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Interference Collection

"Interference: Unraveling the Threads of Influence" In a world woven with intricate patterns, interference emerges as a captivating phenomenon

Background imageInterference Collection: Isabella, 1849. Artist: John Everett Millais

Isabella, 1849. Artist: John Everett Millais
Isabella, 1849

Background imageInterference Collection: Domineering mother-in-law instructing a young couple on how to run their household (colour litho)

Domineering mother-in-law instructing a young couple on how to run their household (colour litho)
5999948 Domineering mother-in-law instructing a young couple on how to run their household (colour litho) by Browne, Tom (1872-1910); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageInterference Collection: Two film photographs: top left an ensemble shot

Two film photographs: top left an ensemble shot
Two film photographs: top left ensemble shot from Gold Diggers of Broadway featuring Ann Pennigton and top right William Powell and Evelyn Brent in Interference, a Paramount talkie (1930). Date: 1930

Background imageInterference Collection: 'Do you think this is a case which will warrant my interference? asked President Lincoln'(engraving)

"Do you think this is a case which will warrant my interference? asked President Lincoln"(engraving)
6003485 " Do you think this is a case which will warrant my interference? asked President Lincoln" (engraving) by English School

Background imageInterference Collection: The Jameson Raid. Leander Starr Jameson taken by the Boers to Pretoria after his capture

The Jameson Raid. Leander Starr Jameson taken by the Boers to Pretoria after his capture, 1896 (engraving)
6000486 The Jameson Raid. Leander Starr Jameson taken by the Boers to Pretoria after his capture, 1896 (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Jameson Raid)

Background imageInterference Collection: Salvador Allende, Chilean politician and president overthrown by a military coup d etat in 1973

Salvador Allende, Chilean politician and president overthrown by a military coup d etat in 1973 (b / w photo)
6029897 Salvador Allende, Chilean politician and president overthrown by a military coup d etat in 1973 (b/w photo) by European Photographer

Background imageInterference Collection: The London Conference, 4th November 1830: The Despots of Downing Street Sending Leopold

The London Conference, 4th November 1830: The Despots of Downing Street Sending Leopold
PLT238264 The London Conference, 4th November 1830: The Despots of Downing Street Sending Leopold of Saxe-Cobourg to Reign in Belgium (litho) by Poelman

Background imageInterference Collection: The Jameson Raid (colour litho)

The Jameson Raid (colour litho)
2818710 The Jameson Raid (colour litho) by Meyer, Henri (1841-99) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Jameson Raid. Leander Starr Jameson captured by the Boers in the Transvaal)

Background imageInterference Collection: Warps

Warps
Stefano Scappazzoni

Background imageInterference Collection: Piper PA-23 Apache G-ASHC

Piper PA-23 Apache G-ASHC
Piper PA-23-160 Apache G-ASHC Crashed 21 March 1964 at Melling, near Aintree village, on Grand National Day, killing all five persons on board (pilot and four passengers)

Background imageInterference Collection: The Pacification of the Indians, 1914

The Pacification of the Indians, 1914. Col. Rondon trying on shirts in the far interior of Brazil. From The Beautiful Rio De Janeiro by Alured Gray Bell. [William Heinemann, London, 1914]

Background imageInterference Collection: Thomas Young (1773-1829), Thin films illustrated by soap bubble, 1872

Thomas Young (1773-1829), Thin films illustrated by soap bubble, 1872
Thin films illustrated by a soap bubble. Surface tension of soapy water allows bubbles to form. Thomas Young (1773-1829) used his Wave (Undulatory) theory of light to explain colours of thin films

Background imageInterference Collection: Interference by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden

Interference by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden
Promotional postcard for Interference by Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden. First produced at the St. Jamess Theatre, 29th January 1927

Background imageInterference Collection: Drawing by Ernst Heinrich Weber and Wilhelm Weber illustrating their observation of the phenomenon

Drawing by Ernst Heinrich Weber and Wilhelm Weber illustrating their observation of the phenomenon of wave interference
WEBER: WAVE INTERFERENCE. Drawing by Ernst Heinrich Weber and Wilhelm Weber illustrating their observation of the phenomenon of wave interference and its effect on the waves transmission: drawing

Background imageInterference Collection: Diffraction grating pattern

Diffraction grating pattern formed by laser light (red). The laser light has passed through an array of crossed gratings. Because light is a wave

Background imageInterference Collection: Hilger Interference Gauge Testing Engineers

Hilger Interference Gauge Testing Engineers
The Hilger Interference Gauge Testing Outfit for Engineers intended for use when photographs of interference phenomena were required. Date: 1925

Background imageInterference Collection: FILM STILL: INTERFERENCE. William Powell in Interference, one of the first full talking films

FILM STILL: INTERFERENCE. William Powell in Interference, one of the first full talking films, 1928

Background imageInterference Collection: FILM STILL: INTERFERENCE. William Powell and Evelyn Brent in Interference, one

FILM STILL: INTERFERENCE. William Powell and Evelyn Brent in Interference, one of the first full talking films, 1928

Background imageInterference Collection: Cartoon on the interference of Louis XIV in the English throne, 1689, Gisling, after 1689

Cartoon on the interference of Louis XIV in the English throne, 1689, Gisling, after 1689

Background imageInterference Collection: This diagram illustrates two-point source interference. Wood engraving, 19th century

This diagram illustrates two-point source interference. Wood engraving, 19th century
WAVE INTERFERENCE. This diagram illustrates two-point source interference. Wood engraving, 19th century

Background imageInterference Collection: Diagram by Thomas Young illustrating the interference of two light waves: drawing, 1803

