Julius Sumner Miller
Last revised: November 22, 2010.
Born and raised in the USA, the Professor roamed the world, bringing the light of science to the masses, through his demonstrations in Physics, and more than a little philosophy rolled in. I would submit that JSM could easily wear the epithet of the astronomer Christiaan Huygens: "The World is my country, Science my religion."
Here are some very brief beginnings that may or may not whet your appetite !
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This is the first time in many years that viewers have been allowed to see more than a few seconds of JSM.
Thumbnails of planned gallery lost in a CD failure after a virus attack.
ABC - Why Is It So ? - Official ABC site with
clips from the original series !
- COLOR clips of Demonstrations in Physics !
JSM on Frightenstein - The good professor
appeared regularly on Canada's Count Frightenstein !
JSM on NPR - Transcript from a National
Public Radio appearance.
JSM quiz questions - Samples at the ANU.
JSM on W8CH - Some rememberances of JSM.
JSM in Sasquatch Territory - More about JSM.
JSM by Mountain Man - Still more about JSM.
JSM inspires Rick Draper - Rick applies the Philosophy of JSM.
JSM inspires Matthew Allen - Matthew ponders the
problem of encouraging students to ask questions.
IMDB - JSM page on the Internet
TvTome - More info on JSM
appearances on U.S. TV.
TvTome - Mickey Mouse Club - JSM appeared regularly as "Professor Wonderful"
[Disney also released a number of JSM records]
Disney Videos - JSM appearances on VHS from the Mickey Mouse Club
Karl Kruszelnicki holder of the JSM
Fellowship at the University of Sydney
Einstein a GoGo on 3RRR Melbourne Sunday
11am. Hear the forces of light and dark debate live !
Susan GreenField Professor Greenfield may
just be neuroscience's answer to Emma Peel.
Y! The Nine Network's science program for the kids.
Memory of Julius Sumner Miller
Born 17th May 1909, Billerica, Massachusetts, USA
Died of Leukemia 14th April 1987.
progress, one day, I may come back and complete this site.
You can also look forward to Gary Z's mathematical analyses of some classic JSM demos.
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