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Physics Central is how the 42,000 physicists of the American Physical Society "communicate the excitement and importance of physics to everyone." The continually updated Web site provides news and insight into the world of physics through articles, subject and physicist features, pictures, answered questions, and much more.
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Zooniverse
The Zooniverse provides an extraordinarily popular venue for citizen science projects. To explore what?s on offer, readers may click on projects, then select e...
Serendip Studio: Hands-on...
Serendip Studio is ?a digital ecosystem, fueled by serendipity.? Organized around seven broad categories - playground, brain & behavior, complex systems, bio...
Talking about Sound and Music
Catherine Schmidt-Jones, in cooperation with the Connexions Project at Rice University, addresses the connection between musical instruments and the physics of...
CBIT: Chemistry - Biology...
This website describes the courses, student projects, and grants of the interdisciplinary Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) Training Program at the University...
Teaching Climate
Earth?s climate is a mind bogglingly complex system of interdependent parts, and teaching about that system is no easy task. This site from NOAA climate.gov p...



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A rough ball will travel further than smooth one. Roughness, whether from stitching or abrasion, creates a layer of turbulent air that greatly reduces drag. A smooth golf ball would fly only about half as far as the normal dimpled variety.


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