Here are some popular and physics presentations that I have
John G. Cramer
|These are Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt) files used to make recent
Physics Talks on Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions:
DWEF Model: Refractive Distortions of HBT (4,332k) - Invited 25
minute talk given at the Workshop on Particle Correlations and
Femtoscopy (WPCF 2007), Santa Rosa, CA, August 2, 2007.
the RHIC HBT Puzzle (29,044 k) - 1 hour Colloquium on the RHIC
HBT Puzzle and its solution given in the University of Washington
Physics Department on February 28, 2004.
the RHIC HBT Puzzle (27,600 k) - 20 minute talk given at the
Plenary Session of the STAR Physics Analysis Meeting on December 5,
Through the "Veil of Hadronization": Pion Entropy &
PSD at RHIC (1,101k) - 30 minute talk given at the STAR
Collaboration Meeting at Cal Tech, Pasadena, CA, on February 18,
Interferometry and RHIC Physics (7,302k) - Invited 50
minute talk given at the IX Mexican Workshop on Particles and
Fields, "Beyond the Standard Model", held at the
University of Colima, Colima Mexico, November 17-22, 2003.
Entropy and Phase Space Density at RHIC (1,199k) - Invited
30 minute talk given at the Technical University of Warsaw, Warsaw,
Poland on October 16, 2003.
from RHIC (5,358k) - 1 hour Colloquium on RHIC physics
given in the University of Washington Physics Department on March 4,
Physics Talks of Quantum Interpretations and
Quantum Handshake Explored (8,797k) - 1 hour lecture on
the Transactional Interpretation presented at the Aerospace Advanced
Propulsion Workshop, November 2, 2017.
UW Nonlocal Communication Experiment (3,675k) - 1 hour lecture
presented to the Summer Session Physics 327 A class, August 14,
Causality and the Transactional Interpretation (3,022k) -
45 minute invited paper presented at the AAAS PD Symposium Frontiers
of Time, San Diego University, June 21, 2006, San Diego, CA.
Quantum Handshake: A Review of the Transactional Interpretation of
Quantum Mechanics (1,890k) - 1 hour invited paper presented at
the Time-Symmetry in Quantum Mechanics Conference,
Sydney, Australia, July 23, 2005.
Blind Men and The Quantum (1,338k) - The First Hal Clement
Memorial Lecture, given at the Boskone 41 Science Fiction
Convention, Boston Sheraton Hotel, February 15, 2004. A 50
minute discussion of quantum paradoxes and interpretations, with
emphasis on new data (The Afshar Experiment) that appears to falsify
the Copenhagen and Many-Worlds Interpretations, but is consistent
with the Transactional Interpretation.
Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (1,408k) -
1 hour Colloquium given to the Georgetown University Physics
and Philosopy Departments on October 2, 2000 in Washington, D.C.
the Matter?: Quantum Physics for Ordinary People (1,825 k)
- A 50 minute lecture on quantum paradoxes and interpretations given
at The Grange, Whallonsburg, NY, April 20, 2011.
Entanglement, Nonlocality, and Back-In-Time Messages (2,104k)
- A 40 minute talk given as the Science Guest of Honor
presentation at Norwescon 33 on April 3, 2010 at the
SeaTac Red Lion Inn.
Travel in Physics and Science Fiction (2,447k) - A 20
minute talk given to University of Washington Students for the
"Science at the Movies" program on November 3, 2003, in
connection with showing of the movie Terminator 2.
“Hard” Science Fiction: A Personal Account (543k) - A
20 minute talk given to the Bellevue Rotary Club on May 20, 2003, in