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This NASA website contains information about hurricanes and describes how they form, intensify, and then weaken. The site explains the physics of hurricane formation and also the chain reaction that intensifies...
This Science News article, from Cornell University, provides information about extraordinarily small vibrating devices, including a nanoguitar that is "carved out of crystalline silicon and no larger than a single...
This site presents the geophysics of the eruption and formation of geysers. The site lists the requirements for geysers to form and also explains why they are becoming increasingly rare. Photos and links are also...
This page showcases research conducted at Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the laser-cooling of macroscopic materials, in order to observe quantum effects. The material--a dime-sized mirror--was suspended with...
This site by Charles and Ray Eames provides a series of multimedia resources that illustrate the scale of the universe. Visitors can view stills from the Charles and Ray Eames video "Powers of Ten," which zooms in and...
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