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D. Brown, AAPT 2007 Summer Meeting (2007).
In Spring 2007, introductory mechanics students at Cabrillo College used Tracker to compare 2D particle models with videos of real-world motion. After doing a traditional motion…
  
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This article from Caltech describes how maple seeds spin as they fall to the ground. It also goes into the applications behind the research and includes a link to a video of the air…
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This website contains an online book about the physics of airplanes and flight. Its main topics cover perceptions of pilots, procedures for piloting, and the science principles…
  
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The California Science Center's archive of DIY science projects. You can make a polymer out of Borax and white glue, examine the colors in marker ink, or play with ping pong balls…
  
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M. Wittmann and B. Ambrose
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This set of tutorial materials covers the topic of velocity dependent forces. Students examine qualitatively and quantitatively the motion of objects being acted upon by a velocity…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This site, from The American Physical Society's Physical Review Focus, details an experiment to investigate how liquids mix in turbulent flows, using thickness variations in soap…
  
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Publisher: Science Museum of Toyko
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Enjoy this charming animation, with music, about a young wizard who really wants to fly. Along the way, learn about the physics of flight.
  
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Publisher: Science Museum of Minnesota
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Learn how to make art with wind and physics. Visit an outdoor gallery of wind-powered whirligigs, meet the artist, and browse links to all kinds of nice at-home activities on wind…
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Learn all about water fountains. Find out how they work and how you can build your own. Contribute to the site by sending in a photo of your own favorite.
  
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This site describes the effect of a regular pattern of round protuberances on the flippers of humpback whales on how water flows past these flippers. The site includes a photograph…
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