Joined: 20 Dec 07
So, recently, there was a great program on LHC on the Science Channel HD in the USA.
Brian Cox is the guide. Brian "eats the camera" as they say.
I missed the TV, a friend told me about it.
But, I found it in chunks, five 9 minute chunks, on YouTube. There is a bookmarklet for Firefox and IE to download and save YouTube videos as .mp4. So that's easy. Then, I stitched the chunks together with some video software. The breaks catch Brian literally in the middle of a word. But in the stitched file, one hardly even notices.
Due obeisance is paid to Fermi Labs, where Brian was for three years. Also, at the end, passing references to string theory.
This is worth the work.
I checked my LHC@home WU results, on two dual core machines, over 160 successful results, a few redundant results. Not too bad.
Joined: 2 Sep 04
Don\'t forget to check out the CERNTV channel on youtube.
I'm not the LHC Alex. Just a number cruncher like everyone else here.