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Explore Big History

Interactively explore the timeline of the universe.

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Kinetic energy, mass and velocity

The student can study the effect on distance and time of altering the kinetic energy and mass of a sphere. Results could be plotted onto a spreadsheet.

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The Great Energy Challenge

A collection of articles about the challenge of reducing our energy and carbon footprint. Two interactive let you explore where over the world uses the most electricity and what your energy ...

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Squishy Circuits

An activity to do at home to explore the world of circuits. Make two types of dough, one that carries electricity and one that doesn't, to create all sorts of circuits and explore how they work.

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Fowler's Physics

Various applets allowing results to be taken for demonstration purposes.

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Line Rider

A fun toy that lets you build a sledge run and then test it out. You'll need a good feel for the laws of motion to get results!

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Saving energy - the Interactive House

An interesting interactive site where you can explore a house and see what energy-saving changes you could make.

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Seeking the Cosmic Dawn

A look at the results from BICEP2 detector in the south pole which gives evidence for inflation happening at the start of the universe.

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Energy transfer and storage

An activity to explore energy transfer and storage

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The End of My Latin

Kaufmann's experimental results on deflection of electrons in an electromagnetic field favoured Abraham's theory, not Einstein and Lorentz, but were eventually proved wrong.

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