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Engineerguy videos & audio
Bill Hammack's audio and video work emphasizes the creative role of engineers in designing and creating our world. He's a regular commentator on radio - based at Illinois Public Radio in Urbana he's appeared on public radio's premier business program Marketplace, and on Radio National Australia's Science Show. Many engineering, science, and journalistic groups have recognized his work.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 25 ratings
Très instructif!
Ces podcasts sont très instructifs, la seul chose que je trouve dommage, c’est qu’il n’y a pas de sous-titres en Français ou dans une autre langue. Mais merci beaucoup pour ces leçons qui en restent excellente!!!
sshawn.me via Apple Podcasts · France · 09/26/14
Well done Bill!
Fantastic work and explanation! Love the Beta vs. VHS in particular. I’ll be tuning in again!
Sungsurfer949 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/02/14
Awesome stuff!!
This guy is amazing at breaking science down and making it fun! A MUST HAVE for any science fanatic!!!
John Malpas via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/25/14
Recent Episodes
This series on Albert Michelson’s Harmonic Analyzer celebrates a nineteenth century mechanical computer that performed Fourier analysis by using gears, springs and levers to calculate with sines and cosines—an astonishing feat in an age before electronic computers. This video (the fourth of...
Published 11/26/14
This series on Albert Michelson’s Harmonic Analyzer celebrates a nineteenth century mechanical computer that performed Fourier analysis by using gears, springs and levers to calculate with sines and cosines—an astonishing feat in an age before electronic computers. This bonus video shows the...
Published 11/26/14
This series on Albert Michelson’s Harmonic Analyzer celebrates a nineteenth century mechanical computer that performed Fourier analysis by using gears, springs and levers to calculate with sines and cosines—an astonishing feat in an age before electronic computers. This videos shows the machine...
Published 11/26/14
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