Perm Wind: First Section (03:13)
Using the pupils as a guideline, begin with a tram section on the top and front of the head. Twist and clip the hair.
Perm Wind: Second and Third Sections (03:17)
Using your comb, continue the tram lines from the top of the head down the back of the head. Section across the occipital bone, twist and clip the hair. Twist and clip the remaining bottom section.
Perm Wind: Fourth Section (01:51)
Section off the hair above the right ear. Twist and clip it out of the way. Avoid the common mistake of joining lines.
Perm Wind: Sections Five Through Nine (02:54)
Section across the top of the right ear to join up with the occipital bone for section five and finish the right side by clipping section six out of the way. Repeat on the other side for sections seven through nine.
Discovery or Glitch? (02:29)
Scientists visited Chicago to hear particle physicists from CERN to learn the latest news from the Hadron Collider. Rumors circulated that they discovered new matter. Horizon will examine the few months where teams attempted to discover if it was a glitch in data or the biggest physics discovery in modern times. (Credits)
Large Hadron Collider (03:21)
Particle Physicists believed the LHC created a new subatomic particle that would transform physics. Mike Lamont performs maintenance on the world's largest particle collider which was built in 2009. Super conducting Magnets bend the beam inside the accelerator.
Finding New Particles (02:44)
The LHC recreates conditions a millionth of a second after the big bang. Dr. Victoria Martin examines how to use mass-energy equivalence to explain how the particle accelerator works. Physicists hope that undiscovered particles will explain how the universe was formed.
Detecting Particles (03:34)
Dave Charlton runs A Toroidal Large Hadron Collider Apparatus (ATLAS) and Tiziano Camporesi runs the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS). The two physicists discuss how it detects particles from the LHC's experiments and the two machines can corroborate and validate findings.
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