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A short animated film highlighting the major events in the history of physics.
An animated pizza slices tells you how to keep cheese and tomato sauce off your face using physics and maths.
Minute physics takes a look at gravity and one of the misconceptions in the way we think about it.
Particle physicists from the US talk about why particle physics is important.
Human sperm and sperm world inhabit totally different realms of the fluid world. Learn more about Reynold's number in this short and informative animated film.
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Sean Carroll talks about what the discovery means for the future of particle physics.
Clifford Johnson, a USC College Physics and Astronomy professor explains string theory in this 5 minute video.
Richard Hammond sits in a car struck by an 800,000V lightning bolt, explaining the physics of a faraday cage. Nail biting!
Famous paradoxes explained in just over a minute, including three physics ones; the grandfather paradox, twin paradox and Schrödinger’s Cat.
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