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Want to know how many physicists it takes to change a light bulb? See this site for physics humor.
  
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This nine-minute YouTube video shows how to make an origami paper crane. Each step is explained clearly, the view is close-up, and the lighting shows the folding very well. The…
  
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Entertain and amaze your friends with these physics songs, many written for familiar melodies. The site, from the Haveford College physics department, provides the lyrics and even…
  
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Physics World; Publisher: Institute of Physics
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Physics World is a journal of physics related news and resources. Online information includes news, jobs, and events in physics. Links to educational resources are provided.
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Check out Physlink for physics, astronomy and science news. If you have a question, you can "Ask the experts"--just click on the Education tab. For jokes and cartoons, try the Fun tab.
  
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The PhET Project
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These simulations from the University of Colorado will enable anyone to learn physics by messing around on your computer screen. For instance, in electric circuits, you will hook up…
  
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At this site you learn mechanics through many simulations on the topic of force and motion. You can see, for instance, how velocity and acceleration change as a car moves along a…
  
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Publisher: University of Toronto
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See this site, from the University of Toronto, for an overview of chaos theory and concisely explains the characteristics of chaotic systems. The bifurcation of a rabbit population,…
  
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Try these online activities. The Games section contains HomeLab, with directions for kitchen experiments; E-Lab, with demonstrations of color, light, and perception; and Chain…
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Try this site from the California Energy Commission to learn about energy use in your daily life. It includes sections on transportation, energy news, how things work, and the Energy…
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