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.
Easily a favorite topic amongst many of us. Now, here are some more reasons why we love lasers. As if you needed any more!
This hub will provide a complete and comprehensive guide to elementary subatomic particles. Elementary in this context means simple: elementary particles are not made up of smaller particles.
The Rube Goldberg machine can be a source of entertainment and educational tool. It has been used as visual medium in popular culture and as a means to encourage critical thinking among students.
A short guide for teachers on how to plan for an outside (can be adapted to inside) lesson on radiation beyond visible spectrum, in this case infra-red.
Complete formula sheet for AS Level Physics. With appropriate derivations. Best for Revision.
This is part 4 of a 6 part hands-on unit on inventions and simple machines. Build and test pulleys, play pulley tug-of-war, find out how a clock works, and more! My lessons are geared toward 3rd-4th grade level children and their siblings. These are lessons I created to do with a weekly homeschool...
A magnet is an object that produced a magnetic field. The magnetic field is an invisible force and as a young child I had an endless fascination with magnets. They drew me in to science in a way that few other objects could, after all - they seemed...
A Newtonian demonstrator is also called the "Newton's Cradle" and is sold as an office desk toy. It comes in a dramatic range of sizes and shapes, as you can see. The Geek Group in Kalamazoo makes the giant size.
The article addresses thy physics of projectile motion. Firstly we discuss vertical and horizontal projectile as a special case of this type of motions, caused by the gravitation force. All basic concept relating projectile motion, including trajectory, initial velocity, horizontal range are...