This hub is about bullet weight and trajectory. It's intent is to edcuate about the science of bullet velocities and kinetic energy.
This talks about subatomic particles and has a useful subatomic particle chart, do you know the difference between Quarks, leptons, elctrons, gluons this guide will help you understand the elementary particles of the standard model
Some people might have a question on their mind as to how the streetlights turn on automatically when it starts turning dark. There are two ways in which streetlights can work. It depends on what mechanism is actually implemented on the streetlights. Some countries use timers to control the...
What Are Nuclear Isomers? - Nuclear isomers defy common sense. Their application for nuclear batteries and gamma ray lasers promises to revolutionize the world.
The Morse Telegraph was the most popular and efficient means of communicating information in the mid-19th C. Even now, in times when other means of communication are unavailable it is in use by military and marine officers. Investigate the physics behind the Morse Telegraph by creating your own...
Parallel path magnetic technology reveals an astonishing phenomenon wherein an electrical input of unit 1 is used to produce upto 4 times more magnetic power.
How to weigh a car without conventional weighing equipment or lifting gear, using only a steel tape measure and a portable tyre pressure gauge. A fun article, but the physics is sound!
Practice problems from Halliday, chapter 2.
The mathematicians invoke the line to explain many natural phenomena. However, they claim that they can't define this elusive geometry.
This article explains the basic electrical concepts of current voltage, resistance and electrical polarity and list the effects of current flow in an electrical circuit.