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Space Physics: An Introduction
Phenomenal Physics Q&A (Part II)
Phenomenal Physics Q&A (Part I)
Space Physics: An Introduction to Black Holes
Yeast: Everywhere, Anywhere, and When the Time is Right
The Physics of Thermals
Food Science: Cotton Candy
Life Science: Methamphetamine vs. the Body
Food Webs: Energy Moving through Ecosystems
Step Right Up! Part 2: The Scientific Method – Carnival Games
Step Right Up! Part 1: Carousels – Rotational Motion
Breakers: The Physics of Water Waves
An Introduction to the Temperature Scales
The Work of Simple Machines
How Do Living Things Depend on the Physical World for Survival?
The Physics of Radiation: Vapor Trails in the Mist
Magnets: The Physics of the Poles and the Dynamo Effect
Physics of the Spine Part 1
Franklin’s Folly? The Flow of Electrical Current
Sunrise Physics and the Colors of a Sunset
The Human Circuit: Batteries in Nature
Ice Floats: Density Properties of Water
Soda: The Instant Freeze
The CSI of Glow Sticks
Halloween Goo (Cornstarch and Water) the Non-Newtonian Fluid
The Cartesian Diver – Archimedes and Boyle
The Physics of Cookies and Milk
The Physics of Flight
Hot or Cold Boiling Water?
The Wonderful World of Slinky?
Free Falling Bodies
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