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Veritasium – The Most Radioactive Places on Earth

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Surprising Applications of the Magnus Effect

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Wave-Particle Duality (1980s Canadian series)

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Brian Greene : What’s Beyond The Double Slit Experiment?

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iPad friendly videos

Finally with the latest releases of WordPress, we have been able to use a simple HTML5 based (rather than Flash based) video player. The podcast videos should play on all web browsers / mobile devices now. There is still the … Continue reading

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Helium Balloon In Car

Which way will the balloon move as the car changes it motion?

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Physics Girl – Why do mirrors flip horizontally (but not vertically)?

Why do mirrors appear to flip images horizontally but not vertically?

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Physics Girl – How Rainbows Form

The physics behind rainbows and surprising facts about rainbows.

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Veritasium – Misconceptions About Falling Objects

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Physics Girl – Stacked Ball Drop

What happens when you drop a perfectly balanced stack of balls? And how is the result like a supernova? The classic momentum transfer demonstration, at the next level.

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