Diagram by Thomas Young illustrating the interference of two light waves: drawing, 1803
YOUNG: WAVE INTERFERENCE. Diagram by Thomas Young illustrating the interference of two light waves: drawing, 1803

Background imageInterference Collection: Thin films illustrated by a soap bubble. Surface tension of soapy water allows bubbles to form

Thin films illustrated by a soap bubble. Surface tension of soapy water allows bubbles to form. Thomas Young (1773-1829) used his Wave (Undulatory) theory of light to explain colours of thin films

Background imageInterference Collection: Formation of rainbow by dispersion and total internal reflection (top). Observing

Formation of rainbow by dispersion and total internal reflection (top). Observing Newtons Rings (circular concentric interference fringes)

Background imageInterference Collection: Frank B Kellogg, right, US Secretary of State 1925-1929, defending American interference

Frank B Kellogg, right, US Secretary of State 1925-1929, defending American interference in Nicaragua, 1927

Background imageInterference Collection: Soap bubble showing multitude of colours, close up

Soap bubble showing multitude of colours, close up

Background imageInterference Collection: Sillhouettes of a hand two sets of water ripple-rings formed around it illustrating principle of

Sillhouettes of a hand two sets of water ripple-rings formed around it illustrating principle of interference with light waves

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of toothbrush F008 / 2030

Photoelastic stress of toothbrush F008 / 2030
Coloured light interference pattern of a toothbrush. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of toothbrush F008 / 2038

Photoelastic stress of toothbrush F008 / 2038
Coloured light interference pattern of a toothbrush. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of forks and spoons F008 / 2035

Photoelastic stress of forks and spoons F008 / 2035
Coloured light interference pattern of spoons and forks. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of knives and forks F008 / 2032

Photoelastic stress of knives and forks F008 / 2032
Coloured light interference pattern of knives and forks. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of a knife and fork F008 / 2029

Photoelastic stress of a knife and fork F008 / 2029
Coloured light interference pattern of a knife and fork. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of forks and spoons F008 / 2033

Photoelastic stress of forks and spoons F008 / 2033
Coloured light interference pattern of forks and spoons. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of a knife and fork F008 / 2031

Photoelastic stress of a knife and fork F008 / 2031
Coloured light interference pattern of a knife and fork. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Photoelastic stress of knives and forks F008 / 2039

Photoelastic stress of knives and forks F008 / 2039
Coloured light interference pattern of knives and forks. When photographed through cross-polarised white light some transparent plastics display coloured interference effects

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2992

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2992
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2986

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2986
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2994

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2994
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2988

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2988
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2985

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2985
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2989

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2989
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2991

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2991
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2993

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2993
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2990

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2990
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2984

Lissajous figure, artwork F005 / 2984
Computer artwork of a Lissajous figure or Bowditch curve, which is the graph of a system of parametric equations which describe complex harmonic motion

Background imageInterference Collection: RNA-induced silencing complex F006 / 9502

RNA-induced silencing complex F006 / 9502
RNA-induced silencing complex (RISC), molecular model. This complex consists of a bacterial argonaute protein bound to a small interfering RNA (siRNA) molecule (red and blue)

Background imageInterference Collection: Soap film colours and patterns

Soap film colours and patterns
Colours in a soap film. The colours are produced by the interference of light waves reflected from the upper and lower surfaces of the film

Background imageInterference Collection: Surface colours of a Soap Bubble C016 / 6364

Surface colours of a Soap Bubble C016 / 6364
Soap bubble colours. The movement in the thin film is due to the interaction between gravity and buoyancy in the liquid. The colours are produced by the interference of light waves reflected from

Background imageInterference Collection: Surface colours of a Soap Bubble C016 / 6366

Surface colours of a Soap Bubble C016 / 6366
Soap bubble colours. The movement in the thin film is due to the interaction between gravity and buoyancy in the liquid. The colours are produced by the interference of light waves reflected from



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"Interference: Unraveling the Threads of Influence" In a world woven with intricate patterns, interference emerges as a captivating phenomenon. Just like an interference pattern that mesmerizes our eyes, life too presents us with unexpected overlaps and clashes. Imagine soap bubbles floating in the air, their delicate surfaces shimmering with vibrant hues. Interference occurs when these bubbles collide and create stunning patterns that captivate our imagination. Similarly, human interactions often lead to unforeseen consequences, where different perspectives clash and intertwine. The artwork "Isabella" by John Everett Millais portrays the interference of forbidden love amidst societal norms in 1849. It reminds us how external forces can disrupt personal desires and shape destinies. Roland Pertwee and Harold Dearden's play titled "Interference" delves into the complexities of relationships, showcasing how meddling influences can alter lives forever. Like domineering mother-in-laws instructing young couples on household matters they can either nurture or suffocate growth. History also bears witness to instances where interference shaped nations' fates. President Lincoln pondered whether his intervention was warranted during critical times in American history. The Jameson Raid highlighted how external meddling led to political turmoil while Salvador Allende's presidency fell victim to military coup d'état – both destructive interferences altering destinies. Even international conferences such as "The London Conference" demonstrate how powerful entities attempt to exert influence over others for their own gain – sending ripples across borders through diplomatic maneuvers. As we navigate this complex tapestry called life, it becomes crucial to recognize when interference is beneficial or detrimental. Sometimes it brings forth beautiful collaborations and harmonious outcomes; other times it disrupts balance and imposes unwanted control. So let us embrace the intricacies with open minds – acknowledging its potential impact on our lives while discerning between genuine support and unwarranted manipulation.