This site from the Exploratorium provides an activity in static electricity. Everyday materials ? a Plexiglas? sheet, a piece of wool cloth, and puffed rice ? are used to show the effect of electrical forces betwe...
This site from the University of Oregon?s Physics Department provides a description of Olbers? Paradox which asks why the night sky is dark. The site presents diagrams and an explanation for why a static infinite uni...
This site from Paper Plate Education provides an activity using only a globe and plastic cup to determine the position on the earth where the sun appears directly overhead. Plotting this point on several days...
This set of quantum mechanics java applets, part of the Open Source Physics project, provides simulations that demonstrate the effect of measurement on the time-dependence of quantum states. Exercises are available...
This is a great site from Joe Wolfe of the University of New South Wales, which includes a tutorial and applet about wheels in physics. It answers three basic questions with animations and graphs: What happens when a...
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