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Sciencing.com

“We want to be every student’s go-to resource for all things science. While some websites strictly offer step-by-step math articles, some publications provide up-to-date news content and others feature fun science project ideas, Sciencing does it all. We’re a dynamic site with content… Read More »Sciencing.com

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Mark Rober

“Former NASA engineer. Current YouTuber and friend of science. Answers to some common questions: 1) I studied Mechanical Engineering in School. I did my undergrad at BYU and Masters at USC. 2) I worked for NASA JPL for 9 years,… Read More »Mark Rober

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Physics Simulations

Here’s a list of some random Physics simulations, feel free to add more in the comments! http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/classroom.html http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/HTML5/index.html https://ophysics.com/index.html Photo by Joshua Sukoff on Unsplash

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Flipping Physics

“Make the world a better place through real, fun, and free physics education.” Check it out: https://www.flippingphysics.com/

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CoSpaces – Virtual Simulations

“Open a suite of intuitive built-in tools to create anything in 3D! Use existing assets from the library, building blocks to model your own objects, or upload external files. Available on: smartphone, tablet, desktop, Chromebook” Start simulating now: https://cospaces.io/edu/simulations.html

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A Great Example of Relative Velocity

This is an awesome video of relative velocity with a head wind and a plane appearing to not move in midair. Check out this airplane that appears to not be moving…https://www.reddit.com/r/nextfuckinglevel/comments/idsyda/going_the_same_speed_as_the_wind_in_the_opposite/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf Photo by Nils Nedel on Unsplash