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A brief description of how Internet Infrastructure works, covering domain name servers, network access points and backbones. From HowStuffWorks.com.
Orbit simulator software for school and college students and teachers. The orbit simulator allows laboratory exercises on gravitational physics, elliptical orbits, double stars, escape velocity, ...
12 points about cricket examined from a physics perspective.
Explains the optical principles and technology behind cameras (SLR and point-and-shoot) and photography. From HowStuffWorks.com.
The stars can be imagined to be points of light on a sphere which rotates about the Earth. Projecting the Earth's poles and equator out onto this imaginary sphere provides a framework for celestial ...
A weekly foray into the latest news and topics from the world of the paranormal, fringe science, and controversial claims from a scientific point of view.
Relive the first moon landing from NASA's point of view including images and recordings of what people were saying.
The animation is of a simple pendulum. It's length, the acceleration due to gravity and the starting point of the oscillation can be changed.
Create a circuit by dragging components (battery, bulbs, wires, resistors, voltmeter, ammeter) on to a circuit board. You can use the ammeter and voltmeter to check the current and voltage at ...
How to boil an egg, from a physicist's point of view. Includes an equation to calculate the time required to boil a (spherical and homogeneous) egg, and other interesting facts about eggs.
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