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My collegue Jan Mooij showed me this little physics experiment. I'll show you a video of it soon.  :-)  Now it's time to guess what it is.

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My collegue Jan Mooij showed me this little physics experiment. I'll show you a video of it soon.

#Cancer is a leading cause of death in many wealthy countries, and its toll is rising in poorer regions. A 2012 study in The Lancet Oncology predicted that from 2008-2030, cancer incidence will rise 75 percent globally and will double in the least developed countries. Interactive map

Cancer's Global Footprint - Cancer is a leading cause of death in many wealthy countries, and its toll is rising in poorer regions. A 2012 study in The Lancet Oncology predicted

"Joules of the Universe". Diagram depicting all energy levels in the universe, beginning with a single photon, then progressing up to the energy of a hydrogen atom, the energy of an atomic bomb, the yearly output of the sun, and finally the total energy output of the universe. Memorable steps along the way include the energy in a ton of coal, and the energy of a bumblebee traveling at half the speed of light.

"Joules of the Universe". Diagram depicting all energy levels in the universe…

Coldest and Hottest Temperatures in the Known Universe

A Billion Degrees of Separation: TEMPERATURE - From absolute zero to 'absolute hot' infographic.

Ever wondered the physics behind Angry Birds?Here it is #infographics #angrybirds

How an AP physics student plays angry birds lol we so just do this in class!

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A collection of visually stimulating Mind Maps demonstrating how iMindMap can be used for business, planning, education, presentation and tons more!

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Because Wale & I met in physics class w a teacher obsessed w gravity jokes, & love is like gravity .

Demonstrating the spring constant.  Initial set up.

Demonstrating the spring constant. Initial set up.

Finding Acceleration: This page from The Physics Classroom provides numerous examples of how Newton's second law can be used to determine the acceleration of an object.

Finding Acceleration: This page from The Physics Classroom provides numerous examples of how Newton's second law can be used to determine the acceleration of an object.

Inclined Planes: This page from The Physics Classroom discusses the physics associated with the movement of objects along inclined planes.

Inclined Planes: This page from The Physics Classroom discusses the physics associated with the movement of objects along inclined planes.

"Spooky" physics: Leo Kouwenhoven @ TEDxDelft - YouTube

TEDxWarwick - Sir Roger Penrose - Space-Time Geometry and a New Cosmology

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Take a look at this nuLOOM Blue Up in the Air Rug by Cool Spaces: Kids' Furniture on today!

How Fast? and How Far? Free fall motion is predictable enough that how far an object falls and how fast it is moving can be easily predicted. The Physics Classroom explains how.

Free fall motion is predictable enough that how far an object falls and how fast it is moving can be easily predicted. The Physics Classroom explains how.

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