Professor for that class... we talk for while and i guess all my lectures are going to be about black holes. I just have to pick five different topic with black holes or about black holes I already have a few in mind thanks to Malawi glenn. anything else any of you can offer will be very much appreciated thanks for the help people...
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