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Design a roller coaster--change the heights of the hills and loop-the-loop, and see what happens. If you get the coaster going too fast . . . well, you'll see, and you'll learn about…
  
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This website describes the physics, science, and math day activities at California's Great America Theme Park in San Francisco. Worksheets and curricular resources related to the…
  
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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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High Resolution Fly's Eye: Physics at the University of Utah
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This website provides a tutorial on the evolution of stars. It begins with proto-stars, then provides information about main-sequence stars, hydrostatic equilibrium, helium burning,…
  
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This webpage is an informal record of observations of the motion of a Foucault pendulum at the South Pole. Several photographs show the pendulum itself and steps in its construction,…
  
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This NASA page is an image set illustrating the 20g centrifuge at the Ames Research Center. The photographs include two of human subjects strapped in the place at one end of the…
  
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This scientific American webpage by the physicist David Politzer explains examples of fictitious force, including the Coriolis force and also the motion of tea leaves when tea is…
  
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This Wikipedia page provides an overview of tension structures and describes the important architects and engineers who use this form of construction. The page includes the history…
  
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This short article from the online APS journal Physics summarizes the results of a study of a splash produced by an object pulled through the surface of water. The article includes a…
  
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This article reports on a University of Chicago investigation that shows how the splash of a drop depends on the pressure and chemical nature of the gas that the drop falls through.…
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