Examining the nexus of energy and matter. Exploring for metaphysical clues in the process. What factor or effect does our consciousness, and or 'god', have in articulating our study life as we know it.
Sound is a powerful energy source which impact us in many different ways. Every sound is a vibration made of waves oscillating at a particular frequency. Learn how we produce sound by speaking and singing.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is a preeminent scientist, and a superstar insofar as spreading the much needed interest in the pursuit of science. His engaging dialogue and unbridled enthusiasm make him great.
A hub on how infrared radiation works, its discovery, detection, properties and facts. This will also help with reference for school and college / university students.
What does a giraffe sound like? Here are the sounds giraffes do make, and other giraffe facts and trivia sure to expand your universe. Bleats, Mews, coughs, and hisses.
Complete Formula Sheet for A level Physics including derivations where appropriate.
A Force table is a tool to demonstrate Newton's First Law and how vectors work. It is common in most physics classroom labs. Newton's First Law: An object at rest remains at rest and an object in motion conitnues in motion with constant velocity...
This is part 6 of a 6 part hands-on unit on inventions and simple machines. Work in groups to devise a confetti launcher and a Rube Goldberg machine that makes the simple task of squirting toothpaste onto a toothbrush as complex and fun as possible! My lessons are geared toward 3rd-4th grade level...
A hub on the uses, applications and hazards of Infrared radiation.
J.J. Thomson discovered the electron in 1897 and led the Cavendish Laboratory into a world-class research institution. His work opened he field of subatomic physics to experimental investigation and helped unravel the inner workings of the atom.