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The peculiar aspects of quantum spin measurements in EPR-type experiments can be regarded as a natural extension of the principle of special relativity. This article looks at the mathematics of this ...
This site provides a wide array of multimedia activities on Waves, Vectors, Gravity, Algebra, Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Statistics and Astronomy !
A simply presented but comprehensive list of flash simulations, covering everything from classical mechanics to tutorials on relativity.
A series of pages explaining the concept of spacetime with good diagrams. Good introduction to relativity.
Explore science through a series of interactive applets on a range of topics from climate change, relativity and modern physics
This site explores topics in modern physics including relativity, quantum mechanics, and string theory, focusing on the qualitative, counterintuitive implications.
This video animation explores how a person travelling close to the speed of light on board a rocket ages slower than their twin thanks to the relativity and time dilation.
This site covers Forces, motion, magnetism, electricity, mechanics, relativity, quantum mechanics using text and some colour diagrams and also some interactive puzzles and games.
Part of the Physics Classroom, with plenty of animations demonstrating principles such as Newton's laws, special relativity, kinematics, waves, work, momentum and projectiles.
Does the theory of relativity imply a closed finite universe? This site tries to explain the theories. Very text heavy!
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