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Speed of Light Derivation

The speed of light may seem like an arbitrary constant of nature but, in some sense, it is actually set by other properties of the world. 326 more words


Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! -Richard P. Feynman

Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!

(Would not read again)

What I got from this book is that Feynman was a bit of a narcissist and definitely a dick. 1,995 more words



Hello everyone,

One of my favorite subjects to teach is Science: children love designing and conducting experiments. Recently, my class has been learning about levers, gears and pulleys. 212 more words

The flatness problem

I am doing a reasonable amount of reading in inflationary cosmology at the moment, thanks to a talk I went to with a German Dr of Cosmology last week – so thought that I would write something in this area. 999 more words


Don't blame Biology for ageing, instead blame Physics

Ageing has always been referred as a biology problem. However, researchers found that some of the physics phenomena contribute to ageing. In our body, protein molecules move around to metabolise food,  deal with waste material and repair DNA. 163 more words


How to curve a ball backwards using science ft. FYFD  Curving...

How to curve a ball backwards using science ft. FYFD 

Curving and bending the ball using the magnus effect is common in every sport. The effect can be reversed.

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Are You Sure We Have Time for a Beer?

When I arrived at the bar, you had already ordered.

“You’re late.”

“I know. I’m sorry. I had to drop some bills at the post office.” 805 more words