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6. Class 11th Physics | Constrained Motion | Simple Pulley Constrained Motion | by Ashish Arora

Now we’ll study simple pulley block constrained relations. you can simply say in pulley systems. these are developed. By analysing. Loosing and. tightening. of strings . due to . motion of blocks . so just be careful about , a pulley block system like, if we just talk about the simplest system which we can […]

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MAVEN Science Instruments Explained – Why Mars Lost its Atmosphere

On November 18, 2013 NASA’s Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN or MAVEN Space craft was launched toward Mars with the goal of scientific examination of Mars’ atmosphere. It is hoped that science experiments conducted by MAVEN will offer scientists answers to questions about what happened to Mars’ atmosphere and water. Around 3.5 billion years ago […]

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How scientists solved this dinosaur puzzle

How scientists solved this dinosaur puzzle

In 1908 in Montana, paleontologists uncovered this: The remains of a sharp-toothed carnivorous dinosaur. At the time, it was the largest one ever discovered. They called it Tyrannosaurus Rex. Today, it’s mounted here. Well, some of it is. Because they didn’t find a full dinosaur in 1908. They found the skull, most of the tail, […]

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Torque: Crash Course Physics #12

Torque: Crash Course Physics #12

You have a box. A ring. And a marble. And they’re all at the top of a ramp. Because you know how physics loves ramps. Especially hypothetical ramps! So, let’s say this ramp would allow for static friction, but not kinetic friction. Now, you let go of all of these objects at the same time, […]

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Mathematical Introduction to Circulation

Mathematical Introduction to Circulation

Alright, now we’re going to get into the theoretical work associated with the expression of these vertical circulations using mathematics and so we’re going to start out by talking about some chain of air parcels in the atmosphere over here that we’re going to be calling a closed material curve here C. This is again […]

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Electric Fields: Crash Course Physics #26

Electric Fields: Crash Course Physics #26

Last time, we talked about how charged particles exert electrostatic forces on one another. We calculated these forces using the charge of each particle: which can be either positive or negative, and the distance between them, and we did it with the help of Coulomb’s Law: the equation that tells us the force generated by […]

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Science Queers Academy – La graduación – S01E06

Science Queers Academy – La graduación – S01E06

[previously] During the makeover, you have to interview them. Ok, mitophagy and autophagy. I was studying a rare children disease. I have flunked science, but you have flunked gay. I’m preparing the eyelashes. Uh, fake lashes? Yes. [she laughs] It’s a faggots world. We confirm it. She is Cinta Lynn Perversión. We’re introducing Chantal Zheimer. […]

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Welcome to Scientist.com

I am fond of saying we’re an overnight success 10 years in the making. We’ve truly become a global company, we have our offices in San Francisco, in San Diego, we have offices up and down the East Coast in Boston, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, we’ve expanded to England Spain, France, Germany, Belgium and […]

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Insulin should be cheap. Here’s why it’s not.

– I have type one diabetes. My body doesn’t process glucose properly, which it needs to power muscle tissue and other pretty critical things, like my brain. What I don’t have is insulin. A hormone secreted by the pancreas that helps cells take up glucose in the blood. That means for the past 15 years, […]

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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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