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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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What on Earth is Wrong with Gravity?

Physicist Dr Brian Cox embarks on an adventure to discover why even the world’s most famous scientists have not been able to unravel the darkest secret of the Universe. On his journey to the truth, Brian literally gets to grips … Continue reading

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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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