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A simple site explaining how topspin curves a tennis ball.
A NASA page examining how a rotating cylinder is lifted using the magnus effect. Includes a java simulator so you can experiment yourself.
A program which models the gravitational effects of different bodies in different systems. This program is simple and shows the effect of gravity very well.
A look at the combined effect on distance from an origin of distance traveled and relativistic effects during accelerated travel.
Brief description of some experiments with smoke in a closed box, with normal convection currents and odd effects, includes diagrams and discussion of effects.
Statements from the Institution of Engineering and Technology on the possible health effects of EM fields and radiation from power lines, mobile phones and their associated base stations.
Read how biology exploit quantum effects to harness nature.
The site is an interactive page to study the photoelectric effect on different materials (sodium, cesium and silver) by changing the wavelength and the intensity of the light.
Explains how Blue Screen Special Effects for television and movies work. From HowStuffWorks.com.
This is a site from the Thinkquest competition with good explanations on the magnetic effect of a current, the motor effect and magnetic field strength.
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