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Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Ladies and gentleman, it’s my privilege to introduce the Messenger lecturer, Professor Richard P. Feynman of the California Institute of Technology. Professor Feynman is a distinguished theoretical physicist, and he’s done much to bring order out of the confusion which has marked much of the spectacular development in physics during the postwar period. Among his […]

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The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

If you flip through the pages of just about any physics textbook, you will probably find a picture of a roller coaster loop illustrating the concept of centripetal acceleration. Textbook problems often portray loops that are perfectly circular in order to simplify calculations, but in reality, roller coaster loops are not circular at all. The […]

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AP Physics 1: Linear Momentum and Impulse Review

AP Physics 1: Linear Momentum and Impulse Review

mr.p: Good morning. Today we are going to review linear momentum, impulse, and collisions. Topics that are covered on the AP Physics 1 Exam. Bo: Hey guys. Billy: Hey Bo. Bobby: Hi Bo. ♫ flipping physics ♫ mr.p: Momentum is the product of mass and velocity, and it has dimensions of kilograms times meters per […]

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Dan Cobley: What physics taught me about marketing

Dan Cobley: What physics taught me about marketing

So I work in marketing, which I love, but my first passion was physics, a passion brought to me by a wonderful school teacher, when I had a little less gray hair. So he taught me that physics is cool because it teaches us so much about the world around us. And I’m going to […]

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(1 of 2) Mechanics – Review of all Topics – AP Physics C

Bo: Hey, guys. Billy: Hey, Bo! ♫ (lyrics) Flipping Physics ♫ Mr. P: Ladies and gentlepeople, the bell has rung, therefore class has begun. Therefore you should be seated in your seat, ready and excited to start class. You should be aware that today we’re going to be reviewing everything we’ve ever learned in mechanics […]

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What is Physics?

What makes physics so cool? To me, physics is awesome and interesting because it asks the one question no other [physical] science does: “how?” Physics looks at how things happen-the reason things happen-and explains it. No other [physical] science does this. Chemistry deals with the result of things happening while biology deals with why things […]

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AP Physics 1: Dynamics Review (Newton’s 3 Laws and Friction)

AP Physics 1: Dynamics Review (Newton’s 3 Laws and Friction)

mr.p: Good morning, today we’re going to review the dynamics topics covered on the AP Physics I exam. Dynamics is the study of the motion of objects and the forces causing those motions. Bo: Hey guys Billy: Hey Bo. Bobby: Hi Bo. ♫ flipping physics ♫ mr.p: Bo, what is the difference between inertial and […]

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TINY SOLVES MATHEMATICS FORMULA – Funny Moment Stop Motion Animation Cartoons

TINY SOLVES MATHEMATICS FORMULA – Funny Moment Stop Motion Animation Cartoons

Hello everyone. Welcome back to another episode on Clay Mixer: MATHEMATICS FORMULA If you love this video. Please hit “Subscribe” and “Like” buttons below to see better episodes on Clay Mixer. And don’t forget the ♪BELL♪

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Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity | Lecture 1

Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity | Lecture 1

[music playing] This program is brought to you by Stanford University. Please visit us at Stanford.edu. Leonard Susskind: Gravity. Gravity is a rather special force. It’s unusual. It has difference in electrical forces, magnetic forces, and it’s connected in some way with geometric properties of space, space and time. But– and that connection is, of […]

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Mathematics – Biology’s New Microscope