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How does one exactly illustrate the principle of chaos? Well, fortunately for budding physicists and other interested parties, a very nice animation demonstrating chaos (and other such processes and phenomena) are made...
Richard Feynman was one of the great communicators and scholars within the field of physics, and his very accessible lectures remain the stuff of legend. While Professor Feynman is no longer with us, physics teachers can...
The Whys Guy, a.k.a. Mats Selen, a physics professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, supplies archives of his weekly video clips of experiments on a weekly morning show. The experiments, which can best...
Michael Fowler, Commonwealth Professor of Physics at the University of Virginia, offers this prime collection of (some still in progress) physics demonstrations. Applets (Java) demonstrate such classic principles as...
The Physics.org website, created by the Institute of Physics, furnishes innumerable hand-picked, relevant, and accurate physics websites. Through the natural language query software, EasyAsk, visitors can locate...
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